Java 3rd Party APIs Training at Felight in Bangalore
This course is designed to bring you to industry expectations. After finishing advanced Java Training you will be able to work like a professional in any company. Moreover it will help you to crack any Java Interview. In this training you will get exposure to many APIs which are widely used in industry.
I will cover the concepts that a Java Developer should know.
Important Note: Please go through the syllabus properly as what we call advanced Java has got different meaning as per competitors. Our beloved competitors call J2EE and Frameworks as Advanced Java where as at Felight we tailored a new syllabus which covers the tools and apis that any Java Developers use in their everyday life.
|Chapter 0: Before your start|
|Courses to complete before you can take up Advanced Java Training||00:00:00|
|Creating a jar file to deliver our group of bytecode to other developers & Reusing the jar file in our program through command line (CLASSPATH)||00:00:00|
|Before you start the next chapter :-)||00:00:00|
|Chapter 1 : Sending Email from a Java Program|
|Choosing right API||00:00:00|
|Simple Java program to send email||00:00:00|
|Bringing it to API Standards||00:00:00|
|Making it production ready or deployment ready||00:00:00|
|Chapter 2 : Working with more 3rd party APIs|
|Reading Microsoft Word & Excel from Java Program||00:00:00|
|Java Program to play an Audio||00:00:00|
|Http Request & Http Response||00:00:00|
|SAX & DOM XML Parsing example ( Parsing xml from a Web Service )||00:00:00|
|Simple example to read the contents of Google Spreadsheets using Google Spreadsheet API||00:00:00|
|Introduction to Log4j||00:00:00|
|Introduction to JUnit||00:00:00|
|Converting a Color Image to Grayscale||00:00:00|
|Text To Speech Example with UI||00:00:00|
|Chapter 3 : Tools that a Java Developer should know|
|GIT / Github||00:00:00|
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