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Java Application Development - Advanced
DURATION: 5 days

FEE: $2,295

Based upon a class size of six students.

Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate client assignments.

There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.


  • Programmer
  • Web Developer
  • Application Analyst
  • Application Architect
  • IT Professional


    1. Developing Java Applications
      • The features of the Java development tools.
      • Given a program provided by the instructor, profile the execution and determine the performance problem areas.
    2. Java Libraries and Classes
      • Understand the Java GUI library and how to implement GUI systems.
      • In order to build the interface, it will be necessary to create a Java container to place the other required GUI components: 1- Create a container using the JFrame component; populate the application's front end with a JPanel. 2- Add three JLabels, three JTextFields, and three JButtons. 3- Assign an event handler for responding to the events.
      • It will be necessary to know when the button is invoked, either by mouse click or from the keyboard.
    3. Threads
      • Understand how the Java platform has been designed to support concurrent programming.
      • Use mouse event listeners to create an animation in which a circle moves randomly within a frame area and clicking on the circle causes its color to change.
    4. Streams
      • Understand the data flow when processing input and output.
      • Implement a pair of classes, one Reader and one Writer which count the number of times a character, such as e, is read or written: 1- The character can be specified when the stream is created. 2- Write a program to test these classes.
    5. AWT Class Library
      • Create a GUI screen with appropriate event handlers.
      • Three steps need to be taken to create any GUI application or applet: 1- Compose the GUI by adding components to container objects. 2- Setup event handlers in order to respond to user interaction with the GUI. 3- Display the GUI; it is performed automatically for applets and must be done explicitly for applications.
    6. Java I/O Utilities
      • Create and implement a hashtable.
      • Create a random access file that is accessed from a key in a hashtable.
    7. Net Class
      • Code a datagram to pass data between a server and a client: 1- Create a server that asks for a password, then opens a file and sends the file over the network connection. 2- Create a client that connects to this server, gives the appropriate password, then captures and saves the file. 3- Test these pair of programs on a workstation.
    8. Advanced Applets
      • Code an applet that is a dynamic size and in a fixed starting position: 1- Write the method to display an applet in the browser in order that the content are contained in a rectangle around the phrase "Exercise Applet". 2- Have the applet be one pixel less than the size specified on the web page, and the phrase starting at the coordinates 5, 15.
    9. Advanced Features
      • Become proficient at using a debugger.
      • Given a set of programs, determine the error(s) in each program and fix the error.
      • Use the debugging tool provided by the instructor.
    10. JDBC: Java Database Connectivity
      • Examine JDBC: Java Database Connectivity.
    11. JDBC Application Programming
      • Connect to a database and execute a simple query.
      • Connect to a database, query and modify the database with SQL.
    12. Database Queries
      • Code a parameterized query.
      • Code an application which allows the user to enter two keys.
      • The key will be passed to the database using a parameterized query, executed dynamically, and the resultset presented to the user.
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Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID.

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