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Backend Development Using Java

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Introduction

IT Shaala finds the vital skills needed for the most in-demand jobs and creates courses and degrees to teach such skills to our students. That’s why we created this one-year bachelor’s degree program in web development that you can do fully online with the assistance of a dedicated mentor. 

Because there are so many programming languages accessible, programmers are frequently perplexed when deciding on one for a software development project. Frameworks, resources, language support across platforms, security, and performance difficulties are among aspects that developers consider when selecting a language. Java is an object-oriented programming language that fits all of the criteria stated above. Java is a simple language that handles code queries faster than C and C++.

What will I do as a Java programmer?

A Java developer is a back-end developer who specializes in building applications with the Java programming language. Because Java is an integral component of many types of applications, Java developers are in great demand across a wide range of industries.

A Java developer may be in charge of the following tasks:

creating and upgrading software applications
Creating technical architecture, putting software tests in place, and troubleshooting code
creating a database design schema and generating technical and functional documentation
assessing customer requirements
choosing and pushing for appropriate technical solutions
keeping up with technological changes

 

Java’s platform neutrality makes it one of the most popular programming languages among developers. The software may be executed on any machine that has a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. A JRE is compatible with the majority of operating systems, including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux.

Course Name

Backend Development Using Java

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Kishor Pol
Software Engineer @ Infosys
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Vaibhav Kadam
Fullstack Developer @ MD India
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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. 😊
Swapnil mane
Java Developer
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Java Developer
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Mangesh Kulkarni
Java Developer
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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 Integration

  • Introduction to Spring Integration and messaging
  • Implementing message-driven applications with Spring Integration

Module 14: Spring Testing

  • Unit testing Spring components using JUnit and Mockito
  • Integration testing with Spring TestContext Framework

Module 15: Spring Best Practices and Patterns

  • Design patterns commonly used in Spring applications
  • Best practices for writing clean and maintainable Spring code
  • Basics of Web
  • HTML Basics

Course Projects

  • Capstone Project

Mr. Sandeep

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.

Where Can You Find Java?

Java’s versatility enables developers to design code that can execute on any system, regardless of structure or platform. More than a billion computers and 3 billion mobile devices worldwide utilize the Java platform. Java is used in the following applications:

Web-based Programs

It is used to construct web applications since Servlet, JSP, and Struts provide considerable support. Because of this, Java is also known as a server-side programming language. Using these technologies, we may create a wide range of applications. Spring, Hibernate, and Spring Boot are some of the frameworks used for constructing online applications.

Game Creation

Java is extensively utilized by game development businesses due to its support for the most powerful open-source 3D engine. When it comes to creating 3D games, the engine has unrivaled capabilities. Minecraft, Mission Impossible III, and other popular Java games are listed here. Frameworks and libraries such as LibGDX and OpenGL are frequently used by game developers.

Applications for desktop computers

Java is used to develop a desktop application’s graphical user interface. Using Java Frameworks, it is simple to create GUI apps. Swing, AWT, JavaFX, Griffon, and many more are examples. If you want to develop a desktop application, Java is an excellent solution.

IoT Application

The Internet of Things is a network-based technology for connecting and talking with things. IoT may be found in practically any tiny item, including health equipment, cellphones, wearables, smart lights, TVs, and so on. While several programming languages are available for designing IoT applications, Java provides developers with an unrivaled edge. Java is a choice among IoT programmers due to its flexibility, security, and versatility.

Cloud-Based Applications

A cloud application is a service that allows users to access IT resources on demand over the internet. A cloud-based application provides service at a low cost. Java offers the framework for creating cloud-based applications. We may create SaaS (Software as a Service), LaaS (Logging as a Service), and PaaS (Platform as a Service) using Java. Cloud apps are extensively used to transfer data across businesses or to remotely create programs.

Popular Java Back-End Development Libraries

Back-end frameworks make it easier to assemble and create Java programs, particularly for server-side development. Frameworks are important in determining application structure. Some of the most popular Java frameworks for back-end development are listed below.

 

Java Backend Frameworks –

1. Spring

The Spring Framework is a powerful and adaptable backend framework. It is made up of many modules that give programmers with a variety of application capabilities. This framework employs the ideas of Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control to setup application components in loose couplings, allowing the application to respond with greater flexibility.

Spring also includes a data access framework that alleviates many of the issues associated with working with application databases, such as:

Management of resources and unwrapping
Handling of exceptions
Participation in transactions
Unfortunately, because Spring is such a powerful framework with so many possibilities, there is a high learning curve. The framework’s complexity and abundance of choices can be perplexing, especially for young engineers.

2. Struts

Apache Struts’ purpose is to simplify web development by minimizing XML setup and giving conventions instead of settings. Strut employs the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern to create simple, easy-to-implement designs.
The three components of this design each play an important part in ensuring that applications execute smoothly:

The application relies on model components to exist in a remote database.
Views are used to manage user interactions.
Controllers are used to implement rules based on user input.
Because there is no business-specific processing inside the presentation or view of the webpage when using this paradigm, this Java backend framework is easy for novices to use.

3. Hibernate

Hibernate is another prominent Java backend framework that provides an abstraction layer for dealing with your database, from creating connections to implementing CRUD tasks. It should be noted that Hibernate is not intended to solve many of the problems associated with Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) and is not a totally independent framework. However, JDBC is more easier to use due to its capability for object-level relationships and abstraction layer.

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