Java Enterprise Edition 8 Development

Java Enterprise Edition defines a platform for multi-tier enterprise development. This training course describes how to use Java EE 8 to create Web applications, define and access middle-tier EJB components, create and consume SOAP and REST Web services, create full-duplex client-server solutions using Web Sockets, implement message-based solutions using JMS, and persist data to a database by using JPA. The course covers the latest techniques and APIs in the Java EE 8 platform.

What you'll learn:

  • Understanding Java EE architecture and components
  • Implementing Web site using servlets, JSP, and JSF
  • Defining and accessing EJB components
  • Using JNDI and CDI to manage components
  • Implementing message-based solutions using JMS
  • Creating and consuming REST and SOAP Web services
  • Implement Web Socket solutions

Prerequisites:

  • At least 6 months experience in Java
  • Familiarity with enterprise development would be an advantage

Course outline:

Java EE Architecture:
Multi-tier architectures; Issues confronting distributed programming and web deployment; Java EE overview; Java EE application development; Java EE deployment

Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Overview:
Database connections; JDBC drivers; Table access; JDBC types; Transactions; Connection pooling

Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI):
Introduction to JNDI; Performing naming operations; Using JNDI in Java EE

Java Servlets:
A request–response model for web usage; HTML 5 support; Servlet requests and responses; Parameterizing servlets; Servlet lifecycle; Session tracking; Cookies; HTTP headers; Annotation-based configuration via the Servlet 3 specification

Java Server Pages:
Embedding active content or results in a web page; JSP syntax; JSP and servlets; Expression Language (EL); JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)

JavaServer Faces (JSF):
Overview of JSF; Creating a simple JSF-based Web application; Overview of templating

Introduction to Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs):
Overview of EJBs; Types of EJBs

Session EJBs:
Overview of session beans; Stateless session beans; Stateful session beans; Transactions; Security management; Simplified packaging via EJB 3

Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI):
Overview of CDI; Injection points; Bean scopes; Producers; Decorators; Interceptors; Events

Java Connector Architecture (JCA):
Overview of JCA; JCA key components; Using JCA in practice

Persistence in Java EE:
Entity beans; EntityManager and Persistence Units; Mapping entity classes to relational databases; Using the Java Persistence API (JPA)

Java Message Service (JMS):
Reliable asynchronous messaging; JMS features; Point-to-point messaging; Publish–subscribe messaging; Quality-of-service control; Message-driven beans

SOAP-Based Web Services:
Overview of Web services and SOAP; Creating a SOAP service; Consuming a SOAP service

REST-Based Web Services:
Overview of RESTful services; Creating a RESTful service; Consuming a RESTful service; Handling JSON data

Web Sockets:
Overview of Web Sockets; Defining a Web Sockets server; Defining a Web Sockets web page client; Defining a Web Sockets Java client; Additional techniques

Andy Olsen - author of the course

Andy is a freelance consultant and instructor based in the UK, working mostly in the City of London and Oxford. Andy has been working with .NET since the Beta 1 days and has extensive experience in many facets of .NET development including WCF, WPF, WF, ASP.NET MVC Web development, and mobile applications. Andy has designed and written many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses in the last decade, and has been engaged as author and technical reviewer with Apress on some of their biggest selling books.

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