Beginning Java EE 7

Beginning Java EE 7

Beginning Java EE 7 is the first tutorial book on Java EE 7. Step by step and easy to follow, this book describes many of the Java EE 7 specifications and reference implementations, and shows them in action using practical examples.

Author: Antonio Goncalves

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430246268

Category: Computers

Page: 608

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Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) continues to be one of the leading Java technologies and platforms. Beginning Java EE 7 is the first tutorial book on Java EE 7. Step by step and easy to follow, this book describes many of the Java EE 7 specifications and reference implementations, and shows them in action using practical examples. This definitive book also uses the newest version of GlassFish to deploy and administer the code examples. Written by an expert member of the Java EE specification request and review board in the Java Community Process (JCP), this book contains the best information possible, from an expert’s perspective on enterprise Java technologies. What you’ll learn Get started with the latest version of the Java EE Platform. Explore and use the EJB and JPA APIs from entities to session beans to message driven beans, and more. Discover web tier development APIs including JSF, Facelets and Expression Language. Uncover SOAP web services, RESTful web services, and more available in this latest Java EE. Create dynamic user interfaces for your enterprise and transactional Java applications. Who this book is for This book is for Java or Spring programmers with some experience and those new to Java EE platform. Architects will also find information about how to layer their Java EE applications. Table of Contents Java EE 7 Environment Context and Dependency Injection Bean Validation Java Persistence API Object-Relational Mapping Managing Persistent Object Enterprise Java Beans Callbacks, Timer Service, and Authorization Interceptors and Transactions JavaServer Faces Processing and Navigation XML and JSON Messaging SOAP Web Services RESTful Web Service
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Beginning Java 7

Beginning Java 7

(Because I don't explore Java EE in Beginning Java 7, it might seem pointless to install the Java EE version of NetBeans. However, you might as well install this software now in case you decide to explore Java EE after reading this book ...

Author: Jeff Friesen

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430239109

Category: Computers

Page: 920

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Beginning Java 7 guides you through version 7 of the Java language and a wide assortment of platform APIs. New Java 7 language features that are discussed include switch-on-string and try-with-resources. APIs that are discussed include Threading, the Collections Framework, the Concurrency Utilities, Swing, Java 2D, networking, JDBC, SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, JAX-WS, and SAAJ. This book also presents an introduction to Android app development so that you can apply some of its knowledge to the exciting world of Android app development. This book presents the following table of contents: Chapter 1 introduces you to Java and begins to cover the Java language by focusing on fundamental concepts such as comments, identifiers, variables, expressions, and statements. Chapter 2 continues to explore this language by presenting all of its features for working with classes and objects. You learn about features related to class declaration and object creation, encapsulation, information hiding, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, and garbage collection. Chapter 3 focuses on the more advanced language features related to nested classes, packages, static imports, exceptions, assertions, annotations, generics, and enums. Additional chapters introduce you to the few features not covered in Chapters 1 through 3. Chapter 4 largely moves away from covering language features (although it does introduce class literals and strictfp) while focusing on language-oriented APIs. You learn about Math, StrictMath, Package, Primitive Type Wrapper Classes, Reference, Reflection, String, StringBuffer and StringBuilder, Threading, BigDecimal, and BigInteger in this chapter. Chapter 5 begins to explore Java's utility APIs by focusing largely on the Collections Framework. However, it also discusses legacy collection-oriented APIs and how to create your own collections. Chapter 6 continues to focus on utility APIs by presenting the concurrency utilities along with the Objects and Random classes. Chapter 7 moves you away from the command-line user interfaces that appear in previous chapters and toward graphical user interfaces. You first learn about the Abstract Window Toolkit foundation, and then explore the Java Foundation Classes in terms of Swing and Java 2D. Appendix C explores Accessibility and Drag and Drop. Chapter 8 explores filesystem-oriented I/O in terms of the File, RandomAccessFile, stream, and writer/reader classes. Chapter 9 introduces you to Java's network APIs (e.g., sockets). It also introduces you to the JDBC API for interacting with databases along with the Java DB database product. Chapter 10 dives into Java's XML support by first presenting an introduction to XML (including DTDs and schemas). It next explores the SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, and XSLT APIs. It even briefly touches on the Validation API. While exploring XPath, you encounter namespace contexts, extension functions and function resolvers, and variables and variable resolvers. Chapter 11 introduces you to Java's support for SOAP-based and RESTful web services. As well as providing you with the basics of these web service categories, Chapter 11 presents some advanced topics, such as working with the SAAJ API to communicate with a SOAP-based web service without having to rely on JAX-WS. You will appreciate having learned about XML in Chapter 10 before diving into this chapter. Chapter 12 helps you put to use some of the knowledge you've gathered in previous chapters by showing you how to use Java to write an Android app's source code. This chapter introduces you to Android, discusses its architecture, shows you how to install necessary tools, and develops a simple app. Appendix A presents the solutions to the programming exercises that appear near the end of Chapters 1 through 12. Appendix B introduces you to Java's Scripting API along with Java 7's support for dynamically typed languages. Appendix C introduces you to additional APIs and architecture topics. Examples include Accessibility, classloaders, Console, Drag and Drop, Java Native Interface, and System Tray. Appendix D presents a gallery of significant applications that demonstrate various aspects of Java. Unfortunately, there are limits to how much knowledge can be crammed into a print book. For this reason, Appendixes A, B, C, and D are not included in this book's pages. Instead, these appendixes are freely distributed as PDF files. Appendixes A and B are bundled with the book's associated code file at the Apress website (http://www.apress.com/9781430239093). Appendixes C and D are bundled with their respective code files at my TutorTutor.ca website (http://tutortutor.ca/cgi-bin/makepage.cgi?/books/bj7).
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Introducing Java EE 7

Introducing Java EE 7

This book guides you through the new features and enhancements in each of the technologies comprising the Java EE platform.

Author: Josh Juneau

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430258483

Category: Computers

Page: 214

View: 902

This book guides you through the new features and enhancements in each of the technologies comprising the Java EE platform. It appeals to a large base of Java EE 6 programmers who are highly motivated to migrate to the newly-released, Java EE 7 platform.
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Beginning Java 7

Beginning Java 7

This book also presents an introduction to Android app development so that you can apply some of its knowledge to the exciting world of Android app development.

Author: Jeff Friesen

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430239093

Category: Computers

Page: 920

View: 481

Beginning Java 7 guides you through version 7 of the Java language and a wide assortment of platform APIs. New Java 7 language features that are discussed include switch-on-string and try-with-resources. APIs that are discussed include Threading, the Collections Framework, the Concurrency Utilities, Swing, Java 2D, networking, JDBC, SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, JAX-WS, and SAAJ. This book also presents an introduction to Android app development so that you can apply some of its knowledge to the exciting world of Android app development. This book presents the following table of contents: Chapter 1 introduces you to Java and begins to cover the Java language by focusing on fundamental concepts such as comments, identifiers, variables, expressions, and statements. Chapter 2 continues to explore this language by presenting all of its features for working with classes and objects. You learn about features related to class declaration and object creation, encapsulation, information hiding, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, and garbage collection. Chapter 3 focuses on the more advanced language features related to nested classes, packages, static imports, exceptions, assertions, annotations, generics, and enums. Additional chapters introduce you to the few features not covered in Chapters 1 through 3. Chapter 4 largely moves away from covering language features (although it does introduce class literals and strictfp) while focusing on language-oriented APIs. You learn about Math, StrictMath, Package, Primitive Type Wrapper Classes, Reference, Reflection, String, StringBuffer and StringBuilder, Threading, BigDecimal, and BigInteger in this chapter. Chapter 5 begins to explore Java's utility APIs by focusing largely on the Collections Framework. However, it also discusses legacy collection-oriented APIs and how to create your own collections. Chapter 6 continues to focus on utility APIs by presenting the concurrency utilities along with the Objects and Random classes. Chapter 7 moves you away from the command-line user interfaces that appear in previous chapters and toward graphical user interfaces. You first learn about the Abstract Window Toolkit foundation, and then explore the Java Foundation Classes in terms of Swing and Java 2D. Appendix C explores Accessibility and Drag and Drop. Chapter 8 explores filesystem-oriented I/O in terms of the File, RandomAccessFile, stream, and writer/reader classes. Chapter 9 introduces you to Java's network APIs (e.g., sockets). It also introduces you to the JDBC API for interacting with databases along with the Java DB database product. Chapter 10 dives into Java's XML support by first presenting an introduction to XML (including DTDs and schemas). It next explores the SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, and XSLT APIs. It even briefly touches on the Validation API. While exploring XPath, you encounter namespace contexts, extension functions and function resolvers, and variables and variable resolvers. Chapter 11 introduces you to Java's support for SOAP-based and RESTful web services. As well as providing you with the basics of these web service categories, Chapter 11 presents some advanced topics, such as working with the SAAJ API to communicate with a SOAP-based web service without having to rely on JAX-WS. You will appreciate having learned about XML in Chapter 10 before diving into this chapter. Chapter 12 helps you put to use some of the knowledge you've gathered in previous chapters by showing you how to use Java to write an Android app's source code. This chapter introduces you to Android, discusses its architecture, shows you how to install necessary tools, and develops a simple app. Appendix A presents the solutions to the programming exercises that appear near the end of Chapters 1 through 12. Appendix B introduces you to Java's Scripting API along with Java 7's support for dynamically typed languages. Appendix C introduces you to additional APIs and architecture topics. Examples include Accessibility, classloaders, Console, Drag and Drop, Java Native Interface, and System Tray. Appendix D presents a gallery of significant applications that demonstrate various aspects of Java. Unfortunately, there are limits to how much knowledge can be crammed into a print book. For this reason, Appendixes A, B, C, and D are not included in this book's pages. Instead, these appendixes are freely distributed as PDF files. Appendixes A and B are bundled with the book's associated code file at the Apress website (http://www.apress.com/9781430239093). Appendixes C and D are bundled with their respective code files at my TutorTutor.ca website (http://tutortutor.ca/cgi-bin/makepage.cgi?/books/bj7).
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Java EE 7 First Look

Java EE 7 First Look

An easy-to-follow guide to reveal the new features of Java EE 7 and how to efficiently utilize them. Given the main objectives pursued, this book targets three groups of people with a knowledge of the Java language.

Author: NDJOBO Armel Fabrice

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781849699242

Category: Computers

Page: 188

View: 993

An easy-to-follow guide to reveal the new features of Java EE 7 and how to efficiently utilize them. Given the main objectives pursued, this book targets three groups of people with a knowledge of the Java language. They are: Beginners in the Java EE platform who would like to have an idea about the main specifications of Java EE 7. Developers who have experimented with previous versions of Java EE and who would like to explore the new features of Java EE 7. Building architects who want to learn how to put together the various Java EE 7 specifications for building robust and secure enterprise applications
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Beginning EJB 3

Beginning EJB 3

Beginning EJB 3 will serve not only as a reference, but it will also function as a how-to guide and repository of practical examples to which you can refer as you build your own applications.

Author: Jonathan Wetherbee

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430246930

Category: Computers

Page: 452

View: 977

Develop powerful, standards-based, back-end business logic with Beginning EJB 3, Java EE 7 Edition. Led by an author team with 20 years of combined Enterprise JavaBeans experience, you'll learn how to use the new EJB 3.2 APIs. You'll gain the knowledge and skills you’ll need to create the complex enterprise applications that run today's transactions and more. Targeted at Java and Java EE developers, with and without prior EJB experience, Beginning EJB 3 is packed with practical insights, strategy tips, and code examples. As each chapter unfolds, you'll not only explore a new area of the spec; you'll also see how you can apply it to your own applications through specific examples. Beginning EJB 3 will serve not only as a reference, but it will also function as a how-to guide and repository of practical examples to which you can refer as you build your own applications. It will help you harness the power of EJBs and take your Java EE 7 development to the next level.
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Beginning Java EE 6 with GlassFish 3

Beginning Java EE 6 with GlassFish 3

Since Java EE 6, a web application module can also contain EJB Lite beans (a subset of the EJB API described in Chapter 6). ... Some specifications have been pruned, which means that they will possibly be removed from Java EE 7.

Author: Antonio Goncalves

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430228905

Category: Computers

Page: 536

View: 198

Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) continues to be one of the leading Java technologies and platforms from Oracle (previously Sun). Beginning Java EE 6 Platform with GlassFish 3, Second Edition is this first tutorial book on the final version of the Java EE 6 Platform. Step by step and easy to follow, this book describes many of the Java EE 6 specifications and reference implementations, and shows them in action using practical examples. This book uses the new version of GlassFish 3 to deploy and administer the code examples. Written by an expert member of the Java EE 6 specification request and review board in the Java Community Process (JCP), this book contains the best information possible, from an expert’s perspective on enterprise Java technologies.
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Beginning Java EE 6 Platform with GlassFish 3

Beginning Java EE 6 Platform with GlassFish 3

Some specifications have been pruned, which means that they will possibly be removed from Java EE 7. Table 1-1. Java Enterprise Edition Specification Specification Version JSR URL Java EE 6.0 316 http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=316 ...

Author: Antonio Goncalves

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430219552

Category: Computers

Page: 500

View: 890

Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) continues to be one of the leading Java technologies and platforms from Oracle (previously Sun). Beginning Java EE 6 Platform with GlassFish 3, Second Edition is this first tutorial book on the final (RTM) version of the Java EE 6 Platform. Step by step and easy to follow, this book describes many of the Java EE 6 specifications and reference implementations, and shows them in action using practical examples. This book uses the new version of GlassFish 3 to deploy and administer the code examples. Written by an expert member of the Java EE 6 specification request and review board in the Java Community Process (JCP), this book contains the best information possible, from an expert’s perspective on enterprise Java technologies.
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Java 7 A Beginner s Tutorial Third Edition

Java 7  A Beginner   s Tutorial Third Edition

Servlet and JSP aretwo ofamultitude of technologies definedin theJava EE.OtherJava EEtechnologies include Java Message Service (JMS), EnterpriseJavaBeans (EJB), JavaServer Faces(JSF), and Java Persistence.

Author: Budi Kurniawan

Publisher: Brainy Software Inc

ISBN: 9780980839616

Category: Computers

Page: 716

View: 848

Java is an easy language to learn. However, you need to master more than the language syntax to be a professional Java programmer. For one, object-oriented programming (OOP) skill is key to developing robust and effective Java applications. In addition, knowing how to use the vast collection of libraries makes development more rapid. This book introduces you to important programming concepts and teaches how to use the Java core libraries. It is a guide to building real-world applications, both desktop and Web-based. The coverage is the most comprehensive you can find in a beginner’s book. Here are some of the topics in this book: - Java language syntax - Object-oriented programming - The Collections Framework - Working with numbers and dates - Error handling - Input Output - Generics - Annotations - Swing - Database access - Internationalization - Networking - Applets - Multithreading and the Concurrency Utilities - Servlet and JavaServer Pages - API documentation - Security - Application deployment This book covers Java SE 7 and was written with clarity and readability in mind.
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Beginning Java 9 Fundamentals

Beginning Java 9 Fundamentals

Java 7 improved the mechanism of rethrowing exceptions. Consider the following snippet of code for a method declaration: public void test() throws Exception { try { // May throw Exception1, or Exception2 } catch (Exception e) ...

Author: Kishori Sharan

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781484229026

Category: Computers

Page: 1037

View: 359

Learn the basics of Java 9, including basic programming concepts and the object-oriented fundamentals necessary at all levels of Java development. Author Kishori Sharan walks you through writing your first Java program step-by-step. Armed with that practical experience, you'll be ready to learn the core of the Java language. Beginning Java 9 Fundamentals provides over 90 diagrams and 240 complete programs to help you learn the topics faster. The book continues with a series of foundation topics, including using data types, working with operators, and writing statements in Java. These basics lead onto the heart of the Java language: object-oriented programming. By learning topics such as classes, objects, interfaces, and inheritance you'll have a good understanding ofJava's object-oriented model. The final collection of topics takes what you've learned and turns you into a real Java programmer. You'll see how to take the power of object-oriented programming and write programs that can handle errors and exceptions, process strings and dates, format data, and work with arrays to manipulate data. This book is a companion to two other books also by Sharan focusing on APIs and advanced Java topics. What You’ll Learn Write your first Java programs with an emphasis on learning object-oriented programming in Java Work with data types, operators, statements, classes and objects Handle exceptions, assertions, strings and dates, and object formatting Use regular expressions Work with arrays, interfaces, enums, and inheritance Deploy Java applications on memory-constrained devices using compact profiles Take advantage of the new JShell REPL tool Who This Book Is For Those who are new to Java programming, who may have some or even no prior programming experience.
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