Java EE Made Easy Patterns Architecture and Frameworks

Beginners Guide to Demystifying Architecture, Patterns and Technologies used in Java EE. Get the Big Picture of Java EE.
Java EE Made Easy Patterns Architecture and Frameworks
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668.22 MB
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2h 3m

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in28Minutes Official

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Last updated 9/2022

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4.4/5

Java EE Made Easy Patterns Architecture and Frameworks

What you’ll learn

Understand the Basics of Evolution of Java EE Application Architecture
Understand Model 1 Architecture, Model 2 or MVC Architecture and Modified MVC Architecture
Understand the Basic Patterns in Java EE – Front Controller, View Helper, Composite View, Context Object, Intercepting Filter, Facade, DTO/VO, DAO – Data Access Object,Service Activator
Get an introduction to terminologies like JPA, JDBC, ORM, JNDI, EJB, JTA, DTO, VO, JAXB, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, AOP and Dependency Injection

Java EE Made Easy Patterns Architecture and Frameworks

Requirements

You are expected to have an Understanding of the basics of a web application – Request, Response, Servlet, JSP etc
You are expected to have programming experience in Java

Description

List of Jargons used in Java EE is Endless – JPA, JDBC, ORM, JNDI, EJB, JTA, DTO, VO, JAXB, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, AOP, Dependency Injection, Model 1 Architecture, Model 2 Architecture, Front Controller, Composite View, Intercepting Filter, Facade, Service Locator to name a few.For a beginner, Java EE can be overwhelming. Objective of the course is to give a Big Picture of the Java EE. You will understand the Jargon, Specifications, Patterns used in Java EE. You will understand the Basic Architecture of a Java EE Application.WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:5 STARS – The course was very concise and yet comprehensive. I had a hard time finding the right course to give an insight into Java EE and I am glad I chanced upon this course. The course gives a good overview about Java EE and it clears concepts about Java EE which a new developer needs to know.5 STARS – Excellent overview of all the technologies packed in java enterprise edition. It is for all who wants to startup Java EE training.5 STARS – Java EE is so damn big and really difficult to understand how everything fits together. The overview does a great job in giving you familiarity with common terms, concepts and how they are applied in the big picture of EE. The course really does demystify so many of the terms and concepts that I have head for some time now.5 STARS – Very useful in deciding which way you want to go when learning Java EE 5 STARS – I would strongly recommend this course to any one who would like to get a quick overview of Java EE related technologies. The instructor did a really good job in providing quality information with in a short span of time.5 STARS – Great course. Really liked the presentation and the choice of topics covered.COURSE OVERVIEW:In this course You will understand the Evolution of Java EE Application Architecture:Model 1 ArchitectureModel 2 or MVC ArchitectureModified MVC Architecture using Front ControllerYou will get an Overview of Patterns used in the Java EE World – Grouped by the layer they are used in:Front ControllerView HelperComposite ViewContext ObjectIntercepting FilterDomain ModelFacadeDTO/VODAO – Data Access ObjectService ActivatorYou will also be introduced to terminologies like JPA, JDBC, ORM, JNDI, EJB, JTA, DTO, VO, JAXB, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, AOP and Dependency Injection.Get ready for a Roller Coaster Ride with Java EE.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction to the Course

Section 2: High Level Architecture

Lecture 2 Congratuations

Lecture 3 Model 1 Architecture

Lecture 4 Model 2 MVC Architecture

Lecture 5 Modified MVC Architecture – Front Controller

Lecture 6 Need For Multiple Layers

Lecture 7 Big Picture : Layers, Frameworks and Specifications

Lecture 8 What is a Distributed System?

Lecture 9 What is Coupling?

Lecture 10 What is Cohesion?

Lecture 11 What are Cross Cutting Concerns?

Section 3: Web Layer

Lecture 12 Introduction to Scriptlets, JSTL and EL

Lecture 13 Front Controller and Application Controller Patterns

Lecture 14 View Helper – Java EE Pattern

Lecture 15 Composite View – Java EE Pattern

Lecture 16 Context Object – Java EE Pattern

Lecture 17 Intercepting Filter – Java EE Pattern

Section 4: Business Layer

Lecture 18 Domain Model

Lecture 19 EJB

Lecture 20 JTA

Lecture 21 Facade – Java EE Pattern

Lecture 22 DTO VO – Java EE Pattern

Lecture 23 Service Locator – Java EE Pattern

Section 5: Data & Integration Layers

Lecture 24 JMS, JAX-WS, JAX-RS and JAXB

Lecture 25 JNDI, JDBC, ORM and JPA

Lecture 26 Data Access Object – Java EE Pattern

Lecture 27 Service Activator – Java EE Pattern

Section 6: Other Significant Things You would need to Know

Lecture 28 Overview

Lecture 29 Caching

Lecture 30 Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)

Lecture 31 Dependency Injection

Section 7: Congratulations

Lecture 32 Bonus Lecture

Lecture 33 Next Steps

You are finding your feet in Java EE World,You are developing a Web Application with Java EE and you want to understand the big picture of Java EE,You hear a lot of jargon related to Java EE and You are curious to learn what they mean,This is NOT a Java EE for Beginners or 101 course. This course is about the big picture of Java EE.

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Udemy | English | 2h 3m | 668.22 MB
Created by: in28Minutes Official

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