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JSP and Servlet training Chennai Reviews

JSP and Servlet training Chennai Reviewed by Mahbub

on 2020-10-03

5 / 5 5 Star Rating: Excellent

I just want to say thanks to the CCNP voice trainer and the iClass Training Chennai for helping me in getting placed in a start up Company. The institute is residing in Minjur in Chennai.

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JSP and Servlet training Chennai Reviewed by Vedanth

on 2020-10-02

5 / 5 5 Star Rating: Excellent

iClass Training Chennai in Shenoy Nagar was a very good learning experience. I loved the way they taught loadrunner for us using real time examples. Institute in Chennai had some good sessions on how to approach interview questions. All videos they played us to teach the concepts were fun. The best place to learn loadrunner.

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JSP and Servlet training Chennai Reviewed by Magan

on 2020-09-27

4 / 5 4 Star Rating: Very Good

I have been using iClass Training Chennai for learning different topics from Oracle Identity Manager . I am very happy with the training and help they are providing the institute is in Neelangarai from Chennai.

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JSP and Servlet training Chennai Reviewed by Maheen

on 2020-09-25

4 / 5 4 Star Rating: Very Good

Apache Flume Training at iClass Training Chennai is very good and very impressive. The trainer was very supportive and used to clear all the doubts after every class. I would recommend everyone who is looking out for RPA Training to join iClass Training Chennai in Singaperumalkoil at Chennai.

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iClass Chennai provides real-time and placement focused JSP and Servlet learning in chennai . Our JSP and Servlet course includes basic to advanced level with classroom & Online Learning options. JSP and Servlet course curriculam is designed to get the job placement in reputed MNC companies in chennai as quickly as once you complete the your JSP and Servlet course. Our JSP and Servlet trainers in chennai are certified and experienced working professionals with hands on real time knowledge. We have designed our course content and syllabus based on students requirement to achieve everyones career goal. In our JSP and Servlet training program, you will learn to work.

iClass Chennai offers JSP and Servlet course through online training with live one-to-one learning options. Considering covid-19 pandemic, many of our students in our iClass Chennai learning centers, opted to Online learning mode from Classroom. This helped them to continue JSP and Servlet training Online without any delay in course completion. We offer both combination of Classroom / Instructor-led training and JSP and Servlet online training in Chennai. Whenever you can travel, you can attend the JSP and Servlet classroom classes or choose to attend our JSP and Servlet online classes. You can also switch to Classroom from online classes without any additional course fees.

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iClass Chennai offers JSP and Servlet training with choice of multiple training locations across chennai. Our JSP and Servlet training centers are equipped with lab facilities and excellent infrastructure. We also provide JSP and Servlet certification training in chennai gives clear path for our students in. Through our associated JSP and Servlet training centers, we have trained more than 704 JSP and Servlet students and provided JSP and Servlet placement training in chennai. Our JSP and Servlet course fees is value for money and tailor-made course fees in chennai based on the each students training requirements. JSP and Servlet training in chennai conducted on day time classes, weekend training classes, evening batch classes and fast track training classes.

JSP and Servlet training course content and Syllabus in Chennai

  • 1.Overview and Setup
  • a.Understanding the role of servlets
  • b.Evaluating servlets vs. other technologies
  • c.Understanding the role of JSP
  • d.Configuring the server
  • e.Configuring your development environment
  • f.Testing the server setup
  • 2.Servlet Basics
  • a.The basic structure of servlets
  • b.A simple servlet that generates plain text
  • c.A servlet that generates HTML
  • d.Servlets and packages
  • e.Some utilities that help build HTML
  • f.The servlet life cycle
  • g.Servlet debugging strategies
  • 3.Handling the Client Request: Form Data
  • a.The role of form data
  • b.Creating and submitting HTML forms
  • c.Reading individual request parameters
  • d.Reading the entire set of request parameters
  • e.Handling missing and malformed data
  • f.Dealing with incomplete form submissions
  • g.Filtering special characters out of the request parameters
  • 4.Handling the Client Request: HTTP Request Headers
  • a.Reading HTTP request headers
  • b.Building a table of all the request headers
  • c.Understanding the various request headers
  • d.Reducing download times by compressing pages
  • e.Differentiating among types of browsers
  • 5.Generating the Server Response: HTTP Status Codes
  • a.Format of the HTTP response
  • b.How to set status codes
  • c.What the status codes are good for
  • d.Shortcut methods for redirection and error pages
  • e.A servlet that redirects users to browser-specific pages
  • f.A front end to various search engines
  • 6.Generating the Server Response: HTTP Response Headers
  • a.Format of the HTTP response
  • b.Setting response headers
  • c.Understanding what response headers are good for
  • d.Building Excel spread sheets
  • e.Generating JPEG images dynamically
  • f.Sending incremental updates to the browser
  • 7.Handling Cookies
  • a.Understanding the benefits and drawbacks of cookies
  • b.Sending outgoing cookies
  • c.Receiving incoming cookies
  • d.Tracking repeat visitors
  • e.Specifying cookie attributes
  • f.Differentiating between session cookies and persistent cookies
  • g.Simplifying cookie usage with utility classes
  • h.Modifying cookie values
  • i.Remembering user preferences
  • 8.Session Tracking
  • a.Implementing session tracking from scratch
  • b.Using basic session tracking
  • c.Understanding the session-tracking API
  • d.Differentiating between server and browser sessions
  • e.Encoding URLs
  • f.Storing immutable objects vs. storing mutable objects
  • g.Tracking user access counts
  • h.Accumulating user purchases
  • i.Implementing a shopping cart
  • j.Building an online store
  • 9.JSP Intro and Overview
  • a.Understanding the need for JSP
  • b.Evaluating the benefits of JSP
  • c.Comparing JSP to other technologies
  • d.Avoiding JSP misconceptions
  • e.Understanding the JSP lifecycle
  • f.Installing JSP pages
  • g.Looking at JSP in the real world
  • 10.Invoking Java Code with JSP Scripting Elements
  • a.Static vs. dynamic text
  • b.Dynamic code and good JSP design
  • c.JSP expressions
  • d.Servlets vs. JSP pages for similar tasks
  • e.JSP scriptlets
  • f.JSP declarations
  • g.Predefined variables
  • h.Comparison of expressions, scriptlets, and declarations
  • 11.Controlling the Structure of Generated Servlets: The JSP page Directive
  • a.Understanding the purpose of the page directive
  • b.Designating which classes are imported
  • c.Specifying the MIME type of the page
  • d.Generating Excel spreadsheets
  • e.Participating in sessions
  • f.Setting the size and behavior of the output buffer
  • g.Designating pages to handle JSP errors
  • h.Controlling threading behavior
  • 12.Including Files and Applets in JSP Pages
  • a.Using jsp:include to include pages at request time
  • b.Using <%@ include ... %> (the include directive) to include files at page translation time
  • c.Understanding why jsp:include is usually better than the include directive
  • d.Using jsp:plugin to include applets for the Java Plug-in
  • 13.Using JavaBeans Components in JSP Documents
  • a.Understanding the benefits of beans
  • b.Creating beans
  • c.Installing bean classes on your server
  • d.Accessing bean properties
  • e.Explicitly setting bean properties
  • f.Automatically setting bean properties from request parameters
  • g.Sharing beans among multiple servlets and JSP pages
  • 14.Integrating Servlets and JSP: The Model View Controller (MVC) Architecture
  • a.Understanding the benefits of MVC
  • b.Using RequestDispatcher to implement MVC
  • c.Forwarding requests from servlets to JSP pages
  • d.Handling relative URLs
  • e.Choosing among different display options
  • f.Comparing data-sharing strategies
  • 15.Simplifying Access to Java Code: The JSP 2.0 Expression Language
  • a.Motivating use of the expression language
  • b.Understanding the basic syntax
  • c.Understanding the relationship of the expression language to the MVC architecture
  • d.Referencing scoped variables
  • e.Accessing bean properties, array elements, List elements, and Map entries
  • f.Using expression language operators
  • g.Evaluating expressions conditionally
  • 16.Using and Deploying Web Applications
  • a.Purpose of Web applications
  • b.Structure of Web applications
  • c.Setting up Web applications with Tomcat
  • d.Giving custom addresses to servlets
  • e.Sharing data among Web applications
  • 17.Controlling Web Application Behavior with web.xml
  • a.Location and purpose of web.xml
  • b.Custom URLs
  • c.Initialization parameters
  • d.Preloading pages
  • e.Welcome pages
  • f.Error pages
  • 18.Servlet and JSP Filters
  • a.Filter basics
  • b.Accessing the servlet context
  • c.Using initialization parameters
  • d.Blocking responses
  • e.Modifying responses
  • 19.Web Application Lifecyle Listeners
  • a.Reason for listeners
  • b.Monitoring creation and destruction of the servlet context
  • c.Detecting changes in servlet context attributes
  • d.Recognizing session creation and destruction
  • e.Watching for changes in session attributes
  • f.Combining activities
  • 20.Creating Custom JSP Tag Libraries: The Basics
  • a.Java-based tags
  • i.Components of a tag library
  • ii.Basic tags
  • iii.Tags that use body content
  • iv.Tags that optionally use body content
  • b.JSP-based tags (tag files)
  • i.Components of a tag library
  • ii.Basic tags
  • iii.Tags that use attributes
  • iv.Tags that use body content
  • 21.Custom JSP Tag Libraries: Advanced Topics
  • a.Tags with dynamic attribute values
  • b.Tags with complex objects for attributes
  • c.Manipulating the tag body
  • d.Looping tags
  • e.Nested tags
  • f.Using SAX and TagLibraryValidator to validate tag library syntax
  • 22.The JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
  • a.Obtaining JSTL documentation and code
  • b.The JSTL Expression Language
  • c.Looping Tags
  • d.Conditional Evaluation Tags
  • e.Database Access Tags
  • f.Other Tags
  • 23.Accessing Databases with JDBC
  • a.Overview of JDBC technology
  • b.JDBC drivers
  • c.Seven basic steps in using JDBC
  • d.Using JNDI with JDBC
  • e.Retrieving data from a ResultSet
  • f.Using prepared and callable statements
  • g.Handling SQL exceptions
  • h.Submitting multiple statements as a transaction
  • 24.Ajax: Asynchronous Page Updates
  • a.The basic Ajax process
  • b.Using dynamic content and JSP
  • c.Using dynamic content and servlets
  • d.Sending GET data
  • e.Sending POST data
  • f.Displaying HTML results
  • g.Parsing and displaying XML results

JSP and Servlet training duration in Chennai

Regular Classes( Morning, Day time & Evening)

  • Duration : 7 Weeks

Weekend Training Classes( Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)

  • Duration : 11 Weeks

Fast Track Training classes ( 5+ hours daily)

  • Duration : within 56 Days

JSP and Servlet trainer Profile & Placement

Our JSP and Servlet Trainers

  • More than 7 Years of experience in JSP and Servlet Technologies
  • Has worked on 7 realtime JSP and Servlet projects
  • Working in a MNC company in Chennai
  • Trained 704 Students so far.
  • Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge
  • JSP and Servlet certified Professionals

JSP and Servlet (JSP and Servlet) Placement Training in Chennai

  • More than 704 students Trained
  • 520 students Placed
  • 251 Interviews Organized
  • Placement Supported by InterviewDesk.com

JSP and Servlet training Locations in Chennai

Our JSP and Servlet Training centers

  • Adambakkam
  • Adyar
  • Ambattur
  • Anna Nagar
  • Anna Salai
  • Ashok Nagar
  • Choolaimedu
  • Chromepet
  • Ekkattuthangal
  • Guindy
  • Kodambakkam
  • Madipakkam
  • Mylapore
  • Nungambakkam
  • OMR
  • Porur
  • Saidapet
  • Sholinganallur
  • T. Nagar
  • Tambaram
  • Vadapalani
  • Vadapalani
  • Velachery
  • Villivakkam
  • Virugambakkam

JSP and Servlet training batch size (students per class) in Chennai

Regular Batch ( Morning, Day time & Evening)

  • Seats Available : 6 students maximum per batch

Weekend Training Batch( Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)

  • Seats Available : 6 trainees per batch

Fast Track batch

  • Seats Available : 5 maximum allowed in the class.

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