J2EE is a platform-independent, Java-centric environment from Sun for developing, building and deploying Web-based enterprise applications online. This app discuss the following topics
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** Look For Getting Started - Java Basic Programming Concepts
** Step by Step Java Guide - Java Tutorials
** A Simple Java Programs - Simple Java Programs
** Java Mini Dictionary - Has All Definitions for Java.
-- Java Definitions
-- Java Keywords
-- Java Mini Dictionary
Java Basic Programming Concepts
-- About Java
-- Java Basic Concepts
-- Getting Started - Java
-- Java Virtual Machine
-- Compiling & Running a Simple Program
-- Building Applications
-- Building Applets
-- Building A User Interface
-- Writing Servlets
-- File Access and Permissions
-- Database Access and Permissions
-- Remote Method Invocation
Java Mini Dictionary
Simple Java Programs
-- Very Simple Java Example Programs
-- Array & Class Usage In Java
-- I/O Example In Java
-- Exception Examples In Java
-- Java Common Errors
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Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.
This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.
Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.
Some of topics Covered in this application are:
1. Principles of internet
2. The URL
3. Client-server model
4. Local and Remote procedure calls
6. HTML version timeline
7. XHTML versions
8. HTML Elements
9. Headings in HTML
10. Paragraphs in HTML
11. Closing Tag in HTML
12. Line Breaks in HTML
13. Comments in HTML
14. HTML Tag Attributes
15. Character entities and non-breaking space
16. Anchor Tag and the Href Attribute
18. Tables in HTML
19. Lists in HTML
20. Client side scripting
21. Client-side scripts
22. Client Side Image Maps
32. The break and continue statement
36. Basics of Java
37. History of java
38. Primary goals of java language
39. Benefits of interpreted environment
40. Java Platform
41. Automatic memory management in java
42. Syntax of java program
43. Java applets
44. Java Servlet
45. JavaServer Page
46. Swing application
47. Java libraries
48. Documentation in Java
49. Java Basics
50. Applet Execution
51. HTML/Applet Interface
52. The Role of the Information Architect
53. Organization Information
54. Challenges of Organizing Information
55. Collaboration & Communication
56. Organizing Website and Internet
57. Creating Cohesive Organization Systems
58. Navigation Systems
59. Designing navigation systems
60. Searching Systems
61. Designing the Search Interface
62. Indexing the Right Stuff
63. Grouping Content
64. Conceptual design
65. Architectural Page Mockups
66. Design Sketches
67. Dynamic HTML
68. Web Designing
69. Good Web Design
70. Phases of Website Development
71. Structure of HTML Document
72. HTML Basics
73. HTML Tags
74. HTML Elements
75. Basic HTML Tags
76. Physical and Logical tags
77. HTML Character Entities
78. HTML fonts and backgrounds
79. HTML Colors
80. HTML Lists
81. HTML Links
82. HTML Images
83. Tables in HTML
84. Core Attributes
85. Language Attribute of HTML
86. Core and Block level elements
87. Text-level elements in HTML
88. Linking in HTML
89. Images and Anchors
90. Anchor attribute and image maps
91. Semantic Linking Meta Information
92. Image Preliminaries
93. Image buttons
94. HTML layout
95. HTML Layout with Tables
96. HTML Frames
97. Layout of frames
98. HTML & Media Types
99. Binary Formats in HTML
100. Style Sheets
101. Cascading style sheets basics
102. HTML Forms
103. Forms Control
104. Introduction to CGI
105. Alternatives to CGI
106. Hypertext Transfer Protocol
107. HTTP Request Methods
108. Uniform Resource Locator
109. URL Character Encoding Issues
110. Browser Requests
111. CGI Server Response
113. Content Negotiation
114. CGI Environment
115. CGI Output
116. Forms and CGI
117. Sending Data to Server
118. Form Tags
119. Decoding Form Input
120. Architectural Guidelines
121. Coding Guidelines
122. Efficiency and Optimization
123. Java Server Pages
124. Scripts in JSP
125. JSP Objects and Components
126. JSP Session Object
127. JSP Configuring
129. JSP Request Objects
130. JSP Response Objects
131. Retrieving the Contents of a HTML form
All topics are not listed because of character limitations set by the Play Store.
This app can be used without internet connection.
Each module contains lots of questions and you will get the answer by clicking on a particular question.
Java Programs and Questions present in this app makes you test your java programming language skills.
All java questions included in this application are cross verified in most of the java compilers.
Java Programs and Questions app is having around 1100+ frequently asked java interview questions and java programs with outputs for both freshers and experienced candidates on various topics like:
-Java basic programming
-Arrays and Strings
-Interfaces & Abstract Classes
-Threads, Multi-threaded programming in java
J2EE programming concepts included in this application includes:
-JSP (Java Server Pages)
-JDBC (Java to Database Connectivity)
Using this application you can test your JAVA skills.
This app makes you ready for any Java, J2EE, web based java Interview in software field.
It has got theoretical Java questions as well as java programming examples with clear explanations.
Highlights of this application:
1.It contains Most Frequently asked java Interview Questions and programs with answers and explanation for all the questions.
2.Simple UI with quick loading time.
3.All questions are written and proof read by industry experts who worked in Java/ j2ee for around 10 years.
After reading all Java Programs and Java Questions thoroughly you can clear almost any company’s interview in Java be it at fresher level interview, or experienced java interview.
Since Android applications are based on Java, with this application you can clear 40%of your android interviews also. Most of the android interviews will have both java+android questions.
Who gets benefited with this application:
1. Any fresh engineering graduate who is looking for job as a fresher in Software field on java.
2. Any experienced candidate who wants to switch company with 3-7 years of experience in java.
Note: This app works only with internet.
skillgun.com is the official owner of this application.
This app covers the following topics:
1) Hibernate Basic introduction
2) Maping files
3) Configuration files
4) POJO classes
5) Database Examples
6) Collections related examples
keywords: Hibernate Framework Tutorial
-> Question Bank and Online Tests right from your mobile/tablet.
(I) Interview Question Bank -
Thousands of Interview Questions of Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and HR Interviews inside. A must if you are preparing for any competitive exam or a job interview.
1. Computer Science Interview Question Bank.
(a) ASP Interview Question Bank
(b) C Interview Question Bank
(c) C++ Interview Question Bank
(d) Computer Networks Interview Question Bank
(e) Core Java Interview Question Bank
(f) Data Structures Interview Question Bank
(g) DBMS Interview Question Bank
(h) Dot Net Framework Interview Question Bank
(i) J2EE Interview Question Bank
(j) Java - EJB Interview Question Bank
(k) Java - JDBC,JNDI,JMS Interview Question Bank
(l) Java - RMI Interview Question Bank
(m) Java - Servlets Interview Question Bank
(n) Java Server Faces Interview Question Bank
(o) JSP Interview Question Bank
(p) MYSQL Interview Question Bank
(q) OOPS Interview Question Bank
(r) OS Interview Question Bank
(s) PHP Interview Question Bank
(t) SAP Interview Question Bank
2. Mechanical Engineering Interview Question Bank
3. HR Interview Question Bank
4. Bank PO and Clerk Questions
5. General Knowledge(GK) Questions
6. Reasoning - Verbal, Non Verbal and Data Interpretation(DI) Questions
(II) Online Tests -
Preparing for any competitive exam? Well then this is the right place for you.
Hundreds of test papers of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Reasoning, GK, Computer Awareness, Bank PO and Clerk examinations, SSC/UPSC Examinations and much more inside.
(a) Physics Test Papers.
(b) Chemistry Test Papers.
(c) Biology Test Papers.
(d) Reasoning Test Papers.
(e) GK Test Papers.
(f) Computer Awareness Test Papers.
(g) Bank PO Test Papers.
(h) Bank Clerk Test Papers.
-> Intuitive graphics, easy to navigate and a hassle free way to prepare for any examination.
-> Absolutely free.
1) Java Interview Questions with answer
2) JSP/Servlet Interview Questions with answer
3) ORACLE Interview Questions with answer
4) OOAD Interview Questions with answer
5) JDBC Interview Questions with answer
And Java Exams Subject wise (Questions with Explanations) for Company Java Test(Usually companies took exam for Freshers)
1)One time Install. No further internet connectivity required.
2) Anywhere , Anytime ( while travelling , at a doctors appointment ,even while waiting for an interview, watching TV etc) keep yourself up to date.
3) High Quality Questions.
It is based on data collected by Dr. Andy Coggan, a cycling coach at TrainingPeaks (trainingpeaks.com), and an author of 'Training and Racing with a Power Meter'. This is the most widely accepted and referenced benchmark for power output based on rider category.
Simply select the appropriate gender, input your weight (kg or lbs) , select one of a range of 8 categories ranging from professional to recreational, then select one of 4 efforts based on time. Are you interested in learning how good those guys are in the Grand European Tours, and how you compare to them? Prepare to be humbled.
This is intended to be a training guide, and does the same thing that Dr. Coggan's spreadsheet does. It just makes it easier for those who are spreadsheet challenged.
So go ahead, plug in your values, and set course for that first spring ride. Who knows? By then you will be outputting wattages worthy of a major assault on Mount Ventoux!