Learn Java from scratch in English (Indian slang)
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Learn Java from scratch in English (Indian slang)

Become a legend in Java programming language
4.4 (4 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
1,215 students enrolled
Created by RAKESH P
Last updated 1/2019
English
Current price: $13.99 Original price: $19.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will have the basic knowledge of java.
  • You will learn all the basic and medium level concepts.
  • You will get the knowledge from scratch with real-time and real-life examples.
  • After this course, you can develop own applications.
Requirements
  • You don't need to know anything. I will teach you each and everything.
Description

What is the course about?

"Learn Java from scratch” covers all the essential programming techniques and concepts, that are required to build the real-time Java application in English language. 

I have tried to bring all the essential topics of java programming (which is the necessity of every student ) under one umbrella, to save your time, to save your money and to help you learn what you want to learn. 

What kind of materials are included?

This course is the aggregation of all the important topics of Java. This course covers 

  • Introduction to Java

    • What is Java?

    • Brief History of Java

    • Why is Java called Java?

    • Where is Java used?

    • Types of Java Applications

    • Java feature

  • Java Class Structure

    • What is Java class structure?

    • Anatomy of Java class

  • Java Internal Operations

    • Runtime Operations

    • How Java works internally?

    • Why is Java platform independent?

    • JVM VS JRE VS JDK

  • Java Variables

  • Java Operators

  • Java Conditional Statements

  • Java Loop Control Statements

  • Java class basic syntax

  • Garbage Collection

  • Encapsulation

  • Inheritance and types in detail using sample programs

  • Overloading vs Overriding

  • Abstraction

  • Access Modifiers

  • Collections in detail

  • Multi-threading in detail

  • Java I/O (Input/Output)

  • and many more

How is this course structured?

  1. I will teach you in a hierarchical way from the basic to advance level.

  2. There is a video lecture on every topic explained in English.

Who is the target audience?

  1. An Absolute beginner who want to learn java from scratch

  2. If you know the basics of Java but wants to go deep in Java, to learn the object-oriented concepts, graphical user interfaces and database in Java then this course is for you!

  3. Students can take this course who want to learn java from scratch

Who this course is for:
  • This course is for any students who want to learn Java from scratch.
  • You can take this course if you want to polish your knowledge if you listen java word first time you can take this course.
Course content
Expand all 125 lectures 07:03:44
+ Java Class Structure
7 lectures 25:45
Java Class Structure
01:45
What is Java class?
01:53
Class vs Object
06:03
What are Constructors? & Constructor Types
03:58
Naming Conventions
03:19
Single Line Comment vs Multiple Lines Comments
03:59
+ Java Internal Operations
4 lectures 10:35
Runtime Operations
01:35
How Java works internally?
03:04
Why is Java platform independent?
01:51
JVM VS JRE VS JDK
04:05
Java Basics
2 questions
+ Introduction to NetBeans
1 lecture 04:59
How to create a new projects in NetBeans?
04:59
+ Java Variables
5 lectures 14:26
Variables in Java
02:44
Variable naming conventions
01:38
Sample program to explain about variables
05:46
keywords in Java basic
02:00
Memory creation
02:18
+ Data types
5 lectures 25:10
Primitive data types in detail
08:02
Sample program to explain about primitive data type "byte"
05:44
What is unicode? Why Java uses unicode over other standards?
05:30
Sample program to explain about unicode
02:50
Primitive data types - old lecture
03:04
Java Dataypes Quiz
3 questions
+ Java String
4 lectures 17:16
String introduction
03:25
String handling approaches
05:20
Sample program to explain about String
04:12
String literal vs new keyword
04:19
+ Java Operators
8 lectures 32:23
Java Operators - old lecture
03:41
Arithmetic operators in detail with sample program
07:30
Relational operators in detail with sample program
03:14
Program to convert inchs to cms
03:14
Logical "AND" operator in detail with sample program
04:20
Logical "OR" operator in detail with sample program
03:38
Java Operators Sample Program - old lecture
03:23
ternary operator statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
03:23
+ Java Conditional Statements
8 lectures 30:58
if-else conditional statement basics
02:26
what is "if else" in Java? - old lecture
01:59
if conditional statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
04:11
if-else conditional statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
04:07
if-else-if ladder syntax, real-life examples and sample program
05:19
nested if conditional statement syntax, real-life examples and sample program
03:35
If else
03:48
switch sample program
05:33
+ Java Loop Control Statements
8 lectures 32:40
Java Loop Control Statements basics
01:45
for loop concept, syntax, and sample program
05:18
for loop sample program - old lecture (Can be skipped)
03:26
while loop concept, syntax, and sample program
04:50
while loop sample program - old lecture (Can be skipped)
03:38
do-while loop concept, syntax, and sample program
05:10
do while sample program - Old lecture (can be skipped)
04:54
break concept, syntax and sample program
03:39