Beginning Jakarta EE: Enterprise Edition for Java: From Novice to Professional

  • 4h 6m
  • Peter Späth
  • Apress
  • 2019

Build Java-based enterprise applications using the open source Eclipse Jakarta EE platform. This feature-packed book teaches you enterprise Java development top to bottom. It covers Java web-tier development using servlets, JavaServer Faces (JSF), RESTful applications, and JSON. You’ll also cover Java data-tier development using persistence and transaction handling, messaging services, remote procedure calls, concurrency, and security to round out a complete Java-based enterprise application.

Step by step and easy to follow, Beginning Jakarta EE includes many practical examples. Written by a Java expert and consultant, this book contains the best information possible on enterprise Java technologies. You’ll see that Jakarta EE is the next evolution of Java EE 8 and how it is one of the leading Java platforms for enterprise application development.

What You Will Learn

  • Build enterprise Java applications using Jakarta EE
  • Set up your development environment
  • Create page-flow web applications with JSF
  • Write single-page web applications with REST and JSON
  • Persist data using JPA in Jakarta EE
  • Build enterprise Java modules using EJBs and CDI
  • Work with transaction engines using JTA
  • Secure, log, and monitor your Jakarta EE applications

Who This Book Is For

Beginning Java EE application developers with some experience of Java 8.

About the Author

Peter Späth graduated in 2002 as a physicist and soon afterwards became an IT consultant, mainly for Java-related projects. In 2016 he decided to concentrate on writing books, with his main focus set on software development. With two books about graphics and sound processing and two books for Android and Kotlin programming, his new book addresses beginning Jakarta EE developers willing to develop enterprise-level Java applications with Java 8.

In this Book

  • Java Development, Enterprise Needs
  • Getting a Jakarta EE Server to Work
  • Setting Up an IDE
  • Building Page-Flow Web Applications with JSF
  • Building Single-Page Web Applications with REST and JSON
  • Adding a Database with JPA
  • Modularization with EJBs
  • Dealing with XML Data
  • Messaging with JMS
  • Maintaining State Consistency with JTA Transactions
  • Securing Jakarta EE Applications
  • Deployment Artifacts
  • Logging Jakarta EE Applications
  • Monitoring Jakarta EE Applications