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Course Java EE Technologies

Course Java EE Technologies
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  • Module 1 : Java EE Architecture

    Module 2 : Servlets and JSP's

    Module 3 : Java Server Faces

    Java EE Standard
    Java EE Servers
    Web Components
    EJB Components
    Persistent Entities
    Standard Java Beans
    Layered Architecture
    Container Services
    Java EE Web Services
    Deployment Descriptors
    Annotations
    Packaging in EAR Files
    What is a Servlet?
    Servlet Initialization
    HTTP Protocol
    Form Submission
    Concurrent Access
    What is a JSP?
    Translation and Request Time
    Scopes in Web Applications
    ServletContext Scope
    Session and Request Scope
    Web Application Structure
    Classic MVC Pattern
    JSF Feature Overview
    Request Processing Phases
    Server Side UI Components
    JSF Component Libraries
    Deployment Descriptor
    Faces Configuration File
    Facelets Page Structure
    Managed Beans
    Expression Language
    Facelet Default Navigation
    Event Handling
    Validators and Convertors

    Module 4 : Single Page Applications

    Module 5 : JMX

    Module 6 : Enterprise Java Beans

    Classic Web Application Model
    Ajax Web Application Model
    Single Page Applications
    Typical Ajax Interactions
    Creating XMLHttpRequest
    XMLHttpRequest Methods
    XMLHttpRequest Object Properties
    Sending the Request
    XMLHttpRequest readyState
    responseText and responseXML
    JavaScript Frameworks
    Angular, React and Vue
    Java Management Extensions
    JMX Goal
    Where is JMX used
    Managed Beans
    MBean flavors
    JMX Architecture
    Java SE Mbeans
    Naming MBeans
    MBean Server
    Registering Mbeans
    Manipulating MBeans
    Notification Listener
    EJB Features
    Session Beans
    Statefull and Stateless
    Architecture of an EJB
    Remote versus Local Clients
    Web Service Clients
    EJB 3.x Programming Model
    Life Cycle Session Beans
    Session Bean Pools
    Activation and Passivation
    Message Driven beans
    Life Cycle MDB Beans

    Module 7 : Persistence Technologies

    Module 8 : SOAP Services

    Module 9 : REST Services

    Direct File I/O and Serialization
    JDBC Overall Architecture
    JDBC Drivers and URL's
    Object Relational Mapping
    Persistence API in EJB 3.x
    Entity Classes
    Entity Manager
    Persistence Context
    Persistence Unit
    Entity Lifecycle
    Merging Objects
    Managing Identity
    What is a Web Service?
    RPC versus Document Style
    XML-Schema
    Java XML Mapping
    Java API XML Binding
    JAXB Binding Life Cycle
    JAXB API
    SOAP Messages
    Web Service Description Language
    JAX-WS
    Service Side Programming Model
    Client Side Programming Model
    What is REST?
    Standard HTTP Methods
    ID and Links
    Reference Implementation
    JAX-RS
    Addressing
    Path Parameters
    Content Negotation
    Multiple Representations
    Stateless Communications
    Container Item Pattern
    Map, Key, Value Pattern

    Module 10 : Micro Services

    Module 11 : Java Messaging Service

    Module 12 : Java Security

    What are Microservices?
    Creating HTTP MicroServices
    Consuming HTTP MicroServices
    MicroService Frameworks
    Spring BOOT
    Automatic Configuration
    Application Packaging
    DropWizard MicroServices
    Reactive Microservices
    From Callbacks to Observables
    Message Based Microservices
    What is JMS?
    Messaging Characteristics
    JMS API
    Publish and Subscribe
    Point tot Point
    JMS Architectural Components
    Message Types
    Creating and Receiving Messages
    Message Driven Beans
    MessageListeners
    onMessage method
    Authentication and Authorization
    JAAS
    Declarative Security
    Programmatic security
    Form Based Authentication
    Basic and Digest Authentication
    Secure Sockets Layer
    Encryption Types
    REST Service Security
    JSON Web Tokens
    API Keys
  • Audience Course Java EE Technologies

    Course Java EE TechnologiesThe course Java EE technologies is intended for System architects and developers who want make the correct Java technology choices for their system and environment and application administrators who want to get a better understanding of various Java technologies.

    Prerequisites Java EE Technologies

    General basic knowledge of software architecture and knowledge of the Java platform is required to participate in this course.

    Realization Training Java EE Technologies

    This course has a very practical nature but it is not a programming course. Central is the understanding of the operation of a technology. The theory is interspersed with short case studies. Modern IDE's such as Eclipse and NetBeans and Application Servers like JBoss and Tomcat are used. The course material is in English.

  • Course Java EE Technologies

    The course Java EE Technologies is intended for system architects who are involved in the deployment of Java EE technology. The participants learn how to make the right choices between competing options. The course provides an overview and comparison of different modern Java EE technologies and brings the knowledge of the participants on a higher level. After an overview of the Java EE platform, the most important components, Servlets and JSPs, are treated. The JSF Framework as MVC layer on the basis of Servlets and JSPs is also discussed. Furthermore, Single Page Applications are explained and the Ajax technology which is based on asynchronous requests to the server is treated. The essence of various JavaScript frameworks such as Angular, React and Vue are also on the course program. Then we go into Java Management Extensions, JMX, which enable the monitoring and management of Java Applications and Servers. The other important component of the Java EE platform, Enterprise Beans or EJBs, will be discussed as well. And also attention is paid to the options for persistence in Java (JDBC and Persistence API). The modules SOAP and REST Services provide an overview of the Java Web Service technology. The implementation of a Micro Service Architecture and the various frameworks that can be used for this purpose are on the course program as well. The course ends with a discussion of the Java Messaging Service (JMS) and security in the Java EE platform with policies, certificates, authentication, authorization, JSON Tokens, API keys and JAAS.

  • Course Forms

    All our courses are classroom courses in which the students are guided through the material on the basis of an experienced trainer with in-depth material knowledge. Theory is always interspersed with exercises.

    Customization

    We also do custom classes and then adjust the course content to your wishes. On request we will also discuss your practical cases.

    Course times

    The course times are from 9.30 to 16.30. But we are flexible in this. Sometimes people have to bring children to the daycare and other times are more convenient for them. In good consultation we can then agree on different course times.

    Hardware

    We take care of the computers on which the course can be held. The software required for the course has already been installed on these computers. You do not have to bring a laptop to participate in the course. If you prefer to work on your own laptop, you can take it with you if you wish. The required software is then installed at the start of the course.

    Software

    Our courses are generally given with Open Source software such as Eclipse, IntelliJ, Tomcat, Pycharm, Anaconda and Netbeans. You will receive the digital course material to take home after the course.

    Lunch

    The course includes lunch that we use in a restaurant within walking distance of the course room.

    Locations

    The courses are planned at various places in the country. A course takes place at a location if at least 3 people register for that location. If there are registrations for different locations, the course will take place at our main location, Houten which is just below Utrecht. A course at our main location also takes place with 2 registrations and regularly with 1 registration. And we also do courses at the customer’s location if they appreciate that.