J2SE (Core Java)

Also known as Core Java, this is the most basic and standard version of Java.It’s the purest form of Java, a basic foundation for all other editions.

It consists of a wide variety of general purpose API’s (like java.lang, java.util) as well as many special purpose APIs

J2SE is mainly used to create applications for Desktop environment.

It consist all the basics of Java the language, variables, primitive data types, Arrays, Streams, Strings Java Database Connectivity(JDBC) and much more. This is the standard, from which all other editions came out, according to the needs of the time.

Topics that we will cover later in this series.

Basics of Java

  • Java - What, Where, and Why?

  • Features of Java

  • Introduction to JDK, JRE

  • Compilation Process

  • Java Program Structure

  • Java Naming Conventions

  • Import / Package Statements

  • Main method of Java

  • Control Flows

  • Data Types and Type Conversions

  • Comments In Java

  • Operators In Java

OOPS Concepts

  • Advantage of OOPs

  • Object and Class

  • Abstraction Encapsulation

  • Types of Variables (instance/class)

  • Static methods / non-static methods

  • Call by value – call by reference

  • Method Overloading

  • Var-args methods

  • Constructor

  • this keyword

  • Objects & References

  • Garbage Collection and finalize method

  • Inheritance

  • super keyword / final keyword

  • Abstract class and Interface

  • Package and Access Modifiers

  • Object Cloning

String Handling

  • String (Constructors, Methods)

  • Concept of Immutable and Mutable

  • Objects

  • String Pool

  • StringBuffer (Constructors, Methods)

  • StringTokenizer(Constructors, Methods)

Exception Handling

  • Exception Handling: What and Why?

  • try and catch block Multiple catch

  • block

  • Nested try

  • finally block

  • throw keyword

  • Exception Propagation

  • throws keyword

  • Exception Handling with Method

  • Overriding

  • Custom Exception

Input and output

  • File class (uses, constructors and methods)

  • Concept of Streams (Byte Based and Character Based)

  • File Output Stream & File Input Stream

  • Sequence Input Stream

  • Buffered Output Stream & Buffered Input Stream

  • File Writer & File Reader

  • Input from keyboard by Scanner

  • Compressing and Uncompressing File

  • Data Input Stream and Data Output Stream

  • Serialization & De-serialization

  • transient keyword

Collection

  • Collection Framework Introduction

  • List, Set, Queue interfaces and their implementations

  • Map and its implementations

  • Comparable and Comparator

  • java.util.Arrays class and its methods

  • Single Dimension Arrays (primitive and non-primitive types)

  • Multi Dimension Arrays (2d,3d)

Multithreading

  • Multithreading: What and Why?

  • Life Cycle of a Thread

  • Creating Thread

  • Thread Examples

  • Thread class methods

  • Synchronization

  • Synchronized Blocks and methods

  • Inter-thread communication

  • Runnable interface

GUI Designing and Event

  • Handling

  • Containers & Components

  • Layout Managers

  • Methods of Component classes

  • Intermediate Container

  • Font, Color classes

  • Dialogs, File Dialogs

  • Event Handling

  • Event Handling using Listeners

  • Event Handling using Adapter classes

  • Event Handling using inner and Anonymous classes

  • Java Applets

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