Category: Java, JEE, Android programming
Mature technologies such as Spring, Hibernate and JavaServer Faces are cornerstones of many an enterprise system.
The four-day training covers all the technologies required to build advanced, modern web applications using Spring. Participants will be able to create solutions integrating database layer, business logic and web presentation tier.
In addition to the functional but devoid of eye-candy controls provided by the standard JSF library, participants will be using rich components from the Primefaces component suite.
- Domain model and the database layer – Java Persistence Architecture 2:
- basic mappings and relations, life cycle of an entity;
- complex mappings: inheritance, composition, uni- and bidirectional relations;
- surrogate and natural primary keys, multicolumn keys, implied values;
- JPQL queries;
- typed queries: Criteria API;
- collections of simple and embeddable types, ordering collections;
- validation using Bean Validation:
- built-in validators,
- custom validators.
- Introduction to Spring 3
- Installation and configuration of Spring and the associated pitfalls;
- Spring dependencies;
- Supported types of dependency injection: setter, constructor, getter;
- Configuration using XML files and tagged factories;
- Design patterns often used in Spring applications (Facade, DAO, Application Service, Business Delegate);
- Aspect oriented programming;
- Creating Spring database applications using SQL;
- Creating Spring database applications using Hibernate / JPA;
- Weavers in an SE and EE.
- The basic Spring integration with servlet (web) environment
- Spring and JavaServer Faces;
- Spring and Jersey (JAX-RS).
- The presentation layer: JavaServer Faces 2.1:
- Facelets: syntax, components, templates;
- Expression Language, deferred expresions;
- Managed Beans, scopes;
- Components (inputs, selects, panels, iterators);
- integration with JSR-303;
- JSF life cycle: building and restoring view, conversion, validation, actions, using FacesContext;
- collections and the usual problems;
- common patterns and pitfalls, solutions to typical problems, using OmniFaces utilities:
- dependent inputs,
- master/detail views,
- paging large sets of data,
- cross-component validation,
- bookmarkable URLs,
- custom converters for use in UISelectOne.
Audience and prerequisites
Participants should know the basics of HTML and SQL. Deeper knowledge of other web technologies and platforms is an advantage.
Good command of the Java language is required, participants are expected to write programs using classes, methods and attributes, enumerations, collections, operations on strings and numbers. However, knowledge of algorithms or design patterns is not necessary.
Course participants receive completion certificates signed by ALX.
- Java programmer
- Android Developer (complete course)
- Learning Java and Programming
- Java 8 for programmers
- Web application programming using Java Servlet and JSP
- Web application programming using JSF
- Spring, Hibernate and Spring MVC
- Business components development with EJB 3.1 and JPA 2 (Java EE6)
- Business components development with Spring and Hibernate
- Glassfish, PrimeFaces. Building Applications for the Java Enterprise Edition 6
- RichFaces: Building Applications for the Java Enterprise Edition 6, featuring JBoss and Seam
- IceFaces. Enterprise web applications
- XML Processing in Java
- Java - Preparation for Android 101
- Android programming
- Android programming (advanced)
- Android 101 and 201
- Games in Android - OpenGL ES 2.0 - Libgdx