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Oracle 10g : Java Programming

This course teaches the concepts and essential elements of the Java language. While learning Java, you will build applications using standard Java technologies. The development environment used for this course is Oracle JDeveloper 10g. In addition to coding in Java, you will learn how to use the graphical development capabilities of JDeveloper to aid application development.

 
 

Course schedule

Duration : 30 hours.
To view the schedule for this classes, click here.

Who Shoud Attend

J2EE Developer
Java Developer

Prerequisites

Required Prerequisites:
Experience using a structured 3GL, such as C or Pascal

Suggested Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of Object Oriented principles

Course Outline

  • Introducing the Java and Oracle Platforms
    What is Java?
    Benefits of the Java Programming and Runtime environment
    Object Oriented approach
    Architecture Neutral deployment
    Java and Internet computing
    The Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
    Oracle10g, OracleAS10g and Java
  • Defining Object Oriented Principles
    Overview of classes, objects and methods
    Communication between objects
    Describe Abstraction, Inheritance, Encapsulation, Aggregation and Polymorphism
    Private and public private keywords and encapsulation
    Compare and Contrast Sub-classes and Class members
    Examine the course application class model
  • Basic Java Syntax and Coding Conventions
    Java Keywords
    Java file structure (package, import, class)
    Specifying Methods
    Statements
    Code Blocks
    Java compiler
  • Exploring Primitive Data Types and Operators
    Primitive data types
    Declaring and initializing variables
    Variable naming rules and conventions
    Character literals and Unicode escape sequences
    Boolean & Primitive variables
    Assignment operators
    Compound assignment operators
    String object literals and the Concatenation Operator
  • Controlling Program Flow
    Decisions: if, switch, conditional operator
    Repetition: while, do-while, for
    Break and continue
    Enumerators and iterators
    Labeled break and continue
  • Building Java Using Oracle JDeveloper
    JDeveloper components
    Workspaces and using the Project Wizard
    Creating an Application
    Building and running the application
    Navigating in the Structure pane
    Syntax highlighting and parameter matching
    Modifying environment options
  • Creating Classes and Objects
    Classes
    Defining instance variables and instance methods
    Creating objects using new and the default Constructor
    Primitive variables vs. object references
    Packages
    Encapsulation using public and private access modifiers
    Examples of class methods in the Java Library
  • Class Loading, Object Life Cycle and Inner Classes
    Instance variables and instance methods: a review
    Method overloading
    Initializing instance variables using initializers
    Initializing instance variables using constructors
    Overloaded constructors
    Defining Inner and Anonymous Classes
    The finalize method
  • Using Strings, StringBuffer, Wrapper and formatting Classes
    The Java String class
    String conversion and comparison
    Overview of the wrapper classes
    Conversions to and from primitive types using the wrapper classes
    DataFormat, DecimalFormat, and MessageFormat classes
    Standard OutputStreams and PrintStreams
    Writing and Reading Streams
    Object Serialization
  • Reusing Code with Inheritance and Polymorphism
    Subclassing and inheritance: the concepts
    Inheritance hierarchies
    Constructors and inheritance
    Overriding superclass methods
    Calling superclass methods
    Using the instanceof operator
    Class casting
    Protected variables and methods
  • Using Arrays and Collections
    Construct an array of primitives
    Construct an array of object references
    Process command line arguments
    Handle command line parameters in a Java application
    Using Vectors
    HashTables and Properties
    Reading command line and system, properties
    Manually synchronizing ArrayLists and HashMaps
  • Structuring Code Using Abstract Classes and Interfaces
    Abstract classes: the concepts and the syntax
    Abstract methods
    Defining and implementing interfaces
    Polymorphism with abstract classes
    Using interfaces to avoid multiple inheritance
    Polymorphism with interfaces
  • Throwing and Catching Exceptions
    What is an exception?
    Throwable classes
    Catching exceptions using try and catch
    Ensuring code is executed using a finally block
    Declared exceptions
  • User Interface Design: Planning a Form Layout
    Brief History and comparison of AWT and Swing
    Swing containers
    Container Hierarchy to control component groups and layout
    Adding a JButton and JTextfield components into a container
    Building a GUI framework manually (practice w/o JDeveloper)
    Using JDeveloper to build the GUI framework
    The Swing container toolbar
  • Adding User Interface Components and Event Handling
    Standard Swing components
    Pluggable Look and Feel, and UIManager basics
    The Java event model
    Adding event handlers using Oracle JDeveloper
    Model View Controller principles using a List component
    Using JOptionPane for informational and error messages
  • Accessing the Database with JDBC
    Java in the Database, the OracleJVM
    Steps for using JDBC to execute a SQL statement
    Registering the driver
    Getting a database connection
    Executing a SQL statement
    Handling exceptions
    Managing transactions
  • Deploying Applications Using Java Web Start
    Architecture overview
    Create a Web Start profile
    Integrate business component
    Deploy archive
    Java Network Launching Protocol (JNLP)
    Java Web Start with JClient
    Files added to projects for Web Start

 

   
 

 
 


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