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Why should you learn Java Programming

In today’s competitive market, it is important for the IT industry to develop and work on multiple web or server-based applications to enhance their efficiency. Most enterprises tend to invest their resource in Java to build several applications for both desktop and embedded devices, the reason being that Java can act as a programming atmosphere where applications can be developed and deployed. Java has no limits, and there is a huge demand for Java developers not only in IT, but in the service sector industry as well. Many financial institutions like Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Barclays, and Standard Charted, among many others, rely on Java for both back-end and front-end processes. Moreover, the frequent updates and secure nature of Java makes it even more popular. With the most recent update to Java that makes it more user-friendly, it has become a language and a skill that enterprises are actively looking to invest in.

Java Runtime Environment download every year

Over 3 billion mobile applications are developed on Java

Google Trends report that 22.4% IT industry prefer using Java, second only to Python

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Learning Outcomes

  • Use if-else statements and switch-case statements to write Java programs to tackle any decision-making scenario
  • Master Object-oriented programming to create an entire Java project using objects and classes
  • Store and retrieve information using variables
  • Develop cost-effective robust applications using the latest Java trends and technologies
  • Proficient in Debugging and Version Control
  • Build systems entire web development process using various tools
  • Create and use APIs to write backend code

Java Programming @ IIHT

IIHT’s Java Programming course is designed to help learners take their first step towards a career in software or web development using fundamental Java. The online training program will introduce learners to core programming concepts and equip them to write robust codes to solve complex problems. Upon completing the course learners will gain the foundational skills an engineer requires to solve real-world scenarios, from architecting algorithms to testing and debugging programs.

What you learn in Java Programming

  • Platform Independency, JDK and JRE terms
  • Introduction to Java
  • Preparing development environment
  • Syntax rules 
  • Programming with Java
  • Hello World Application 
  • Importing project – Exporting Project 
  • Introduction to primitives and int 
  • long and short types 
  • Casting integer types 
  • Floating Point Numbers – float and double 
  • Operator Precedence 
  • Shortcut Operators 
  • Boolean type and logical operations 

• Printing values to console. print and println methods
• Introduction to primitives
• char and character arithmetic
• Character and character arithmetic
• Control Structures and Loops
• If else blocks
• If else blocks and operator Precedence
• Switch Statement
• For loop
• While Loop
• Breaking the loops
• Nested Loops
• Nested Loops and Dependent Boundaries
• Array
• Introduction to arrays
• Initializing the array without specifying the size
• Why array indexes start at 0 and ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsExcept
• Iterating over array elements
• Sum the even numbers in an array
• Multi-dimensional arrays
• Class and Method
• Object, Class, Instance Definitions
• Creating and referencing instances
• Method Theory
• Method Invocation
• Method Invocation & Invoke on object instances
• Method Overloading
• Limitless arguments – Array and Vararg arguments
• Constructors
• Static context
• Using static variables and methods
• Memory Management in Java
• Introduction to JVM memory management
• JVM Memory Management
• Preserving Method Execution Order
• Stack Space and StackOverflowError
• Modifying object instances inside method
• Modifying primitive arguments inside method
• Object Oriented Basics
• Object Oriented Introducton
• Composition – Composing object instances
• Data Encapsulation and Access Modifiers
• Other object oriented concepts
• String Object and Regular Expressions
• Introduction to string
• Checking string equality (Pooled string)
• String methods
• Regular expressions – Introduction
• Regular expressions – Further Examples
• Email address validation with regex and matcher class
• Check if all the characters are lowercase alphabetic charact
• Extracting useful data from input with regex and matcher.grooup()
• Most Used Built-in Classes
• Integer, Float, Double, Boolean,Character Classes – Boxing & UnBoxing
• Date Class
• Date Formatting with SimpleDateFormat
• Calendar Class
• String – Date – Calendar Conversions
• BigDecimal
• BigDecimal Aritmetic Operations, setScale and toPlainString
• StringBuffer
• StringBuffer – append() and insert() methods.
• Enum
• Using enums
• Inheritance and Abstraction
• Introduction to inheritance
• Extending classes
• Overriding Methods
• Object class and toString() method
• Object class – equals() method
• Object class – hashcode() method
• Abstraction
• Interface
• Abstract class
• Storing objects with different types but same super class in
• Collections
• Introduction to collections
• ArrayList
• ArrayList – Using custom objects
• Iterating with Iterator and ListIterator
• Map – Theory of maps and HashMap
• Map – Using maps
• Iterating over maps – entry, key, values
• Set
• Performance of searching an item in list vs map
• Comparable interface and natural ordering of instances
• Comparator interface – Defining custom equality logic on dem
• Binary search on collections
• Exception Management
• Using try-catch-finally block
• Checked and unchecked exceptions
• Handling checked exceptions
• Using custom exceptions
• Input/Output and File Operations
• File Object
• Listing files and directories
• Creating folders and files
• Accessing and modifying file/folder attributes
• Ordering and filtering files by last modified time and size
• General file reader and writer classes
• Read file with InputStream and FileReader
• Read a text file line by line by BufferedReader
• Write content into a text file
• Java 8 – Functional Programming
• Introduction to Java 8 Update
• Function vs method – What is a pure function?
• Mutability and Immutability
• BigData Problems and Functional Programming
• Functional Programming vs Object Orientation
• Functional Programming Concepts in Java 8
• Functional Programming
• Introduction to Functional Interfaces
• Function Interface
• Chaining functions with andThen and compose
• Function Chaining Rule
• Predicate class
• Consumer and Supplier class
• Lambda expressions
• Replacing Functional Interfaces with Lambda Expressions
• Method and constructor references and “::” operator
• Optional class and chaining functions null-safe
• Stream – Introduction
• Stream – Intermediate and terminal operations
• Stream – Convert a collection to a Stream
• Stream – Create stream with of() method and IntStream.range(
• Stream – max(), min(), average() method
• Stream – Filter
• findAny(), findFirst(), anyMatch(), allMatch()
• Stream – map() function and transforming data
• Stream -count(), distinct(), order() methods
• Reducing Streams, Collector and Collectors
• toList(), toCollection() and summingInt() of Collectors
• groupingBy() function and grouping items
• Transforming groupBy() result into custom object list
• Stream – peek() method and obtaining intermediate result
• flatMap() method

• Install Java 9 JDK and Run Hello World
• Install Java 9 JDK – Windows PC
• Java 9 – Understanding new Features and Java Acronyms
• Java 9 – Intro to Jshell
• Java 9 – Process API – New Features
• The Java Platform Module System
• The Java Platform Module System – Benefits
• What is a Module?
• How to Create a Module – Presentation
• Create Our First Module with IntelliJ
• Java 9 – HTTP/2 New Feature

• Installing R
• Benefits of Reactive Programming
• Java 9 Features
• Flow API
• Functional Programming
• Introduction
• Back Pressure
• Marble Diagrams
• Operators
• Creating Sources
• Observing Sources
• Concurrency
• Introduction to Akka
• Graphs
• Error Handling
• Introducing Spring and Jersey
• Importing Libraries and the Project Setup
• Communicating with External APIs

• Introduction to Algorithms
• Introduction
• Euclid’s algorithm
• Bubble Sort algorithm
• Why study data structures & algorithms
• Correctness of an algorithm
• Analysis of Algorithms
• Note on this section
• Introduction
• How to calculate the time complexity
• The RAM model of computation
• Time complexity of Bubble sort algorithm
• Pseudo code : Bubble sort algorithm
• The Big O notation
• Using Big O notation : Examples
• Comparison of running times
• Basic Sorting and Search Algorithms
• Selection Sort
• Selection Sort : Pseudocode
• Introduction to Insertion Sort
• Applying Insertion Sort algorithm to cue balls
• Insertion Sort: Pseudocode
• O(n²) sorting algorithms – Comparison
• In place sorting
• Stable Vs Unstable Sorts
• Searching elements in an un ordered array
• Searching elements in an ORDERED array
• Searching elements in an ORDERED array – contd.
• Inserting and Deleting items in an ORDERED array
• Sorting any type of object
• Assignment
• Linked Lists
• What is a Linked List?
• Implementing a Linked List in Java
• Inserting a new Node
• Length of a Linked List
• Deleting the head node
• Searching for an Item
• Using java generics to parameterize the LinkedList
• Doubly Ended Lists
• Inserting data in a sorted Linked List
• Doubly Linked List
• Insertion Sort revisited
• Assignment
• Stacks and Queues
• Stacks
• Abstract Data Types
• Implementing Stacks using Arrays
• Queues
• Queues using Arrays
• Double Ended Queues
• Double Ended Queues using Arrays
• Assignment
• Recursion
• Introduction
• Understanding Recursion
• Tail recursion
• Tower of Hanoi
• Tower of Hanoi – Implementation
• Merge Sort
• Merge Sort – Pseudocode
• Merge Step – Pseudocode
• Time Complexity of Merge Sort
• Assignment
• Binary Search Trees
• The Tree Data structure
• Binary Trees
• Binary Search Trees
• Finding an item in a Binary Search Tree
• Implementing the find method
• Inserting an item in a Binary Search Tree
• Deleting an Item : Case 1
• Deleting an Item – Case 2
• Deleting an Item – Case 3
• Deleting an Item – Soft Delete
• Finding smallest & largest values
• Tree Traversal : In Order
• Tree Traversal : Pre Order
• Tree Traversal : Post Order
• Unbalanced Trees Vs Balanced Trees
• Height of a Binary Tree
• Time Complexity of Operations on Binary Search Trees
• Assignment
• More Sorting Algorithms
• Introduction
• QuickSort
• QuickSort: The partition step
• Shell Sort
• Shell Sort: Example
• Counting Sort
• Radix Sort
• Bucket Sort
• Assignment
• Heaps
• Introduction
• Deleting the root
• Inserting an item in a heap
• Heaps as Priority Queues
• Representing heaps using Arrays
• Heap Sort
• Building a heap
• Assignment
• Hashtables
• Introduction
• Direct Access Tables
• Hashing
• Resolving collisions through chaining
• The Hash function
• Open Addressing to resolve collisions
• Strategies for Open Addressing
• Time Complexity: Open Addressing

• Spring Overview
• What is Spring
• Why use Spring
• Spring Philosophy
• Spring Architecture
• Spring Modules
• Obtaining/Setup Spring
• A First Spring Application
• Dependency Injection
• Spring Containers
• BeanFactory
• ApplicationContext
• Bean Definitions
• Property Injection
• Collection/Array Wiring
• Null Wiring
• Dependency Checking
• Constructor Injection
• Large Configuration Files
• Bean Lifecycle
• Bean Creation
• Bean Destruction
• Awareness Interfaces
• Initializing and DisposableBean Interfaces
• PostProcessors
• Factory PostProcessors
• PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer
• CustomEditorConfigurer
• Events and Event Handling
• Wiring Alternatives
• Autowiring
• Pros and Cons of Autowiring
• Annotation driven wiring
• Aspect Oriented Programming
• Cross Cutting Concerns
• AOP Concepts and Terminology
• Spring’s AOP Support
• AOP Setup
• Aspects
• Advice
• Pointcuts
• Advice Parameters and Ordering
• Advisors
• AOP with AspectJ
• @Aspect
• Pointcuts and Advice
• Advice Parameters and Ordering
• Introductions
• Pros and Cons of XML schema-based vs. @AspectJ annotations
• Load-time Weaving
• Data Access
• The DAO Pattern
• Exception Handling
• Data source configuration
• Templating
• JDBC Templates
• Callbacks
• NamedParameterJdbcTemplate
• SimpleJdbcTemplate
• Transactions
• Transaction Manager
• Declarative Transactions
• Transaction Attributes
• Transaction Annotations
• Programmatic Transactions
• Transaction Template
• Unit and Integration Testing
• Spring and Unit Testing
• Spring TestContext Framework
• TestContext
• Tests
• TestContext Framework Annotations
• Transaction Management
• Unit Test Framework Annotations and API
• ORM Integration
• ORM Data Access
• Hibernate Support
• Hibernate Template
• Java Persistence API
• JPA Support
• JPA Template
• Other Templates

• Spring MVC
• ContextLoaderListener
• WebApplicationContext
• Front Controller
• MVC Pattern
• Spring MVC Basics the DispatcherServlet,
• Configuration using @EnableWebMvc
• Controllers
• @Controller
• @RequestMapping (Handler Methods)
• @RequestMapping
• @RequestParam
• @PathVariable
• Model Data, @ModelAttribute, Model/ModelAndView Classes
• Getting started with Spring Boot
• Spring Boot starters, CLI, Gradle plugin
• Application class
• @SpringBootApplication
• Build as a Runnable jar
• Dependency injection, component scans, Configuration
• Externalize your configuration using application.properties or YAML files
• Context Root and Management ports
• Logging
• Building web applications in Spring Boot
• Spring MVC Controllers
• Using ModelAttributes
• @RequestMapping and @RequestParam
• Using a ModelAndView
• Using images and templates for views
• Using an Embedded database with JdbcTemplate
• Executing Sql scripts
• Using a production database
• JPA Data and JPA Repositories
• Restful Web Services
• REST Overview
• URI Templates
• REST vs SOAP
• REST and Spring MVC
• Spring support for REST
• @RequestMapping/@PathVariable
• @RequestBody
• @ResponseBody
• HTTP Method Conversion
• URI Templates and @PathVariable
• Writing RESTful Controllers / @RestController
• JSON Representations for Resources
• Message Converters
• Generating XML
• JAXB and Jackson Message Converters for XML
• JAXB / @XmlRootElement
• Content Negotiation
• Client Requirements and Spring’s RestTemplate
• Spring Security
• Spring Security Overview
• DelegatingFilterChainProxy
• FilterChainProxy
• Using Spring Web Authentication
• HttpSecurity
• AuthenticationManager
• Authentication
• GrantedAuthorities
• Hashed passwords and tokens
• Spring Security Authorization
• AccessDecisionManager
• AccessDecisionVoters
• @EnableGlobalMethodSecurity
• JSR250
• Spring Security Annotations
• Using a @ControllerAdvice for ExceptionHandling
• Using HTTPS

• OAuth Intro
• OAuth 2.0
• SSO With OAuth
• Enable SSO
• Model and Controller
• Http Service
• Html Template
• Authorization Server
• Resource Server
• Developer Tools
• Overview
• Security Stack for Modern Applications
• Enterprise Security
• The Mobile Revolution
• Mobile Enterprise Apps
• OAuth2 for Authorization
• OpenID Connect for Authentication
• JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
• The Purpose of Security Tokens
• JWT Structure and Format
• Producing and Consuming JWTs
• Introduction to OAuth2
• The Valet Parking Analogy
• OAuth2 Flows

• Introduction
• Microservices and RESTful APIs with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud
• Introduction To Web Services
• What is a Web Service?
• Introduction to SOAP Web Services
• Introduction to RESTful Web Services
• SOAP vs RESTful Web Services
• Restful Web Services with Spring Boot
• Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot
• Creating a Hello World Service
• Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean
• Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet
• Path Variable
• Creating User Bean and User Service
• GET Methods
• POST Method
• HTTP Status Code and Location
• Exception Handling – 404 Resource Not Found
• Generic Exception Handling for all Resources
• DELETE Method
• Validations for RESTful Services
• HATEOAS for RESTful Services
• Internationalization for RESTful Services
• Content Negotiation – Implementing Support for XML
• Configuring Auto Generation of Swagger Documentation
• Introduction to Swagger Documentation Format
• Enhancing Swagger Documentation with Custom Annotations
• Monitoring APIs with Spring Boot Actuator
• Implementing Static Filtering for RESTful Service
• Implementing Dynamic Filtering for RESTful Service
• Versioning RESTful Services
• Implementing Basic Authentication with Spring Security
• Overview of Connecting RESTful Service to JPA
• Creating User Entity and some test data
• Updating GET methods on User Resource to use JPA
• Updating POST and DELETE methods on User Resource to use JPA
• Creating Post Entity and Many to One Relationship with User Entity
• Implementing a GET service to retrieve all Posts of a User
• Implementing a POST service to create a Post for a User
• Richardson Maturity Model
• Microservices with Spring Cloud
• Creating a hard coded limits service
• Enhance limits service to get configuration from application properties
• Setting up Spring Cloud Config Server
• Installing Git
• Creating Local Git Repository
• Connect Spring Cloud Config Server to Local Git Repository
• Configuration for Multiple Environments in Git Repository
• Connect Limits Service to Spring Cloud Config Server
• Configuring Profiles for Limits Service
• Introduction to Currency Conversion and Currency Exchange Microservice
• Setting up Currency Exchange Microservice
• Create a simple hard coded currency exchange service
• Setting up Dynamic Port in the the Response
• Configure JPA and Initialized Data
• Create a JPA Repository
• Setting up Currency Conversion Microservice
• Creating a service for currency conversion
• Invoking Currency Exchange Microservice from Currency Conversion Microservice
• Finchley.M8
• Using Feign REST Client for Service Invocation
• Setting up client side load balancing with Ribbon
• Running client side load balancing with Ribbon
• Understand the need for a Naming Server
• Setting up Eureka Naming Server
• Connecting Currency Conversion Microservice to Eureka
• Connecting Currency Exchange Microservice to Eureka
• Distributing calls using Eureka and Ribbon
• A review of implementing Eureka, Ribbon and Feign
• Introduction to API Gateways
• Setting up Zuul API Gateway
• Implementing Zuul Logging Filter
• Executing a request through Zuul API Gateway
• Setting up Zuul API Gateway between microservice invocations
• Introduction to Distributed Tracing
• Implementing Spring Cloud Sleuth
• Introduction to Distributed Tracing with Zipkin
• Installing Rabbit MQ
• Running Zipkin on Windows
• Setting up Distributed Tracing with Zipkin
• Connecting microservices to Zipkin
• Using Zipkin UI Dashboard to trace requests
• Understanding the need for Spring Cloud Bus
• Implementing Spring Cloud Bus
• Fault Tolerance with Hystrix
• Developing Spring Applications before Spring Boot
• Using Spring Initializr to create a project
• Spring Boot Auto Configuration?
• Spring Boot vs Spring vs Spring MVC
• Spring Boot Starter Projects – Starter Web and Starter JPA
• Overview of different Spring Boot Starter Projects
• Spring Boot Actuator
• Spring Boot Developer Tools
• Introduction to JPA
• Object Relational Impedence Mismatch
• JDBC, Spring JDBC and myBatis
• Introduction to JPA
• Creating a JPA Project using Spring Initializr
• Defining a Service to manage the Entity
• Using a Command Line Runner
• In Memory Database H2
• findById and findAll

• Introduction
• Microservices and RESTful APIs with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud
• Introduction To Web Services
• What is a Web Service?
• Introduction to SOAP Web Services
• Introduction to RESTful Web Services
• SOAP vs RESTful Web Services
• Restful Web Services with Spring Boot
• Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot
• Creating a Hello World Service
• Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean
• Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet
• Path Variable
• Creating User Bean and User Service
• GET Methods
• POST Method
• HTTP Status Code and Location
• Exception Handling – 404 Resource Not Found
• Generic Exception Handling for all Resources
• DELETE Method
• Validations for RESTful Services
• HATEOAS for RESTful Services
• Internationalization for RESTful Services
• Content Negotiation – Implementing Support for XML
• Configuring Auto Generation of Swagger Documentation
• Introduction to Swagger Documentation Format
• Enhancing Swagger Documentation with Custom Annotations
• Monitoring APIs with Spring Boot Actuator
• Implementing Static Filtering for RESTful Service
• Implementing Dynamic Filtering for RESTful Service
• Versioning RESTful Services
• Implementing Basic Authentication with Spring Security
• Overview of Connecting RESTful Service to JPA
• Creating User Entity and some test data
• Updating GET methods on User Resource to use JPA
• Updating POST and DELETE methods on User Resource to use JPA
• Creating Post Entity and Many to One Relationship with User Entity
• Implementing a GET service to retrieve all Posts of a User
• Implementing a POST service to create a Post for a User
• Richardson Maturity Model
• Microservices with Spring Cloud
• Creating a hard coded limits service
• Enhance limits service to get configuration from application properties
• Setting up Spring Cloud Config Server
• Installing Git
• Creating Local Git Repository
• Connect Spring Cloud Config Server to Local Git Repository
• Configuration for Multiple Environments in Git Repository
• Connect Limits Service to Spring Cloud Config Server
• Configuring Profiles for Limits Service
• Introduction to Currency Conversion and Currency Exchange Microservice
• Setting up Currency Exchange Microservice
• Create a simple hard coded currency exchange service
• Setting up Dynamic Port in the the Response
• Configure JPA and Initialized Data
• Create a JPA Repository
• Setting up Currency Conversion Microservice
• Creating a service for currency conversion
• Invoking Currency Exchange Microservice from Currency Conversion Microservice
• Finchley.M8
• Using Feign REST Client for Service Invocation
• Setting up client side load balancing with Ribbon
• Running client side load balancing with Ribbon
• Understand the need for a Naming Server
• Setting up Eureka Naming Server
• Connecting Currency Conversion Microservice to Eureka
• Connecting Currency Exchange Microservice to Eureka
• Distributing calls using Eureka and Ribbon
• A review of implementing Eureka, Ribbon and Feign
• Introduction to API Gateways
• Setting up Zuul API Gateway
• Implementing Zuul Logging Filter
• Executing a request through Zuul API Gateway
• Setting up Zuul API Gateway between microservice invocations
• Introduction to Distributed Tracing
• Implementing Spring Cloud Sleuth
• Introduction to Distributed Tracing with Zipkin
• Installing Rabbit MQ
• Running Zipkin on Windows
• Setting up Distributed Tracing with Zipkin
• Connecting microservices to Zipkin
• Using Zipkin UI Dashboard to trace requests
• Understanding the need for Spring Cloud Bus
• Implementing Spring Cloud Bus
• Fault Tolerance with Hystrix
• Developing Spring Applications before Spring Boot
• Using Spring Initializr to create a project
• Spring Boot Auto Configuration?
• Spring Boot vs Spring vs Spring MVC
• Spring Boot Starter Projects – Starter Web and Starter JPA
• Overview of different Spring Boot Starter Projects
• Spring Boot Actuator
• Spring Boot Developer Tools
• Introduction to JPA
• Object Relational Impedence Mismatch
• JDBC, Spring JDBC and myBatis
• Introduction to JPA
• Creating a JPA Project using Spring Initializr
• Defining a Service to manage the Entity
• Using a Command Line Runner
• In Memory Database H2
• findById and findAll

• Object Persistence
• Object/Relational Paradigms
• O/R Mismatch
• Object Relational Mapping (ORM)
• Java ORM/Persistent Frameworks
• Hibernate Architecture
• Hibernate Architecture and API
• Hibernate Installation/Setup
• Configuration
• Configuration Properties
• Mapping Files
• Persistent Classes
• POJOs
• JavaBeans
• Basic Mapping
• Class to Table Mappings
• Property Mapping
• Identifiers
• Generators
• Natural Keys
• Identifier Exposure
• Quoting SQL Tables and Columns
• Working with Persistent Objects
• Entity Lifecycle
• Transient State
• Persistent State
• Persistent Object Updates and Automatic Dirty Checking
• Detatched State
• Deleted
• Object Identifiers Revisited
• Merge
• Components
• Domain Model
• Entities and Values
• Components
• Associations
• Many-to-one
• Bidirectional Many-to-one
• Other Collections
• Many-to-one List
• Many-to-one Map
• Many-to-one Bag
• Many-to-one Array
• Other Associations
• One-to-one
• Bidirectional One-to-one
• Many-to-many
• Bidirectional Many-to-many
• Many-to-many Identifier Bag
• Value Type Collections
• Collections of Value Types
• Collections of Components
• Sorting Collections
• Inheritance
• Inheritance Mapping Strategies
• Table per concrete class
• Table per subclass
• Table per hierarchy
• Inheritance Mapping Pros/Cons
• Polymorphism
• Table per concrete class with unions
• Choosing an Inheritance Strategy
• Transitive Persistence
• Lazy Loading
• Proxies
• Eager Loading
• What’s a Proxy?
• Detached Objects and Proxies
• Polymorphic Associations Revisited
• Custom Mapping
• Custom Mapping Types
• UserType
• Enumerations
• HQL
• Hibernate Object Fetching Options
• Hibernate Query
• HQL Parameters
• Named Queries
• Native SQL
• Criteria
• Restrictions
• Query By Example
• Scrolling
• Pagination
• Query Hints
• Query Option Pros/Cons
• Transactions and Concurrency
• The Java Transaction
• Hibernate Transaction Configuration
• Hibernate Transaction API
• Concurrency
• Isolation Levels
• Optimistic Locking
• Versioning
• Optimistic Locking without Versioning
• Pessimistic Locking
• Fetching Strategies
• N+1 Selects
• Join Fetching
• Subselect Fetching
• Batch Fetching
• Queries and Fetching Strategies
• Cartesian Product Problem
• Cache
• The promise of Cache
• Hibernate Caching Architecture
• First Level Cache
• Second Level Cache
• Cache Concurrency
• Configuring Second Level Cache
• Cache Regions
• Eviction
• Annotations
• Metadata
• Annotations Pros/Cons
• Configuring Hibernate Annotations
• EJB3/JPA Annotations
• Entity Annotations
• Embedded Object (Component) Annotation
• Inheritance Annotations
• One-to-one Association Annotations
• Many-to-one Association Annotation
• Many-to-many Association Annotation
• Query Annotations
• Hibernate Annotations

• Introduction
• The Features
• Learn and Understand the Concepts
• Learn How To install Spring Tool Suite
• Configuration
• Learn about Spring Boot Configuration
• Spring Data Project
• Spring Data Project – Java Configuration
• Spring Data Project – Bootstrapping A Java Configuration
• Spring Data Project – XML Configuration & Summary
• Spring Data – JPA Repositories
• Retreiving Entities
• Persisting New Entities
• Modifying Entities
• Removing Entities
• BookRepositoriy & Summary
• Spring Data – Derived Queries
• Derived Queries
• String Operators
• Relational Operators
• Logical Operators
• Date Comparisons
• Ordering Results
• Limiting Query Results
• Transversing Nested Properties & Summary
• Spring Data – Additional Query Techniques
• Query Techniques – @Query
• Query Techniques – Named Queries
• Query Techniques – Paging Results
• Query Techniques – Sorting Results
• Query Method Return Types & Summary
• Spring Data – Advanced JPA Techniques
• Customizing Repository Behavior
• Global Repository Customization
• Async Queries
• Auditing
• Modifying Queries & Summary
• Spring Data & Spring MVC Integration
• Domainclassconverter
• Paging Integration
• Sorting Integration & Summary
• Spring Data & MySQL

What do you gain from IIHT’s Blended Learning ?

IIHT’s learning model is integrated with the latest Learning trends to ensure that the audience remains engaged and their overall learning experience is flexible, convenience and productive. What more? We provide you a unique and engaging content on a user friendly and immersive learning platform that helps you to not only attend the training sessions, but watch Learning videos, read Learning Materials, interact with fellow students, write to the faculty members, practice labs, 24x7 support from a single window that makes learning effective. The assignments and assessments designed as part of the course ensures you develop right capability to prove your worth in your existing job or with prospective employer. Our state of the art learning system helps you to connect with fellow learners who are mostly working professionals that helps you to learn through collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Key concepts will be explained by Online / Live Instructor led sessions, where syllabus material will be presented and the subject matter will be illustrated with demonstrations and examples. Tutorials and/or labs and/or group discussions (including online forums) focused on projects and problem solving will help one practice in the application of theory and procedures, allow exploration of concepts with mentors and other fellow students. You get regular feedback on your progress and understanding; assignments, as described in Overview of Assessment (below), requiring an integrated understanding of the subject matter; and private study, working through the course as presented in classes and learning materials, and gaining practice at solving conceptual and technical problems.You get access to informative Learning videos from Global Experts that helps you to get larger perspective from real time perspective that you would not get in any other Live session.

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All your classes will be recorded and made available through the learning management system. You can view these videos later at your convenience.

Yes! IIHT offers an exclusive placement portal for all learners who meet certain criteria. The requirements for availing placement assistance will be notified in advanced, giving you ample time to work towards it.

You can register for the course of your choice directly from our website or head to your closest IIHT centre. You can also speak to the learning consultants, who will guide you through the process.
 

You can pay online. We accept net banking, UPI and most credit and debit cards. Our payment gateway also offers an EMI option if you would like to pay in instalments.

When you sign up for a course, you are eligible for a discount on your next course. The discount percentage will increase with every consecutive signup.  The objective of this program is to ensure that learners have an incentive to learn more without having to worry about spending too much. And hey, it is also to show you how much we treasure your association!

To initiate a refund you may write to us at support@iiht.com and a representative will get in touch with you soon.