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Course Content For Core Java Online Training


  • UI Developer roles and Responsibilities
  • UX designer roles
  • Technologies around it
  • Power of UI
  • Current market on UI
  • Sample Webpages


  • DOM
  • Structure of HTML Page
  • Mandatory tags in html page (html, head, body)
  • What is CSS
  • Different ways of applying css for elements, and priority chain of css
  • Heading tags(H1…H6), Tags and attributes(Class, Id, style..etc)
  • Inline and block level elements

Basic Html

  • Including external page links in a page using anchor tags and its properties
  • Working with row and column data using table tags
  • Hiding and unhiding elements using display property
  • img tag, p tag, ul and ol tags, li, nobr, hr, bretc
  • Layouts, forms, buttons
  • Input fields (textbox, radiobutton, checkbox, dropdown, textarea etc)

Basic CSS

  • Adding borders, font, pseudo classes,
  • Positioning elements (absolute, relative, fixed and static)
  • Image spriting
  • Boxmodel (margins, padding)
  • Floating elements (float left, right etc.)
  • Including external resources
  • Absolute and Relative paths
  • Including external resources like css, images etc


  • Difference between HTML5 and HTML 4
  • List of Browsers support HTML5
  • Doctype
  • Media tags (audio and video tags)
  • Graphics using Canvas tag
  • Drag and Drop features
  • Working on locations lat and lng using Geolocation
  • Storing userpreferences using Localstorage.


  • Difference between CSS2 and CSS3
  • Adding borders and backgrounds
  • Advanced text effects(shadow)
  • 2D and 3D Transformations
  • Adding Transitions to elements
  • Adding animations to text and elements

Responsive Designs

  • Difference between multiple devices, making a page to work on multiple devices
  • Media queries
  • Introduction to Bootstrap CSS API(2hrs)

Advanced HTML and CSS

  • CSS Animation
  • HTML Canvas
  • SVG


  • Get & Post
  • Validating input values in a form.
  • Form action and type.


  • Introduction
  • Data types and data structures in Js
  • Control structures, if, ifelse, while, for, switch case statements
  • Dynamic creation and maniplation of dom elements using js
  • Adding dynamic event listerners to dom elements
  • Event capturing and event bubbling
  • Validations using key charcodes

JavaScript Supported Datastructures

  • Arrays
  • Predefined methods in arrays
  • Strings and predefined methods
  • Objects
  • JSON

Advanced JavaScript

  • Prototyping in JavaScript
  • Closures in JavaScript
  • Inheritance in JavaScript
  • Adding methods for an object

jQuery Framework

  • Onload and onreadydiffrence
  • jQuery selectors
  • Multiple ways of referingdom elements using jQuery selectors
  • jQuery methods
  • Adding dynamic properties for dom elements
  • Toggleing elements
  • Creating dynamic elements using jQuery

jQuery Traversing Methods

  • Finding elements using jQuery techniques
  • Filtering elements

Events using jQuery

  • Binding events
  • Dynamic binding
  • List of events been supported in jQuery(blur, change, click, dbclick….etc)


  • Advantages with Ajax and its limitations
  • Samples working with Ajax
  • Different data formats used in Ajax (string, xml, Json, etc)
  • XML and JSON difference
  • Crossdomain interactions using JSONP

 jQuery Templating

  • Loading DOM dynamically using jQuery templates
  • loading templates using AJAX

AngularJS Framework

  • Introduction
  • Power of ngjs
  • Controllers and modules in ngs with sample program
  • Data binding with sample program
  • What is filter and adding filters to dom elements with sample code.
  • Loading multiple page content into a single page using ng-routing – Working example.
  • Developer Tools Addons:
  • Firebug, chrome and IE Developer tools.

React JS

  • ReactJS-State
  • ReactJS – Validation
  • ReactJS – Component Life Cycle
  • Basics

Node JS

  • Web Module
  • Restful API
  • Event Loop
  • Basics

Hands On

  • Sample web application using all the able technologies


Course Description

The book is written in such a way that learners without any background in programming are able to follow and understand it entirely. It discusses the concepts of Java in a simple and straightforward language with a clear cut explanation, without beating around the bush.On reading the book, readers are able to write simple programs on their own, as this is the first requirement to become a Java Programmer. The book provides ample solved programs which could be used by the students not only in their examinations but also to remove the fear of programming from their minds.After reading the book, the students gain the confidence to apply for a software development company, face the interview board and come out successful. The book covers sample interview questions which were asked in various interviews. It helps students to prepare for their future careers.

Course Information

  • Duration: 30 hrs
  • Timings: Week days 1-2 Hours per day (or) Weekends: 2-3 Hours per day
  • Method: Online/Classroom Training
  • Study Material: Soft Copy

Course Content

Java Full Stack Course Content




  • CoreJava
  • Socket programming
  • Database( SQL |PL/SQL)
  • JDBC
  • Servlets
  • Filters &Listeners
  • Jsp
  • JSTL
  • Frameworks
  • Hibernate(ORMTools)
  • XML & Web Services(SOAP|RESTFul)
  • JAXB
  • JSONObject
  • SpringFramework

->Spring Core

->Spring DAO

->Spring ORM

->Spring Web MVC

->Spring AOP

->Spring Security

  • SpringBoot
  • Microservices + SpringBoot


UI Syllabus


  1. HTML
  2. CSS
  3. Bootstrap
  4. JavaSCript
  5. TypeScript
  6. Angularjs

Real-Time Tools




3.Github(Version Controlled)



Advanced Tools Introduction:




3.Application Servers(Weblogic|JBoss Server)

4.JMS (Spring JMS & Mailing


Hands-on Project Work


  1. Core Java + Files Based Project
  2. Core Java + jdbc + mysql
  3. Core java + jdbc + servlets + jsp
  4. Core Java + Hibernate + Servlets+ Jsp
  5. Spring Framework + SpringBoot

Key Features

  • Career oriented training.
  • One to One live interaction with a trainer.
  • Demo project end to end explanation.
  • Interview guidence with resume preparation.
  • Support with the trainer through E-mail.

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