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Java Full Course for Begineers

Java Full Course for Beginners: About Java: This Language was first discovered in the year 1995 on MAY 3rd, which was dev...

Java Full Course for Beginners:

About Java:




This Language was first discovered in the year 1995 on MAY 3rd, which was developed by Sun Microsystems. It is developed by James Gosling. Java is a Programming Language that produces Software for Multiple platforms. Java derives much of its syntax from the languages C and C++ Programming Languages. Java is an Object-Oriented Programming Language. Java is a simple language because the syntax of Java is very simple and easy to understand. Java has all Object-Oriented Programming Features such as Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism.

Advantages of Java:

1.Easy to understand
2.Simple in Structure
3.Object-Oriented
4.Platform-Independent
5.Secure
6.Allocation
7.Multithreaded
8.Resource Availability

Disadvantages of Java:

1.Single-Paradigm Language
2. Look and Feel
3.Performance
4.Takes more memory space
5.No Backup
6.Java's Architecture code is inefficient

Topics Covered From This Video:

3:36 - Introduction to Java
3:41 - What is Java?
8:56 - Java Features
16:36 - Where is Java Used?
23:46 - Java Environmental SetUp
23:52 - Java JDK Download & Installation
25:27 - Setting Enviromental variables
27:38 - Eclipse Setup 
28:43 - Java Internals
28:47 - Java Virtual Machine
32:10 - Java Run Time Environment
33:31 - Java Development Kit
34:11 - JDK, JRE & JVM 
35:05 - Java Working
38:21 - First Java Program 53:27 - Modifiers in Java
54:34 - Access Control M
difiers
1:00:12 - Non Access Modifiers
1:10:05 - Variables in Java
1:10:11 - Types of Variables
1:14:59 - Data types in Java
1:16:19 - Primitive Data types
1:17:36 - Non Primitive Data types
1:18:35 - Demo - Variables and Data Types
1:19:20 - Data type Conversions
1:20:32 - Implicit Conversions
1:22:50 - Explicit Conversions
1:25:52 – Operators
1:28:56 - Operators Types and Examples
1:33:11 - Control Statements in Java
1:35:51 - Selection Statements
1:37:17 - Iteration Statements 
1:44:04 - Jump Statements
1:46:06 - Methods in Java
1:48:52 - Methods Syntax 
1:50:51 - What is a return Statement 
1:52:00 - Program to add 2 numbers using a Method 
2:00:38 - Method Execution 
2:05:48 - Method Overloading
2:09:00 - Arrays in Java 
2:11:38 - Arraay Declaration 
2:15:32 - Types of Arrays
2:18:15 - Memory Allocation in Arrays 
2:22:30 - Demo – Arrays
2:27:50 – Strings
2:30:51 - Immutability of Strings
2:29:00 - String Pool 
2:33:43 - Memory Allocation 
2:40:03 - String Operations – Demo
2:44:15 - StringBuffer 
2:48:50 - StringBuilder 
2:52:45: Classes and Objects
2:57:17 - Java Naming Conventions
2:57:30 - Types of variables
3:01:30 - Constructor 
3:06:24 - Difference between Constructor and Method
3:08:10 - How Does Constructor work
3:08:35 - Types of Constructor
3:19:09 - Java Static Keyword 
3:19:16 - Demo - Java Static Keyword 
3:24:32 - Java this keyword 
3:26:29: Demo - Java this keyword
3:29:27 - Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
3:30:10 – Inheritance
3:49:46 – Polymorphism
4:09:20 - Java super keyword 
4:09:28 - Java final keyword
4:14:33 - Dynamic Binding 
4:15:48 – Abstraction
4:22:44 - Abstract Class and Method
4:23:33 - Encapsulation 
4:26:52 - Advantages of Encapsulation
4:29:44 – Interface
4:32:44 - Difference between Interface and Class
4:35:23 - Difference between Class and Abstract Class
4:36:10 - Difference between Abstract Class and Interfaces
4:37:46 - Class-Interface relationship
4:39:55 - Demo – Interface
4:46:10 - Rules for using private methods in interfaces
4:43:10 - Demo - A class Extending one class and implementing more than one interface 
4:49:12 - Interface Features for Different JDK 
4:50:55 - What is a Package? 
4:52:11 - Package Naming Conventions
4:53:26 - Java Pre-defined Packages
4:58:12 - Access Modifiers
4:59:49 - Public 
5:00:37 - Protected 
5:01:32 - Private 
5:02:00 – Protected
5:05:00 - Demo - Access package from another package
5:08:55 - Regular Expression
5:21:50 - Exception 
5:23:49 - Types of Exception
5:31:45 - Exception handling
5:50:27 - XML using DOM, SAX, and StAX parser in Java 
5:56:15 - Introduction to XML 
5:57:44 - Demo - To Read From and Write To a File
6:17:51 - Reading and Writing File Objects
6:21:40 - Demo - XML File
6:25:33 - XML File Tree Structure 
6:36:00 - Serialization in Java 
6:36:37 - Demo - Serialization in Java
6:48:13 - Demo - Deserialization in Java
6:54:00 - Wrapper Classes
6:57:31  - Demo on Wrapper Class
6:58:06 - Generics in Java

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