Course Java EE Avanzado y Frameworks MVC Online - Spring 3.0 y Struts2

BDI - IT Training

Rs 2,750
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  • Course
  • Online
  • Duration:
    8 Weeks

Java EE 6 is a major major release in the evolution of Java EE with lots of new features. It has a huge emphasis on the ease of development. The ease of development features include using annotations instead of deployment descriptors, simplified EJB development, use of dependency injection for accessing resources, Java Persistence API (JPA), and annotation based Web service development. The goal of this presentation and hands-on lab is to give you overall sense of the Java EE features.
Suitable for: Systems professionals with the intention of specializing in the development of Internet applications through a modern approach, to date, with a level closer to implementing software engineering development in three layers MVC

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The participant, prior to the course you must know the Java language, with capacity for at least the following: Designing console applications, Implementing OOP applications that make use of inheritance and polymorphism, exception handling, and Maps Collections Management, Management Database through JDBC, their knowledge of basic HTML language

Teachers and trainers (1)

Andrés Guzmán
Andrés Guzmán
Java(tm) Technology Architect, Consultant, and Instructor

I`m presently working as a Java(tm) Technology Architect, Consultant, and Instructor. He frequently gives talks on various Java technologies such as Java EE (formerly J2EE), Java SE, Web application frameworks, and Web services and SOA technologies to worldwide developer audience. As an adjunct professor, he also teaches software engineering courses at IT-Wall Learning Campany.

Course programme

  • Java EE Middle-tier architecture
  • JEE tools
  • Spring Framework 3.0 and Struts2 Framework
  • Gets and Install the JDK, IDE and Application Server software
  • Java Servlets and JSP
  • Model–View–Controller (MVC) software architecture
  • Framework Struts 2
    • JSP & JSTL / Struts Tags
    • The Controllers Struts ActionsSupport
    • Actions Struts
    • Form Bean
    • Controller Multi-action (Wildcard Mappings)
    • Types of Results
    • Forms and Validations
    • Intercepting a Requests - with interface Interceptor
    • Dependency injection request's parameter to POJO
    • HTTP Session Management from ActionContext
    • Struts 2 CRUD – Preparable
    • Support i18n
    • DAO Support
    • Model implementing JDBC
    • ORM Hibernate.
    • Config Hibernate CFG
    • The class HibernateUtil
    • The Hibernate Mapping
    • Mapping annotation – Java Api Persistencia (JAP)
  • Hibernate 3 ORM
  • Spring Framework
    • The IoC container - Inversion of Control
    • The Container
    • Beans
    • Autowiring – annotation
    • JSP & JSTL
    • ‘Plain-old’ JSPs vs JSTL
    • Tag Libs Forms
    • Types of Controllers
    • Handler mappings
    • Forms and Validation
    • Handler requests Interceptor – HandlerInterceptor interface
    • Handler Sesiones HTTP (SessionUtility)
    • DAO Support
    • Model created with JDBC
    • ORM Hibernate.
    • Config SessionFactory
    • Hibernate Mapping
    • HibernateTemplate
    • Hibernate Dao Support
  • EJB 3.0
    • GLASSFISH 3.0
    • JBOSS 5
    • JPA 2.0
  • JPA (Java Persistence API)

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