Java And Ruby On Rails For Beginners Build 12 Projects




Java Online Training


Working Professionals and Freshers


Both Classroom and Online Classes


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

2 Months

Java Objectives

•Troubleshoot advanced models in Java.
•Master Java concepts from the ground up
•Improve your front end design and development skills
•How to store and handle file upload in Java.
•Learn Java from scratch & understand core programming concept
•What is Java and How to Build apps using Java.
•One stop solutions and step by step process for learning Java
•Learn the core fundamentals of Java to fast-track your development process
•Learn how to code in Java. This class is set up for complete beginners!

java and ruby on rails for beginners build 12 projects Course Highlights

•Most comprehensive Industrry curriculum
•Course has been framed by Industry experts
•Software & others tools installation Guidance
•Trainer support after completion of the course
•Fast track and Sunday Batches available on request
•We provide you with your recorded session for further Reference
•Curriculum based on course outlines defined by in-demand skills in Python.
•The course is all about familiarizing the trainees with simpler and smarter ways to develop the skills required for Implementation.

Who are eligible for Java

•Architect, Lead, Developer, Project Manager, Verification Engineer, Rtl Design, Physical Design, L3 Support Engineer, Cloud Computing, Big Data Engineer
•delphi, wpf, Oracle Forms, wlan, wifi, wimax, nms, ems, oss, Big Data, hadoop, dpi, snmp, c, Cloud Computing, Vlsi, Data Structure, Algorithm
•Javascript, Mysql, Hybrid Developer, Html5, Css3, Php, WordPress, WordPress Cms, Html, Css, Business Development, Sales, Email Marketing, Lead
•Oracle Developers, Web Designing, Web Development, Web Technologies, photoshop, illustrator, user interface designing, brochures, Digital Content, ui
•Software Development, Software Testing, Solution Design, software, Blueprism Developer, Rpa Developer


•Introduction to Java Basics
•What is Java
•Installing JDK and NetBeans
•Java Packages
•Primitive data types
•Basic Operators
•Using comments
•Java Basic Console Projects
•Project Generating Random Numbers
•Project Calculate area and perimeter
•Project Construct a triangle
•Project Determine leap years
•Project Find even numbers
•Project Create a Percentage calculator
•Creating the project
•Building the Front end
•Customising the GUI part
•Coding the exit and clear button
•Coding the logic
•Project Building a Java Digital Clock
•Creating the project structure
•Importing packages
•Using Classes
•Creating a thread
•Modifying Jlabel properties
•Building and deploying your application
•Project Create addition app with Java
•Renaming the components
•Coding the exit buttons
•Coding the clear button
•Coding the addition button
•Running your app outside IDE
•Project Create height conversion tool java
•Building the user interface part
•Adding styling
•Changing variable names
•Coding the conversion button
•Project Create a word count tool with Java
•Designing the GUI Part
•Styling the GUI
•Renaming variables
•Coding exit and clear button
•Coding the count button
•Deploying and running project
•Project Temperature conversion with Java
•Setting up the project
•Creating the GUI
•Adding the application logic
•Running and deploying your project
•Ruby on Rails Basics
•What is Ruby
•Famous sites built with Ruby on Rails
•Download Ruby for Windows
•Installing Ruby on Windows
•Installing Sublimetext
•What is MVC
•What is Git
•Installing Git
•Ways of interacting with Ruby
•Interacting with single command
•Interacting with Ruby file
•Interacting with interactive Ruby
•Clearing and exiting IRB Screen
•Ruby Gems
•Variable scope
•Manipulating Arrays
•Arithmetic Operators
•Comparison Operators
•Logical operators
•Boolean data type
•Using comments in Ruby
•Conditional statements
•While loops
•For loops
•Each method
•Project Build a blog app with Ruby on Rails
•Installing Rails
•Web severs
•Dev Tools
•Creating a new rails project
•Checking updates with bundler
•Starting the rails server
•Generating a controller
•Setting the homepage
•Declaring a resouce
•Create action to add post
•Add form to create new post
•Add action to create post
•Creating the post model
•Saving data to the controller
•Showing posts
•Listing posts
•Adding styling with bootstrap
•Adding form validation
•Handling validation errors
•Adding links to posts
•Editing posts
•Deleting posts
•Generating comments model
•Associating Models
•Generating comments controller
•Adding action to create comments
•Splitting views and implementing delete actions
•Adding basic security