Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Create & Sell Your Own Apps Today! Java Servlets, Java Server Pages, Maven build tool, Spring MVC and JDBC API.
Are you an experienced programmer looking to further your career by learning how to create professional web applications with Java EE?
Are you a beginner, wanting to learn real world job skill like Java EE programming?
Or maybe you want to start a business creating and selling Java EE applications for clients?
My Java EE Made Simple course is all you need to acquire the real world job skills that will land you a job or promotion fast.
This course is a step-by-step introduction on how to use Java EE to create any kind of Java application.
Java Servlets, Java Server Pages, Maven build tool, Spring MVC, and JDBC API - it's all covered step-by-step.
Throughout the course I will create an online pizza store. I will show you everything I do, so you can replicate the app yourself and put the theoretical lessons into good use.
After each lesson I will give you practical exercises for you to do, so you get to practice your new skills and start creating your own apps.
WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST BENEFITS OF KNOWING JAVA EE?
Java EE (J2EE) has become the standard on which many enterprise deployments are built.
It’s currently #1 in enterprise backend domain and has significant growth in mobile application development.
In an annual popularity contest of all the languages used on GitHub, Java came in a close second. Even 20 years after its birth, its popularity continues to grow—up 5.94% last year alone.
Since Java EE is open source, there are many open source projects that are currently running to create frameworks around it. One example is Spring (which we’ve included in this course) that would further make Java EE more relevant for the changing industry demands.
WHAT IS JAVA EE?
The Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is a collection of Java APIs owned by Oracle that software developers can use to write server-side applications. It was formerly known as Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition, or J2EE. Java EE is predominantly used to code web applications.
Java EE simplifies app development and decreases the need for programming by creating standardized, reusable modular components and by enabling the tier to handle many aspects of programming automatically. Java EE applications are hosted on web servers like tomcat or app servers like JBOSS,, Websphere and others.
Java EE has a great future because it meets enterprise needs. Besides the functional requirements, there are a number of non-functional requirements that enterprise applications need to support. They should be scalable, secure, high performance, robust etc.
Java EE APIs helps developers to implement all these tasks without doing a lot of programming, which not only reduces effort but also reduces the chances of introducing bugs in the application.
Java EE provides APIs for dealing with requests from HTTP clients like Servlet API, JSPs , JSTL etc. (All covered in this course). For database access it provides APIs like JPA. JTA etc. and there are APIs for creating web services, APIs for Security management etc.
The way Java EE APIs are created they can be implemented by containers like Tomcat, JBoss, which means programmers would only need to program functional requirements and leave the non-functional requirements for the container to manage, which is a huge advantage.