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Practical Java Language Topics

Course Code: P-JPRACT
Length: 1 Day
Tuition: $599.00

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Course Description:

The Java platform has many powerful capabilities to help developers in the day to day tasks of creating good software systems. Some of this are built into the langauge, and some are separate tools that have become widely adopted because of their usefulness.

This one day course looks at the following three tools that can be of enoromous help to programmers that are writing Java systems:

 

  • ant: A Java-based build tool that uses XML configuration files to control the build
  • JUnit: A testing framework that simpleifies writing and maintaing test code. This course uses JUnit 4, and the Java 5 annotations associated with it.
  • Logging with log4J, Commons Logging, or Java logging: Logging packages that make logging efficient and easy to use

These technologies are very powerful, yet it is easy to learn the basics in a very short time. This one day course provides those basics, and gives programmers the experience necessary to use these tools to be more productive and create better software systems.

All labs can be done with the Eclipse IDE or a simple editor, and the lab instructions include detailed directions on both environments.

Skills Gained

  • Understand how ant and buildfiles work
  • Use ant to control a build; create buildfiles
  • Be familiar with testing and test-driven development
  • Use JUnit to create good testing structures for your Java code
  • Be aware of the different logging choices available in Java
  • Use the most popular Java logging frameworks to create good logging structures

Prerequisites

Course Outline:

ant: Basics

  • ant Overview
  • Installing and Running ant
  • Buildfiles, Projects, Targets and Tasks
  • Properties
  • Creating Build Files
  • Paths(e.g. CLASSPATH, PATH)
  • Resource Collections - FileSets, DirSets, Files, PatternSets
  • Other Resource Collections and Selectors
  • LABS:
    • Running ant
    • Creating and Using Buildfiles
    • Using Basic ant Tasks
    • Working with Paths
    • Using Resource Collections

ant: Tasks

  • Overview of ant Tasks
  • The  Task in Depth
  • The  Task in Depth
  • Creating Java Archives - , ,
  • File Related Tasks
  • Other Useful Tasks
  • LABS:
    • Working with  and
    • Creating Archives
    • Working With File Tasks

ant: Modularity

  • Properties Files
  • The  Task and SubProjects
  • The  Task For Importing Buildfiles
  • LABS:
    • Working With Properties Files
    • Creating Modular Buildfiles

JUnit: Basics

  • JUnit Overview, Test Driven Development
  • Tests and Assertions
  • Running Tests
  • Working With Exceptions
  • LABS:
    • Writing Tests
    • Running Tests
    • Testing Exceptions

 JUnit: Organizing Tests

  • Writing Fixtures - @Before, @After
  • Test Suites
  • Other Capabilities
  • The ant  Task
  • LABS:
    • Using Fixtures
    • Using Suites

Logging: Basics

  • Logging Overview
  • log4j Overview
  • Loggers, Appenders, Layouts
  • Configuring log4j
  • Using log4j
  • LABS:
    • Setting Up log4j
    • Using Basic log4j Logging

Logging: More On log4j

  • Logger Heirarchy
  • Logging Levels
  • Working With Appenders
  • Using PatternLayout
  • LABS:
    • Working With Loggers
    • Working With Appenders
    • Using Layouts

Logging: Other Logging Frameworks

  • Java Logging
  • Apache Commons Logging

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