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Java Programming : MCA-205

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Lecture 1Importance and features of Java, Language Construct of java including KeywordsLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 2Constants,variables and looping and decision making construct, Classes and their implementationLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 3Introduction to JVM and its architecture including set of instructions.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 4Overview of JVM Programming . Internal and detailed explanation of a valid .class file format.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 5Instrumentation of a .class file, Byte code engineering libraries, Overview of class loaders and Sandbox model of security.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 6Defining a class, adding variables and methods,Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 7Creating objects, constructors,Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 8Class inheritance. Arrays and StringLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 9Creating an array, one and two dimensional arrays, string array and methodsLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 10String and String Buffer classes, Wrapper classesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 11Basics types, using super, Multilevel hierarchy abstract and final classesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 12Object class, Packages and interfaces, Access protection, Extending Interfaces, packages.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 13Exception Handling: Fundamentals exception types, uncaught exceptionsLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 14Throw, throws , final, built in exceptionLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 15creating your own exceptions,Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 16Multithreaded Programming:Fundamentals, Java thread model prioritiesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 17Synchronization, messaging, thread classesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 18Runnable interface, inter thread Communication, suspending, resuming and stopping threads.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 19Input/Output Programming:Basics, Streams, Byte and Character StreamLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 20Predefined streams, Reading and writing from console and files.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 21Using Standard Java Packages (lang, util, io, net).Networking: BasicsLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 22Networking classes and interfaces, using java.net packageLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 23TCP/IP and Data-gram Programming, RMI (Remote Method Invocation)Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 24EventHandling: Different Mechanism, the Delegation Event ModelLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 25Event ClassesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 26Event Listener InterfacesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 27Adapter and Inner ClassesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 28Working with windows, Graphics and TextLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 29AWT controls, Layout managers and menusLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 30Handling Image, animation, sound and video, Java Applet.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 31The Collection Framework:The Collection Interface, Collection ClassesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 32Working with Maps & SetsLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 33JDBC: Introduction to DBMS & RDBMS, DBC API, JDBC Application ArchitectureLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 34Obtaining a Connection, JDBC Models: Two Tier and Three Tier ModelLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 35Result Set, Prepared Statement, Callable Statement.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 36RMI (Remote Method Invocation):Introduction, Steps in creating a Remote Object, Generating Stub & SkeletonLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 37RMI Architecture, RMI packagesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 38Java Bean:Introduction, Bean Architecture, Using the Bean Development Kit, Creating simple bean-propertiesLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 39Methods and events, Packing beans- the manifest & the jarLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 40Java bean packageLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 41Introduction to NetBean.Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 42Swing :Introduction to JFC (Java Foundation Classes),Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 43Features of SwingLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 44Comparison with AWTLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
Lecture 45Advanced ControlLecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by ,    Lecture by
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