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Java Server Pages

JSP Training Online

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Duration : 2 Months
Daily : 2 hours
Overview of JSP Course Online

JSP Course or Java Server Pages is a technology which is used to embed Java code in HTML. You will learn the ways of creating and using special JSP tags. The code can include HTML, XML, or their combination along with JSP code. You can create dynamic web pages with the help of JSP. The course will consist of different APIs which you can use to make good web pages and website. JSP is server side programming language and is platform independent. The jobs that you can get after pursuing the course are Java developer, Java web developer, and many more.

Java Server Pages is a server side language from Java which can be embedded into HTML code to enhance the functionality of different web pages in different websites. Java Server Page code can be written with a lot of packages and classes available in them. The code has to be written in the same way like core Java but the running environment is a web browser. The browser must support Java virtual machine to execute the code. The course curriculum has been designed by our expert and experienced instructors.

JSP Certification Key features

  • Get the facility of lab sessions along with theory classes
  • Our expert instructors have the experience of more than ten years
  • We provide the facility of resume development
  • Demo classes will be held before the starting of the course
  • The course is affordable
  • Money back guarantee is also available
Who should learn JSP Tutorial

The course can be done by Java developers who want to improve their skills and want to add it in their resume. People who are interested in doing JSP and servlets projects can also do the course. Freshers are also eligible but they should have the knowledge of core Java and web development.

Specifications
  • Free Demo
  • 100% job Assistance
  • Flexible Timing
  • Realtime Project Work
  • Learn From Experts
  • Get Certified
  • Place your career
  • Reasonable fees
  • Access on mobile and Tv
  • High-quality content and Class videos
  • Learning Management System
  • Full lifetime access
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Course Curriculum
  • Web Applications
    • Server-Side Programming
    • Web Protocols and Web Applications
    • Role of Web Servers
    • About Java Servlets
    • How to use Tomcat Web server?
    • Java Servlet Structure
  • Servlets Architecture
    • Servlets Architecture
    • Servlet and HttpServlet
    • Request and Response
    • Reading Request Parameters
    • Producing an HTML Response
    • Redirecting the Web Server
    • Deployment Descriptors
    • Servlets Life Cycle
    • Relationship to the Container
  • Interactive Web Applications
    • Building an HTML Interface
    • Concept of HTML Forms
    • Handling Form Input
    • Application Architecture
    • Single-Servlet Model
    • Multiple-Servlet Model
    • Routing Servlet Model
    • Template Parsers
  • Session Management
    • Managing Client State
    • Concept of Sessions
    • Session Implementations
    • HttpSession
    • Session Attributes
    • Session Events
    • Invalidating Sessions
  • Configuration and Context
    • The Need for Configuration
    • Initialization Parameters
    • Properties Files
    • JNDI and the Component Environment
    • JDBC Data Sources
    • Working with XML Data
  • Filters
    • About Servlet Filters
    • Uses for Filters
    • Building a Filter
    • Filter Configuration and Context
    • Filter Chains
    • Deploying Filters
  • Database and SQL Fundamentals
    • SQL and Relational Databases
    • Versions of SQL and Code Portability
    • Database, Columns, Tables, Schema, and Rows
    • DDL (Data Definition Language)
    • DML (Data Manipulation Language)
    • Concept of Sequences
    • Concept of Stored Procedures
    • Result Sets and Cursors
    • Using SQL Terminals
  • JDBC Fundamentals
    • What is the JDBC API?
    • Concept of JDBC Drivers
    • Making a Connection
    • Creating and Executing a Statement
    • Retrieving Values from a ResultSet
    • SQL and Java Datatypes
    • SQL NULL Versus Java null
    • Creating and Updating Tables
    • Handling SQL Exceptions and Proper Cleanup
    • Handling SQLWarning
  • Advanced JDBC
    • SQL Escape Syntax
    • Using Prepared Statements
    • Using Callable Statements
    • Scrollable Result Sets
    • Updatable Result Sets
    • Concept of Transactions
    • Commits, Rollbacks, and Savepoints
    • Concept of Batch Processing
    • Alternatives to JDBC
  • Introduction to Row Sets
    • Row Sets in GUI and J2EE programming
    • Advantages of RowSets
    • RowSet Specializations
    • Using CachedRowSets
  • JSP Architecture
    • JSP Containers
    • Servlet Architecture
    • Page Translation
    • Types of JSP Content
    • Concept of Directives
    • What is Content Type?
    • What is Buffering?
    • What are Scripting Elements?
    • What are JSP Expressions?
    • Standard Actions
    • Custom Actions and JSTL
    • Objects and Scopes
    • Implicit Objects
    • JSP Lifecycle
  • Scripting Elements
    • Translation of Template Content
    • Concept of Scriptlets
    • Concept of Expressions
    • Concept of Declarations
    • Dos and Don'ts
    • Implicit Objects for Scriptlets
    • Working with The request Object
    • Working with The response Object
    • Working with The out Object
  • Interactive JSP Applications
    • Working with HTML Forms
    • Reading CGI Parameters
    • JSPs and Java Classes
    • Concept of Error Handling
    • What is Session Management?
    • The Session API
    • Cookies and JSP
  • Using JavaBeans
    • Separating Presentation and Business Logic
    • About JSP Actions
    • About JavaBeans
    • Working with Properties
    • Using Form Parameters with Beans
    • Objects and Scopes
    • Working with Vectors
  • The Expression Language and the JSTL
    • Going Scriptless
    • The JSP Expression Language
    • Know about EL Syntax
    • What is Type Coercio?
    • Error Handling
    • Implicit Objects for EL
    • The JSP Standard Tag Library
    • Role of JSTL
    • The Core Actions
    • Using Beans with JSTL
    • The Formatting Actions
    • Scripts vs. EL/JSTL
  • Advanced JSP Features
    • Web Components
    • What is Forwarding?
    • What is Inclusion?
    • Passing Parameters
    • Custom Tag Libraries
    • Tag Library Architecture
    • Implementing in Java or JSP
    • Concept of Threads
    • Strategies for Thread Safety
    • XML and JSP
  • JSP for Web Services
Java Server Pages FAQ's

Yes, you can participate in the sample interview. You will also be asked some questions about the interview.

You will be able to learn in a hands-on environment including labs, installation, and setup.

Yes! There will be a demo session before the course starts.

Our instructors have extensive experience and have built many websites using CSS and HTML. They will provide you with in-depth knowledge so that you can manage your position as a web developer.

Yes, you will get JSP interview questions with answers.

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