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Java Web Development

Course Fees  :  Rs. 6000
Video Course  :  Available 
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Syllabus

1. Introduction
1.1 What is Web?
1.2 Relating Web & Internet
1.3 Characteristics of a Web Application
1.4 Flashback
1.5 Peer Technologies (CGI, ASP)
1.6 Uses, Limitations & Future

2. Servlet Container
2.1 Component/Container Architecture
2.2 Servlet Container Architecture
2.3 Services provided by Servlet Container
2.4 Conceptual View, Code View, Execution View of Servlet

3. Servlet
3.1 Servlet Interface
3.2 ServletContext Object
3.3 Config Object
3.4 Session Object
3.5 Request Object
3.6 Response Object
3.7 RequestDispatcher Object
3.8 Interservlet Communication
3.9 Concurrency Issues
3.10 Transactional Issues
3.11 Security Issues
3.12 Design Issues

4. JSP (Java Server Pages)
4.1 JSP Engine Structure
4.2 Scriplets
4.3 Declarations
4.4 Action
4.5 Tags
4.6 Directives
4.7 Taglibs

5. Java Beans
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Using Beans with Servlets & JSP's
5.3 JDBC & Beans
5.4 MVC Architecture Model 1
5.5 MVC Architecture Model 2

6. JDBC
6.1 Conceptual View
6.2 Code View
6.3 Execution View
6.4 Objects
6.4.1 Result Set
6.4.2 Statement
6.4.3 Connection
6.4.4 Prepared Statement
6.4.5 Concurrency Issues
6.4.6 Security Issues
6.4.7 Design Issues
6.4.8 Transactional Issues

7. XML
7.1 Introduction
7.2 XML Application
7.2.1 XML Vocabulary
7.2.2 XML Schema & DTD
7.2.3 XML Document
7.3 Applicability of XML in Web Applications
7.4 Interface to XML
7.4.1 DOM
7.4.2 SAX
7.5 Java & XML

8. J2EE Patterns
8.1 FC (Front Controller)
8.2 Composite View
8.3 Command
8.4 Service to Worker
8.5 Dispatcher View
8.6 Synchronization Token
8.7 Intercepting Filter

9. Web Application Architecture
9.1 Enterprise Java Beans
9.2 SWAR (Prop. Architecture developed by Prof. Rajesh Patkar)
10. Project Work



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