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Core Java

Core Java

Java is a general purpose very powerful computer programming language. It is concurrent, class-based, and object-oriented designed to have few implementation dependencies. Java was specially designed to have a look and feel of C++ language. It is an object-oriented programming model which is simpler to use than C++.

Java is basically used to create applications which can run on a single computer or can be distributed among servers and clients in a network. The developers used this programming language to create applications on your computer. Java even consists of a web plug-in which allows you to run the applications in your browser.

This powerful language is now used by millions to play games, chat, perform online calculations, and to view 3D images. We at Saksham, provide you with flexible, easy to understand and affordable Core Java Training. Our training helps individual to understand the in-depth concepts of this programming language. The training program comprises of classes based on the current and updated requirements of IT Industry. With an extensive industry experience, our instructors provide proper guidance to those willing to fetch IT jobs.  They trained students to become expert and leaders of programming using Java.


Course Overview

1.1 Overview of Python

1.2 Companies using Python

1.3 Different Applications where Python is used

1.4 Values, Types, Variables

1.5 Operands and Expressions

1.6 Conditional Statements

1.7 Loops

1.8 Command Line Arguments

1.1 Python files I/O Functions

1.2 Numbers

1.3 Strings and related operations

1.4 Lists and related operations

1.5 Dictionaries and related operations

1.6 Sets and related operations

1.1 Indexing and slicing

1.2 Iterating through a sequence

1.3 Sequence functions, keywords, and operators

1.4 List comprehensions

1.5 Nested sequences

1.1 About dictionaries

1.2 Creating dictionaries

1.3 Iterating through a dictionary

1.4 About sets

1.5 Creating sets

1.6 Working with sets

1.1 File overview

1.2 The with a statement

1.3 Opening a text file

1.4 Reading a text file

1.5 Writing to a text file

1.6 Raw (binary) data

1.1 Functions

1.2 Function Parameters

1.3 Global Variables

1.4 Variable Scope and Returning Values

1.5 Lambda Functions

1.6 Standard Libraries

1.7 Modules Used in Python

1.8 The Import Statements

1.9 Module Search Path

2.0 Package Installation Ways

1.1 Decorators Function

1.2 Simple Decorators

1.3 A Few Real World Examples

1.4 Fancy Decorators

1.1 Object-Oriented programming

1.2 Defining classes

1.3 Constructors

1.4 Instance methods and data

1.5 Class/static methods and data

1.6 Inheritance

1.7 Polymorphism

1.1 Syntax errors

1.2 Exceptions

1.3 Using try/catch/else/finally

1.4 Handling multiple exceptions

1.5 Ignoring exceptions

1.1 Features of Django

1.2 Understanding Django environment

1.3 Django Webserver 

1.4 First Program

1.1 HTML

1.2 CSS

1.3 JavaScript

1.4 Bootstrap

1.1 Django Template Language

1.2 Utilities of Templates

1.3 Creating Template Objects

1.4 Tags, Variables and Filters

1.5 Rendering Templates

1.6 Template Inheritance

1.7 Form Handling

1.8 Form validation and Error Messages

1.9 Form Display

1.1 Django Models

1.2 Model Fields

1.3 Model Inheritance

1.4 CRUD on DB

1.5 Primary keys and the Model

1.6 Dynamic Webpages

1.7 Toggle Hidden Content

1.8 jQuery and AJAX integration

1.1 Difference Between Session and Cookie

1.2 Creating Sessions and Cookies in Django

1.1 Serialization and Deserialization

1.2 Django REST Framework

1.3 Serializer class

1.4 Model Serializers

1.5 REST APIs

1.1 Explain JSON file formats 

1.2 Parse data stored in JSON formats

1.3 Stores data in JSON formats