Overview

You will create basic applications using the Java SE 7 programming language. You will also describe object-oriented concepts, Unified Modeling Language (UML) representation of object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts, and Java platforms and technologies.

 

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Create simple programs in Java using basic code components.
  • Control program flow by writing code to respond to specific situations and produce appropriate results.
  • Work with Java class libraries to instantiate objects from Java classes.
  • Create classes.
  • Write Java programs that reuse objects and their attributes.
  • Represent OOP concepts using UML.
  • Identify client-side technologies.
  • Identify server-side technologies.
  • Identify integration technologies.

 

Audience

This course is designed for students who are looking for an entry into an application development or a software project management career using Java technologies.

 

Prerequisites

This is the first course in the series of Java courses and does not have any prerequisites.

 

Outline

Lesson 1: Programming in Java

  • Create a Simple Java Program
  • Define a Simple Class
  • Create and Initialize Variables
  • Write an Expression
  • Work with Arrays

 

Lesson 2: Controlling Program Flow

  • Write If Statements
  • Write a Switch Statement
  • Write a For Loop
  • Write While and Do…While Loops

 

Lesson 3: Working with Java Class Libraries

  • Use the Java Class Library
  • Invoke Attributes of an Object

 

Lesson 4: Creating Classes

  • Define Methods
  • Overload a Method
  • Define Constructors
  • Create Static Class Members
  • Use Command-Line Arguments
  • Define JavaBeans

 

Lesson 5: Implementing Inheritance

  • Import a Class
  • Extend a Class
  • Override Methods
  • Create Interfaces
  • Implement Interfaces
  • Work with Objects

 

Lesson 6: Representing OOP Concepts Using UML

  • Introduction to UML
  • Apply UML

 

Lesson 7: Identifying Client-Side Technologies

  • Introduction to Client-Side Technologies
  • Introduction to Thin UI Clients
  • Introduction to Fat UI Clients
  • Introduction to Micro UI Clients

 

Lesson 8: Identifying Server-Side Technologies

  • Introduction to Server-Side Technologies
  • Identify Web Components
  • Identify Business Components
  • Process XML and Associating Elements

 

Lesson 9: Identifying Integration Technologies

  • Describe Synchronous Communication
  • Introduction to Web Services
  • Introduction to Database Connectivity
  • Describe Asynchronous Communication

 

Follow-On

  • Java Programming

 

Related Certification

  • OCA, Java SE 7 Programmer