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Fast Track to Jakarta EE (JEE) Web Development With Servlets/JSPs, JNDI, EL, JPA, WebSockets, Security & More

Unlock the power of dynamic web development with our five-day, hands-on Mastering Jakarta EE Web Application Development course. Perfect for experienced Java developers new to JEE, this course will...

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$2,495 USD GSA  $2,262.47
Course Code TT5100
Duration 5 days
Available Formats Classroom

Unlock the power of dynamic web development with our five-day, hands-on Mastering Jakarta EE Web Application Development course. Perfect for experienced Java developers new to JEE, this course will take you on a journey of discovery as you learn the essential skills and best practices needed to build robust and scalable web applications. This comprehensive course is packed with engaging concepts, practical lab exercises, and real-world examples that will have you creating your own server-side applications in no time.

Jakarta EE is a Java-based platform for enterprise web development, which includes a set of specifications and technologies for building and deploying web applications. It provides a standard set of APIs and tools for developing server-side components such as servlets, JavaServer Faces (JSF), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), and Java Persistence API (JPA). Jakarta EE can be used in full stack web development to build the back-end or server-side of a web application, which can then be integrated with front-end technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a complete web application. Some of the key benefits of using Jakarta EE for full stack web development include its scalability, robustness, and support for different deployment environments.

Why is JEE / Java EE now called Jakarta EE? In 2017 Oracle gave the open source edition of the Java Enterprise edition to the Eclipse Foundation. Since the names 'Java' and 'javax' are still owned by Oracle, the open source version of Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) has been renamed Jakarta EE. In addition, individual specifications were also renamed. JavaServer Faces (JSF) was renamed to Jakarta Faces (or simple 'Faces'), Java Enterprise Beans was renamed to Jakarta Enterprise Beans and so on.

Working within in an engaging, hands-on learning environment, guided by our expert team, attendees will learn to:

  • Design and build web applications from both business and technical requirements
  • Build web interfaces with Jakarta Faces, JSPs and Servlets, using the latest technologies in JEE.
  • Write maintainable web applications that separate HTML and Java
  • Understand the design and development of web applications using Servlets, JSPs, web fragments, and JSF
  • Use dependency injection (CDI) within their application
  • Make Servlets cooperate and share data
  • Store and process session information
  • Deal with concurrency issues
  • Access databases using an Object to Relational (ORM) framework
  • Work with annotations included in Jakarta EE
  • Work with WebSockets as well as asynchronous servlets
  • Use Jakarta Bean validation in a web application
  • Properly handle various types of exceptions

Skills Gained

Working within in an engaging, hands-on learning environment, guided by our expert team, attendees will learn to:

  • Design and build web applications from both business and technical requirements
  • Build web interfaces with Jakarta Faces, JSPs and Servlets, using the latest technologies in JEE.
  • Write maintainable web applications that separate HTML and Java
  • Understand the design and development of web applications using Servlets, JSPs, web fragments, and JSF
  • Use dependency injection (CDI) within their application
  • Make Servlets cooperate and share data
  • Store and process session information
  • Deal with concurrency issues
  • Access databases using an Object to Relational (ORM) framework
  • Work with annotations included in Jakarta EE
  • Work with WebSockets as well as asynchronous servlets
  • Use Jakarta Bean validation in a web application
  • Properly handle various types of exceptions

Who Can Benefit

This is an introductory- level Java programming course, designed for experienced developers who wish to get up and running with JEE, or who need to reinforce sound Java for Web / JEE coding practices. Attendees should have a working knowledge of developing basic Java software applications.

Prerequisites

Attendees should have incoming skills equivalent to those in the course(s) below or should have attended these as a pre-requisite:

  • TT2104 Fast Track to Java Programming for OO Experienced Developers

Course Details

Session: Developing Java EE applications

  • Lesson: Enterprise Development
  • Lesson: Java EE Core Components

Session: JEE Dynamic Web Applications

  • Lesson: Introduction to Servlets
  • Lesson: Form processing using Servlets
  • Lesson: Jakarta Server Pages
  • Lesson: Implementing MVC in JEE
  • Lesson: Session Management

Session: JEE Servlet Filters and Listeners

  • Lesson: Servlet Filters
  • Lesson: Events, Listeners and Initializers

Session: Jakarta Expression Language (EL)

  • Lesson: Overview of EL
  • Lesson: The EL language

Session: Custom Tags

  • Lesson: Introduction to Custom Tags
  • Lesson: Jakarta Standard Tag Library
  • Model View Control
  • Using the RequestDispatcher
  • Handling Requests
  • The Request Scope
  • Handling Request Attributes
  • The Expression Language (JSR 341)
  • EL in Template text
  • Lab: Implementing MVC

Session: Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI)

  • Lesson: Introduction to CDI
  • Lesson: Using CDI
  • Lesson: CDI and Jakarta EE
  • Lesson: Interceptors and Decorators

Session: Using Resources

  • Lesson: JEE DataSources
  • Lesson: Overview of JPA

Session: Java API for WebSocket

  • Lesson: Introduction to WebSocket
  • Lesson: Implementing WebSocket Endpoint
  • Lesson: Extending WebSockets

Session: Jakarta Bean Validation

  • Lesson: Introduction to Bean Validation
  • Lesson: Bean Validation

Session: Managing Web Applications

  • Lesson: Web Fragments
  • Lesson: Error Handling
  • Lesson: Asynchronous Servlets
  • Lesson: Web Security

Session: Introduction to Jakarta Faces

  • Lesson: Introduction to Faces
  • Lesson: JSF Components

Session: Facelets

  • Lesson: Facelets
  • Lesson: Facelets Templating and Resources