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(Download) - The Java EE Course - build a Java EE app from scratch


Build a full Java EE airline management application from scratch, and learn Java EE theory and practice in the process.

What you'll learn

  • Become a proficient Java EE developer
  • Understand and build web apps with Servlets and JSP
  • Understand and build robust EJB back end services
  • Understand and use JPA to interact between applications and databases
  • Expose REST web services that allow remote applications and JavaScript to interact with an application
  • Understand and use resource and dependency injections

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge in object oriented programming (i.e. know the relationship between a class and an object) ideally in Java
  • Basic understanding of Java syntax

Description

Welcome to the Java EE course!

Learning Java EE shouldn't be a pain.

This course is a complete Java EE learning solution geared especially toward beginners who have limited or no prior Java EE knowledge and experience.

We will build a full Java EE airline management application from scratch, and learn Java EE theory and practice in the process.

The initial release of the course covers the following topics:

* Servlets and JSP - Understand and build web apps with Servlets and JSP

* Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) - Understand and build robust EJB back end services

* Java Persistence API (JPA) - Understand and use JPA to interact between applications and databases

* REST Web Services (JAX-RS) - Expose REST web services that allow remote applications and JavaScript to interact with an application

* Understand and use resource and dependency injections

Teaching philosophy


No dull slides that leave you asking how do I actually do anything of what's shown.

I will show you everything in detail - installation, coding and deployment. I will not rush or skip any steps. I will show you the whole process.

If you see a piece of code on my screen, you will see me typing it from scratch and running it. I would never show Java code that I created before recording a lesson. All code will be typed and explained during the lessons from scratch.

Please see the sample videos, to get a sense of what the course is like.

Who this course is for:

  • Be interested in learning Java EE even if you don't have previous experience with it.
  • If you've never done any programming, you may prefer a programming fundamentals course first.