Developing Java Web Applications
This training course, written by Nick Todd, the author of JavaServer Pages 2.0 Developers Handbook from Sams Publishing, teaches you how to create Web interfaces using JavaServer Pages technology. It covers the very latest technologies that are now available to the Java Web application developer, including the JSP Standard Tag Library, Struts, JavaServer Faces, Portlets and the JSP Expression Language as well as JSP architecture, working with JavaBeans, and how to interface with Enterprise JavaBeans and Web services. The training course can be delivered using a number of development tools, including IBM Rational Application Developer, Oracle JDeveloper, Eclipse, or a basic text editor.The training course can be delivered on most deployment environments, including Tomcat, WebSphere, Oracle AS, JBoss, and WebLogic.
Training Course Duration: 4 days
Layout: This training course combines lectures with practical exercises that help the delegates to put what they have learned on the training course into practice. The exercises specifically build on what has been recently taught and are built up as the training course progresses.
Who it is for: Web developers who need to be able to build enterprise Java based Web applications using JSP.
Training Course Prerequisites:
Delegates must be familiar with XML, and they must also be familiar with Web technologies such as HTML and HTTP. Java programming experience is desirable but not essential for this training course. If you do not have Java, then some scripting experience would be extremely advantageous.
Training Course Objectives:
At the end of this training course, students should be able to:
Identify the core components of a Java Web application
Write and deploy a Java Servlet
Process form data from a Java Servlet
Understand the JSP lifecycle
Use scriptlets , expressions, and standard actions in a JSP
Use the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
Integrate XML into a Web application
Use the JSP Expression Language (EL)
Build applications using the Struts Framework
Implement a Portlet and deploy it to a Portlet Container
Add appropriate content metadata to JSP and other content items
Develop interfaces to Web services
Develop interfaces to Enterprise Java Beans
Identify some of the architectural, design, and implementation considerations when working with JSP technology
Guide Price: 895 onsite