OO Design & Application in Java

On August 12, 2013

The popularity of Java is evident as is easily seen by its use in the industry. With products such as Web Logic Server,  Apache Tomcat, and the plethora of Java based application, they all have similar features that make them popular.

  • Their ease of communicating across the Internet.
  • The ability for Java to run on any platform without a recompile.
  • The built in ability for Java to handle multi-threading natively within the language.

All these features of Java make it the language of choice for professionals and amateurs alike.

This course will show you via demonstration the ways that java communicates with other processes, the way that you can write multi-threaded applications. After you have done this course you will have an understanding of how every Internet technology works and (with a bit of practice) will be able to write code to duplicate any Internet service.

This course extends on the information that was presented in the Introduction to Java Course, with more theory in the Object Oriented Programming. But is not exclusive to those who have done the early Java Course.  We extend into the area of files, sockets and multithreading. We also extend the applet programming and tie the whole course together with an assignment that uses all that we have taught.

Object Oriented Design and Application in Java

Overview

This Java training course is intended for students with some programming background. It covers most Java syntax elements, concentrating on fundamental and universally useful elements, while providing an overview of many more advanced elements. Students will learn to write useful Java classes, applying Object-Oriented concepts such as inheritance, and create Java programs that work with these classes

What You Will Learn

On completion of this course participants should be able to:

  • Learn how Java works.
  • Understand the “write once, run anywhere” concept.
  • Understand and learn how to create basic Java objects.
  • Learn how to implement flow-control concepts in Java.
  • Understand Java’s package concept and create packages of Java classes.
  • Understand Java arrays and write code to create and use arrays.
  • Learn how to write Java classes using inheritance.
  • Learn how to create and use interfaces.
  • Understand and use the concept of polymorphism in an application
  • Understand how Java’s exception-handling mechanism works and learn how to apply exception-handling to Java applications.
  • Learn how to use elements from the Java API library

 

Please drop us an email requesting for the full course outline.

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