Building Modern Java Enterprise Apps: JPA, EJB3, & JSF Training

Course 936

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Labs: Yes
  • Language: English
  • 11 NASBA CPE Credits (live, in-class training only)
  • Level: Advanced

Gain in-depth knowledge integrating JPA and EJB with modern web technologies. In this Java Enterprise training course, you learn how to build apps with Java that are high-performing, scalable, and secure transactional web-based applications Discover how Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) offers a simple and comprehensive approach to building state-of-the-art enterprise applications in this four-day, hands-on course.

  • Real-world programming experience at the level of:
  • You should have:
    • An understanding of Java classes and the inheritance model
    • The ability to use standard Java APIs
    • Some knowledge of web technologies, including HTML and JavaScript

Building Modern Java Enterprise Apps: JPA, EJB3, & JSF Training Delivery Methods

  • After-course instructor coaching benefit
  • Learning Tree end-of-course exam included
  • After-course computing sandbox included

Building Modern Java Enterprise Apps: JPA, EJB3, & JSF Training Course Benefits

Architect, deploy, and secure enterprise applications with Java EEStore and retrieve Java objects in relational databases using JPAEffectively build business logic using Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB3)Create rich web-based interfaces using JSF

Java Enterprise Course Outline

  • Establishing components of an enterprise architecture
  • Streamlining the development process with Java EE

Demystifying the JPA architecture

  • Identifying the major components of JPA
  • Establishing access with the EntityManager

Applying JPA core operations

  • Persisting and retrieving entity objects
  • Employing JPA to manually manage transactions
  • Updating and deleting entity objects in the database

Effectively representing object associations

  • Capturing single- and multi-valued associations
  • Representing Java collections

Choosing appropriate inheritance strategies

  • Employing techniques for class-to-database mapping
  • Contrasting the database schema for different inheritance strategies

Working with Java Persistence Query Language (JPQL)

  • Selecting data with the JPQL API
  • Building maintainable database access with named queries
  • Avoiding SQL insertion attacks with query parameters

Implementing the business tier with EJB stateless and stateful beans

  • Encapsulating scalable business logic with JavaBeans
  • Accessing session beans remotely
  • Managing conversation across multiple requests with stateful beans

Applying advanced strategies of session beans

  • Adding behaviors with method interceptors
  • Triggering timer-based and asynchronous services

Exploring other EJB types

  • Managing resources with Singleton beans
  • Implementing robust message receivers with MDB

Applying declarative transactions with JPA

  • Approaches to working with Java Transaction API (JTA)
  • Managing transaction strategies with annotations

Securing a Java EE application

  • Enforcing application security with Java EE
  • Configuring authentication and authorization across the tiers

JSF architecture

  • Exploring the request processing cycle
  • Managing application flow using JSF navigation model

Constructing a JSF application

  • Creating views with JSF custom tags
  • Handling user events with backing beans
  • Taking advantage of the Unified Expression Language

Building views with facelets

  • Arranging the UI component layout
  • Localizing messages using Resource Bundles
  • Achieving code reuse with templates

Leveraging Ajax to improve the user experience

  • Sharpening response with the asynchronous web model
  • Combining Ajax functionality with JSF

Exchanging information with JSON

  • JSON: The format for Web 2.0
  • Syntax and samples of JSON formatting

The responsive web

  • Combining HTML formatting with JavaScript actions
  • Building client-side Models, Views and Routes

Communicating with Java EE via REST

  • Accessing a REST service with an Ajax call
  • Generating a JSON response on the server side
  • Creating an example list-detail application
  • Tailoring the sample application to make it your own

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Course FAQs

Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a server-side software component that encapsulates the business logic of an application and enables simplified, rapid development of Java applications.

Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is a collection of Java APIs that can be used to write server-side applications.

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