Building Web Services with Java EE 8

Building Web Services with Java EE 8

Create modern RESTful web services with the Java EE 8 API

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About This Course

The Java Enterprise Edition is one of the leading application programming platforms for enterprise Java development. With Java EE 8 finally released and the first application servers being available, it is time to have a closer look at how to develop modern and lightweight web services with the latest API additions and improvements.

This video course is a comprehensive guide showing you how to develop state-of-the-art RESTful web services with the latest Java EE 8 APIs. We start by giving an overview of Java EE 8 and the latest API additions and improvements. Then you will implement, build, and package your first working web service as a prototype for the remainder of the course. Then you will delve into the details of implementing synchronous RESTful web services and clients with JAX-RS. Next up, you will learn about the specifics of data binding and content marshalling using the JSON-B 1.0 and JSON-P 1.1 APIs. Then you will learn how to leverage the power of asynchronous APIs on the server- and client-side, and you will learn to use Server-Sent-Events (SSEs) for push communications. The final section will cover some advanced web service topics such as validation, JWT security, and diagnosability.

By the end of this course, you will have a thorough understanding of the Java EE 8 APIs required for lightweight web service development. Also, you will have implemented several working web services to provide you with the required practical experience.

Other Information

  • Certificate will provided in this course on Completion
  • Full lifetime access
  • Available on Mobile & Laptop

What Students Will Learn In Your Course?

  • Dive into latest Java EE 8 APIs relevant for developing web services
  • Understand the basics of building synchronous web services with JAX-RS
  • Easy content marshaling with JSON-B 1.0
  • Flexible JSON processing with JSON-P 1.1
  • Implement asynchronous web services with JAX-RS
  • Implement synchronous and asynchronous JAX-RS clients
  • Use Server-Sent Events (SSE)
  • Secure Java EE 8 web services with JSON web tokens

Are There Any Course Requirements Or Prerequisites?

No prior knowledge of Java EE 8 is required; experience with a previous Java EE version will, however, be beneficial

Who Are Your Target Students?

This course is intended for Java developers who want to learn how to implement web services using the latest Java EE 8 APIs.

Course Content

  • 25 lectures
  • 02:05:57
  • The Course Overview
    00:03:15
  • Why Is Java EE a Good Platform for Microservices?
    00:04:16
  • What's New in Java EE 8
    00:03:46
  • Getting Started with Java EE 8 Microservices
    00:04:10
  • Containerizing Java EE 8 Microservices
    00:06:03
  • Implementing Basic REST APIs with JAX-RS
    00:06:28
  • Using Sub-Resources
    00:03:52
  • Error Handling in JAX-RS
    00:05:05
  • Implementing Web Service Clients with Java EE 8
    00:04:45
  • Testing Java EE 8 Web Services
    00:05:33
  • Introduction to Content-Types and Content Negotiation
    00:04:42
  • Easy Data Binding Using JSON-B
    00:05:13
  • Flexible JSON Processing with JSON-P
    00:07:01
  • Implementing Hypermedia-Driven REST APIs
    00:05:54
  • Benefits and Usage Scenarios of Asynchronous Processing
    00:02:36
  • Implementing Asynchronous Web Services
    00:04:25
  • Using ManagedExecutorService and Server-Side Callbacks
    00:05:28
  • Implementing Asynchronous Web Service Clients
    00:04:57
  • What Are Server-Sent Events?
    00:02:54
  • Implementing SSE on the Server-Side
    00:04:40
  • Implementing SSE REST Clients
    00:06:07
  • Implementing and Sending SSE Broadcasts
    00:05:12
  • Apply Design by Contract Adding Validation
    00:04:34
  • Using JSON Web Token (JWT) for Authentication
    00:05:31
  • Diagnosability Logging, Metrics, and Tracing
    00:09:30
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