Java Full Stack Web Developer

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Java Full Stack Web Development course is all about front end and back-end development both. In this course you will learn the basics and advance concepts of Java. With that, you will also learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Hibernate and Spring framework and much more. In this course you will not only learn the technical skills, but also the soft skills that are required in the industry. 

Why should one choose this course?

There are around 20,000 Full-Stack Developer Jobs available in India, according to just And that’s just; there are a slew of other interesting sites to check out, like, indeed, LinkedIn, and a slew of others.

In India, Bangalore has the most employment chances and the highest yearly full stack developer compensation, followed by Mumbai and Gurgaon. Bangalore also boasts the most start-up employment chances in India because it is the start-up capital. Because Bangalore is regarded the centre of India’s IT sector, a full stack developer’s compensation in Bangalore is more likely to be greater than in other locations.

What is the scope of this course?


Full-stack developers are capable of working with a variety of technologies, allowing them to manage more parts of a project than a typical coder.

They save firms money since they can perform the task of a large number of professionals on their own. A full-stack developer is knowledgeable about a variety of stacks, including MEAN and LAMP. Their broad experience in a variety of fields enables them to meet the project’s specific objectives.

Full-stack engineers earn around Rs. 6.3 L. PA on average in India, with professionals earning up to Rs. 16 L. PA. Because of their specialised skill sets and talents, companies are prepared to pay full-stack engineers a high salary

Course Structure

Section-1: Core Java
Lesson 1: Introduction to Java
Lesson 2: Java History
Lesson 3: Why Java
Lesson 4: JVM
Lesson 5: Class, Objects, Data Types
Lesson 6: Variables
Lesson 7: Type Casting
Lesson 8: Object Oriented programming Concepts
Lesson 9: Java Coding standards
Lesson 10: Package – Creating package, naming package
Lesson 11: Java Keywords
Lesson 12: Access Specifiers – Public, Private, Protected, Default
Lesson 13: Static Concept – Block, Variable, Method, Class
Lesson 14: Scanner Class
Lesson 15: Control Statement – If, If…else, Nested if…else and SwitchCase
Lesson 16: Flow Statement- for, while, do..while
Lesson 17: Constructor- Default, Parameterized
Lesson 18: Inheritance
Lesson 19: Extends, super and this keyword
Lesson 20: Method Overloading, Method Overriding
Lesson 21: Interface
Lesson 22: Abstract Class
Lesson 23: Garbage Collection
Lesson 24: Marker Interface
Lesson 25: Serialization
Lesson 26: Transient
Lesson 27: Exception Handling
Lesson 28: Exception Handling- try, catch, throw, throws, finally
Lesson 29: String Concept § String Basics § String Methods
Lesson 30: String Buffer
Lesson 31: String Builder
Lesson 32: Custom Immutable Class
Lesson 33: Collection Framework – Collection Basics – Iterator Interface – Methods of Collection Interface
Lesson 34: Collection Framework Advance Concepts
Lesson 35: Java Enum
Lesson 36: Date Concept
Lesson 37: File Handling Concept
Lesson 38: Thread
Lesson 39: Multithreading
Lesson 40: Thread Synchronization
Lesson 41: JDK 1.8.0 New Features
Lesson 42: JDK 1.9.0 New Features
Lesson 43: JDK 11 New Features

Section-2: Advanced Java
Lesson 1: JDBC
Lesson 2: Servlets
Lesson 3: JSP
Lesson 4: Web Services (XML, JSON, REST, SOAP)
Lesson 5: Frameworks (Spring, Hibernate)

Section-1: HTML CSS
Lesson 2:HTML-Introduction
Lesson 3:HTML-Grouping Using Div Span
Lesson 4:HTML-Lists and Tables
Lesson 5:HTML-Images
Lesson 6:HTML-Hyperlink
Lesson 7:HTML-Iframe
Lesson 8:HTML-Form
Lesson 9:HTML-Headers
Lesson 10:CSS3-Introduction
Lesson 11:CSS3-Syntax
Lesson 12:CSS3-Selectors
Lesson 13:CSS3-Color Background Cursor
Lesson 14:CSS3-Text Fonts
Lesson 15:CSS3-Lists Tables
Lesson 16:CSS3-Box Model
Lesson 17:CSS3-Display Positioning
Lesson 18:CSS Floats

Section-2: JavaScript
Lesson 1: JavaScript Operators, Methods, and Keywords
Lesson 2: Program with Variables, Data Types, and Functions
Lesson 3: Implement and Analyze Decisions and Loops
Lesson 4: Interact with the Document Object Model
Lesson 5: Interact with HTML Forms

Lesson 1: Understanding Core Database Concepts
Lesson 2: Creating Database Objects
Lesson 3: Manipulating Data
Lesson 4: Understanding Data Storage
Lesson 5: Administering a Database

Lesson 1: GIT
Lesson 2; Jenkins
Lesson 3: Heroku
Lesson 4: Maven
Lesson 5: Gradle

Lesson 1: Selenium

Lesson 1: MVC
Lesson 2: DAO
Lesson 3: Singleton & Factory

Section: Apache

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Entry Level 
Approx. average Rs. 3.58 LPA

Approx. average Rs. 8 LPA

Expert Level 
Approx. average Rs. 1 Cr. PA
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