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Course Length:
4 Days
Course Description:
Intended for entry to mid-level Java™ developers, JBoss Enterprise Application Development (JB295) course will expose students to JBoss® Java EE frameworks, specifications, and interfaces (APIs). Students will learn how to create and maintain Java EE-compliant applications from start to finish using the Eclipse-based JBoss Developer Studio. Comprehensive lecture and extensive use-case, hands-on labs will introduce the student to Seam, Hibernate, and other related technologies that help create a fully functional enterprise Java application. By the end of the course, students will build a complete multi-tier enterprise application, including a web-based front end, a web services layer, EJB-layer, and a persistence layer, as well as code for test cases at all levels.
Who Should Attend:
This course is intended for students with Java programming experience who want to enter enterprise Java development, as well as experienced enterprise Java developers who are migrating to JBoss for the first time. Experienced enterprise Java developers who want to upgrade their skill set using Java EE 6 and the latest JBoss Enterprise Application Developer Studio versions will also benefit.
Benefits of Attendance:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Build robust enterprise applications using JBoss middleware.
  • Build secure enterprise applications.
  • Integrate applications with back-end enterprise information and messaging systems.
  • Test with Arquillian.
  • Use Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) for seamless multitier applications.
  • Understand administration tasks for developers.
  • Leverage JBoss Developer Studio tools.
Prerequisites:
Fluency in the Java programming language (Java SE 5 or 6), particularly annotations and object-oriented design is required. Ability to read HTML and XML documents is also required. Basic experience with an integrated development environment (IDE) like Eclipse is also necessary. Basic knowledge of Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) and Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMSs) is recommended but not required.
Course Outline:
  • Developer Administration Tasks for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6
    1. Use the new JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 administration interfaces and deployment models.
  • Introduction to JBoss Developer Studio
    1. Leverage JBoss Developer Studio tools to control servers and manage projects.
  • Contexts and Dependency Injection
    1. Build CDI-enabled applications.
  • Testing
    1. Test applications using JUnit and Arquillian.
  • Session Beans
    1. Implement business logic using EJB.
  • Web Services
    1. Use JBoss Enterprise Application Platform implementations for JAX-WS support with RESTEasy and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) to build web services.
  • Messaging
    1. Use HornetQ to add asynchronous messaging to enterprise components and develop message-driven beans.
  • Persistence
    1. Persist data with JPA and Hibernate.
  • Web-based UI
    1. Create a rich web UI using JSF 2 and RichFaces.
  • Security
    1. Secure applications using JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 and application security.
  • Packaging and Deployment
    1. Understand deployment options for application packages built with JBoss Developer Studio for a variety of middleware servers.