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Introduction to Full-stack Java Course

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A full-stack Java course is an in-depth educational program that covers both front-end and back-end web application development. Full-stack engineers have the ability to work on both the client-side (front-end) and server-side (back-end) components of a web application. IT Shaala is a leading IT training Institute in Pune provides Java J2EE training, Hibernate, Spring, MySQL, HTML, Servlet, JSP. We are known as Best Full Stack Java Course in Pune.
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Course Name

Full Stack Java Development

Course Features

Student Speaks

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What you can get "on guarantee" is "knowledge". All the lectures are explained in simple language and relatable examples. I come from non coding background but the basics in class started is from how a computer works and it became easy to understand what actually is happening when the code is running. I am learning java and it was made easy to understand in lectures. Happy to be part of IT Shaala family. 😊
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Java Developer
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Java Developer
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Java Developer
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What you’ll learn

  1. Introduction to Java

  2. Features of Java

  3. Java development setup

  4. Understanding Hello World program in detail

  5. Identifier

  6. Variable

  7. Datatypes

  8. Operators

  9. Accept input from User

  10. Control Statements

  11. JVM architecture

  12. Class and Object

  13. Class Components

    1. Instance variables, static variables, local variables

    2. Instance methods, static method

    3. Constructor

    4. Instance Block, Static block

    5. Static, non-static nested and local Inner classes

  14. Oops Concept

    1. Access Specifiers

    2. Encapsulation

    3. Inheritance

    4. Polymorphism [Method overloading & overriding]

    5. Abstraction [abstract class and interface]

  15. Java 8 Features

    1. functional interface

    2. default methods

    3. static methods

    4. lambda expression

    5. optional class

    6. method reference

    7. Stream API

  16. Object class and java.lang package

  17. Array

  18. String Handling

  19. Multithreading

  20. Collection Framework

  21. File Handling

  22. Exception handling

  23. Enum

  24. Reflection API basics

  1. Java Database Connectivity [JDBC]

  2. Servlets

  3. JSP

  4. MVC Design pattern

  1. Maven

  2. GIT

  3. Mockito and JUnit

  4. Lombook

  5. IntelliJ Idea

  6. Mapstruct library

  7. SQL

Module 1: Introduction to Hibernate

  • Understanding Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) and its benefits
  • Overview of Hibernate framework and its features
  • Setting up the Hibernate development environment

Module 2: Hibernate Configuration

  • Hibernate configuration file (hibernate.cfg.xml)
  • Database connection properties and configuration settings
  • Mapping classes to database tables

Module 3: Entity Mapping

  • Annotations-based entity mapping
  • XML-based entity mapping
  • Primary key generation strategies

Module 4: Working with Persistent Objects

  • Inserting, updating, and deleting objects using Hibernate
  • Understanding the Hibernate Session and Transaction management

Module 5: Hibernate Query Language (HQL)

  • Basics of HQL and its syntax
  • Retrieving data using HQL queries
  • Using aggregate functions in HQL

Module 6: Criteria API

  • Introduction to the Criteria API
  • Creating Criteria queries for database interaction

Module 7: Native SQL Queries

  • Executing Native SQL queries with Hibernate
  • Mapping native SQL query results to entities

Module 8: Hibernate Caching

  • Understanding first-level and second-level caching in Hibernate
  • Configuring caching strategies for improved performance

Module 9: Hibernate Associations

  • One-to-One, One-to-Many, and Many-to-Many associations
  • Cascading operations on associated entities

Module 10: Hibernate Inheritance Mapping

  • Table per class hierarchy
  • Table per subclass
  • Table per concrete class

Module 11: Transactions and Concurrency Control

  • ACID properties of transactions
  • Managing concurrent access and transactions in Hibernate

Module 12: Advanced Topics

  • Lazy loading and eager loading of entities
  • Batch processing in Hibernate
  • Interceptors and event listeners in Hibernate

Module 13: Integrating Hibernate with Spring

  • Configuring Hibernate with Spring
  • Implementing DAO (Data Access Object) pattern using Hibernate and Spring

Module 14: Hibernate and Java Persistence API (JPA)

  • Introduction to JPA and its relationship with Hibernate
  • Using Hibernate as a JPA provider

Module 1: Introduction to Spring

  • Overview of the Spring framework and its features
  • Dependency Injection (DI) and Inversion of Control (IoC) concepts
  • Setting up the Spring development environment

Module 2: Spring Core

  • Understanding the core container: ApplicationContext and BeanFactory
  • Configuring beans using XML and annotation-based configurations
  • Bean scopes and lifecycle management

Module 3: Dependency Injection (DI)

  • Constructor injection
  • Setter injection
  • Autowiring and its types

Module 4: Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) with Spring

  • Introduction to AOP and its advantages
  • Creating aspects and advice in Spring
  • Pointcut expressions and joinpoints

Module 5: Spring JDBC

  • Integrating JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) with Spring
  • Performing database operations using Spring JDBC templates

Module 6: Spring ORM

  • Integrating Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) with Spring
  • Working with Hibernate or JPA (Java Persistence API)

Module 7: Spring MVC (Model-View-Controller)

  • Introduction to Spring MVC architecture
  • Handling HTTP requests and responses with Spring MVC
  • Implementing Controllers, Views, and Data Binding

Module 8: Form Handling and Validation

  • Processing HTML forms with Spring MVC
  • Implementing form validation using Spring Validator

Module 9: Spring Security

  • Introduction to Spring Security and its features
  • Configuring authentication and authorization in Spring applications

Module 10: Spring RESTful Web Services

  • Creating RESTful web services using Spring MVC
  • Consuming RESTful services with Spring RestTemplate

Module 11: Spring Boot

  • Overview of Spring Boot and its advantages
  • Creating standalone Spring Boot applications
  • Auto-configuration and starters in Spring Boot

Module 12: Spring Data

  • Introduction to Spring Data and its repositories
  • Working with JPA, MongoDB, or other data sources with Spring Data

Module 13: Spring Best Practices and Patterns

  • Design patterns commonly used in Spring applications
  • Best practices for writing clean and maintainable Spring code
  1. Web Programming Introduction

    1. The architecture of a website

    2. Different technologies in making the website

    3. Web Development Introduction

  2. Introduction

    1. History of HTML

    2. Syntax of HTML

  3. Headers

    1. Different types of tags used inside HTML headers

  4. Different Types of Tags

    1. Basic Tags

    2. Formatting Tags

    3. Grouping Tags

    4. List Tags

    5. Table Tags

    6. Form Tags

    7. Other HTML Tags

  5. Semantic HTML Elements

    1. Different semantic HTML elements and it’s use case

    1. Introduction

      1. Introduction of CSS

      2. Benefits, History of CSS

    2. Syntax

      1. Syntax

      2. Different ways to add CSS

    3. Selectors and Specificity

      1. Types of selectors

      2. CSS specificity

    4. Types of CSS properties

      1. Background

      2. Border

      3. Padding

      4. Text Fonts

      5. List

      6. Display and Positioning

      7. Other types of CSS Property

    5. Box Model

      1. Introduction to Box Model

      1. Introduction

        1. What is Bootstrap Framework

        2. Why Bootstrap

        3. Advantages of Bootstrap Framework

        4. What is Responsive web page

        5. How to remove Responsiveness

        6. Features of Bootstrap

        7. Mobile-First Strategy

        8. Environment Set up

        9. Implementing Bootstrap in Applications

      2. Bootstrap Grid

        1. Bootstrap Grid and implementation of Bootstrap Grid

        2. What is Container & Offset Column

        3. Reordering Columns

        4. Advantages of Bootstrap Grid

        5. Display responsive Images & change class properties

        6. Customize Bootstrap’s components & jQuery plug-in

        7. Bootstrap Typography & its use

        8. Bootstrap Tables, Form Layout & Bootstrap Button

        9. Muted and Warning Text Messages

        10. Carets Classes / Hide or show the text in Bootstrap

        11. Bootstrap Components / Plugins

Module 1: Introduction to JavaScript

  • What is JavaScript?
  • Setting up the development environment (text editor, browser console)
  • JavaScript in HTML (inline scripts, external scripts)
  • Basic syntax and structure of JavaScript code

Module 2: Variables and Data Types

  • Declaring variables (var, let, const)
  • Data types (numbers, strings, booleans, arrays, objects)
  • Working with strings and string methods
  • Type coercion and type conversion

Module 3: Operators and Expressions

  • Arithmetic operators (+, -, *, /, %)
  • Assignment operators (=, +=, -=, *=, /=)
  • Comparison operators (>, <, >=, <=, ===, !==)
  • Logical operators (&&, ||, !)

Module 4: Control Flow and Conditional Statements

  • If statements
  • Else and else if statements
  • Switch statements
  • Ternary operator

Module 5: Loops

  • While loop
  • For loop
  • For…in loop (for iterating over object properties)
  • For…of loop (for iterating over arrays)

Module 6: Functions

  • Declaring functions
  • Function parameters and arguments
  • Return statement
  • Scope (global scope, local scope)
  • Anonymous functions and arrow functions

Module 7: Arrays

  • Creating and accessing arrays
  • Array methods (push, pop, shift, unshift, splice, slice)
  • Iterating through arrays (for loop, forEach, map)

Module 8: Objects

  • Creating objects
  • Object properties and methods
  • Accessing and modifying object properties
  • Object constructors and prototypes

Module 9: Events and DOM Manipulation

  • Introduction to the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Handling events (click, submit, keypress, etc.)
  • Modifying HTML elements with JavaScript
  • Creating dynamic web pages using JavaScript and DOM

Module 10: Introduction to Asynchronous JavaScript

  • setTimeout and setInterval functions
  • Asynchronous callbacks
  • Introduction to Promises

Introduction to React

  • What is React?
  • Why React?
  • React version history
  • React 16 vs React 15
  • Just React – Hello World
  • Using create-react-app
  • Anatomy of react project
  • Running the app
  • Debugging first react app

Templating using JSX

  • Working with React. createElement
  • Expressions
  • Using logical operators
  • Specifying attributes
  • Specifying children
  • Fragments

About Components

  • Significance of component architecture
  • Types of components
  • Functional
  • Class based
  • Pure
  • Component Composition

Working with state and props

  • What is state and its significance
  • Read state and set state
  • Passing data to component using props
  • Supplying default values to props using defaultProps


  • What are hooks
  • Why do you need hooks
  • Different types of hooks

Routing with react router

  • Setting up react router
  • Different components of react router

Rendering lists

  • Using react key prop
  • Using map function to iterate on arrays to generate elements

Event handling in React

  • Understanding React event system
  • Understanding Synthetic event
  • Passing arguments to event handlers

Understanding component lifecycle and handling errors

  • Understand the lifecycle methods
  • Handle errors using error boundaries


  • Introduction to Context and its use case


  • Introduction to Code Splitting


  • What is redux and to use it redux
  • Install and setup redux


  • What is Immutable.js?
  • Immutable collections
  • Lists
  • Maps
  • Sets

React Redux

  • What is React Redux and why to use it
  • React Redux Implementation

Redux middleware

  • Why redux middleware
  • Different types of middleware and their implementation


  • What is webpack
  • Working with webpack configuration file


  • What is webpack
  • ReactJS using Babel

Course Projects

  • Capstone Project
  • Capstone Project 2

Mr. Sandeep (8+ years Experienced Professional )

With a burning passion for coding and 8+ years of experience as a skilled Fullstack Java developer, I am thrilled to be your Fullstack Java Trainer. Throughout my journey in software development, I have honed my expertise in Fullstack Java programming and now, as a dedicated instructor, I am eager to share my knowledge with aspiring developers like you.

About Full Stack Java:

Web development with Java may be both high-quality and efficient. Full stack Java courses in Pune include both front-end and back-end programming, such as server and client-side programs. JSP, Servlet, and JEE are examples of Java logic used in front-end and back-end development.  Here are a few ideas to help you prepare for a job as a Java Web developer, whose main role is to construct web applications using Java technology. Get your dream job in IT Industry Enroll to our Full Stack Java Course in Pune and get 100% placement guarantee.

What exactly does a full-stack Java developer do?

A web programmer who works with Java, a major computer programming language, is known as a full-stack Java developer. These experts develop code in all three layers of a web-based application: front-end, back-end, and database. Front-end development is the process of producing elements that display to users when they interact with an application. The data that underlies an application’s apparent features is referred to as back-end development. The database layer stores data and helps the program get data from the other two levels. The entire Full Stack Java Course in Pune is 500 hours of training. It will take only 4-6 months, based on the time you dedicate to the learning.

What Skills Do You Need to Become a Full-Stack Java Developer?

The following are the stages to becoming a Full-Stack Java education in Pune developer:
Learn the foundations of Java.
Java is a difficult programming language that sometimes takes ambitious professionals several years to master. Enrolling in a Java course will teach you the language’s foundations.

Enroll in a Full Stack Java program.
Consider enrolling in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program in a related field to hone your coding abilities.
Java, front-end design, and back-end development courses are common in computer science and web design degrees. Best Full Stack Java Course in Pune at IT Shaala, Pune. Earning a suitable degree can also help you convince companies that you understand both fundamental and sophisticated coding techniques.

What can developers attending a full-stack Java training in Pune expect?
A Full stack Java developer, as previously said, should have knowledge with both front-end and back-end programming.
In this section, I’ll walk you through a few essential stages and related courses that will help you become a full-stack Java developer.
To become a Java Full stack developer, you must be familiar with both the frontend and backend development methods for application development.
The developer should be proficient with HTML5, CSS 4, and JavaScript in order to construct the application’s frontend. Attend free demo session for Full Stack Java Course in Pune. The developer will have an edge if he or she knows the notion of a front-end framework.

Java Full Stack Developer Course

Full Stack Developers’ Favourite Java Frameworks

Because Java is one of the oldest and most extensively used programming languages, it is appropriate for all-scale businesses ranging from small to medium to big, which is why companies like Spotify, Netflix, Amazon, and many more continue to rely on this “old school” Java Programming Language. Its robust, adaptable, and highly scalable design allows programmers to experiment with its possibilities while also preventing developers from beginning from scratch.


Without a doubt, one of the greatest frameworks for dealing with Java is Spring. The reason for this will not be a mystery to many of us. Because it is incredibly lightweight and powerful, supporting Hibernate, Struts, JSF, and other frameworks, Spring is often known as the framework of frameworks. Spring v1.0 was first released in 2004 by Rod Johnson, who also published his book Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development in 2002. In addition, it offers Dependency Injection (DI), Plain Old Java Object (POJO), and Aspect-oriented Programming (AOP). Additionally, spring provides the framework for spring boot, spring cloud, and spring Graph-QL. This explains why full-stack developers find it so appealing and in great demand.


When we think about web development, the first thing that comes to mind is React. This is due to the fact that it offers a variety of extensions for structural or architectural support of the application on which you are working. Among the finest are React Native, Flux, and others. The primary goal of utilizing react is its simplicity; yes, you can get started with it with only a basic grasp of JavaScript and HTML. The wonderful thing about React is that it can be used to construct both mobile and online apps; however, React Native is solely used to make outstanding mobile applications, and according to statistics, React Native accounts for around 15% of all applications created.


HTML tutorial, also known as HTML 5 instructional, teaches basic and advanced HTML subjects. Our HTML training is suitable for both beginners and advanced users. Every topic in our course is taught step by step so that you can rapidly grasp it. You may learn HTML from the ground up if you are new to it, and after studying HTML with CSS and JavaScript, you will be able to construct your own interactive and dynamic website. However, we will only discuss HTML in this session.


CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is a style sheet language used to define the appearance and formatting of a markup language document. It extends HTML’s capability. It is frequently used in combination with HTML to modify the look of web pages and user interfaces. It may also be used with any XML document, including plain XML, SVG, or XUL.
CSS, along with HTML and JavaScript, is used in most websites to build user interfaces for online applications and many mobile applications.


Bootstrap enables responsive web design. It allows a web page or app to recognize the visitor’s screen size and orientation and automatically adjust the display. The mobile-first strategy implies that employees’ primary tools for getting work done are smartphones, tablets, and task-specific mobile apps. Bootstrap covers the design needs of various technologies by including UI components, layouts, JavaScript tools, and an implementation framework. Precompiled or source code versions of the program are available.

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