4.44 (8 reviews)
☑ You will have learned about basic concepts about programming with Java.
☑ The basic of most popular Java technologies
☑ After this course you will be preparing for the ORACLE exam
This course will deal exclusively with web programming in the Java programming language. We’ll mention some basic terms, such as scripts, servlets, applets, JSP stations, methods for integrating Java code into HTML and more.
In addition to handling basic concepts, the course will also focus on processing the most commonly used frameworks in the development of a web application: Spring web MVC and JSF. Upon successfully completing the course, you’ll be able to learn the practical use of the most common programming language when creating web applications. In other words, the course will introduce you to advanced web concepts, the security and the efficiency of web applications, while these and many other acquired skills during the lecture will enable you to start a professional career as a web application developer.
This course is just an introduction to web programming and web technologies such as Spring, JSF, JSP, you must continue learning after this course if you want to actively use one of these technologies.
This course also prepares you for the ORACLE certification exam(Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Component Developer), increasing your chances of finding a great job.
What are the requirements?
You must have a good knowledge of the JAVA STANDARD EDITION
You need to be familiar with the HTML structure
Knowing the database is also a necessary for starting this course
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Introduction To Java EE
Creating The First Web Application
Installing The GlassFish Server
Introduction To Web Programming
EL Expressions And Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
Advanced Controls Of HTML Forms
Handling The Condition
JMS And Message Driven Beans
Let’s Start With Spring
Creating Spring Web MVC Application
Forms And Validation
Java And AJAX
The density of information in this course is extremely low. Most of the time you watch the instructor typing in HTML templates - and doing so extremely slowly and exhibiting a lot of mistakes and bad style. He doesn't explain why he does the things he does, what are the advantages of using one style vs. the other or how things work - he only narrates what he does ("I will now add a modifier to that function.") The original price of € 199,- is just outrageous for the amount of information, that frankly would have fit in a medium length blog post. But even the 12,99 I paid for it I consider overprized.