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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

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Java EE 7 Front End Web Application Development: Getting Started $74.95
Java EE 7 Front End Web Application Development: Presentation with JSF $74.95

Bundle Price: $99.00
Total Savings: $50.90


Java EE 7 Front End Web Application Development: Getting Started

It's important to understand the architecture of a Java EE application and its development process. This course covers these areas and highlights the technologies involved in developing Java EE 7 front-end web applications. It also looks at standard Java technologies such as JavaBeans and annotations that can be incorporated into Java EE applications.
  • start the course
  • introduce Java EE technology group and outline the requirements of enterprise applications
  • describe enterprise application infrastructure technologies with separation of logic from services, and describe Java EE profiles
  • define Java EE technology specifications and how to access them and describe how they define APIs and also in some cases services
  • describe the Java EE requirement for a tiered architecture, the N-tiered model, and Java EE tiered architecture
  • step through and describe a sample Java EE application
  • describe the role of Java EE servers and the available implementations
  • describe the considerations for selecting a Java EE server and describe the benefits of the Glassfish server
  • describe the role of an IDE and list some of the IDEs that support Java EE development
  • describe the Java EE development process and the steps involved
  • describe Java EE containers and components
  • describe Java EE component state, properties, encapsulation, and proxies
  • describe the role of and different types of Java EE archive files including WAR and EAR files, and list the web components in a WAR file
  • describe the use of deployment descriptor files in Java EE applications and list some vendor-specific deployment descriptors
  • install the GlassFish server from the NetBeans IDE
  • write a simple test application in NetBeans and deploy it to GlassFish
  • describe JavaBeans and how they can be used in Java EE applications
  • describe the considerations for creating and working with JavaBeans
  • describe Java logging and logging frameworks
  • describe how to use the java.util.logging.Logger class in Java EE applications
  • describe logging handlers in Java EE applications
  • referencing the GlassFish log service, describe how logging is configured and logs viewed for Java EE applications
  • create a Logger instance and add it to a Java EE application
  • describe and contrast the use of annotations with deployment descriptors in Java EE applications
  • describe the different types of annotations and how they are currently used in Java EE 7
  • describe annotation elements, placement, and retention in Java EE applications
  • describe method chaining and how it is used by JAX-RS
  • practice creating and working with loggers in a Java EE application

Java EE 7 Front End Web Application Development: Presentation with JSF

JavaServer Faces is a technology for presentations in a Java application. This course explores the features of JSFs, looking at JSF application elements, and the use of JSF pages and forms. It contrasts JSF tags with JSP tags and introduces JSF tag libraries. It also describes how managed beans – JavaBeans objects that encapsulate the application data properties and actions – are managed by the JSF runtime environment. In this course, you will learn how to extend the lifetime of a managed bean and how to reference managed beans using the unified Expression Language (EL). The course will also demonstrate a sample JSF application and page navigation using JSF, and will provide practice in using JSF in Java web applications.
  • start the course
  • introduce the features of JSF including the new features in JSF 2.0
  • describe JSF application elements and the use of JSF pages and forms
  • contrast JSF tags with JSP tags and list the available JSF tag libraries
  • describe managed beans, how to configure them, and how they are used with forms
  • step through the components of a sample JSF application: JSF pages, managed beans, and deployment descriptor
  • describe the phase of a JSF application life cycle
  • describe how to include text, HTML, and hyperlinks in facelet pages
  • describe how to extend the lifetime of a managed bean by adjusting its scope and describe scope in the context of dependency injection
  • describe the Unified Expression Language (EL) and how it can be used to reference managed beans
  • describe implicit and static JSF page navigation and the use of the ui:repeat tag to iterate through collections
  • use JSF for presentation in a Java web application
  • practice using JSF in Java web applications
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Java EE 7 Front End Web Application Development e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271379
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $99