Java Web with Java EE

Duration

40 hours, 5-day training workshop

Delivery

Face to face training or online training

Course Inclusive

Training materials & certificate of completion

Description

This J2EE programming training is an intensive course designed to rapidly learn J2EE programming. This J2EE training class will cover the use of procedural J2EE working with real-world examples and exercises.

Course Content

  • MODULE I: Introduction to Server-side Application
    1. Server-side Application Architecture
    2. Application Model
    3. Single-Tier Application
    4. Two-Tier Application
    5. Three-Tier Application
    6. N-Tier Application
    7. Java Web Application Model
    8. Java EE Application Model
    9. Java Servlet and Java Server Page Overview
    10. HTTP Request and Response

  • MODULE II: Java Web Application
    1. Java Web Application
    2. Standard Directory Layout
    3. Web and Application Server
    4. Tomcat Web Server
    5. Java Integrated Development Environment (NetBeans, Ecllipse, SunONE Studio, etc)
    6. Eclipse IDE 

  • MODULE III: Java Web Supporting Technologies: Model-View-Controller Architecture
    1. Java Web Using Purely Servlets Implementation
    2. Java Web Using Purely JSPs Implementation
    3. Model-View-Controller Architecture
    4. Server-Side Implementation of MVC

  • MODULE IV: Managing builds using Maven
    1. Maven as build Manage
    2. Motivation for Maven
    3. Uniform build System

  • MODULE V: Java Servlet API
    1. Java Servlet
    2. Servlet Life-cycle Methods
    3. Servlet API Packages
    4. Creating Java Servlets

  • MODULE VI: Servlet Response
    1. Generating Servlet Response
    2. Handling Request
    3. Servlet Initialization

  • MODULE VII: Java Web Supporting Technologies: HTML and JavaScript Basics
    1. Common HTML Tags
    2. JavaScript
    3. Document Object Model

  • MODULE VIII: Java Server Page Scripting, Directives, Actions and Custom Tags
    1. Java Server Page
    2. JSP Comment Tags
    3. JSP Directive Tags
    4. JSP Directives
    5. Page Directives
    6. useBean Actions and others
    7. JSP Common Tags

  • MODULE IX: Java Web Supporting Technologies: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
    1. Review: SQL Commands
    2. Select, Insert, Delete and Update SQL Commands
    3. Java Database Connectivity & JDBC Architecture
    4. Advantages of JDBC
    5. java.sql Package API
    6. Steps in Connecting to Database Using JDBC
    7. SQL to Java Data Types
    8. Inserting, Deleting and Updating Database
    9. javax.sql Package API

  • MODULE X: Introduction to Java EE and Enterprise Beans
    1. The J2EE/Java EE Platform
    2. The Java Enterprise Platform API’s
    3. The Java EE Application Model
    4. The N-Tier Application
    5. Parts Multitiered Java EE Application
    6. Java EE Components: Clients, Web Components and Business Components
    7. Java EE Containers
    8. The Enterprise Java Beans

  • MODULE XI: Session Enterprise Java Bean
    1. Session Enterprise Java Bean
    2. Stateless Session EJB
    3. Stateful Session EJB
    4. Session EJB Life-Cycle

  • MODULE XII: Entity Enterprise Java Bean
    1. Entity Enterprise Java Bean
    2. BMP Session EJB
    3. CMP Session EJB
    4. Entity EJB Life-Cycle

  • MODULE XIII: J2EE Webservice
    1. SOAP integration with J2EE
    2. REST webservice
    3. JAX-WS

  • MODULE XIV: Framework (Spring MVC)
    1. Spring injections
    2. Dispatcher Servlet
    3. Config
    4. Exceptions
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      +63 2 8751 6482

    • Email Address
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    • Email Address
    • ccesc@mapua.edu.ph