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Inside BIOS


Inside BIOS Basic Input/Output System also incorrectly known as Basic Integrated Operating System and occasionally Built In Operating System.
BIOS refers to the firmware code run by an IBM compatible PC when first powered on.

The primary function of the BIOS is to prepare the machine so other software programs stored on various media (such as hard drives, floppies, and CDs) can load, execute, and assume control of the PC.

This process is known as booting up.
BIOS The set of routines stored in read-only memory that enable a computer to start the operating system and to communicate with the various devices in the system, such as disk drives, keyboard, monitor, printer, and communications ports.

Contents :-
Inside BIOS
  • About BIOS
    Introduction to BIOS
    What BIOS Does?
    Booting the Computer
    Configuring BIOS
    Updating Your BIOS
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Inside Operating System


InsideOperatingSystem An Operating System is the software that controls the operation of a computer, directs the input and output of data, keeps track of files, and controls the processing of computer programs.

Its roles include managing the functioning of the computer hardware, running the applications programs, serving as an interface between the computer and the user, and allocating computer resources to various functions. Through a process called time-sharing, a large computer can handle interaction with hundreds of users simultaneously, giving each the perception of being the sole user.

When several jobs reside in the computer simultaneously and share resources (multitasking), the OS allocates fixed amounts of CPU time and memory in turn or allows one job to read data while another writes to a printer and still another performs computations.
Operating systems offer a number of services to application programs and users. Applications access these services through application programming interfaces (APIs) or system calls. By invoking these interfaces, the application can request a service from the operating system, pass parameters, and receive the results of the operation.
For hand-held and desktop computers, the GUI is generally considered part of the operating system. For large multiuser systems, the GUI is generally implemented as an application program that runs outside the operating system.

Contents :-
Inside Operating System
  • Inside Operating System
    Introduction to OS
    Essential Elements of OS
    Types of Operating System
    Task of OS
    Booting! What is this?
    What is Process Management?
    Memory Management
    Device Management
    UI Management
    Computer Network and OS
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Windows 98


Windows 98 Windows 98 is an operating system that lets you use different types of applications or software. For example, it allows you to use a word processing application to write a letter, and a spreadsheet application to track your financial information.

Windows 98 is a graphical user interface (GUI). It has pictures (graphical) that you use (user) to communicate (interface) with the computer. This type of system is popular because it's logical, fun and easy to use.

This operating system has multitasking capabilities, meaning it can run several applications at the same time. Multitasking allows you to view this module on the Internet at the same time that you practice using other applications with Windows 98.

Contents :-
Windows 98
  • Introduction to Windows 98
    Introduction
    New features
  • Installing windows 98
    How to Install Windows 98? Step-by-Step
  • Getting Started
    The Desktop
    Part of a Window
    Moving, Sizing, and Organizing Windows
    Switching between windows
    Dialog Boxes
    Identifying File Box Features
    Pointing and Clicking
    Working with menus
    Using Find in Windows 98
    Getting Help
  • Windows Desktop & Start menu
    Selecting wallpaper of choice
    Applying screensaver
    Active Desktop
    Different Desktop Styler
    Customizing Start Menu
    Creating Desktop Shortcut
    Modifying Display setting
  • Windows Taskbar & System tray
    Taskbar
    Quick Launch toolbar
    System tray
  • Drives, Files & Folders
    What is a Drive?
    What is a Folder?
    What is a File?
    Create, rename, copy, move a File/Folder
  • Favorite
    What are Favorites?
    Adding Files & folder to favorite
    Using Favorite
  • Settings
    Taskbar setting
    Installing Printer
    Printer Setting
    Canceling a Print job
    Setting Data & Time
    Mouse setting
  • Accessibility Options
    Introduction
    Accessibility wizard
    Using Control Panel to set Accessibility options
  • Magnifier
    Using Magnifier
  • Font & Character Map
    What is a Font?
    Installing a new Font
    Using Character Map
  • Multimedia
    Multimedia features
    Plug & Play
  • Maintenance
    Maintenance Wizard
    System tune-up tools
  • What is a Network?
    What is a Network?
    What is a browser?
    Getting Connected to Internet
    Navigating WWW
  • Using Outlook Express
    Sending a message
    Attaching a file to a message
    Receiving and reading a message
    Adding e-mail addresses to the address book
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Windows VISTA


WindowsVista Windows Vista contains hundreds of new and reworked features; some of the most significant include an updated graphical user interface and visual style dubbed Windows Aero, improved searching features, new multimedia creation tools such as Windows DVD Maker, and completely redesigned networking, audio, print, and display sub-systems. Vista also aims to increase the level of communication between machines on a home network using peer-to-peer technology, making it easier to share files and digital media between computers and devices.

Microsoft assures you that Windows Vista will bring transparency to your world, so you can more safely and confidently rely on your PC. Get more lively multi-media experience with dynamic audio-video output, music and TV, exclusively on your Windows Vista-based PC.

Windows Vista also enables you to always stay connected to the people who are important to you from anywhere. Windows Vista always supports you to do what you dreamt of.

Contents :-
Windows Vista
  • The Basics of Windows Vista
    New features in Windows Vista
    Vista Versions
    Logging On
    The Vista Screen
  • Getting Started with Vista
    Working with Mouse
    Using the Keyboard
    Using the Welcome Center
    Viewing the Demos
    Using the Desktop
    Using the Start Menu
    System Tray
    Using the Taskbar and Quick Launch
    Exiting Vista
    Logging off the Computer
    Restarting & Turning off the Computer
  • Working with Vista
    Application Basics
    Moving Around in a Program
    Launching Help from an Application
    Ending a Frozen Program
    Exiting a Program
    Working with a Window
  • Working with Files & Menus
    Understanding Files & Folders
    Basics of Menus
  • Basic Vista Programs
    Notepad & WordPad
    Windows Media Player
    Calendar
    Managing your Contacts
    Windows Photo Gallery
  • Using Internet on Vista
    Launching Internet Explorer
    IE 7 User Interface
    Surfing Internet with new the IE 7
  • Using Windows Vista Help
    Windows Vista Help
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Windows XP


MicrosoftXP Windows XP, Microsoft's first OS to combine the Windows 9x code with the NT code, finally removing the MS-DOS layer from Windows 9x, was released on October 25, 2001.
Windows XP is a line of proprietary operating systems developed by Microsoft for use on general-purpose computer systems, including home and business desktops, notebook computers, and media centers.The letters "XP" stand for eXPerience.XP added improved support for gaming, digital photography, instant messaging and wireless networking.

It added a personal firewall, and it improved the sharing of connections to the Internet.XP handles audio and video more efficiently than earlier versions of Windows, something which becomes apparent when you're using Windows Messenger.

Contents :-
Windows XP
  • Introduction to Windows XP
    Introduction
    Description XP
    Getting Started with Windows XP
    Turn off, Restart, Stand By
    The Run Window
  • Windows XP Basic
    The Operating System
    The Windows
    Handling Mouse and Keyboard
  • Desktop
    Get to Know the Desktop
    The Bars and Start Button
    The Icon and Shortcuts
    Change the Date and Time
    Visualize the ToolBars
  • Windows XP Explorer
    Explorer
    Explorer Window
    Explorer Views
    Selecting/Deleting Files
    Make New Folder
    Files and Folder Properties
  • Searching
    Searching
    Searching Files and Folder
    Searching for People
  • Recycle Bin
    Introduction to Recycle Bin
    Restoring files or folder
    Emptying the Recycle Bin
  • Screen Configuration
    Introduction
    The Screen Saver
    Screen Appearance
    Resolution and Color
  • Mouse Configuration
    The Buttons
    The Pointer
    Pointer Option
  • Adding/Removing Programs
    Adding New Programs
    Modifying/Removing Programs
    Adding Windows Components
  • Adding New Hardware
    Introduction
    Adding Hardware
    To Install Windows XP
  • Printer
    Installing a Printer
    The Print Manager
    Printer Properties
  • System Tools
    System Tools
    The Disk Defragmenter
    System Information
    Restore System
    Formatting a Disk
  • Accessibility Option
    Using Accessibility Wizard
    Adjusting Accesibility Options
    Adjusting Display Options
    Adjusting Keyboard Options
    Adjusting Taskbar and Menu
    Using Narrator
  • Magnifier
    Using Magnifier
    Turning ON and use Magnifier
    Changing the position of the Magnifier
    Invert the Color of Magnifier
  • Windows Media Player
    Windows Media Player
    Current Playing
    Handling the Player
    How to Create a Play list
    The CD Player
    Copying a CD
  • What's New?
    XP Documentation-PCE
    New Views and Option in Folder
    Security Center
    Networking
    Browsing the Interner
  • Schedule Task
    Schedule Task
  • Creating Your Account
    Manage User Profile
  • Sound
    Sound
  • Window's Help
    Window's Help
  • How to Install Windows XP
    Upgrade to Windows XP
    To install XP in new Hard Drive
    To install XP in New Folder
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DOS


DOS Microsoft Disk Operating System is the Microsoft-marketed version of the first widely-installed operating system in personal computers.
It was essentially the same Operating System that Bill Gates's young company developed for IBM as Personal Computer- Disk Operating System(PC-DOS).

Most users... of either DOS system reffered to their systems as Disk Operating System .

Like PC-DOS , MS-DOS was (and still is) a non-graphical line-oriented command driven operating system, with a relatively simple interface but not overly "fiendly" user interface.Its prompt to enter a command look like this :
C:>
The first Microsoft Windows operating system was really an application that ran on top of MS-DOS operating System.
Today, Windows operating Systems continue to support DOS(or a DOS-like user interface) for special purpose by emulating the operating system.

Contents :-
DOS
  • Introduction to Operating System
    Introduction
    Disk and Drives
    Working with Files & Directories
  • DOS (Disk Operating System)
    Introduction to DOS
    History of DOS
    Why we need DOS?
    Activating DOS from Window
    The DOS Prompt
    Typing a Command in DOS
  • DOS Commands
    Internal Commands
    External Commands
  • DOS Directories and Files
    Directory Command
    Scroll through the Directory Listing
    Pause a Directory Listing
    View a Wide Listing of Files
    Recall a DOS Command
    Print a Directory Listing
    Check for a Single File
    Check for a group of File
    List Fie with the Same Extention
    Clear the Screen
    Creat a DOS File
    Copy a File
    Copy a File with New Extention
    Type a File with DOS
    Rename a File
    Rename a Group of File
    Creat a Subdirectory
    Move to a Subdirectory
    Set the DOS Prompt
    Move to the Parent Directory
    Copy a File into a Subdirectory
    Copy a Group of File into a Subdirectory
    List File in a Subdirectory
    List File in the Root from the Subdirectory
    Select the Directory List
    List Subdirectories
    Delete a Single File
    Delete a Group of Files
    Delete all Files in a Subdirectory
    Remove a Subdirectory
  • Descriptive DOS Commands
    Attrib
    Cd or chdir
    Chkdsk
    Cls
    Copy
    Copy device
    Defrag
    Del or erase
    Deltree
    Dir
    Echo
    Edit
    Exit
    Fdisk
    Find
    Format
    Help
    Interlnk
    Intersvr
    Label
    Md or mkdir
    Mem
    Memmaker
    More
    Move
    Msd
    Pcpark
    Rd or rmdir
    Rem
    Ren
    Scandisk
    Set
    Sort
    Time and date
    Tree
    Truename
    Type
    Undelete
    Ver
    Xcopy
  • Special Features in DOS
    Formatting a Floppy Disk
    Adding Parameters to a command
    Set the Date and Time
    Check the Date and Time
    Change the Default Drive
    Diskcopy Command
    Copying a File from the Hard Drive to a Floppy Disk
    Comparing two diskettes
    Checking the Condition of a Disk
    Displaying the contents of a file
    Wildcards
    Help
    Input/Output Redirection and Filter Commands
  • Batch Files in DOS
    What's a batch file?
    How does a batch file work?
    What commands can we used in a batch file?
    What are the special characters commonly used in a batch file?
    How can we create a batch file?
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LINUX


Linux Basics Linux is a Unix-like computer operating system. Linux is one of the most prominent examples of free software and open source development; typically all underlying source code can be freely modified, used, and redistributed by anyone.

The Linux kernel was first released to the public on 17 September 1991, for the Intel x86 PC architecture. The kernel was augmented with system utilities and libraries from the GNU project to create a usable operating system, which led to an alternative term, GNU/Linux.

Linux is packaged for different uses in Linux distributions, which contain the sometimes modified kernel along with a variety of other software packages tailored to different requirements.
Linux is a complete operating system that is similar but not identical to UNIX. It runs on a wide variety of hardware, ranging from 386's/486's/Pentium*/etc to more exotic hardware such as Digital Alpha computers, PowerPCs, and Silicon Graphics workstations.
Probably the most unique characterisitc of Linux is that it is freely distributable. Freely distributable means that the source code for the kernel and most software cannot be withheld. It does not mean that companies cannot charge for it.

Contents :-
LINUX
  • Introduction to Linux
    The Unix era
    History of Linux
    Linux today
    Turn off, Restart, Stand By Why Linux?
    What is Linux Distribution?
    Different Linux Distributions
    Some Popular Linux Distributions
    How to Choose a Distribution?
    Downloading Linux
  • Installing Linux
    Prerequisites
    Pre-install Tasks
    Installing Linux
    Post Installation Tasks
  • Getting Started With Linux
    Logging into Linux
    Desktop Elements
    Working with Desktop
    Creating new Desktop Folder
    Creating Desktop shortcuts
  • Desktop Environments
    X Windows System
    Gnome Desktop Environment
    KDE
    Other DE and Window Managers
  • Linux Office Applications(OpenOffice.Org)
    Introduction
    Using Word Processor
    Spreadsheets and Presentation
    Creating PDF
  • Working with Terminal/Shell
    Introduction to Linux Shell
    Starting and Customizing Shell interface
    Basic Shell commands
    Basic File Manipulation commands
    Basic Directory commands
    Using Vi editor
    Using nano text editor
  • Multimedia and Games
    Playing a Song on Linux
    Playing Audio CD
    Playing VCD and DVD
    Playing Linux Games
  • Internet Tools
    Configuring your Network
    Web Browsers
    Download managers
    IM Clients
  • Working with other Linux Applications
    Using Text editor Paint brush & Calculator
    Creating Icon and Taking Screen Shots
    Creating Zip files with File Roller
    Setting Alarm with KAlarm
  • Appendix
    Ten Most Popular Linux Distributions
    Using Help
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Windows 8.1


Windows 8.1 Windows 8 introduced major changes to the operating system's platform and user interface to improve its user experience on tablets, where Windows was now competing with mobile operating systems, including Android and iOS.
In particular, these changes included a touch-optimized Windows shell based on Microsoft's "Metro" design language, the Start screen (which displays programs and dynamically updated content on a grid of tiles)
A new platform for developing apps with an emphasis on touchscreen input, integration with online services (including the ability to sync apps and settings between devices), and Windows Store, an online store for downloading and purchasing new software.
Windows 8 added support for USB 3.0, Advanced Format hard drives, near field communications, and cloud computing. Additional security features were introduced, such as built-in antivirus software, integration with Microsoft Smart Screen phishing filtering service and support for UEFI Secure Boot on supported devices with UEFI firmware, to prevent malware from infecting the boot process.
Windows 8 was released to a mixed reception. Although reaction towards its performance improvements, security enhancements, and improved support for touchscreen devices was positive, the new user interface of the operating system was widely criticized for being potentially confusing and difficult to learn (especially when used with a keyboard and mouse instead of a touchscreen).
On October 17, 2013, Microsoft released Windows 8.1. Windows 8.1 is an upgrade for Windows 8. It addresses some aspects of Windows 8 that were criticized by reviewers and early adopters and incorporates additional improvements to various aspects of the operating system.

Contents :-
Windows 8.1
  • GETTING STARTED WITH WINDOWS
    Start Windows
    Explore the Windows Start Screen
    Display the Charms Menu
    Get to Know the Windows Apps
    Connect to a Wireless Network
    Create a Microsoft Account
    Work with Notifications
    Put Windows to Sleep
    Restart Windows
    Shut Down Windows
  • LAUNCHING AND WORKING WITH APPS
    Explore the Windows Store
    Install an App
    Start an App
    Understanding Desktop App Windows
    Using a Ribbon
    Using a Pull-Down Menu
    Using Dialog Boxes
    Using Scroll Bars
    Switch between Running Apps
    Update an App
    Uninstall an App
  • CUSTOMISING WINDOWS
    Configure the Start Screen
    Pin an App to the Start Screen
    Open the PC Settings App
    Change the Start Screen Background
    Change the Lock Screen Background
    Add an App to the Lock Screen
    Synchronize Settings Between PCs
    Pin an App to the Taskbar
    Adjust the Volume
    Set the Time Zone
  • SURFING WORLD WIDE WEB
    Understanding the World Wide Web
    Start Internet Explorer
    Navigate Internet Explorer
    Select a Link
    Enter a Web Page Address
    Navigate Web Pages
    Find Text on a Page
    Save Favourite Web Pages
    Download a File
  • SENDING AND RECEIVING E-MAIL
    Configure an E-mail Account
    Send an E-mail Message
    Format the Message Text
    Set the Message Priority
    Add a File Attachment
    Receive and Read E-mail Messages
    Reply to a Message
    Forward a Message
    Delete a Message
    Create a Folder for Saving Messages
  • GETTING SOCIAL WITH WINDOWS
    Create a Contact
    Connect to Facebook
    Connect to Twitter
    Connect to LinkedIn
    Add Your Google Account
    View Your Calendar
    Add an Event to Your Calendar
    Add an Event Reminder
  • PERFORMING DAY TO DAY TASK
    Search Your PC
    Display a Location on a Map
    Get Directions to a Location
    Check Your Weather Forecast
    Plan a Trip
    Get the Latest News
    Track a Stock
  • WORKING WITH IMAGES
    Import Images from a Digital Camera
    Navigate the Pictures Library
    Start a Slide Show
    Repair an Image
    Crop an Image
    Rotate an Image
    Delete an Image
    Print an Image
    Take a Picture with Your PC Camera
  • WORKING WITH MULTIMEDIA
    Import Videos from a Digital Camera
    Navigate the Videos Library
    Watch a Video
    Play a Music CD
    Navigate the Music Library
    Play Music
    Create a Playlist
    Create a Radio Station
  • SHARING YOUR COMPUTER
    Display User Accounts
    Create a User Account
    Switch Between Accounts
    Change Your User Account Picture
    Change a User’s Password
    Delete an Account
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Programming Language Courses
C


Microsoft XP C is a general-purpose, procedural, imperative computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system.

It is a high-level programming language that is able to manipulate the computer at a low level like assembly language. During the last half of the 1980s, C became the language of choice for developing commercial software.

C has also greatly influenced many other popular languages, especially C++, which was originally designed as an enhancement to C. It is the most commonly used programming language for writing system software, though it is also widely used for writing applications.C, and its object-oriented successor C++, are used to write a huge variety of applications and almost all operating systems.

Contents :-
C
  • Fundamental concept of problem solving
    Introduction
    concept of problem solving
    Problem design and implementation
  • Introduction to C
    Introduction
    How to open C program code window
    Description of C code window
    Editing file
    Saving and running a program
    The component of C language
    Structure of C Program
    A sample of C language program
  • C character set & Keywordsp
    Introduction
    The C character set
    Identifiers
    Keywords
  • Data types
    Introduction
    Primary data types
    Secondary data types
  • Variables
    Introduction
    Rules for constructing variables names
    Variable declaration
    Assigning values to variables
    Scope of variable:Local & global
  • Constants
    Introduction
    Character constants
    Integer constants
    Real constants
    Logical & string constants
  • C instruction set
    Introduction
    Type declaration & Input/Out instructions
    Arithmetic instructions
    Control instructions
  • Operators
    Introduction
    Arithmetic operators
    Relational operators
    Logical operators
    Increment & decrement operator
    Bitwise operator
    Conditional & ternary operator
    The comma operator
    Size of operator
    Assignment operator
    Type modifier
  • Expressions
    Evaluation of Expression
    Autometic type conversion
  • Basic Input/Output
    Introduction
    Console I/O function
    Disc & port I/O function
  • Control structure
    Sequence control statements
    Decision control & conditional statements
    Case control statements
    Repitition and loop control statements
    Some more statements
  • Array & string
    Introduction of Array
    Array declaration
    Array initialization
    Two dimensional Array
    Multi dimensional Array
    String
  • Function and recursion
    Function definition
    Function declaration
    Function call
    Recursion
  • Pointer
    Introduction
    Pointer expression
    Pointer & functions
    Pointer & Arrays
    Multidimensional arrays & pointer
    Arrays of pointer
    Pointer & functions
  • Structures
    Introduction
    Giving values to member
    Structure initialization
    Comparison of structure variables
    Arrays of structures
    Arrays within structures
    Structures within structures
    Passing structure to function
  • Union
    Introduction
    Accessing a union member
    Initialization of union member
    Uses of union
  • Dynamic data structure
    Linked list
    Stack
    Queue
  • Data file handling
    Introduction
    File operation
    Opening and closing a data file
    Creating a data file
    Processing a data file
    Unformmated data file
  • The C preprocesssor & macro
    Introduction
    Macro substitution directives
    File inclusion
    Compiler control directive
  • Command line parameter of C
    Command line parameter
  • Header file
    Introduction
    Use of library functions
    Some useful library functions
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C++


c++ C++ is a general-purpose, high-level programming language with low-level facilities. It is a statically typed, free-form, multi-paradigm language, supporting procedural programming, data abstraction, object-oriented programming, generic programming and RTTI.

Bjarne Stroustrup developed C++ (originally named "C with Classes") in 1983 at Bell Labs as an enhancement to the C programming language.

Enhancements started with the addition of classes, followed by, among other features, virtual functions, operator overloading, multiple inheritance, templates, and exception handling. A new version of the standard (known informally as C++0x) is being developed.
C++ became popular because it combined traditional C programming with object-oriented programming (OOP) features. Smalltalk and other OOP languages did not provide the familiar structures of conventional languages such as C and Pascal.
Since the 1990s, C++ has been one of the most popular commercial programming languages. Microsoft's Visual C++ is the most widely used C++ language.

Contents :-
C++
  • Programming Techniques
    Introduction
    Various programming techniques
  • Principal of Object Oriented Programming
    Introduction of OOP
  • Introduction of C++
    History of C++
    Introduction of C++
    First C++ program
    Overview of OOP using C++
  • Elements of C++ Language
    Tokens
    Literals & constant
    Variables
    Declaration of Variable
    Data types
    Pointer
    Constant
  • Control structures & Operators
    Introduction of control structure
    Introduction of Operators
    Precedence of Operators
    Expression
  • Functions
    Introduction
    Function declaration & prototyping
    Function definition & call
    Return values of functions
    Types of function
    Inline functions
    Recursion
    Manipulators
  • Objects & Classes
    Object
    Classes
    Object & classes together
    Command line arguments
  • Constructors & Destructors
    Basic constructors
    Copy constructors
    Dynamic constructor
    Destructors in details
  • Operator Overloading & Type Conversion
    Operator overloading
    Binary operator overloading
    Type conversion
  • Inheritance
    Data Hiding
    Inheritance
    Multiple Inheritance
  • Pointers,Virtual Functions & Polymorphism
    An Introduction to pointer
    Pointers
    Polymorphism
    Virtual functions
  • I/O Operations
    Insertion & Extraction
    Streams
    Stream functions
    Formatting
    Manipulators again
    I/O status handling
  • Working with Files
    Streams revisit
    Opening & closing a file
    Writing to a text file
    Reading a text file
  • Template & Exception Handling
    Introduction of template
    Function template
    Class template
    Exception Handling
  • Namespace & Dynamic Memory
    Introduction of Namespace
    Introduction of Dynamic Memory
    New & Delete Operators
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Core Java


Core Java Core Java offers a total immersion approach for C\C++ programmer wanting to learn java.
The course will use JDK(Java Development Kit) and covers all the new language features.

This course inclues worked out examples illustrating new JDK features that are fully explained thoughout the course.

Core Java has been carefully planned to help students create faster, smaller and more efficient Java application.

Contents :-
Core Java
  • Java Evolution
    Java History
    Java features
    Benefits of java over C and C++
    How Java works
    The Java programming language
    The Java Platform
    Java Development Kit
    Hardware & Software requirement
    Disadvantage of Java
  • Overview of Java Language
    Developing the Java Application
    Comments in Java Code
    Defining a class
    The main method
    Using classes and objects
    Java Program Structure
    Java Tokens
  • Constant, Variable and Datatype
    Variable
    Declaring Variable
    Rule on Variable Names
    Variable Type
    Primitive Data Type
    Constants
  • Operator and Expression
    Expression and operators
    Operator Precedence
    Integer Operators
    Relational Integer Operators
    Floating point Operators
    Relational Floating point Operator
    String Operator
    Assignment Operator
    Arithmetic assignment Operator
    Conversions
    Casts
    Boolean expression & Operations
    Logical Operators
    Bitwise operators
    The complement operator
  • Decision making, Branching & looping
    Flow control with if & else
    The if statement
    The else statement
    Switch statement
    For, while & do-while statement
    The for statement
    The while statement
    The do-while statement
    Using break and continue
    The break statement
    The continue statement
  • Class Object and Method
    Introduction to class
    The benefit of classes
    Defining class
    Class using constructor
    Object
    Declaring an Object
    Instantiating an Object
    Initializing an Object
    Referencing an object's Variable
    Calling an Object method
    Creating a class
    The class Declaration
    The class body
    Constructions for class
    Implementing Methods
    The Method body
    A Method's name
    Example of Math class
  • Array and String
    Array
    Java array
    Object array
    Strings
    String concatenation
  • Inheritance
    Introduction
    Creating subclasses
    Member variables in subclass inherit
    Hiding member Variables
    Methods in subclass Inherit
    Overriding Method
    Methods a subclass cann't override
    Methods a subclass must override
    The Benefits of Inheritance
    Interfaces
    Interfaces and Classes
    Implementing and using Interface
    Implementing Multiple Interfaces
    Creating and Extending Interfaces
    Methods inside Interfaces
    Extending Interfaces
  • Packagee
    Introduction
    Declaring Packages
    Importing Packages
    Creating Our Own Packages
    The Java Language Packages
    The Java I/O Packages
    The Java Utility Packages
    The Java Networking Packages
    The Java Applet Packages
    The Java abstract Window Toolkit Packages
  • Multithreading
    Introduction
    Thread
    Thread Attributes
    Thread State
    Thread Group
    Method that Operate on All Thread
    Access Restriction Methods
    The notify All () and wait () methods
    Frequently used Method
  • Exception Handling
    Introduction
    What is an Exception
    If Exception than?
    The exception handling technique
    Some terminology
    Throw an exception
    Throw, try, and catch blocks
    Multiple catch blocks
    The finally clause
    The throwable class
    Type of exception
    Different list of exception
    Built-in Exceptions
  • Applet
    Introduction
    How Applets and Applications are different
    Limitation of Applets
    The Applet Class
    Major Applets Activities
    The life cycle of a Web page Applet
    Including an Applet on a Web Page
    Essential HTML to launch an Applet & pass it parameters
    Launching an Applet in an html/core_java Document
    A Sample Applet that receives a Parameter
    Posting a Web Page that launches a custom Applet
  • Managing Input/Output Files in Java
    Introduction
    Stream
    Input Streams
    The Abstract Class Input Stream
    The File Class
    The FileDialog Class
    Low-level & High-level Stream Class
    The FileOutputStream Class
    The FileInputStream Class
    The DataOutputStream Class
    The DataInputStream Class
    The ObjectOutputStream Class
    The objectInputStream Class
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C#


C_Sharp C# (see section on name, pronunciation) is an object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft as part of the .NET initiative and later approved as a standard by ECMA and ISO.

Anders Hejlsberg leads development of the C# language, which has a procedural, object-oriented syntax based on C++ and includes aspects of several other programming languages (most notably Delphi and Java) with particular emphasis on simplification.

C#'s principal designer and lead architect at Microsoft is Anders Hejlsberg. His previous experience in programming language and framework design (Visual J++, Borland Delphi, Turbo Pascal) can be readily seen in the syntax of the C# language, as well as throughout the Common Language Runtime (CLR) core.C# is intended to be a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language.

Contents :-
C#
  • About MicroSoft.Net Technology
    Introduction
    Standardization and licensing
    Versions & Changes
    .NET vs. Java and Java EE
    Criticism
  • About C#
    What is C#?
    C# & Other OOP Languages
    Why c#
  • Basics of C#
    Primitive Data Types
    The Value Type
    Methods & Formal Parameters
    Operators & Variables
    Types Conversion in C#
    Enum
    Type Safety in C#
    Using Return Statements
    Scope of the variable
    Control Statements
    Early & Late Binding
    Managed and Unmanaged code
    Getting Started with C#
  • Object Oriented Concept in C#
    Class & Object
    Inheritance
    Interfaces
    Abstract Class
    Sealed Class
    Polymorphism
    Overloading
  • Abstract Class and Interfaces
    Abstract Classes and Methods
    Interfaces
    Advantage & Disadvantages of Interface
  • Namespaces and Base Classes
    Introduction
    Namespaces in C#2.0
    The Base Classes
  • Enumerations, Arrays and String Manipulation
    Enums
    Arrays
    String Manipulation in C#
  • Collections
    Collections & Collection Classes
  • Properties and Access Attributes
    Properties
    Restrictions of properties
    Attributes
  • Indexer
    Indexers
    Comparison : Properties & Indexers
  • Delegates and Events
    Delegates
    Events
    Event Handlers
  • Errors and Exceptions Handling
    Errors
    Exceptions
    Creating Custom Exceptions
  • Garbage Collection and Resource Management
    The Life and Time of an object
    What is garbage collection?
    Resource Management
  • Graphical Device Interface (GDI+)
    Graphics Handling
    Graphical Device Interface (GDI)
    Sample Examples:
  • File Handling
    Files & Folders
    Stream
    Creating Objects
  • Generics
    Introduction
    What are Generics?
    Csharp Generics Collection Interfaces
  • Value and Reference Type
    Types
    Value Types
    Reference Types
  • What’s New in C#2.0 and C#3.0
    What’s New in .Net 2.0
    What’s New in C# 2.0
    What's New in C# 3.0 (A Brief Preview)
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ASP.NET 2.0


ASP.NET ASP.NET is the latest version of Microsoft's Active Server Pages technology (ASP). ASP.NET is a part of the Microsoft .NET framework, and a powerful tool for creating dynamic and interactive web pages.

The .NET Framework is a library used to create both computer-based and web-based applications. It is made of different parts. The section that deals with computer applications is referred to as Windows Forms. The part dedicated to the web is called ASP.NET.

Active Server Pages (ASP) is a technology developed primarily by Microsoft to create dynamic web sites that allow a visitor to submit values to a web page. The web page would then transmit the results to a web server. This technology requires some use and knowledge of a scripting language such as VBScript or JavaScript. It is also easily understandable to Visual Basic programmers because both use the same approach to solve problems. To enhance it, Microsoft developed ASP.NET. This new approach allows you to use the .NET Framework and its rich features to create web-based applications.

Contents :-
ASP.NET 2.0
  • Introduction
    Introduction
    Features of ASP.Net
    Difference b/w asp, asp.net
    Additional New features in asp.net 2.0 (Adv.)
    Software and Hardware Requirements
  • Working with Visual Studio 2005
    Introduction to Visual Studio
    Visual Studio 2005 Integrated Development Environment
    Working with Visual Studio 2005
    Creating a Web application
    Building and Running the Project
    Web Project Migration to Visual Studio NET 2005
    Complete Example for using Visual Studio NET 2005
  • Web Application and Page structure
    The ASP.Net Application Location Options
    The Structure Options in ASP.Net Page
    ASP.Net 2.0 Page Directives
    ASP.Net Page Event
    Dealing with PostBacks
    Folders in ASP.NET Application
    An Example of Creating a Web Site
  • ASP.NET Application Phases
    Web Application Processing
    Page Life Cycle
    Page Life Cycle Events
    Application Life Cycle
    Application Life Cycle Event
    Compilation Life Cycle
    Handling Application Restarts
    HTTP Modules
    Global.asax in ASP.NET 2.0
    A Sample Code to See Page Life Cycle
    An Example for Using Global.asax
  • State Management and Web Application
    What is State Management
    What’s New in State Management
    Guidelines for ASP.NET State Management
    Client Side State Management
    Server Side State Management
    An Example of State Management
  • ASP.Net HTML Server Control
    ASP.Net Server Control
    Steps to Add Server Control in Web Page
    Introduction to ASP.NET HTML Server Controls
    HTML Server Controls in Visual Studio 2005
    Using ASP.NET 2.0 HTML Server Controls
    Merit of HTML Server Controls
    Demerit of HTML Server Controls
    An Example of Using HTML Server Controls
  • ASP.Net Web Server Control
    ASP.NET Web Server Controls
    How to Add Server Control to Web Page
    ASP.NET 2.0 Standard Web Server Controls
    The Core differences between HTML Controls and ASP .NET Controls
    Merits & Demerits of ASP.NET Server Controls
    An Example of Using ASP.NET Web Server Controls
  • New Web Server Controls in ASP.Net 2.0
    Introduction
    Steps to Add Server Control in Web Page
    Bulleted List Web Server Control
    Bulleted List Web Server Control
    View and Multiview Web Server Controls
    Wizard Web Server Control
    FileUpload Web Server Control
    ImageMap Web Server Control
    An Example of Using New Web Server Controls
  • Validation Server Control
    What is Validation?
    Advantage of Validation Controls
    Validation Controls and JavaScript
    Client-Side Validation
    Server-Side Validation
    ASP.NET Validation Server Controls
    Working of ASP.Net Validation Server Controls
    Security and Validation Controls
    Disabling the Client Side Validation
    Error Notification using Image or Sound
    Dealing with Validation Groups
    An Example Using Validation Server Controls
  • Master Pages
    Master Page
    Advantages of Master Page
    Difference between Master Page and normal .aspx page
    Working of Master Pages
    Working with controls and properties from Master Page
    To Customize contents within a Content Control in Content Page
    Advanced concepts of Master Pages
  • Caching in ASP.Net
    What is Caching?
    What’s new in Caching & its advantages?
    Types of Caching in ASP.Net
    Expiration
    Caching Programmatically
  • Data Binding in ASP.Net 2.0
    Introduction to Data Source Controls
    Steps to Add Data Source Controls in Web Page
    GridView Web Server Control
    DetailsView Web Server Control
    FormView Web Server Control
    Repeater Web Server Control
    DataList Web Server Control
  • Personalization
    Introduction
    The Personalization Modeling
    Retrieving Personalization Information
    Personalization Property Creation
    Anonymous Personalization
    Personalization Provider
    Themes and Skins
  • Site Navigation
    Introduction to Site Navigation
    SiteMapPath Server Control
    TreeView Server Control
    Menu Server Control
    SiteMapData Provider
    Sitemap in Asp.Net
  • Tracing, Debugging and Error Handling Techniques
    Tracing
    Debugging
    Exception and Error Handling
  • Deployment and Packaging of ASP.Net Application
    Introduction
    ASP.NET Web Application Structure
    Deployment in ASP.NET 2.0
    Deploying Method in ASP.NET 2.0
    Creating Web Setup Project Using Visual Studio.NET
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AutoCAD


Autocad AutoCAD is a CAD software application for 2D and 3D design and drafting, developed and sold by Autodesk, Inc. Initially released in late 1982, AutoCAD was one of the first CAD programs to run on personal computers, and notably the IBM PC. Most CAD software at the time ran on graphics terminals connected to mainframe computers or mini-computers.

In earlier releases, AutoCAD used primitive entities — such as lines, polylines, circles, arcs, and text — as the foundation for more complex objects. Since the mid-1990s, AutoCAD has supported custom objects through its C++ API. Modern AutoCAD includes a full set of basic solid modeling and 3D tools, but lacks some of the more advanced capabilities of solid modeling applications.

Contents :-
AutoCAD
  • Getting Started with AutoCAD
    An Introduction to AutoCAD
    Angular Measurement
    Entering Points in AutoCAD
    Icons, Keystrokes and Menus
    The AutoCAD Screen
    Basic AutoCAD Terminology
    Introduction to Drawing and Modify Commands
    Drawing lines to exact points
    Basic Drawing Skills
    Modifying Commands
    Object Snaps
    Accurate Input
    Selecting Objects in AutoCAD
    More Modifying Commands
    Layers and Dimensioning
    Direct Distance Entry
    Polar Tracking
    Object Snap Tracking
    Object Properties
    Other objects
    Changing Layers
    Conclusion
  • Planning a Project
    Planning a Project
    Zooming and Panning
    Formatting Text
    Creating New Textsyles
    Layout Tabs - Paper space & Model space
    Blocks
    Attributes
    Polylines
    Hatching
  • Introduction to 3-D
    Introduction - why 3-d?
    3-D Cad Terminology
    Isometric Drawing
    Working In 3 Dimensions
    Viewing 3-D Objects
    Basic wire-frame models
    Line thickness
    Regions and 3-D surfaces
    New project
    Extruding to create 3Dobjects
    Revolved objects
    Adding materials
    Primitive solids
    Boolean operations
    The user co-ordinate system (ucs)
    Mapping materials
    Creating new materials
  • Advanced Topics
    Autocad Template Files
    Using Object snaps In Autocad
    Linetypes And Linetype Scale
    Autocad File Formats
    Grip Editing
    Autocad's Inquiry Tools
    Using X-Refs In Autocad
    System Variables
    Tables
    Sheet Set Overview
    Dimensioning And Dimension Styles
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ADO.Net


ADO.Net At the releasing time of the .NET Framework, Microsoft introduced a new data access model, called ADO.NET. The ActiveX Data Object acronym was no longer relevant, as ADO.NET was not ActiveX, but Microsoft kept the acronym due to the huge success of ADO. In reality, it’s an entirely new data access model written in the .NET Framework.

ADO.NET supports various data sources through both ODBC and OLE-DB, but it also offers another option of using database-specific data providers.

These data providers offer greater performance by being able to take advantage of data-source-specific optimizations.
The original release of ADO.NET included a SQL provider and an OLE-DB provider, with the ODBC and Oracle providers being introduced later. But it supports a number of other providers too.

Contents :-
ADO.Net
  • History of Data Access
    Data Access in starting days
    Birth of Universal Data Access
    Data Access Consumers
  • Introduction ADO.Net
    Overview of ADO.NET
    ADO.NET Architecture
    Benefits of ADO.NET
    Difference between ADO and ADO.NET
  • Standardized Database Objects and Design
    Creating Databases
    Naming Conventions
    Primary Keys
    Foreign Keys
    Indexes
    Views
    Normalization
  • ADO.NET Essentials
    Overview of .NET Data Provider
    Connection Strings
    Connections
    Dataset
    Using Data Adapter
    Using Data Reader
    DataTable
    DataSet, DataTable, DataReader, or an Object?
  • Standard Data Types
    DataTypes in SQL Server
  • Data Bindings
    Introduction (Data Binding)
    Windows Forms versus Web Applications
    Data Binding in ASP.NET
    Windows Forms Applications
  • Binding Controls to Database
    Simple Binding
    Complex Binding
    Binding Data to Controls
    Navigating in Datasets
    Using SQL Parameters
  • Handling Database in Code
    The OleDbConnection Class
    The SqlConnection Class
    The OracleConnection Class
    The OleDbCommand Class
    The SqlCommand Class
    The OracleCommand Class
    The OleDbDataAdapter Class
    The SqlDataAdapter Class
    The DataSet Class
    The OleDbDataReader Class
    The SqlDataReader Class
    The DataTable Class
    The DataRow Class
    The DataColumn Class
    The DataRelation Class
  • Data Source, Data Control Parameters & Different views
    Understanding Data Source Controls
    Working with Data Source Control Parameters
    Data Binding using Databound Controls
    Working with GridView Control
    Working with DetailsView Controls
    Binding Standard Web Server Controls
    Controls Designed for use with Databases
    Using Data Lists in Web Applications
    Using Repeaters in Web Applications
    Working with FormView
  • New Features of ADO.NET 2.0
    Salient features of ADO.NET 2.0
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Advance C


AdvanceC C is a general-purpose, block structured, procedural, imperative computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system. It has since spread to many other platforms. Although C was designed as a system implementation language, it is also widely used for applications. C has also greatly influenced many other popular languages,especially C++, which was originally designed as an extension to C.

Despite its popularity, C has been widely criticized. Such criticisms fall into two broad classes: desirable operations that are too hard to achieve using unadorned C, and undesirable operations that are too easy to accidentally invoke while using C. Putting this another way, the safe, effective use of C requires more programmer skill, experience, effort, and attention to detail than is required for some other programming languages.
This Tutorial Covers a lot of Advance C concept(such as Graphic Under C, TSRs, Drivers, and Kernal basics). As said earlier, effective use of C requires more programmer skill, experience, effort, and attention to detail than is required for some other programming languages, so be careful while using examples given and/or doing some R&D based on the code samples provided.

Contents :-
Advance C
  • Introduction to Advance concepts of C
    Introduction
    Prerequisite
  • File Handling using C
    Introduction to File Handling
    Opening and Closing a File
    Reading File Contents
    Writing Text to a File
    Working with Binary File functions
    Formatted Input/ Output
    Low Level Disk I/O
  • Graphics Programming with Turbo C
    Introduction
    Getting started with Graphics mode
    Working with Shapes
  • Hardware Programming with C
    Introduction to Device Driver Programming
    Windows Device Driver Development
    Programming Video RAM
    Interrupt Programming
    Working with keyboard
    Working with Sound Device
  • TSR & Device Driver Programming with C
    Introduction to TSRs
    Getting Started With TSRs
    Device Driver Programming
  • Operating System Development
    Writing Your Own OS
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Data Structure through C


DataStructurethroughC A data structure is a way of storing data in a computer so that it can be used efficiently. Often a carefully chosen data structure will allow the most efficient algorithm to be used. The choice of the data structure often begins from the choice of an abstract data type. A well-designed data structure allows a variety of critical operations to be performed, using as few resources, both execution time and memory space, as possible. Data structures are implemented using the data types, references and operations on them provided by a programming language, such as C.

Different kinds of data structures are suited to different kinds of applications, and some are highly specialized to certain tasks. For example, B-trees are particularly well-suited for implementation of databases, while routing tables rely on networks of machines to function.
The fundamental building blocks of most data structures are arrays, records, discriminated unions, and references. For example, the nullable reference, a reference which can be null, is a combination of references and discriminated unions, and the simplest linked data structure, the linked list, is built from records and nullable references.

Contents :-
Data Structure through C
  • Introduction to Data structures
    Introduction
  • Pointers
    Introduction to Pointer
    Declaration & Syntax
    Working with Pointers
  • Array
    Introduction to Arrays
    Application of Arrays
    Array Manipulation
    Merging Array
    Sorting Arrays
  • Stack & Queue
    Introduction to Stack & Queue
    Working with Stacks
    Working with Queues
  • Linked List
    Concept of Linked List
    Inserting a Node
    Sorting and Reversing Link List
    Counting No. of Nodes in a List
    Deleting a Node from Link List
    Doubly Link List
  • Tree
    Concept of Tree
    Binary Tree
    Binary Tree Traversal
    Searching Binary Tree
    Counting Nodes of Binary Tree
    Deleting Node from BST
  • Graph
    Introduction
    Representations of Graph
    Traversing a Graph
    DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph)
  • Hashing, Searching & Sorting
    Introduction
    Hashing Functions
    Linear Search
    Binary Search
    Bubble Sort
    Quick Sort
    Merge Sort
    Heap Sort
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Fortran


Fortran Fortran Originally developed by IBM in the 1950s for scientific and engineering applications.
Fortran (acronym for Formula Translation ) is a very old language mainly used by the scientific community and its aim is to provide a way to tell computers to calculate mathematical expressions.

Successive versions of Fortran have added support for processing of character-based data ( [F77]), array programming, module-based programming and object-based programming (Fortran 90/95), and object-oriented and generic programming (Fortran 2003).

Fortran is still widely used for scientific application and mainframe platform.

Contents :-
Fortran
  • Introduction
    What is Fortran
    Advantage of Fortran
    Difference between Fortran 77 & 90
  • Basic of FORTRAN language
    Basic of FORTRAN
    Constant
    FORTRAN variable
    Data type
  • Fortran Expression and I/O statement
    FORTRAN expression
    Artethematic & Integer Expression
    Real & complex Expression
    Mixed & character expression
    Relational & logical expression
    Input statement
    Output statement
    How to write simple program
    FORTRAN statement layout
  • Control Statement
    What is control statement?
    If.. Else tatement
    Goto & do statement
    Continue & stop statement
    Pause & end statement
  • Array
    Introduction to array
    Types of array
    One dimensional array
    Two dimensional arrays
  • Function & Pointer
    Basic function & subroutines
    Subprogram
    Statement function
    Intrinsic function & Library function
    External function
    Subroutine
    Pointer
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JDBC


JDBC JDBC is an API for the Java programming language that defines how a client may access a database. It provides methods for querying and updating data in a database. JDBC is oriented towards relational databases.

The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is the industry standard for database-independent connectivity between the Java programming language and a wide range of databases – SQL databases and other tabular data sources, such as spreadsheets or flat files. The JDBC provides a call-level API for SQL-based database access.

JDBC technology allows you to use the Java programming language to exploit "Write Once, Run Anywhere" capabilities for applications that require access to enterprise data. With a JDBC technology-enabled driver, you can connect all corporate data even in a heterogeneous environment.

Contents :-
JDBC
  • RELATIONAL DATABASE CONCEPT
    Introduction
    What is Database?
    Acid properties and Normalization
  • DATABASE CONNECTIVITY
    Introduction
    JDBC Architecture
    JDBC Driver
  • Using JDBC API
    Introduction
    Loading a Driver
    Connecting to a Database
    Creating and Executing JDBC Statements
    Handling SQL Exceptions
  • ACCESSING RESULT SETS
    Introduction
    Types of Result Sets
    Methods of ResultSet Interface
  • QUERYING AND MODIFYING DATA USING THE PREPAREDSTATMENT OBJECT
    Introduction
    Methods of the PreparedStatement Interface
    Retrieving Rows
    Inserting Rows
    Deleting Records Using the Prepared Statements
  • MANAGING DATABASE TRANSACTIONS
    Introduction
    Committing a Transaction
  • PERFORMING BATCH UPDATES
    Introduction
    Implementing Batch Updates in JDBC
    Description of Batch Updates
    Exception-Handling in Batch Updates
  • CREATING AND CALLING STORED PROCEDURES IN JDBC
    Introduction
    Creating Stored Procedures
    Calling a Stored Procedure from JDBC
  • USING METADATA IN JDBC
    Introduction
    Using DatabaseMetadata Interface
    Using the JDBC MetaData Interface
  • JDBC API
    JDBC API Interface
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Visual Basic


VisualBasic Visual Basic is a high level programming language evolved from the earlier DOS version called BASIC. [Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code], programming language from Microsoft specialized for developing Windows applications.

Visual Basic is Easy to learn Programming language. With Visual Basic you can develop Windows based applications and games. When first released in 1991, it was similar to Microsoft's QuickBASIC, With its visual user interface development tools.

Visual Basic became very popular by the mid-1990s. Visual Basic is much more easier to learn than other language (like Visual C++), and yet it's powerful programming language.
In VISUAL BASIC, programming is done in a graphical environment. Because users may click on a certain object randomly, so each object has to be programmed independently to be able to response to those actions (events).

Contents :-
Visual Basic
  • Introduction to Visual Basic
    History of Visual Basic
    Graphical User Interface (GUI)s
    Getting started with Visual Basic
    Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
    Application of VISUAL BASIC
  • Data types and modules
    Data types
    Variables
    Constants
    Modules
  • Operators
    Arithmetic operators
    Logical operators
    Relational operators
  • Arrays
    Introduction of array
    Declaration of array
  • Conditional statement and loop structure
    If..then..statement
    If..then..else statement
    Select case statement
    Do..Loop structure
    For..next structure
  • Procedure
    Sub procedures
    Function procedures
    Property procedure
  • Functions
    Visual basic functions
  • Methods and events
    Methods
    Syntax for calling Methods
    Events
    Example of an event in an application
  • Working with forms
    Form basis
    Form properties
    The form events
    The form methods
    Setting runtime and design time properties
    Setting start up form
  • Creating simple application in visual basic
    Structure of a visual basic application
    Designing the visual interface form
    Adding code for the program
    Compiling the project
    Creating an exe
    Running the project
    Making different applications
  • Working with files
    Saving project or files
    Opening existing project
    Adding file to the project
    Removing file from the project
    Removing project
    Exiting from Visual Basic
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Database Courses
Microsoft Access


MSAccess Microsoft Access is a Window based program created by Microsoft. It helps you store & manage a large collection of information.

A systamatically arrangeed database helps you manage the stored information in an efficient way so that It can access quickly whenever needed.

You can easily create such a database using Access.

A good Database design ensure that you will be able to perform various tasks on it efficiently and accurately and without any hindrance.

Contents :-
Microsoft Access
  • Introduction to Database
    Database
    RDBMS
    Object of RDBMS
  • Introduction to Access
    Access
    Getting Started
    Creating New and Opening Existing Database
    Creating DB using Database Wizard
    Creating DB without using Database Wizard
  • Tables
    Introduction to table
    Creating table
    Table in design view
    Working on tables
    Description of design view
    Properties of fields
    Primary Key
    Switching view
    Entering data
    Manipulation data
    Relationships
  • Handling Queries
    Introduction to query
    Creating a query in design view
    Query wizards
    Finding duplicate query
  • Forms
    Creating form by using Wizard
    Creating form by design view
    Adding Records using A form
    Editing Forms
    Form Control
    Command Buttons
  • Reports
    Report using the Wizard
    Creating report in Design view
    Printing Reports
  • Importing exporting
    Importing
    Exporting
    Linking
  • Sorting and Filtering
    Introduction
    Sorting
    Filter by Selection
    Filter by Form
    Saving a Filter
    Keyboard Shortkeys
    How to install MS-Access
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PL SQL


SQL The Structured Query Language (SQL) is a computer language for accessing and manipulating databases.
The fundamental concept is to think of the data as being stored in one or more tables. When a request is made to retrieve data from these tables, which is called a "query", the resultant output is also presented in as table.

There are many different versions of the SQL language, but to be in compliance with the ANSI SQL '92 Standard, they must use and support the same major keywords in a similar manner (such as SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE, INSERT, WHERE, and others.

Contents :-
PL SQL
  • Introduction to SQL
    What is database
    DBMS
    What is SQL
    SQL data type & operator
    Data Definition Laungauge
    Data Manipulation Laungauge
    Data Control Laungauge
  • SQL Commands
    SQL SELECT
    SQL WHERE
    SQL UPDATE
    SQL DELETE
    SQL INSERT INTO
  • SQL Advanced
    SQL Order By
    SQL AND & OR
    SQL In
    SQL Between
    SQL Aliases
    SQL Join
    SQL Union . SQL Functions
    SQL Select Into
    SQL Create View
    Nested Queries
  • DATA MANIPULATION
    SQL Create table
    SQL Delete Table
    SQL Create index
    SQL Drop index
    SQL Alter Table
  • SQL Function
    What is SQL Function?
    Aggregate Function
    Scalar function
    SQL Group By and Having
  • PL/SQL
    Basic structure of PL/SQL
    Variables and type
    Simple program in PL/SQL
    Control flow in PL/SQL
    Cursors
    Printing variables
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MySQL


MYSQL MySQL Pronounced "my S-Q-L" or "my-see-quill", it is a very popular open source, Relational DBMS from MySQL AB, Uppsala, Sweden (www.mysql.com) that runs under various versions of Unix, Windows and Mac.
Widely used for Web applications and Embedded applications, MySQL is available for free from MySQL AB under the GNU license as well as for a fee without restrictions. MySQL includes a C/C++ interface.

There are also ODBC and JDBC drivers available, and many scripting languages such as Perl, Python, TCL, etc. support it.

Contents :-
MySQL
  • Introduction to RDBMS
    Introduction to SQL
    Evolution of RDBMS
  • Introduction to MySQL
    Introduction to MySQL
    Why use MySQL?
    Features of MySql
  • Installing MySQL
    Getting the Software
    Installing MySQL
    Post Inastall configuration
  • SQL & MySQL Terminologies
    Database Theory
    Sample Database
    Basic Database Terminology
    MySQL & You
  • MySQL Basics
    MySQL Data types
    MySQL column types
    Choosing column type
    Working with Sequences
    Character Set Support
  • Expressions & Operators
    MySQL Expressions
    Arithmetic Operators
    Logical Operators
    Bit Operators
    Comparison Operator
    Operator Precedence
    Type Conversion
  • Working with Tables
    MySQL Table types
    Table Representation on memory
    Portability Characterstics
    Creating a Table
    Temporary Tables
    Creating Tables the Other way
    Merge Tables
    Dropping Tables
    Indexing Tables
    Creating & Dropping Index
    Altering Table Structure
    Foreign Keys & Referential Integrity
  • MySQL SQL Syntax
    Naming Rules
    Working with Database
    Select statement
    Insert statement
    Update statement
    Delete statement
    Using UNION
  • Query
    Select Statement Revisited
    Selecting Records by condition
  • Advance Queries
    Using JOIN
    Performing Transaction
    Using FULLTEXT Searches
  • Query Optimization
    Advantages and Disadvantages of Indexing
    Choosing Index type
    MySQL Query optimizer
    Overriding Optimization
    Efficient Data Loading
    Locking
    Optimization for Administrations
  • Security
    Introduction
    Securing MySQL under Linux/Unix
    Protecting MySQL under Windows
    Creating New Database user and Granting Permission
    What if you forgot Root password?
  • Access System
    Internal Workings of Access System
    Tools for Setting Access Privileges
    Connection Problems
  • Data Directory
    Location of Data Directory
    Structure of DD
    Repositioning DD Contents
  • General MySQL Administration
    Securing a New Installation
    Server Startup and Shutdown
    User Account management
    Log Files
    Importing and Exporting Text Files
    Multiple Servers
  • Advanced MySQL Administration
    Synchronizing with the Server
    Disaster Recovery through Backup & Restore
    Data Recovery and Repair
    Maintenance of MyISAM Tables
    Administration of InnoDB Tables
    Server Tuning
  • Replication and Other Administration issues
    Database Migration
    Building Replication Plan
    International Customization, Character Sets
  • Programming
    MySQL with Java
    MySQL with PHP
    MySQL with other languages
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Designing Courses
Flash


MacromediaFlash Macromedia's popular application Flash has redefined the way web developers approach web design. With Flash the web developer is now able to create a user experience that is rich in media and relatively quick loading, especially compared to traditional methods like GIF animations.

Websites made up of music, videos, and custom, graphic intensive interfaces are all possible with Macromedia Flash. Macromedia Flash is an industry leading tool that supplies its users with animations, presentations, and mind blowing websites, while doing this at a constant low bandwidth.

Contents :-
Macromedia Flash
  • Macromedia Flash
    Introduction to Flash
    Flash movies
    Flash Toolbars
    Symbols
    Animation in Flash
    Guide Layers
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Page Maker


Pagemaker PageMaker is a desktop publishing program from Adobe which creates layout of text and graphics on paper. It can create layouts for individual, multiple, and double-sided pages.
Graphics and text can be placed anywhere in the publication, and there are features for wrapping text around graphics and overlaying text on graphics. Text can be imported from and exported to files in most Mac and PC formats, as well as ASCII files.

PageMaker can import graphics that are in Paint-type, PICT and PICT2, Encapsulated PostScript, and TIFF file formats.

Contents :-
Page Maker
  • Introduction to PageMaker
    Introduction
    Advantages of PageMake
  • Getting Started
    Opening the PageMaker
    Creating a New Document
    New Document Windows
    PageMaker Toolbox
    Saving file using Save As
    Opening an existing Document
  • PageMaker Components
    Dialog Boxes
  • Automate your work
    PageMaker Styles
    Using PageMaker Templates
    Using Master Page
  • Layout Leading
    Adjusting Space
    Advance Charter Formating
    Working with Kerning
    Using Spacing
    Inserting and Removing Pages
    Working with Columns
  • Working with Plug-ins
    Working with the Add Cont'd Line
    Balancing Columns
    Applying Bullets and Numbers
    Changing case of Text
    Working with Drop Cap
    Using the Grid Manager
    Using Build Booklet Plug-in
    Using running Headers & Footers
    Selector Option
  • Working With Graphics
    Overview
    Drawing with PageMaker
    Panning Graphics
    Using Text Wrap
  • Working With Color
    Applying Color
    Creating New Color
    Using Color Library
  • Printing Your document
    Printing a standard document
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Coral Draw


COREL DRAW CorelDRAW is an intuitive graphics design application that gives designers an enjoyable work experience. The program is built to meet the demands of today’s graphics professionals. Whether you work in advertising, printing, publishing, sign making, engraving, or manufacturing, CorelDRAW offers the tools you need to create accurate and creative vector illustrations and professional-looking page layouts.

CorelDRAW is a vector illustration and page layout program with powerful integrated tools for illustration, photo editing, and painting. Unique interactive tools set it apart, saving you time and making the design process easier. One will learn how to create publications, such as logos and brochures, for use on the Web or in print. Specific skills include creating and transforming objects, adding text and colour to drawings, and creating and modifying symbols and layers in drawings.
CorelDRAW is one of the most powerful and versatile illustration programs on the market today, on any platform. What you do with CorelDRAW is limited only by your imagination, time, and budget. You can see projects ranging from fine art frescoes to silk-screened T-shirts to laser engraved stainless steel parts. Your use may be as ordinary as a flyer for a garage sale or as complex as the annual report for a Fortune 500 company. From desktop publishing to fine art, CorelDRAW gives you the tools. The talent, inspiration and effort come from you.

Contents :-
Coral Draw
  • Introduction of CorelDraw
    Introduction
    Advantage of CorelDraw
    Installing CorelDraw
    Description of Window of CorelDraw
    Shapes & Objects
  • Getting Started
    Menu Bar
    Tool Bar
    Property Bar
    Starting Coreldraw
    Working with Template
    Saving of a Document
    Print Preview
    Printing of a Document
  • Basics of CorelDraw
    Creating Basic Shapes
    Working with Shape Tool
    Appling Outline & Fills
    Adding Text to Document
    Working with eraser & knife tool
    Working with Grid & Guidelines
  • Working with various Objects & Shapes
    Welding of Two Objects or shapes
    Trimming of an Object
    Combining of two Objects
    The Intersection Command
    Transformation or resizing of an Object
    Powerclip on Object
    Aligning of Objects
    Working with Curves
  • Effects on objects
    Creating Drop Shadow
    Creating Blending Effect
    Fill Text with Pattern
    Working with Envelop Tool
    3D-Effect on Object
    Applying Perspective
  • Working with Text
    Working with Artistic Text
    Working with Paragraph Text
    Formatting Text
    Moving Text Block/Rotating
  • Importing & Exporting of Object
    Importing object in a document
    Exporting object
  • Tips & Tricks in CorelDraw
    Tracing of Logo and various objects
    Creation of beautiful patterns
    Use of Nudge Offset button
    Drawing of a vector image
    An Overview on Fountain Fills
  • Working with Bitmaps
    Converting Objects to Bitmap
    Edit Bitmap
    Cropping Bitmap
    Mode
    3D Effects
    Art Strokes
    Blur Strokes
    Disort Effects
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Adobe In Design


Indesign InDesign was positioned as a high-end alternative and successor to Adobe's own PageMaker. InDesign's primary adopters are designers of periodical publications, posters, and other print media; longer documents still are designed with FrameMaker (manuals and technical documents) or with QuarkXPress (books, catalogs). The combination of a relational database, InDesign and Adobe InCopy word processor, which uses the same formatting engine as InDesign, is the heart of dozens of publishing systems for newspapers, magazines, and other publishing environments.

Adobe developed InDesign as a universal binary for native Intel and PowerPC Mac compatibility, shipping InDesign CS3 in April 2007. The CS2 Mac version has code tightly integrated with the PPC architecture, and not natively compatible with the Intel processors in Apple's new machines. Porting these products was therefore a huge endeavor. Adobe decided to devote all its resources to developing CS3, integrating Macromedia products acquired in 2005, rather than recompiling CS2 and simultaneously developing CS3.

Contents :-
Adobe In Design
  • Introduction
    Getting started
    Description of Application Window
    Saving of document
    Closing of document
  • Tools of Indesign
    Tools Overview
    Selection Tools
    Type and Drawing Tools
    Transformation Tools
    Editing Tools
  • Working with Layout
    Grids and Guides
    Pages and Spreads
    Master Pages
    Working with layers
    Working with Text
    Working with Tables
  • Drawing in Indesign
    Drawing with the Line and Shape Tools
    Drawing with Pen and Pencil Tool
    Editing Paths
    Applying Stroke Settings
    Compound Paths and Shapes
    Transformation of Objects
    Alignment of Objects
    Duplicating of Objects
    Effects of Indesign
    Applying Color & Gradients
    Frames and objects
    Placing Graphics
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Illustrator


Illustrator Illustrator is a professional quality graphic art program. Its applications are diverse, from creating print to web graphics and, for our purposes, posters. Although the program is complex and requires a significant amount of time to truly master, it is quite easy to learn the basics and create work with a professional appearance. Designing a poster does not require any special artistic talent or skills; it just requires having the patience to get acquainted with the program.

Illustrator is a drawing and design package. This course will give you the experience you need to produce professional Graphics and Illustrations and will increase your levels of productivity and creativity within Adobe Illustrator.

Contents :-
Illustrator
  • Introduction of Illustrator
    About vector and rastor graphics
    Description of Application window
    Getting started
    Opening and Importing of Graphic Images
    Saving of Drawing
  • Basics of Illustrator
    Using the Pen tool
    Applying strokes & fills
    Applying and Modifying Gradients
    Transformation of objects
    Transparency of objects
  • Illustrator Tools
    Tools Panel Overview
    Selection Tools
    Drawing Tools
    Type Tools
    Painting Tools
    Reshaping Tools
    Symbolism Tools
    Graph Tools
    Moving and Zoom tools
  • Illustrator Fundamentals
    Aligning objects
    Duplicating objects
    Grouping objects
    Working with groups and subgroups
    Working with layers
    Pathfinder
    Arrangement of objects
  • Effects of Illustrator
    Extrude and Bevel
    Disort and Transform
    DropShadow Effect
    Working with Text
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Macromedia Flash 8


MacromediaFlash8 Adobe Flash Professional is used to create content for the Adobe Engagement Platform (such as web applications, games and movies, and content for mobile phones and other embedded devices).

Macromedia Flash is an industry leading tool that supplies its users with animations, presentations, and mind blowing websites, while doing this at a constant low bandwidth. This may get you to asking some questions. Flash is commonly used to create animation, advertisements, various web page components, to integrate video into web pages, and more recently, to develop rich Internet applications. Macromedia Flash player numbers indicate that it is used by more then 386 million people. This number translates to mean that if you have Flash in your website, over 97.4% of your online audience will be able to see it using the Macromedia Flash player.

Contents :-
Macromedia Flash 8
  • Introduction To Macromedia Flash
    Starting Flash
    Introduction
    Getting to know Flash
    What you can do with Flash
    What’s new in Flash
    Installing Flash
    Flash Application Window
  • Getting Started With Flash
    Getting started
    Menu
    Document properties
    Frame rate
    Tools
    Panels
    Library
    Timeline
  • Flash Basics
    Drawing and Modifying Lines and Shapes
    Using The Pencil Tool and its Options
    The Free Transform Tool
    To create a movie clip/button/graphic symbol
    To draw a PolyStar
    To draw a circular edged box
  • Symbols
    Understanding Symbols
    Graphic symbol
    Movie Clip symbol
    Button Symbol
  • Tweening
    Tweening
    Motion Tweening
    Guide layer Tweening
    Orient to Path
    Easing
    Shape Tweening
    Shape Hints
    Tint Tweening
  • Masking Effects
    Text Masking
    Two-Image Masking
    Dragging Mask
    Animated mask
    Masking effect
  • Text and its Style
    Color effect
    Harmony effect
    Stretch zoom and slide effect
    Text appearance effect
    Text Basics
    Text blink effect
    Typing effect
    Text effect
    Titration Text Effect
  • Basic Effects
    Rotating and Zooming
    Zoom in Zoom out
    Fade in Fade out
    To apply gradient to an element
    To transform a gradient
    To play with the border
    Vanishing Picture effect
    Transformation effect
    Simple image animation
    Photo animation
    Bouncing Ball
  • Advanced Flash Effects
    Adding timeline effects
    Drawing a car
    Frame by frame animation
    Attaching video
    Attaching audio
    Blur Image slide show
    Simple header effect
    Ripple effect
    Sparkle effect
  • Adding Action Script To Your File
    Introduction to ActionScript
    Play, Pause, Stop, next frame, previous frame
    Analog clock
    Complete date with Digital clock
    Custom mouse cursor
    Mouse follower
    Output with keyboard keys
    Moving an object via keyboard arrow keys
    Tool Tip
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
    Keyboard Shortcuts
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Microsoft Publisher


MicrosoftPublisher Microsoft Office Publisher is a desktop publishing application from Microsoft. It is often considered to be an entry-level desktop publishing application, differing from Microsoft Word in that the emphasis is placed on page layout and design rather than text composition and proofing.

Microsoft Publisher 2007 provides simple story editing with Microsoft Word 2007, but unlike Adobe InDesign & Adobe InCopy, it does not provide built in XML story board and copy-editing support.

Publisher is included in high-end editions of Microsoft Office. This reflects Microsoft's emphasis on Publisher as an easy to use and less expensive alternative to the "heavyweights" and also its focus on the small business market where firms do not have dedicated design professionals available to make marketing materials and other documents.

Contents :-
Microsoft Publisher
  • Introduction to Microsoft Publisher
    Introduction to Microsoft Publisher
    Features of Publisher
  • Getting Started with Publisher
    Starting Publisher
    Publisher Interface description
    Publisher Menus
    Publisher Toolbars
  • Working with Publications
    Creating a Basic Publication
    Formatting Publication using Task pane
    Working with Text
    Working with Pages
  • Advanced Text editing and formatting
    Text Editing
    Text formatting with formatting toolbar
    Advanced Text Formatting
    Paragraph Formatting
  • Working with Graphics & Design options
    Adding Business information
    Working with Images
    Image editing
    Editing Publication Design
  • Printing & Publishing Publications
    Print Previewing a Publication
    Using Page setup
    Printing a Publication
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Scripting Language Courses
HTML


Html HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the predominant markup language for the creation of web pages. It provides a means to describe the structure of text-based information in a document — by denoting certain text as headings, paragraphs, lists, and so on — and to supplement that text with interactive forms, embedded images, and other objects. HTML can also describe, to some degree, the appearance and semantics of a document, and can include embedded scripting language code which can affect the behavior of web browsers and other HTML processors.

HTML is a subset of Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and is specified by the World Wide Web Consortium W3C .

Contents :-
HTML
  • Introduction to HTML
    What is HTML?
    Why do we need HTML?
    Basics of HTML
  • HTML Tags
    Introduction
    Basic Tags
    Character format Tags
    Output Tags
    Block Tags
    Other Tags
    Summary
  • HTML Colors
    Introduction
    Different color review
  • HTML Lists
    Introduction
    Unordered List
    Ordered List
    Definition List
    Examples
  • Hyperlinks
    Introduction
    Hyperlinks
    Tags used in Hyperlinks
    Types of linking
    How to Hyperlink an Image
  • Multimedia
    Introduction
    Working with Images
    How to Hyperlink an Image
    How to Make the Image as Hyperlink
    How to Create the Page with Image as Background
    Working with the Video Files
    Attributes with Example
    How to Add the Audio Files to Your Page
  • Frames
    Introduction
    Different Types of Frame
    Frame Tag & Its Attributes
    Examples of Different Frames
  • Tables
    Introduction
    Table Tags
    Attributes
    How to Create Table?
    Example on the Colspan and Rowspan
  • Frames and Input Elements
    Introduction
    Form Tags
    The Form’s Action, Attributes & Submit Button
    Input Tags and Its Attributes
    Text Fields
    Password Fields
    Radio Buttons
    Checkbox Buttons
    Text area Tags
    Label Tags
    Field set Tags
    Select Tag
    Opt Group Tags
    Option Tags
    Optional Attributes
    Buttons
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Javascript


JavaScript JavaScript is a powerful, object-based scripting language; JavaScript programs can be embedded directly in HTML web pages.
When combined with the Document Object Model (DOM) defined by a web browser, JavaScript allows you to create Dynamic HTML content and interactive client-side web applications.

JavaScript syntax is based on the popular programming languages C, C++, and Java, which makes it familiar and easy to learn for experienced programmers. At the same time, JavaScript is an interpreted scripting language, providing a flexible programming environment in which new programmers can learn easily.

Contents :-
Javascript
  • Introduction to JavaScript
    What is Javascript
    Javascript is Java or what?
    What we can do using Javascript?
    What user should know before using Javascript
    What Hardware & Software requirements are to run JavaScript?
    How to use JavaScript into HTML code?
    Is semi colon needed to end the statement?
  • What is data type & Variable?
    Number
    String
    Boolean
    Null & undefined
    Infinite and NAN
    Arrays
  • Popup Boxes
    Alert Box
    Prompt Box
    Confirm Box
  • Operators
    Arithmetic Operators
    Logical Operators
    Assignment Operators
    Comparison Operators
    String Operators
    Ternary Operators
  • Type Conversion
    Conversion to Boolean
    Conversion to Number
    Conversion to String
  • Condition Checking
    If
    If - - else
    if - - else if – else
    Switch
  • Looping
    while
    do – while
    For
    break and continue
    for - - in
  • Function
    User defined simple functions
    Parameterized functions
    Functions Returning Values
    Recursive Functions
    Scope of a variable
  • Events
    onblur
    onclick
    ondblclick
    onfocus
    onkeydown
    onkeypress
    onkeyup
    onload
    onmousedown
    onmousemove
    onmouseout
    onmouseover
    onmouseup
    onreset
    onresize
    onselect
    onsubmit
    onunload
  • DOM (Document Object Model)
    DOM window
    DOM Navigator
    DOM screen
    DOM history
    DOM document
  • Error Handling
    Try - - Catch
    throw
  • Objects
    Properties
    Methods
    Functions also behaves like objects
    Array also behaves like objects
    Form Object
    String Object
    Math Object
    Date Object
    Regular Expressions
  • Browser Details of Client
    Browser name
    Browser version
  • Cookies in JavaScript
    What are cookies
  • Validations using JavaScript
    Validations using JavaScript
  • Animations using JavaScript
    Animations using JavaScript
  • Time settings using JavaScript
    Time settings using JavaScript
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PHP


PHP PHP Shorts for "Php Hypertext PreProcessor" is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating web pages as output.
While PHP was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1995, the main implementation of PHP is now produced by The PHP Group and serves as the de facto standard for PHP as there is no formal

specification. It can be deployed on most web servers and on almost every operating system and platform free of charge.PHP is installed on more than 20 million websites and 1 million servers. It is also the most popular Apache module among computers using Apache as a web server. The most recent major release of PHP was version 5.2.6 on May 1, 2008.

Contents :-
PHP
  • Introduction to LAMP and PHP
    Introduction to LAMP
    Getting Your Environment Ready
    Alternatives available on Windows
    Introduction to PHP
    Why PHP?
    Where do PHP Stands?
  • Getting Started with PHP
    Pre-requisite
    Choosing an Editor
    Testing your Environment
    First PHP script
  • PHP Basics
    PHP Syntax
    PHP comments
    PHP Operators
    PHP Execution Operator - Executing Server Side Commands
  • Variable, Arrays & String
    PHP Variables
    PHP String
    PHP Arrays
    Explode and Implode
  • PHP Flow control and looping
    IF-ELSE
    Switch-case
    PHP Loops
  • PHP Functions
    What is a PHP function?
    Creating and using simple functions
    Passing parameter to a Function
    Returning values from function
    Built-in Functions
    File inclusion functions
  • Object Oriented Programming with PHP5
    Introduction
    Benefits of OOP
    Difference between PHP4 & PHP5
    Classes and Objects in PHP5
    Creating and Using Classes in PHP5
  • Working with File System & I/O
    Working with Directories
    Working with Files
    Creating, Copying, moving and Deleting File
  • Working with Forms
    Creating Simple HTML form
    More Complex Form
    Using validation with Forms
  • Working with Database
    Introduction
    Creating a Connection
    Retrieving Database and Table list
    Creating Databases and Tables
    Using MySQL DML command
    Retrieving record from database
    Error Handling
  • Session management and Cookie
    What is a Cookie?
    Creating and Using Cookie
    What is a PHP Session?
    Using Session management in PHP
  • PHP Advanced
    Handling File Upload
    PHP E-mail
    Date
    PHP XML
    PHP Filter
  • Appendix
    PHP Filter
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CSS


CSS Style sheets are a very powerful tool for the Web site developer. They give you the chance to be completely consistent with the look and feel of your pages, while giving you much more control over the layout and design than straight HTML ever did.

HTML tags were originally designed to define the content of a document. They were supposed to say "This is a header", "This is a paragraph", "This is a table", by using tags like <h1>, <p>,<table> and so on. The layout of the document was supposed to be taken care of by the browser, without using any formatting tags.

Contents :-
CSS
  • Introduction
    Introduction to CSS
    Difference between CSS and HTML
  • Getting Started with CSS
    Basic CSS Syntax
    CSS Comments
    CSS Identifier
    Background Colors and images
    Cascading
  • Formatting HTML with CSS
    CSS Text
    CSS Font
    CSS Links
    CSS Padding
    Margins
  • Layout
    Line Spacing
    CSS Positioning
    CSS Layers
  • Border
    Border Color
    Border Width
    Border Style
    Side Border
    Border
  • Margins
    Top Margin
    Left Margin
    Bottom Margin
    Right Margin
  • Advance CSS
    Cursor
    Classification
    Dimension
    onMouseover Effect
    Creating a CSS based menu
  • Miscellaneous
    Color Value
    Media
    Style Object
  • Web Standard
    Web standards and Validation
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DHTML


DHTML Dynamic HTML, a combination of HTML enhancements, scripting language and interface that are used to deliver animations, interactions and dynamic updating on Web pages.

The two major elements are the JavaScript language and the DOM (Documetn Object Model). JavaScript is a derivative of JavaScript, and DOM is an interface that presents the HTML document to the programmer as an object model for ease in updating.Thus the dynamic characteristic of DHTML is the way it functions while a page is viewed, not in its ability to generate a unique page with each page load.

A DHTML webpage is any webpage in which client-side scripting changes variables of the presentation definition language, which in turn affects the look and function of otherwise "static" HTML page content, after the page has been fully loaded and during the viewing process.

Contents :-
DHTML
  • Introduction to DHTML
    What is DHTML
    Working with HTML DOM
  • DHTML collections & styles
    DOM Collections
    Dynamic Styles
    Dynamic Expressions
  • DHTML Browser Object Model
    Window object
    Status and defaultstatus
    Frames
    Windows Child object
    InnerText and InnerHTML
  • DHTML DOM
    Hierarchical Structure of DOM
    Accessing elements through DOM
  • DHTML Events
    Introduction to DHTML events
    Onload & OnUnload events
    Onmouseover and Onmouseout events
    Onclick event
  • DHTML Examples
    DHTML rollover menu
    No Rightclick[IE & Safari only]
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DTD


DTD DTD is a language that describes the contents of an SGML/HTML (or simply markup) document. The DTD is also used with XML, and the DTD definitions may be embedded within an XML document or in a separate file.

DTDs cannot be used to define XML namespaces, and DTDs are written using their own syntax, not XML syntax. As a result, XML schemas such as W3C XML Schema and RELAX NG are used to define the content of an XML document.

In a DTD, the structure of a class of documents is described via element and attribute-list declarations. Element declarations name the allowable set of elements within the document, and specify whether and how declared elements and runs of character data may be contained within each element.
Attribute-list declarations name the allowable set of attributes for each declared element, including the type of each attribute value, if not an explicit set of valid value(s).

Contents :-
DTD
  • Introduction to DTD
    Introduction to XML DTD
  • DTD Building Blocks
    Element, Attributes & Entities
    DTD Elements
    DTD Attributes
    DTD Entities
    DTD ATTLIST Declration
    DTD NOTATION, SHORTREF
  • DTD Examples
    Sample DTD
    Sample DTD Explanation
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AJAX


ajax Ajax (shorthand for asynchronous JavaScript + XML) is a group of interrelated web development techniques used on the client-side to create interactive web applications. With Ajax, web applications can retrieve data from the server asynchronously in the background without interfering with the display and behavior of the existing page.The use of Ajax techniques has led to an increase in interactive or dynamic interfaces on web pages.

Data is usually retrieved using the XMLHttpRequest object. Despite the name, the use of JavaScript and XML is not actually required, nor do the requests need to be asynchronous.
The term Ajax has come to represent a broad group of web technologies that can be used to implement a web application that communicates with a server in the background, without interfering with the current state of the page.

Contents :-
AJAX
  • AJAX Introduction
    What is Ajax?
    Why Ajax ?
    Technologies used in AJAX
    How does it works?
    Drawbacks of Ajax
  • AJAX: getting started
    Elements(Technologies) used in Ajax
    XML Basic
    The XMLHttpRequest Object
    Ajax using the GET and POST method
  • AJAX Request
    Introduction
  • AJAX Browsers
    Ajax Working With browser
  • AJAX XMLHttpRequest
    Introduction
  • AJAX Examples
    Creating Your First AJAX Page
    The JavaScript Function
    The Back-End & Front-End Page
  • Real-life examples & Usage cases
    Ajax with PHP
    Search example
    Ajax- form vatidation
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HTML DOM


HTMLDOM The Document Object Model (DOM) is a platform- and language-independent standard object model for representing HTML or XML and related formats.

A web browser is not obliged to use DOM in order to render an HTML document. However, the DOM is required by JavaScript scripts that wish to inspect or modify a web page dynamically. In other words, the Document Object Model is the way JavaScript sees its containing HTML page and browser state.

Because the DOM supports navigation in any direction and allows for arbitrary modifications, an implementation must at least buffer the document that has been read so far.
Hence the DOM is likely to be best suited for applications where the document must be accessed repeatedly or out of sequence order. If the application is strictly sequential and one-pass, the SAX model is likely to be faster and use less memory.
In addition, non-extractive XML parsing models, such as VTD-XML, provide a new memory-efficient option.

Contents :-
HTML DOM
  • HTML DOM Introduction
    What is the DOM?
    HTML Application of Core DOM
    Miscellaneous Object Definitions
    Objects related to HTML documents
  • Working with HTML DOM
    Introduction
    getElementsByTagName ()
    getElementsByID()
    Accessing Element and Text Nodes Hierarchically
    Attaching Events
    Accessing Attribute Nodes
    Accessing Nodes by Type, Name or Value
    Accessing Nodes by Class Name
    Removing Nodes from the DOM
    Creating New Nodes
    setAttribute() Method
  • HTML Elements
    Property Attributes
    Naming Exceptions
    Interface HTML Element
  • Object definitions
    Reference about all Interface element
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Java Server Page


JavaServerPages Java Server Pages (JSP) technology enables Web developers and designers to rapidly develop and easity maintain, information- rich, dynamic Web pages that leverage exiting business systems.
As part of the Java technology family, JSP technology enables rapid development of Web-based applications that are platform independent.
JSP technology separates the user interface from content generation, enabling designers to change the overall page layout without altering underlying dynamic content.

The prerequisites are :
* HTML .You should be able to put together HTML pages.
* Java . You should be able to program in Java.

Contents :-
Java Server Page
  • Evolution of Web Application
    Introduction
    Main Issues
    Characteristics
    Java’s Role for Server Applications
    Java Server Pages-An Overview
    The component of JSPs
    How JSP and JSP Container Function
    JSP Architecture
    Benefits of JSP
  • Introduction to Java Server Pages
    What is Java Server Pages?
    How a JSP Page Looks Like?
    Why we employ JSP?
    JSP Advantages
    Convenience of JSP Coding Versus Servlet Coding
    Seprations of Bussiness Logic from Page Presentation
    JSP Pages and Alternative Markup Languages
    What we need to Get Started?
    Sample Example
  • JSP Overview
    Structure of a JSP page
    Directives
    Scripting Elements
    JSP Tags
  • Overview of JSP Syntax Elements
    Introduction
    Directives
    Scripting Elements
    JSP Objects
    Using an implicit Object
    Object Scopes
    Standard Action: JSP Tags
  • JSP Directives
    Introduction
    The JSP Page Directive
    The JSP include Directive
    Example Using Scripting Elements and Directives
  • JSP Scripting Element
    Introduction
    JSP Expression
    JSP Scriptlet
    JSP Declarations
  • Comments and Character Quoting Conversions
    Comments and Character Quoting
  • Actions in JSP
    Introduction
    The jsp:include Action
    What's New in JSP
    The jsp:useBean Action
    More jsp:useBean Details
    The jsp:set Property Action
    The jsp:get Property Action
    The jsp:forward Action
    The jsp:plugin Action
  • Session Management in JSP
    Introduction
    Standard Actions
    Usign JavaBean Components
    Forwarding Request
    Request Chainging
    Including Requests
    Synchronization Issues
  • JSP Components
    Introduction
    Setting Up the JSP Component's J2EE Application
    Setting Up the Database
    Writing the JSP File
    Coding the JavaBeans Component
    Compiling the JavaBeans Component
    Creating the JSP Component's .war File
    Specifying the JNDI Names
    Deploying the JSP Component's J2EE Application
    Running the JSP Component
  • JSP Cookies
    Introduction
    Cookie Class
    Example Using Cookies
  • Exception Handling in JSP Pages
    What are Exception?
    How to catch Exceptions?
    Building Demo Pages
    Running the Demo Pages
    Improved FormHandler.jsp
  • Accessing Database from JSP
    Introduction
    Database
    JSP code for connection
    Explanation of Codes
  • Predefined Variables in JSP
    Introduction
    Different Predefined Variables
  • Syntax Summary
    Summary
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JQuery


JQuery jQuery is great library for developing Ajax based application; It is also a great library for JavaScript script programmer, that makes it easy to create wonderful web effects in just a few lines of code . It was released in January 2006 at BarCamp NYC by John Resig.You can use jQuery to develop cool web 2.0 applications. jQuery helps the programmers to keep code simple and concise. The jQuery library is designed to keep the things very simple and reusable.

jQuery is java script and can be used with JSP, Servlets, ASP, PHP, CGI and almost all the web programming languages.
JQuery is nothing but simply call a JavaScript base library. It adds syntax to the JavaScript language to ease working with the DOM.

Contents :-
JQuery
  • Introduction With JQuery
    Introduction
    Why Jquery?
    Technology used in JQuery
    Features & Facts of JQuery
    Example Explaning the working of JQuery
  • Module 2:
    Getting started with JQuery
  • Module 3:
    Examples and Explanations(How to use it in application)
  • Module 4:Advance JQuery
    Dynamic Application of JQuery
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RSS


RSS A syndication format that was developed by Netscape in 1999 and became very popular for aggregating updates to blogs and the news sites. RSS has also stood for "Rich Site Summary" and "RDF Site Summary."
RSS is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated content such as blog entries, news headlines or podcasts.

An RSS document, which is called a "feed," "web feed," or "channel," contains either a summary of content from an associated web site or the full text.

RSS makes it possible for people to keep up with their favorite web sites in an automated manner that's easier than checking them manually.

Contents :-
RSS
  • Introduction to RSS
    History of RSS
    What is RSS?
  • Basic of RSS
    Anatomy of RSS
    How RSS works?
  • RSS Syntax
    RSS channel
    RSS Item
  • Advanced RSS
    Publishing Your RSS
    Subscribing and Reading a Feed
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VBScript


VBScript VBScript is a scripting language. VBScript was created by Microsoft to use either as a client-side scripting language for the Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 3.0 and later) or as a server-side scripting language with the Microsoft Internet Information Server (versions 3.0 and later).A primary advantage for using the server-side approach is that the VBScript is processed by the server before it is transmitted to the client.


In our VBScript tutorial you will learn how to write VBScript, and how to insert these scripts into your HTML files to make your web pages more dynamic and interactive. VBScript Version 5.0 was released in 1999.
Certainly, the most important new feature of Version 5.0 is the ability to create your own class objects. Other new features included like the Timer function, With statement, and regular expression searching using the RegExp and Match objects.

Contents :-
VBScript
  • Introduction With VBScript
    Introduction
    What is VBScript?
    VBScript Code in an HTML Document
    Handle Older Browsers
    Placing the VBScript
  • Working With VBScript
    Adding VBScript to a Web page
    Adding VBScript
    Preferred Method to Include VBScript
  • VBScript Variable
    Introduction to Variables
    Declaring Variables
    Variants and Subtypes
    Scope of Variables
    Constants and Arrays
  • VBScript Operators
    Introduction
    Operators with its description
  • Conditional and looping
    Introduction
    Conditional Statements
    Looping Statements
  • VBScript Procedures
    Introduction
    Sub Procedures
    Function Procedures
    Getting Data into and out of Procedures
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WAP WML


WAPWML WML (Wireless Markup Language) is the new web language for making sites on mobile phones.
Over the past few months new WAP (Wireless Applications Protocol) phones have become extremely popular and many large websites have created special 'mobile' versions of their site.

Many people predict that, over the next few years, WAP sites will become even morepopular and e-commerce over mobile phones will be widely available.

Wireless Markup Language(WML) based on XML, is a content format for devices that implement the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) specification, such as mobile phones, and preceded the use of other markup languages now used with WAP, such as XHTML and even standard HTML (which are gaining in popularity as processing power in mobile devices increases).

Contents :-
WAP WML
  • Introduction to WAP
    Evolution of XML
    Introduction to WAP & WML
    Benefits of WAP
  • Basics of WML
    Structure of WML document
    The wml Tag
    Basic WML Tags
    WML Comments
  • WML Formatting Tags
    The p Tag
    The b Tag
    The em & i Tag
    The strong Tag
    The u Tag
  • WML Linking Tags
    The a Tag
    The anchor Tag
    The go tag
    The prev Tag
  • WML Form
    The input Tag
    The option & optgroup Tags
    The fieldset tag
    The postfield Tag
  • Other WML Tags
    head Tag
    noop tag
    onevent Tag
    WML Table Tag
    The timer Tag
    refresh Tag
    setvar Tag
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Working With PHP


WorkingWithPHP This Manual is for developing a web application starting from Scratch , we here discuss every thing from the Beginning and giving you a step by step knowledge , expecting you don’t know about the web development, how can you start web development, what is the requirements & tools, what is the editors to be used etc.In spite of these we here give a step by step help section, print screens, Interview Questions and appendix to actually visualize you to grasp the Logic as well as presentation of actual web development.

This manual, teaches you all flavors of development phases starting from Learning the concept, explaining with examples, basic requirement for a software development, tools software’s, leaning materials and giving the idea of how a software development process going on with providing DFD, flowchart E-R diagram, and suitable screen shots and of course project documentation.
And as soon as you follow this, at the last you must feel that the fear of the evil of development will go, and now you have capability to develop software.

Contents :-
Working With PHP
  • Getting Started
    Preface
  • Introduction
    About WWP
  • Introduction to Web Technology
    Client-Server Technology
    Apache Web Server
    World Wide Web & Internet
    Web Browsers
    Web Standards (W3C)
    Database Management System
  • Server Side & Client Side Script
    Introduction to HTML
    Introduction to CSS
    Introduction to Java Script
    Introduction to PHP
    php oop's concepts
    Introduction to MySql
  • Operating System
    Windows XP & Vista
  • Installation & Configuration of Packages
    Installation of Wamp
    Working With WAMP
    Working With WAMP
  • Manual Installation
    Installation of Apache
    Installation of PHP
    Installation of MySql
  • WYSWYG Tools for Windows
    Edit Plus
    Dreamweaver
  • Project Documentation
    Introduction
    Idea for making this project
    Reasons
    Solution
  • DETAILED ABOUT PROJECT
    Basic Features
    Aim and Objectives
    Platform (Technologies/Tools)
    Project Description
  • MODULES
    Admin Module
    User Module
    Quiz Module
  • STRUCTURE PATTERN
    Flow Chart
    DFD
    E-R Diagram
  • DATABASE
    Creating Database
  • HTML View
    HTML View for the Quiz system
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XHTML


XHTML XHTML is a markup language for Web pages from the W3C(World Wide Web Consortium). XHTML combines HTML and XML into a single format (HTML 4.0 and XML 1.0). Like XML, XHTML can be extended with proprietary tags. Also like XML, XHTML must be coded more rigorously than HTML. Over the years, HTML coders have become sloppy, because Web browser software was originally written to tolerate many variations in HTML coding, but, with XHTML, coders must conform to the XML rules.

In one sentence we can say that XHTML is a superset of HTML, but unlike HTML it is stricter to rules and requires a document to follow XML rules.Whereas HTML is an application of SGML, a very flexible markup language, XHTML is an application of XML, a more restrictive subset of SGML.

Contents :-
XHTML
  • Introduction to XHTML
    History of HTML
    Evolution of XHTML
    XHTML vs. HTML
    Why XHTML
    XHTML Tags and CSS Styles
  • Basic Document Layout
    Getting started with XHTML
    Structuring Page Content
    Paragraph & blockquote tags
    Line Breaks <br/>
    Heading
    Horizontal Rules
    XHTML Lists
    Linking Pages
  • Document Style
    Applying Styles
    Margins
    Alignment
    Width and Height
    Color
    Spans and Divisions
    Style Selectors and Classes
    Styling Lists
    Borders and Padding
    Element Sizing
    Element Positioning
  • Formatting Text
    Font Settings
    Text Properties
    Font Style Tags
    Text and Background Colors
    Special Characters
  • Graphics
    Supported Graphic Formats
    Displaying Images in web pages
    Background Images
  • Creating Links
    Text Links
    Graphic Links
    Image Maps
  • Working with Tables
    XHTML table Tag
    XHTML tfoot Tag
    XHTML th Tag
    XHTML tbody Tag
    XHTML td Tag
    XHTML tr Tag
    Text Alignment
    Column and Row Span
    Using Tables for Page Layout
  • Incorporating Multimedia
    Audio/Video Formats
    Playing Audio
    Playing Video
  • Using Frames in WebPages
    Creating Framesets
    Targeting Frames
    Floating Frames iframe
  • Working with XHTML Form elements
    Form Controls
    Creating Forms
    Textbox Controls
    Textarea Control
    Radio Buttons
    Checkboxes
    Drop-Down Lists
    Submit and Reset Buttons
    Group Boxes and Tab Order
  • Designing Web Sites
    Site Structure
    Storyboarding
    Page Colors
    Typography
    Accessibility
  • Events
    OnBlur Event
    OnChange Event
    OnClick Event
    OnFocus Event
    OnKeyDown Event
    OnLoad Event
    OnMouseDown Event
    OnMouseMove Event
    OnMouseOut Event
    OnMouseover Event
    Unload Event
  • XHTML DTD
    XHTML 1.0 DTD Reference
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XML


XML The eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a general-purpose markup language. Its primary purpose is to facilitate the sharing of data across different information systems, particularly via the Internet. It is a simplified subset of the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), and is designed to be relatively human-legible.

By adding semantic constraints, application languages can be implemented in XML. These include XHTML, RSS, MathML, GraphML, Scalable Vector Graphics(SVG), MusicXML, and thousands of others.

Moreover, XML is sometimes used as the specification language for such application languages.
What makes XML truly powerful is the acceptance and hard work done by all those who work with databases, programming, office application, etc.
It is because of this hard work that the tools exist to do these conversions from whatever platform into standardized XML data or convert XML into a format used by that platform.

Contents :-
XML
  • Markup Languages
    History Markup Languages
    Introduction to XML
  • What is XML?
    XML and SGML
    XML and HTML
    Why XML
  • XML Basic
    XML how to
    XML Syntax and Elements
    XML Attributes
    Entity References
    Comments
  • Valid XML
    What is a Document?
    Well- Formed XML Document
    Valid XML Document
  • XML DTD
    Introduction to DTD
    DTD Elements
    DTD Attributes
    DTD Entities
  • XML Formatting
    Formatting XML with CSS
    Formatting XML with XSL
  • XML Parser
    Working with MS XML Parser
    Mozilla & Opera XML Parser
    XML Data island
  • XML Schema
    Introduction to XML Schema
    Schema vs. DTD
    XML Schema Elements
    XML Schema Attributes
    XML Schema Facets
    XML Schema Example
  • XML Advanced
    Namespaces
    CDATA
    PCDATA
  • XML on Work
    XML and Server
    XML in Real Life
    XML Technologies
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XML Schema


XMLSchema The definition of an XML document, which includes the XML tags and their interrelationships. Residing within the document itself, an XML schema may be used to verify the integrity of the content.

Various recommendations for an XML schema were submitted to the W3C, and a standard was approved in May 2001 that included the ability to define data by type (date, integer, etc.).

An XML schema is a description of a type of XML document, typically expressed in terms of constraints on the structure and content of documents of that type, above and beyond the basic syntax constraints imposed by XML itself.
Through a process called time-sharing, a large computer can handle interaction with hundreds of users simultaneously, giving each the perception of being the sole user.
An XML schema provides a view of the document type at a relatively high level of abstraction.

Contents :-
XML Schema
  • Introduction to Schema
    Evolution of XML
    Introduction to DTD
    XMLSchema in sight
    Schema vs. DTD
  • Getting Started with XML Schema
    First Schema Document
    Simple Elements
    Simple Attributes
    Simple Restrictions
  • XML Schema Data types
    Introduction
    XS Numeric types
    XS Logic, Binary and Text types
    XS Date and Time types
    Data Types and Restrictions
  • XS Complex Types
    XS Complex Element
    XS Text only and Mixed Elements
    XS Indicators
    XS Element Substitution
    XS any
  • XML Schema and Java
    Introduction to SAX
    Getting the Java XML Parser
    Choosing the suitable XML API
    Parsing XML with SAX
    Validating XML with Java
    XML to JTree
  • Schema Validation
    Schema Validation
    Validating Schema with Java
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XSL


XSL EXtensible Stylesheet Language(XSL) is an standard from the W3C for describing a style sheet for XML documents. It is the XML counterpart to the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in HTML and is compatible with CSS2.

XSL is made up of three components:
(1) XSL Transformations (XSLT) is the processing language for XSL. It is used to convert XML documents into HTML or other document types and may be used independently of XSL.
(2) XML Path Language (XPath) is used to identify and select tagged elements within an XML document, and
(3) XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO) provides the format vocabulary.

An XSLT is the transformation language, which lets you define a transformation from XML into some other format.
For example, you might use XSLT to produce HTML or a different XML structure. You could even use it to produce plain text or to put the information in some other document format.
eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation, converts an XML document into another format such as HTML, PDF or text.

Contents :-
XSL
  • Introduction to XSL
    Introduction
    Overview of XSL Transformations
    XSL output methods
    What's with stylesheets in the first place?
    What Does a Stylesheet Do?
    Transformation capabilities
    The components of the XSL
  • Getting Started with XSL
    HTML vs. XSL Formatting Objects
    The Structure of a Stylesheet
    A Complete Example
  • XSL Match pattern
    Match Patterns (Locating Elements)
    More Complex Patterns
    Node Tests & Axis Specifiers
  • Style Sheets
    Applying Style
    Conflict Resolution
    Applying Style Procedurally
    Named Template Example
    Creating the Result Tree
    Conditional Processing
  • XSL Variables
    Declaring and Using Variables
    Numbering
  • XSL FO(Formatting Objects)
    XSL Formatting Objects
    Formatting objects and properties
    Sample XSL-FO
    Formatting Object Basics
    Common Formatting Objects
    Page Layout
    Content
    Leaders and Rules
    Graphics
    Links
    Lists
    Tables
    Inlines
    Footnotes
    Floats
    Formatting Properties
  • Input Whitespace & Output Serialization
    xsl:preserve-space
    xsl:strip-space
    xsl:output
    xsl:namespace-alias
  • Applying Style
    xsl:import
    xsl:include
    xsl:apply-imports
    xsl:attribute-set
    xsl:comment
    xsl:processing-instruction
  • XSL Sorting
    Attributes
    Sorting & Numbering
  • XSL elements Index
    XSLT Element Index
    XPath Functions
    XSLT Functions
    xsl:stylesheet or xsl:transform
    xsl:template
    xsl:apply-templates
    xsl:for-each
    xsl:call-template
    xsl:param
    xsl:with-param
    xsl:text
    xsl:copy
    xsl:copy-of
    xsl:value-of
    xsl:element
    xsl:if
    xsl:choose
    xsl:when
    xsl:otherwise
    xsl:message
    xsl:variable
    xsl:decimal-format
    xsl:key
    xsl:fallback
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Miscellaneous Courses
Internet


Internet Internet is a worldwide system of interconnected computer networks. The origins of the Internet can be traced to the creation of ARPANET as a network of computers under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Defense in 1969.
Today, the Internet connects millions of computers around the world in a nonhierarchical manner unprecedented in the history of communications. The Internet is a product of the convergence of media, computers, and telecommunications.

The Internet supplements the traditional tools you use to gather information, Data, Graphics, News and correspond with other people. Used skillfully, the Internet shrinks the world and brings information, expertise, and knowledge on nearly every subject imaginable straight to your computer.
By the turn of the century, information, including access to the Internet, will be the basis for personal, economic, and political advancement. The popular name for the Internet is the information superhighway.

Contents :-
Internet
  • Introduction of Internet
    Introduction
    What is the Internet?
    History & Development of the Internet
    What was ARPANET?
    Architecture of Internet
  • Important Definition
    Important Definitions of Internet
  • Components of Internet
    Web Browsers
    WWW
    Web Pages
    Website
    HTML
    HTTP
    URL
    Gopher
  • Functionality of Internet
    Clint-Server Architecture
    Domain name
    Internet Resources
    Internet Time
    Internet Addressing
    IP Address
    InterNIC
    Internet Society
    ISP
    Protocol
    Search Engines
    TCP/IP
    Computer Viruses
    Security
  • History of Web Browsers
    Hot Java
    Netscape Navigator
    Internet Explorer
    Mozzila Firefox
    Opera
    Working with IE6
  • Why we need the Internet?
    What can we do on web?
    Safe e-shopping
    Use of Internet for Children
    Culture
    Evaluating Web resources
    Benefits of Internet
  • Internet Application
    FTP
    Telnet
    News groups
    Video conferencing
    Chat
    E-commerce
    E-learning
  • E-Mail
    Introduction to E-mail
    How does e-mail work?
    Setting up an e-mail accoun
    Sending & Receiving e-mail
  • Working with Internet
    File Download
    The different forms of Downloading
    Images on the Web
  • A-Z of Internet
    A-Z of Internet
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Tally 5.4


Tally5.4 Tally 5.4 is versatile and massive software package , being used by various types of trades and industry.

The Tally 5.4 version also provide facility of inventory management. To take advantages of full potential of tally, the user has to under stand its feature their implication and how to implement them into business scenario. Tally is one of the most simple and complete business solutions available in the world. Anybody who has a basic knowledge of accounts or an average knowledge of English can use Tally.

Contents :-
Tally 5.4
  • Introduction of Tally
    Introduction
  • Gateway of Tally
    Gateway of tally
  • Account Information
    Introduction
    Groups
    Ledgers
    Voucher type
    Cost center
    Cost categories
  • Inventory Information & Voucher entry
    Introduction
    Inventory information
    Voucher entry
    Voucher type
  • Company Creation
    Introduction
    Create a new Company
  • Ledger creation
    Ledger Basics
    Ledger creation
  • Display & Multi account printing
    Display
    Multi accout printing
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Tally 8.1


Tally8.1 Tally 8.1 is the world’s first business application to support the concurrent or simultaneous use of different languages - a real breakthrough in business accounting and inventory management software. The feature rich Tally 8.1 is a higher version of the VAT compliant and highly successful Tally 7.2.

Tally as we know is purely Indian Software (Tally Solution Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore) to help you in maintaining accounts & Inventory of your office, home, Industry or for that matter any business which you too may be having.

Backed by a legacy of incredible simplicity, Tally 8.1 takes one more considerable step towards ensuring that concrete business compensation are realized, from accounting on computers.

Contents :-
Tally 8.1
Introduction to Tally 8.1
New Feature of Tally 8.1
Installation of Tally 8.1
Company Creation
Main Area
Activate F11: Feature (Company Feature)
Security Control
How to Manage and Operate Groups?
Display or Alter a Group
Multiple Creation of Groups
How to Manage & Operate Ledger
Creating Multiple Ledgers
Creating Inventory Masters
Creating Multiple Stock Groups
Stock Categories
Displaying & Altering Stock
Displaying & Altering Stock Categories
Stock Items
Enter Standard Rates
Costing Method
Locations/Godowns
Units of Measure
Price Levels
Price Lists
Entering Accounting Voucher in Tally
How to Enter Vouchers?
Type of Voucher
Accounting Vouchers
Contra Entry (F4)
Payment Entry F5
Cheque Printing
Receipt Entry (F6)
Journal Entry
Cash Accounts in Journal
Sales Entry(F8)
Inventory Allocation
Unconventional Vouchers
Memo Voucher
Memorandum Voucher Register
Optional Voucher
Forecasts
Scenario Management
Using Scenarios in Statements & Reports
Post—Dated Vouchers
Purchase & Sales Orders
How to Create A Purchase Order
How to Create a Sales Order
View Order Position
Invoice Entry
Configuring the Invoice
VAT (Value Added Tax)
Enabling Tally VAT
Ledger Masters
Purchase Ledger
Sales Ledger
Duties & Taxes Ledger
Method of Calculation
Purchase Voucher (As Invoice)
Sales Vouchers (As Invoice)
Debit Note/Credit Note
Purchase Return — Debit Note
Sales Returns—Credit Note
Journal
Payment Voucher Entry
Typical Purchase Transaction
Computation of VAT
Voucher Classes
Types Of Voucher
Voucher Creation Screen
Pure Inventory Vouchers
Receipt Note Voucher
Rejection—In Voucher
Delivery Note Voucher
Rejection—Out Voucher
Stock Journal Voucher
Bills of Materials
How to Create a New Manufacturing Journal?
Component (Consumption)
Currencies
Create a Foreign Currency Master
Alter Currency
Rates Of Exchange
Foreign Exchange Transaction
Cost Centers
Cost Category
Creating Cost Centers Under Cost Categories
Budgets
Service Tax
Service Tax in Tally
Creating Service Tax Ledgers
Transferring Earlier Service Tax Entries in Tally
Service Tax Reports
Service Tax Payable
ST3 Report
Tax Deducted At Source (TDS)
TDS in Tally
Creating TDS Master
Creating Party Ledger
Creating Tax Ledger
TCS Introduction
TCS Reports
Job Costing
FBT (Fringe Benefit Tax) In Tally
Excise In Tally
Display –Tally Reports
Modifying Reports
Display Account Books & Statements
Viewing Cash/Bank Books
Display Balance Sheet
Display Profit & Loss Account
Display Trial Balance
Day Book
Books & Registers
Monthly Summary
List Of Vouchers
Ratio Analysis
Cost Centre Reports
Outstanding & Credit Control
Reminder Letters
Statutory Reports
Cash & Funds Flow
Reconciliation Of Bank Accounts
Display Inventory Reports & Statements
Godown Vouchers
Formats For Export Of Data In Tally 8.1
Import Of Data
Shortcut Keys In Tally
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Networking


Networking Networking is a combination of hardware, software and cabling, which together allow multiple computing device to communicate with each other.

In today’s Internet age, the corporate network is truly the lifeblood of business. As the success of any organization becomes increasingly intertwined and dependent on its network it is crucial to understand the latest in networking technology. And as device networking increases the number of things connected to networks and the Internet, rapidly making M2M (machine to machine) a reality, speed, remote management, wireless networking, reliability and the security of networked devices are all concerns that must be addressed.

Contents :-
Networking
  • Overview of Networking
    Introduction
    What is Network
    Component of networks
    Wired or Wireless or both
    Networking Models
    The Internet
    Summary
  • Classification of Computer network
    Classification by Network Layer
    Classification by Scale
    Classification by connection Method
    Classification by Functional Relationship
    Classification by Network Topology
    Classification by Services Provided
  • Physical Characteristics of a Network
    Transmission Media
    Transmission Techniques
    Topologies
    Summary
  • Network Architectures
    Media Access Control
    Comman Lan Architectures
    Summary
  • Network Protocols & Transport
    The Media Access Control Driver
    Protocol Drivers
    Session Management
    Data Gram Services
    Data Segmentation & Sequencing
    Acknowledgement
    Routing
    Comman Network Protocols
    Summary
  • Connecting Devices & Network Adapter Cards
    Connecting Devices
    Ethernet Cable Media Connector Types
    Configuration Options
    Summary
  • NDIS & ODI
    Introduction
    Network Devices & Interface Specification
    Open Data Link Interface
    Summary
  • Network Resourse Management
    Introduction
    Server Based Networks
    Client/Server Networks
    Peer to Peer Networks
    Summary
  • Protecting Your Computer & Data
    Overview-The need for Computer Security
    Basic Security Concepts
    Threats of Users
    Online Spying Tools
    Spam
    Computer Related Injuries
    Summary
  • Cryptography
    Introduction
    Symmetric-Key Cryptography
    Public_Key Cryptography
    Message Security
    Digital Signature
    User Authentication
    Summary
  • Security Protocols
    Introduction
    IP Level Security-IPSEC
    Transport Layer Security
    Application Layer Security:PGP
    Fire walls
    Summary
  • IP Addresses
    Overview
    IP Addressing
    Class Based IP Addresses
    Reserved IP Addresses
    IP Subnetting
    Domain Name System(DNS)
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TCP IP


TCP/IP TCP/IP is a communications protocol used to transfer digital data around the internet.

TCP and IP were developed by a Department of Defense (DOD) research project to connect different networks designed by different vendors into a network of networks (the "Internet").TCP/IP is often referred to as the 'internet protocol'.

TCP/IP stands for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. If this leads you to think that it is not just one protocol, you’re right. In fact, it is not just two protocols, either. TCP/IP is a suite of protocols.
IP is the bedrock protocol of TCP/IP. Every message and every piece of data sent over any TCP/ IP network is sent as an IP packet.
IP’s job is to enable data to be transmitted across and between networks. Hence the name: inter- net protocol.

Contents :-
TCP IP
  • Introduction to Networks
    Introduction to Networks
    Data Communication
    Type of Networks
    Network Components
    Network Media
    Network Topology
  • Network Protocols & ISO model
    ISO OSI model
    Network protocol
  • Introduction to TCP/IP
    Introduction to TCP/IP
    Architecture of TCP/IP
    What TCP/IP provides
    IP Addressing
    Physical Addressing
  • Advanced TCP/IP
    Components of TCP/IP
    TCP/IP Family of Protocols
  • More about TCP/IP
    Troubleshooting
    Abbreviations
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Software Testing


SoftwareTesting Software testing is an activity aimed at evaluating a trait or capability of a program or system and determining that it meets its required results. Although crucial to software quality and extensively deployed by programmers and testers, software testing still remains an art, due to limited understanding of the principles of software. The difficulty in software testing stems from the complexity of software: we can not completely test a program with moderate complexity.

Testing is more than just debugging. The intention of testing can be quality assurance, verification and validation, or reliability estimation. Testing can be used as a generic metric as well. Correctness testing and reliability testing are two major areas of testing. Software testing is a trade-off between budget, time and quality.

Contents :-
Software Testing
  • Software Testing
    Introduction
    Software Testing Cycle
    V Model
  • Black Box Testing
    Introduction
    Advantages & Disadvantages
    Testing Strategies
    Functional Testing
    Stress Testing
    Load Testing
    Usability Testing
    Smoke Testing
    Volume Testing
    Domain Testing
    Regression Testing
    User Acceptence Testing
  • White Box Testing
    Introduction
    Advantages & Disadvantages
    Testing Methods
  • SDLC
    Software Development Life Cycle
  • STLC
    Software Testing Life Cycle
  • LoadRunner
    Introduction
    Creating Virtual User Script
    Creating VUser using LoadRunner
  • WinRunner
    Introduction
    Recording Test Case
    Running the Test
    GUI Map File
    Adding Objects to GUI Map
    Checking GUI Objects
    Adding GUI Checkpoints
    Synchronization of Test Case
    Create a Test
    Synchronizing the Test
    Bitmap Checkpoints
    Data Driven Testing
    Rapid Test Script Wizard
    Why does Test Fail?
    Recording a Basic Test Script
  • Test Director
    Introduction
    Testing Management Process
    Managing the Testing Process
    Running the Automated Test
  • Quick Test Professional
    Introduction
    Recording a Test Case
    Creating Checkpoints
    Data Driven Test
    Adding Parameter Values
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MS Excel


MSExcel Microsoft Excel is a Spreadsheet software developed by Microsoft. Spreadsheets are a great tool for doing math related jobs. Excel is widely used for small scale accounting related work.

Spreadsheet software is used to store information in columns and rows which can then be organized and/or processed. Spreadsheets are designed to work well with numbers but often include text. Sometimes text in a spreadsheet is called a label, because it is labeling columns and rows of numbers.

Numbers are called values sometimes, and can include numbers for counts or measurements, dates, times, and calculations from numbers. Spreadsheets can help organize information, like alphabetizing a list of names or other text or reordering records according to a numeric field.
It is impossible to give a complete listing of applications that can be done in spreadsheets, but they include budgeting displays, checkbook registers, enrollment records, inventories, coded surveys, field and laboratory research data, and financial and accounting applications.

Contents :-
MS Excel
  • Introduction to MS-Excel
    Introduction
    Features of MS-Excel
    Starting MS-Excel
    MS-Excel Application Window
  • Excel Basics
    Creating & saving a Workbook
    Rows, Columns and Cells
    Entering Data
    Creating List using Auto-fill
    Custom Lists
    Using Formula in Excel
    Moving & Copying Text
    Using Cell Reference in Formula
    Types of Cell Referencing
  • Navigating & Searching a Worksheet
    Navigation using Keyboard
    Using Go To for Navigation
    Searching a Worksheet
    Using Find & Replace
  • Editing a Worksheet
    Inserting a Worksheet
    Renaming a Worksheet
    Removing a Worksheet
    Inserting Row and Column
    Resizing Rows and Columns
  • Inserting Graphics
    Insert Picture from Clipart
    Insert Picture from File
    Insert WordArt
    Insert Auto Shape
  • Printing a Worksheet
    Using Page Setup
    Setting Print Area
    Adding Header & Footer
    Print Previewing a Worksheet
    Print a Worksheet
  • Cell Formatting
    Formatting Toolbar
    Number Formatting
    Text Alignment
    Font
    Border & Shading
    Auto Formatting a Worksheet
    Using Conditional Formatting
    Format Painter
  • Formula & Functions
    Mathematical Functions
    Financial Functions
    Date & Time Functions
    Text Functions
    Statistical Functions
  • Pivot Table and Chart
    What is Pivot Table?
    Creating a Pivot Table Report
    What is Chart?
    Creating a Chart in MS-Excel
  • MACRO
    What is Macro?
    Recording a Macro
    Running a Macro
    Deleting a Macro
  • Forms
    Creating and using Forms
  • Validation
    What is Validation?
    How to Use Data Validation in Excel?
  • Importing External Data
    Data Source
    Importing External Data
  • Must Read
    Keyboard Shortcut
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Excel2007


MSExcel2007 Microsoft Excel 2007 is the newest version of Microsoft Office's worksheet program. Technically a worksheet is a single document inside a workbook but we often use the terms worksheet, spreadsheet and workbook interchangeably.

With Excel 2007 you can analyse, manage and share information quickly and easily to make more informed decisions.

Like Microsoft Word 2007, Excel 2007 takes advantage of a new, results-oriented user interface to make powerful productivity tools easily accessible. If you're worried about capacity, Excel 2007 now accommodates 1 million rows and 16,000 columns.
Office 2007 requires Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or higher, Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 or higher, Windows Vista or Windows 7. Office 2007 is the last version of Microsoft Office available for Windows XP Professional .

Contents :-
Excel2007
  • What is Excel 2007?
    Introduction
    What’s New in Excel 2007?
    How to Start Excel 2007
    Application Window of Excel 2007
    Excel Help
  • A First Look at Excel 2007
    Excel 2007 Buttons
    Quick Access Toolbar
    Ribbon in Excel 2007
    What is Worksheet?
    Formula Bar in Excel2007
    Status Bar in Excel2007
  • Move around a worksheet
    Excel Rows,Columns,Cells
  • Make a Start with Excel
    Starting a Work Book
    Create a Work Book
    Save a Work Book
    Open a Work Book
    Enter Text & Number in a Cell
    How to edit text in a cell
    How to Centre Text & Numbers
  • Modifying a Worksheet
    Insert new Rows,Columns,Cells
    Delete existing Cells
    Find & Replace your Text
  • Formatting Data in Excel-2007
    Change Font Style, Size & Color
    Align Cell Entries
    Create Borders
    Add Background Color
    Adding a comment to a cell
  • Formulas in Excel 2007
    Formula for Addition
    Formula for Subtraction
    Formula for Multiplication
    Formula for Division
    Autosum
    Combining the Arithmetic Operators
  • Functions in Excel 2007
    The Sum Function in Excel 2007
    The Average Function in Excel 2007
    The Date Function
    Time Functions in Excel 2007
  • Charts in Excel 2007
    Create a Chart
    Move & Resize your Chart
    Modify a Chart
    Chart Styles & Layouts
  • How to Use Graphics in Excel 2007
    Insert Image from File
    Edit your Pictures & Clipart
    Adding Shapes
    Insert Smart Art
  • Sort & Filter
    Basic Sorts
    Custom Sorts
    Filter
  • Macros in Excel 2007
    Recording a Macro?
    Running a macro?
    Deleting a Macro
  • Page Properties
    Set Page Margins
    Page Orientation
    Page Header & Footer
    Set Page Breaks
  • Printing a Worksheet
    Print Preview
    Print Properties
    Print worksheet
  • Customize the Layout
    Split a Worksheet
    Freeze & Unfreeze Rows & Columns
    Hide & Unhide Worksheets
  • Advance Features in excel 2007
    Drop Down List
    Error Message
    Hyperlink
    Data Validation
  • Importing External Data
    From Access
    From Web
    From Text
  • Keyboard Shortcuts for Excel-2007
    Know the Various Keyboard Shortcuts
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Computer Fundamental


Fundamental Fundamental Computer designed to develop the basic computer skills required in today's technological world. Basic computer is no longer a nicety, but rather a necessity. As computers and software have become more powerful, it seems almost human nature to want the biggest and fastest toy one can afford. This course includes an overview of many of the components of a computer including the motherboard, disk drives, memory and more.

Interactive instructions and presentations are provided for downloading and updates, software applications from the Internet with the basics of files and folders using the features of Computer and to create and save a basic document, run multiple programs, use shortcuts and to customize desktop.

Contents :-
Computer Fundamental
What is Computer?
Computer Generation
Classification of Computers
Basic Computer Operation
Windows Desktop
Hardware, Software & Firmware
Input Devices
Special Input Devices
Central Processing Unit
Output Devices
Computer BUS
Computer Memory
Memory Unit
Computer Data
Files & Folder
Back up and Disk Defragmenter
Computer Software
Types of Software
Installing & Uninstalling Software
Operating System & its types
Device Drivers
Programming Language
Computer Networks
Internet
Services of Internet
Computer Virus
Types of Virus
How to Protect your PC from Virus?
Data Protection
Care of your Computer
Computer Ethics
Common computer Terms
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Computer Hardware


ComputerHardware Hardware is a comprehensive term for all of the physical parts of a computer, as distinguished from the data it contains or operates on, and the software that provides instructions for the hardware to acoomplish tasks. The hardware of a computer is infrequently changed, in comparison with software and data, which are "soft" in the sense that they are readily created, modified or erased on the computer .

The boundary between hardware and software is slightly blurry – firmware.
Firmware is software that is "built-in" to the hardware, but such firmware is usually the province of computer programmers and computer engineers in any case and not an issue that computer users need to concern themselves with.
Most computer hardware is not seen by normal users. It is in embedded systems in automobiles, microwave ovens, electrocardiograph machines, compact disc players, and other devices.

Contents :-
Computer Hardware
  • Hardware Introduction
    Computer Hardware
    Salient features of computer System
    How human being interact with computer
  • Hardwrare Description
    Hardware Level
    Mother Board
    Storage System
  • Physical Identification
    C.P.U.
    Moniter
    Mouse
    Key Board
  • Hardware Inter-Connectivity
    Installation of computer System
    Device Driver
    General Trouble Shooting
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Computer System Architecture


ComputerSystemArchitecture In computer engineering, computer architecture is the conceptual design and fundamental operational structure of a computer system. It is a blueprint and functional description of requirements (especially speeds and interconnections) and design implementations for the various parts of a computer — focusing largely on the way by which the central processing unit (CPU) performs internally and accesses addresses in memory.Computer architecture comprises at least three main subcategories- 1.Instruction set architecture, 2.Microarchitecture, 3.System Design..
It may also be defined as the science and art of selecting and interconnecting hardware components to create computers that meet functional, performance and cost goals.

Contents :-
Computer System Architecture
  • Digital System and Numbering System
    Introduction
    Types of Signals
    Types of Digital Signal
    Binary Numbering System
    Binary Conversion
    Sampling
    Hexadecimal Numeral System
    BCD Numeral System
    Gray Codes
  • Binary Arithmetic
    Binary Addition
    Binary Subtraction
    Floating Point Arithmetic
    Hexadecimal Addition
  • Logic Gates
    Introduction to Logic Gates
    AND Logic Gate
    NOT Gate
    OR Gate
    XOR (Exclusive OR) Gate
    Truth Tables
    Gates Timing Diagram
  • Boolean algebra
    Introduction
    Boolean algebra Symbols
    Laws & Rules of Boolean algebra
    DeMorgan’s Theorem
  • Combinational Logic Applications
    Adders
    Multiplexers
    De-Multiplexers
    Decoders & Encoders
    IC (Integrated Circuit)
  • Binary Operation Applications
    Bitwise Operations
    Parity
    Checksum
    CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check)
  • Memory Organization & Hierarchy
    Organization of Memory Device
    Memory-Processor Interfacing
    Memory Terminology
    Characteristic of Hard Drive
    Data Organization on Hard Drive
    Cache RAM
    Registers
  • Introduction to Processor Architecture
    BUS, Registers and Flags
    Buffers, Stacks and I/O Ports
    Processor Level and CPU Level
    80x86 Execution Unit
    80x86 Bus Interface
    80x86 Assembly Language
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MS Front Page


FrontPage FrontPage is a web-authoring software program. It is very easy to use to develop webs. You did not need to know HTML. You work in an environment similar to a word processing program.

FrontPage not only makes it easy for you to create your own Web pages and sites, it also gives the ability to test and troubleshoot the site before publishing it to the World Wide Web. FrontPage was initially created by Vermeer Technologies Incorporated(VTI).

Vermeer was acquired by Microsoft in 1996 specifically so that Microsoft could add FrontPage to its product line-up.
It was part of Microsoft Office application suite from 1997 to 2006. A Macintosh version was also released in 1998. Microsoft Frontpage has since been replaced by Microsoft Expression Web, which was released in December 2006.
One of the notable features of FrontPage is its built-in support for automated web templates. The main distinction between these templates and HTML templates generated by other products is that FrontPage templates include an automatic navigation system that creates animated buttons for pages that have been added by the user.

Contents :-
MS Front Page
  • Introduction to HTML
    Hypermedia vs Linear media
    What is HTML?
    HTML Document Structure
  • Introduction to FrontPage
    Introduction
    What's new in FrontPage
    Managing Web Sites
    A WYSIWYG web editor
    Opening FrontPage
    FrontPage Work Environment
    Workspace Layout
    Status bar
    Using Menus and Toolbars
  • Content Formatting
    Heading elements
    Paragraphs
    Insert line breaks
    Horizontal Rule
  • Themes
    Applying Theme to a Web Site
    Applying Theme to the Current Page
    Applying Theme to Selected pages
    Changing Theme Attributes
  • Creating a Web Site
    Using the Web Wizard
    Secure Socket Layer Option
    Creating Corporate site using Wizard
    Viewing and Sorting Task
    Task View Commands
  • Editing Your Home Page
    Banner ad Manager
    Hit Counter
    Include Page Component
    Search Form Component
    Scheduled Picture Component
  • Images
    Types of Images
    Adding Images to a Web Page
    Adjusting Image Properties
    Clip Art Library Images
  • Character Formatting
    Format Toolbar
    Use other character formatting elements
    Changing Text Attributes
    Text Spacing and Positioning
    Adding Bullets and Numbering
  • Adding New Web Pages
    Creating a New Page
    Deleting a Page
  • Formatting Web Page Properties
    Page Properties Dialog Box
    The Page Options Dialog Box
  • Incorporating Sound and Text
    Importing Text
    Adding Hyperlinks
    Inserting a Background Sound
  • Editing Web Pages
    Spell Checking
    Global Find and Replace
    Page Transitions and effects
    Previewing in a Browser
  • Anchors and URL
    Insert links into documents
    Define Link Types
    Define URL
  • Lists
    Create an unordered list
    Create an ordered list
    Create a definition list
    Create other lists and Nest Lists
  • Designing Tables
    Creating & Editing Tables
    Adding Rows and Columns
    Deleting Rows and Columns
    Splitting and Merging Cells
    Customizing Tables
    Resizing Tables and Cells
    Adding a Background Image
  • Creating Forms for Web Pages
    Creating a Basic Form
    Add Scrolling Text Box
    Adding Check Box and Push Button
    Using Radio Buttons
    Creating Labels
    Creating Drop Down Menu
    Form Properties
    Define CGI
  • Page Layout
    Technical Design Considerations
    Page Loading & Browser Compatibility
    Page Layout Guidelines
  • Creating and Editing Frames
    Introduction to Frames
    Create a Frames based page
    Attributes of the Frames elements
    Set Targets appropriately
  • Cascading Style Sheet
    Introduction to CSS
    Add an Inline Style
    Add an Embedded Style Sheet
    Linked Style Sheets
  • Special Elements
    Use the Meta element
    Add a Marquee
    Adding Office Components
  • Java and JavaScript
    JAVA
    JavaScript
  • VBScript and ActiveX
    ActiveX
    Add an ActiveX object to a web page
    VBScript
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MS Paint


MS Paint MS Paint or Microsoft Paint (formerly Paintbrush for Windows) is a simple graphics painting program that has been included with almost all versions of Microsoft Windows since its first release. The program opens and saves files as Windows bitmap (24-bit, 256 color, 16 color, and monochrome, all with the .bmp extension), JPEG, GIF (without animation or transparency, although the Windows 98 version and a Windows 95 upgrade did support the latter), PNG (without alpha channel), and TIFF. The program can be in color mode or two-color black-and-white, but there is no grayscale mode.

Paint is a drawing tool you can use to create simple or elaborate drawings. These drawings can be either black-and-white or color, and can be saved as bitmap files. You can print your drawing, use it for your desktop background, or paste it into another document. You can even use Paint to view and edit scanned photos.

Contents :-
MS Paint
  • Microsoft Paint
    Introduction to Microsoft Paint
    Starting Paint
    Components of Paint Window
  • Toolbar tools
    Line Tool
    Eraser/Color Eraser
    Curve Tool
    Fill with Color
    Rectangle
    Pick Color
    Polygon
    Magnifier
    Ellipse
    Pencil
    Rounded Rectangle
    Paint Brush
    Select Tools
  • Menus
    File Menu
    Edit Menu
    View Menu
    Image Menu
    Color Menu
    Help Menu
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MS Power Point


MicrosoftPowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint is a tool you can use to communicate your ideas through visual aids that appear professionally designed yet are easy to produce.

This guide offers PowerPoint beginners an easy and helpful guide for learning the fundamentals of PowerPoint so that you too can create your own presentations. It also serves as a ready reference tool of reminders for the multitude of basic functions and procedures as you explore the vast capabilities of PowerPoint.

You will find that PowerPoint has nearly unlimited multi-media capabilities and the only limitations are you and your computer.

Contents :-
MS Power Point
  • Power Point Introduction
    Introduction
    Getting started
    Power Point window
  • Creating Presentation
    Blank Presentation
    From design template
    Auto content wizard
  • Working with Slide
    Adding & delete slide
    Moving & copying slide
    Power Point View
    Animation Scheme
    Custom Animation
    Slide Transition
    Recording slide
  • Common Features
    Header & Footers
    Change Background
    Fill Effect
    Insert picture
    Colour Scheme
    Insert date & time
    Insert Hyperlinks & list
    Insert Comment
  • Layout
    Text Layout
    Content Layout
    Text & content Layout
    Auto Layout
  • Working with Text
    Adding text
    Adding Placeholder
    Adding format text
    Bullet List on design Template
    Textbox Properties
  • Working with graphics
    Drawing toolbar
    Adding Image
    Organazion chart
    Auto shape
    Word Art
    Chart
    Table
  • Sound & Movie
    Presentation
    Insert Sound
    Insert Movie
  • Finishing up
    Spell check
    Save Your Presentation
    Printing
  • Keyboard shortkeys
    Keyboard shortkeys
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MS Word


Microsoft Word Microsoft Word is a word processor that is incredibly powerful and amazingly simple to use. Microsoft word is a allows user to create, edit, and print documents using a computer.

It was first released in 1983 under the name Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems. Versions were later written for several other platforms including IBM PCs running DOS(1983), the Apple Macintosh(Mac)(1984), SCO UNIX, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows (1989).

The first version of Word for Windows was released November 1989 . at a price of 500 US dollars.
The great advantage of word processing over using a typewriter is that you can make changes without retyping the entire document. If you make a typing mistake, you simply back up the cursor and correct your mistake. If you want to delete a paragraph, you simply remove it, without leaving a trace.

Contents :-
MS Word
  • Introduction to MS Word
    Introduction
    Starting MS Word
    MS Word Application Window
    Creating and Opening a File
    Office Assistant
    Page Setup
    Document View
    Textarea
    Exiting MS Word
  • MS Word: How to & what is
    How to Click
    Options
    Highlight text
    Highlight Menu
    Shortcut Keys
  • Basic Features
    Features
    Bold, Underline, Italicize
    Bullet and Numbering
    Undo and Redo
    Printing
    Cut & Paste
    Copy & Paste
    AutoText
    Spell Check
    Find and Replace
    Font Size
  • Processing Basic
    Insertion Point Movement
    Inseting Data
    Selecting Text
    Tabs
    Changing Font
  • Working with Paragraph
    Paragraph Formatting
  • Usign Word Styles
    Styles
    Character & Paragraph styles
    Word Template
    Style Gallery
    Creating, Accessing and Applying Styles
    Modifying a style
    Deletign a style
    Clearing all Formatting
    Style Options
    Applying styles with AutoFormat
    Adjusting AutoFormat Options
    Creating a Style based on Existign Style
    Applying a Style to the Next paragraph
    Displaying or Hiding Styles names
    Advance Style Option
    Assigning Keyboard Shortcut
    Updating Styles
    Style Organizer
  • Working with Table
    Creating a Table
    Moving aroung the Table
    Entering text into the Table
    Adding row and column
    Resizing column
    Sorting tables
    Deleting row and column
    SUM function
    Recalculate
    Merge Cell
    Table Headings
    Splitting a table
    Table AutoFormat
  • Working with Graphics
    Inserting image from ClipArt
    Inseting image from File
    Moving and Deleting image
    Text Wrapping
    Insert Symbol
    Inserting File
    Aligning Graphics
  • Drawing Tools
    Lines & Arrows
    AutoShapes
    Text Boxes
    WordArt
    Shadows and 3-D
    Line color & Fill color
  • Working with Word Forms
    Word Forms
    Designing Form
    Form Toolbar
    Creating a Form
    Protecting a Form
    Saving a Form
    Working with Form Fields
    Using Word Forms
  • Labels and Envelopes
    Labels
    Creating Labels
    Customizing Labels
    Creating Custom Labels
    Changing Label Alignment
    Deleting Custom Labels
    Working with Envelopes
    Selecting Envelope Size
    Generating Envelopes
    Additional Options
    Using Envelopes Options
    Updating the Return Address
    Adding a Graphics to an Envelope
    Using Textbox
  • Mail Merge
    Introduction
    Creating a mail Merge Document
    Mail Merge Toolbar
    Mail Merge Terminology
    Working with Recipient List
    Creating a New Data Source
    Adding and Deleting data source fields
    Adding and Deleting Source Entries
    Query Opption
    Establishing a Filter
    Creating Merged Letter
    Using an Excel Database for Mail Merge
    Retaining Decimal Formatting of Values
    Creatign Merged Mailing Labels
    Creatign Merged Envelopes
    Creatign an Email Merger
  • Miscellaneous
    Creating Fraction
    Working with the Equation Editor
    Working with Column
    Creating Header and Footer
    Adding Watermark
    Adding Line Number
  • Creating Web Pages
    Hyperlink
    Saving Web Pages
    Creating a Web Page from a Template
    Web Page Themes
    Preview the Web Page
    Disadvantages
  • How to learn more with Help
    Using Help in MS Word
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
    MS Word Keyboard Shortcuts
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Power Point 2007


MicrosoftPowerPoint2007 Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program by Microsoft. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite, and runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple's Mac OS X operating system. PowerPoint is a presentation software package.

With PowerPoint, you can easily create slide shows. Trainers and other presenters use slide shows to illustrate their presentations.

PowerPoint is used by business people, educators, students, and trainers. From Microsoft Office 2003 to 2008 for Mac, Microsoft revised the branding to emphasize PowerPoint's place within the office suite, calling it Microsoft Office PowerPoint instead of just Microsoft PowerPoint.
Office 2007 requires Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or higher, Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 or higher, Windows Vista or Windows 7. Office 2007 is the last version of Microsoft Office available for Windows XP Professional .

Contents :-
Power Point 2007
  • Introduction to MS PowerPoint-2007?
    Introduction
    What's New?
    How to Start PowerPoint 2007?
    Application Window of PowerPoint 2007
    PowerPoint Help
    Exit from PowerPoint 2007
  • A First Look at Power Point 2007
    Microsoft Office Button
    Quick Access Toolbar
    The Title Bar
    The Ribbon
    Mini Toolbar
    Navigation
    Slide Views
  • Make a Start with PowerPoint
    Create a New Presentation
    Enter Text
    Save a New Presentation
    "Save as" an Existing Presentation
    "Renaming" an Existing Presentation
    Close a Presentation
  • Modifying a Content
    Select Text
    Copy the Text
    Cut the Text
    Paste the Text
    Undo the Last Operation
    Redo the Next Operation
    Bullet and Numbered List
    Check the Spell of the Text
  • Working with Slide
    Adding a Slide
    Deleting a Slide
    Moving a Slide
    Copying a Slide
    Paste a Slide
    PowerPoint View
  • Formatting Text
    Change Font Style,Size & Color
    Insert Word Art
    Change Paragraph Alignment,Indent & Text Direction
    Themes
    Background Styles
  • Slide Effect
    Custom Slide Animation
    Slide Transition
    Animation Preview & Slide Show Option
  • Working With Graphics
    Inserting Picture & Clipart
    Edit Pictures & Clipart
    Adding Shapes on your Slide
    Insert SmartArt
    Adding a Photo Album
    Insert Chart's
  • Creating & Customizing
    Method for Create a Table
    Enter Text into the Table
    Adding Rows & Columns
    Deleting Column
    Deleting Row
    Splitting a Table
  • Printing a Presentation
    Preview of a Print
    Print a Presentation
    Package a Presentation
  • Keyboard Shortcuts for Power-Point 2007
    Know the Various Keyboard Shortcuts
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Word 2007


MicrosoftWord2007 Microsoft Office 2007 (officially called 2007 Microsoft Office System) is a Windows version of the Microsoft Office System, Microsoft's productivity suite.

Office 2007 contains a number of new features, the most notable of which is the entirely new graphical user interface called the Fluent User Interface (initially referred to as the Ribbon User Interface), replacing the menus and toolbars – which have been the cornerstone of Office since its inception – with a tabbed toolbar, known as the Ribbon.

The first version of Word for Windows was released November 1989 . at a price of 500 US dollars.
Office 2007 requires Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or higher, Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 or higher, Windows Vista or Windows 7. Office 2007 is the last version of Microsoft Office available for Windows XP Professional.

Contents :-
Word 2007
  • Know the MS Word-2007?
    Introduction
    What’s New in Word 2007?
    How to Install Word 2007?
    How to Start Word 2007?
    Application Window of Word 2007
    Word Help
    Exit from Word 2007
  • Word 2007 Application Window
    Microsoft Office Button
    The Ribbon
    The Title Bar
    Quick Access Toolbar
    Mini Toolbar
    The Ruler
    The Text Area
    Horizontal & Vertical Scroll Bars
    How to Click
    How to Move within a Document
    Different View of Document’s
  • Different Operation’s on Document
    Create Your First Document
    Open an Existing Document
    Saving a New Document
    “Save as” an Existing Document
    Renaming a Document
    Close a Document
    Print Preview of a Document
    Print Your Document
  • Edit Text of Your Document
    How to Type a Text
    Use of Backspace
    Delete a Text
    Selecting a Text
    Bold Your text
    Italicize Your text
    Underline Your text
    Create Auto Text
  • Revise your Word Document
    Find (Search) & Replace Your Text
    Cut the text
    Copy the text
    Paste the text
    Undo the last operation
    Redo the operation
  • Decorate Your Document
    Give Styles
    Changing Font Type & Font Size
    Font Styles & Effects
    Change Font Color
    Highlight Your Text
    Bullets & Numbering
  • Paragraph Formatting
    Change Alignment of Paragraph
    Indent Your Paragraphs
    Add Borders & Shading on Page
    Apply Styles
    Change Spacing Between Paragraphs & Lines
  • Drawing Tools
    Draw Line & arrows
    Draw different Auto Shapes
    Insert Text Boxes
    Insert Word Art
    Create Shadows and 3d effect
    Change Line Color & Fill Color
  • Working with Graphics
    Insert Image from file
    Insert Image from Clip Art
    Insert Various SmartArt
    Insert Charts
    Text Wrapping
    Aligning Graphics
    Rotate Graphics
    Watermark
    Add Page Color
    Page Border
    Insert Date and Time
  • Table: Creating & Customizing
    Method for Create a Table
    Enter Text into the Table
    Insert Row & Columns
    Deleting Row & Column
    Deleting Entire Table
    Table Styles
    Splitting a Table
    Merge Cells
  • Review Your Word Document
    Spell Check
    Thesaurus
    Auto Correct
    Create a New Default Dictionary
    Check Word Count
  • References for a Document
    Header & Footer
    Page Number
    Table of Contents
    Citations & Bibliography
    Caption
    Cross-Reference
    Add Bookmark
    Add Comments
  • Use Mail Merge
    What is Mail Merge?
    Create an Envelope in Mail Merge
    Create Labels
    Create a Mail Merge Document
    Write & Insert Fields
    Preview Results
    Finish Mail Merge
  • Macros
    What is a Macro?
    How to Record a Macro?
    How to Run a macro?
    Deleting a Macro
    How to view a Macro?
  • Different Settings for Page
    What is Page Setup?
    What is Page Break?
    How to Set the Margins?
    How to Set the Page Size?
  • Creating Web Page
    What is Hyperlink?
    Create a hyperlink to a e-mail
    How to save a web pages?
  • Protect Your Word Document
    Protect Document from unauthorized action
    Restricted Access
    Unrestricted Access
  • Keyboard Shortcuts for Word-2007
    Know the Various Keyboard Shortcuts
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UML


UML Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standardized specification language for object modeling. UML is a general-purpose modeling language that includes a graphical notation used to create an abstract model of a system, referred to as a UML model.

UML is officially defined at the Object Management Group (OMG) by the UML metamodel, a Meta-Object Facility metamodel (MOF). Like other MOF-based specifications, the UML metamodel and UML models may be serialized in XMI. UML was designed to specify, visualize, construct, and document software-intensive systems.
UML is not restricted to modeling software. UML is also used for business process modeling, systems engineering modeling, and representing organizational structures. The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is a Domain-Specific Modeling language for systems engineering that is defined as a UML 2.0 profile.

Contents :-
UML
  • History of OOAD
    History of OOAD methods
  • Introduction to Software Engineering
    What is Software Engineering?
    Software Engineering Approaches
  • Introduction to UML
    Evolution of UML
    Pros and Cons of UML
  • Getting Started With UML
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