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L4 Industrial Java

Developing Industrial Applications in Java(TM)

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formateur
Objectives
  • Master the concepts of Java
  • Secure your Java applications exception handling language
  • Master Java threads
  • Learn Applet creation and use
  • Learn how to call C/C++ functions from Java programs through JNI
  • Use collections of objects in Java
  • Master the main utility classes in Java
  • Optimize the Java code
Practical exercises may be done either locally on the PC or by using the MicroEJ SDK to target an embedded microcontroller
Course environment
  • A PC for two trainees with
    • The JDK
    • Eclipse development environment for Java applications
  • Course material, printed (for face to face trainings) and in PDF format
  • Exercises source code (with solutions)
Prerequisites
  • Knowledge of a programming language like C or C + +

First Day
Introduction
  • History of Java
  • Features of Java
    • Portability
    • Security
    • Robustness
    • Simplicity
    • Multithreading
  • The JDK (Java Development Kit)
  • The virtual machine
  • The basics of JAVA
    • Data types
    • Operators
    • Flow control
Exercise:  Write the "Hello World" program in Java
Object Programming in Java
  • Object-oriented programming
    • Encapsulation
    • Inheritance
    • Polymorphism
    • Interfaces
Exercise:  Write a producer-consumer program in java (plant)
  • The nested classes and interfaces
    • Internal Classes
    • Anonymous Classes
  • Typecasts and instanceof operator
  • Packages
    • definition
    • import
    • search order
Exercise:  Rewrite the plant using anonymous classes
Advanced aspects
  • Generics in Java
    • Generic Classes (parameterized)
    • Generic Methods
Exercise:  Configuring the plant with generic types
  • Java exceptions
    • Presentation of exceptions and their mechanism
    • Capture and propagation of exceptions
    • Exception classes
    • Business exceptions
Exercise:  Controlling the plant with exceptions
Second Day
Multitask programming in Java
  • What is a thread
  • The Java threading API
  • Inter-thread synchronization
  • Thread scheduling
  • Asynchronous communication between threads
Exercise:  Create two plants working in parallel, the second consuming the products of the first
Java utility classes
  • Manipulating strings
    • The String class
    • The StringBuffer class
  • Input/Output
    • The java.io package
    • Standard I/O read and write
    • Reading and writing text files
Exercise:  Write a program that reads a text file and print one word per line
  • Mathematical computations:
    • The java.lang.Math class
  • Date management
    • The Calendar class
  • Internationalization
    • The Locale class
  • Environment access
    • The System class
    • The Runtime class
Exercise:  Modify the program to sort the result (using the "sort" command)
Third Day
Data management in Java
  • Collections
    • The collection types and interfaces
    • The collection abstract classes
    • The implementation classes
  • The Iterator interface
  • Comparing and sorting objects
  • Rational use of collections
Exercise:  Rewrite the previous program to count the number of occurrences of each word and display the 10 most frequent
Applets
  • What is an Applet
  • The Applet-specific APIs
  • Declaring an Applet in HTML
  • Applets and security
    • Signature and certificate
    • Generating a signed Applet
  • Communicating between Applets
  • Communicating with the browser
The Java Native Interface (JNI)
  • Interfacing Java code with C/C++ code
  • Overview of the Java Native Interface
  • Calling a native method or function
  • Naming conventions for called functions
  • Passing Java objects to C/C++ code
  • Accessing Java objects from C/C++ code
  • SWIG (Simplified Wrapper and Interface Generator)
    • Interfacing Java code to existing C/C++ code.
Fourth Day
Packages, Interfaces and "jar" files
  • Creating a Package
  • Creating an Interface
  • Creating a Jar file
Security in Java
  • Security of the Java 2 platform
    • The Class Loader
    • Security Domains
    • The Access Controller
  • The Security Manager
    • Security rules files
    • Permissions
    • The FilePermission class
  • Cryptography
    • Digital signatures
    • Certificates
Optimization
  • Just in Time (JIT) compiler
  • Ahead of Time (AoT) static compiler
  • Choosing the compiling mode
  • Some rules to write efficient code
  • Monitoring tools