Advanced Java

Taught in English


Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals


Instructor: LearnKartS

Intermediate level

Recommended experience

13 hours to complete
3 weeks at 4 hours a week
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

What you'll learn

  • Understand advanced Java concepts, features, and technologies, emphasizing the creation of web-based enterprise applications.

  • Explore Servlets, covering their development, deployment, and various features.

  • Learn fundamental principles of JSP along with advanced topics.

  • Master JDBC, Servlets, Spring, and Spring Boot for comprehensive proficiency in Java development for web applications and enterprise solutions.

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There are 5 modules in this course

This module thoroughly covers Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), from the basics to advanced techniques. By the end of the module, learners will grasp JDBC's architecture and advanced concepts, helping them effectively utilize Java for complex database interactions.

What's included

14 videos1 reading4 assignments1 discussion prompt

This module covers Servlets extensively, delving into fundamental principles like lifecycle, interfaces, classes, and deployment. By the end of the module, learners will master servlet technology, enabling them to create robust, scalable web applications and utilize advanced features like filters effectively.

What's included

21 videos4 assignments1 discussion prompt

This module provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of JavaServer Pages (JSP), from fundamental concepts to advanced topics such as its elements, directives, implicit objects, and tags. By the end of the module, learners will be proficient in developing dynamic, feature-rich web applications using JSP.

What's included

13 videos3 assignments1 discussion prompt

This module looks into the Spring framework, going over the core principles like Inversion of Control (IoC), Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP), Spring Bean, Spring MVC framework, and RESTful services. By the end of the module, learners will master these concepts and be able to develop robust, scalable applications using Spring and RESTful principles.

What's included

29 videos6 assignments1 discussion prompt

The final module delves into Spring Boot, covering its architecture, command line interpretation, Spring JDBC, JPQL, JPA, Hibernate, and Spring Data. By the end of the module, learners will be proficient in utilizing Spring Boot for efficient application development and performance optimization.

What's included

20 videos1 reading5 assignments1 discussion prompt


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