b. Basic tags
c. Background, bgcolor, br, p etc.
d. Table basic & Merge tables
e. Forms with different input types
f. Introduction to HTML5
b. DIV with examples
c. Class & ID with examples
d. Different properties with examples
b. Inbuilt dialog box – alert, confirm & prompt
c. Programming construct – if else, switch case, loop etc.
d. Form validation with examples
e. Email validation with examples
b. Download jQuery files & CDN
c. Different events & DOM(Document Object Model)
d. Different jQuery effect– fade, show & hide, DOM etc.
b. Download Bootstrap files & CDN
c. Different types of Button
d. Different types of Nave bar
e. Different types of images
f. Different types of components
a. Introduction to RDBMS
b. Different terminology – Primary Key, Forging Key, Candidate Key
different types of constrains etc.
c. Introduction to SQL
d. DDL(Data Definition Language)
e. DML(Data Manipulation Language)
f. Sub Query
g. Join – different types with examples
h. Relational Operators / Set Operators
i. View in SQL
a. Introduction to JDBC(Java Database Connectivity)
b. Download Server, Installation & configuration with IDE
c. Download Connector JAR files
d. Creation of Java console JDBC Application
e. Introduction to Java Web Application
f. Introduction to Servlet
g. Creation of Java Web Application with Servlet
h. Creation of Java Web Application with Servlet & JDBC
i. Introduction to JSP(Java Server Pages)
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j. Creation of Java Web Application with JSP & JDBC
k. Introduction to HTTP State Management (Session, Cookies etc.)
l. Introduction to Spring Frame Work
m. Creation of Java Web Application with Spring Frame Work.
a. Introduction to Spring Boot
b. Download & configuration
c. Creation of Java Web Application with Spring Boot
d. Introduction to Postman API
e. Exercise on Spring Boot
c. Commits, and pull requests etc.
Yes, the course usually includes hands-on projects to apply your skills and gain practical experience in building web applications.
Absolutely! Continuous learning is essential, and you can further enhance your skills by exploring advanced topics or new technologies in the field of Java full-stack development.
Upon completion, you can explore roles such as Java Developer, Full Stack Developer, Web Application Developer, Software Engineer, or even start your own web development venture.