Course Outline


Overview of Java EE Architecture

Overview Java EE 8 APIs and Functionality

Preparing the Development Environment

Installing and Configuring Java EE 8

Creating a Sample Application

Reading and Writing to a Database

Understanding Dependency Injection

Writing Stateful Components

Working with Java EE Websockets

Mapping Java type to and from JSON

Developing a UI for the Application

Securing the Application

Testing the Application

Debugging the Application

Deploying the Application


Summary and Conclusion


  • Java programming experience.


  • Developers
  21 Hours


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