TOP 5 Beginner JAVA Projects with Tutorial’s Video | Vivek Agarwal

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Java is a very good language and old too, people finally get to understand in 2nd Year or in 3rd that they need to build projects, hence they need to get command on Java or Python. Today’s agenda is JAVA, there are many projects you can build using JAVA, and many companies till now uses java In this article I will discuss the 5 projects which are easy to build, the first 4 will not have a Graphical user interface (GUI), but the 5th one will be a game with a GUI. After these 5 you can work out and build more good projects. Starting with one, slowly you will get a command over the language and you will start understanding the programs and one day or the other you will able to build your own stuff, which you will be proud of. Let’s Go……

1. Simple Banking Application 

This project is the best way to kick start your coding experience in java. In this project, you will be learning how to take input from the user using Scanner class, basics about String, how to print in java, variables, if/else statements, methods, loops, etc. In simple banking application you will be coding the simple bank operations like check balance, deposit, withdraw, exit, etc. This is one of the easiest projects to start with for beginners. The cool thing about it is that the video is just 20 minutes long. Within 20 minutes, you will have a working banking application in front of you.

Video length: 20 minutes
Creator: Help People

2. Email Application

If you are still hungry for more java coding practice, then the Email Application project is perfect for you. In reality, this is more advanced than the above project but still at the beginner’s level.
The cool thing about this project is that you will be provided with specifications just like real-world projects. Also, you will be learning about how to generate a random password using Math. random function, how to use OOPs concepts like encapsulation. In this simple email application, you will be coding the simple email operations like set the mailbox capacity, set the alternate email, change the password, etc. This video is a little bit longer coming at 37 minutes.

Video length: 37 minutes
Creator: Master Skills

3. School Management System

This project is a simple School Management System. It simply deals with students, teachers, and funds. It does not take care of attendance, bus tracking, time-table, etc. In other words, you can say the instructor is implementing a money management system for the school. In this project, you will be implementing OOPs concepts, simple concepts of Collection in java, etc. Unlike previous videos, this video is a bit longer. It can take up to 1 hour and 50 minutes of your time.

Video length: 1 hour 50 minutes
Creator: Rakshith Vasudev

4. Student Management System  

This project is also a simple Student Management System. In this project, you will be learning how to add new students to the database, how to generate a 5 digit unique studentID for each student, how to enroll students in the given courses. Also, you will be implementing the following operations enroll, view balance, pay tuition fees, show status, etc. The status will show all the details of the student including name, id, courses enrolled, and balance. This is one of the best projects to implement the OOPS concepts. Check out this project, it will not take more than 50 minutes of your time.

Video length: 50 minutes
Creator: Master Skills

5. Pong Game in Java 

Till now I have shared the simple management systems without Graphical User Interface (GUI). Pong is a classic tennis game that is GUI-based. This project is a great recipe to test your core java skills as it uses simple Multithreading concepts, Swing concepts, OOPs concepts. This project will hone your skills in creating GUI-based Java applications. You will also be learning how to deal with edge cases and much more in just around 40 minutes. The only downfall of this project is that there is no way you can beat the computer and there is no scorecard. It’s a great opportunity to build upon this game and add more functionalities.

Video length: 38 minutes
Creator: Krohn – Education


This is a start to your career, the place where you start building some stuff that can be used in the real-world to improve things and get things done and dusted.


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