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Java EE Made Easy - Patterns, Architecture and Frameworks

Beginners Guide to Demystifying Architecture, Patterns and Technologies used in Java EE. Get the Big Picture of Java EE.
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Last updated 11/2016
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Reviews : 85% Reviews are 5 Star or 4 Star. (25 Mar 2016)

"Excellent overview of all the technologies packed in java enterprise edition. It is for all who wants to startup Java EE training."

"Very useful in deciding which way you want to go when learning Java EE. 

Special thanks for mentioning which technologies are popular, which are gaining popularity and which are loosing popularity!"

"I would strongly recommend this course to any one who would like to get a quick overview of Java EE related technologies. The instructor did a really good job in providing quality information with in a short span of time."

"Great course. Really liked the presentation and the choice of topics covered."

List of Jargons used in Java EE is Endless - JPA, JDBC, ORM, JNDI, EJB, JTA, DTO, VO, JAXB, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, AOP, Dependency Injection, Model 1 Architecture, Model 2 Architecture, Front Controller, Composite View, Intercepting Filter, Facade, Service Locator to name a few.

For a beginner, Java EE can be overwhelming. Objective of the course is to give a Big Picture of the Java EE. You will understand the Jargon, Specifications, Patterns used in Java EE. You will understand the basic architecture of a Java EE Application.

You will understand the evolution of Java EE Application Architecture:

  • Model 1 Architecture
  • Model 2 or MVC Architecture
  • Modified MVC Architecture using Front Controller


You will get an overview of Patterns used in the Java EE World - Grouped by the layer they are used in:

  • Front Controller
  • View Helper
  • Composite View
  • Context Object
  • Intercepting Filter
  • Domain Model
  • Facade
  • DTO/VO
  • DAO - Data Access Object
  • Service Activator

You will also be introduced to terminologies like JPA, JDBC, ORM, JNDI, EJB, JTA, DTO, VO, JAXB, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, AOP and Dependency Injection.

Get ready for a Roller Coaster Ride with Java EE.

Who is the target audience?
  • You are finding your feet in Java EE World
  • You are developing a Web Application with Java EE and you want to understand the big picture of Java EE
  • You hear a lot of jargon related to Java EE and You are curious to learn what they mean
  • This is NOT a Java EE for Beginners or 101 course. This course is about the big picture of Java EE.
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What Will I Learn?
Understand the Basics of Evolution of Java EE Application Architecture
Understand Model 1 Architecture, Model 2 or MVC Architecture and Modified MVC Architecture
Understand the Basic Patterns in Java EE - Front Controller, View Helper, Composite View, Context Object, Intercepting Filter, Facade, DTO/VO, DAO - Data Access Object,Service Activator
Get an introduction to terminologies like JPA, JDBC, ORM, JNDI, EJB, JTA, DTO, VO, JAXB, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, AOP and Dependency Injection
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Requirements
  • You are expected to have an Understanding of the basics of a web application - Request, Response, Servlet, JSP etc
  • You are expected to have programming experience in Java
Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:32
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High Level Architecture
9 Lectures 36:51

Model 2 MVC Architecture
04:25

Modified MVC Architecture - Front Controller
06:40

Need For Multiple Layers
05:46

Big Picture : Layers, Frameworks and Specifications
05:20

What is a Distributed System?
02:05

What is Coupling?
04:24

What is Cohesion?
04:33

What are Cross Cutting Concerns?
02:05
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Web Layer
6 Lectures 31:59
Introduction to Scriptlets, JSTL and EL
10:28


View Helper - Java EE Pattern
03:02

Composite View - Java EE Pattern
03:25

Context Object - Java EE Pattern
04:44

Intercepting Filter - Java EE Pattern
04:14
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Business Layer
6 Lectures 15:19
Domain Model
04:25

EJB
02:56

JTA
02:24

Facade - Java EE Pattern
02:32

DTO VO - Java EE Pattern
01:32

Service Locator - Java EE Pattern
01:30
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Data & Integration Layers
4 Lectures 21:29

JNDI, JDBC, ORM and JPA
07:43

Data Access Object - Java EE Pattern
05:41

Service Activator - Java EE Pattern
02:21
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Other Significant Things You would need to Know
4 Lectures 12:44
Overview
01:34

Caching
03:20

Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
03:59

Dependency Injection
03:51
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Conclusion
2 Lectures 01:13
Next Steps
01:01

Bonus Lecture : Our Best Courses
00:12
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I'm Ranga Karanam, an Architect with 15 Years of Java programming and design  with major banking clients across the world. 

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