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What you’ll learn

  • Understand the theoretical underpinnings of Java Enterprise Edition (JEE)
  • Understand what JEE specifications and implementations are and how to use them
  • Learn to create applications using JEE!
  • Learn to write loosely coupled code using dependency injection API (CDI)
  • Learn how the various Java EE APIs work together to make you a productive developer
  • Learn to write powerful web services using the Java API Restful Web Services (JAX-RS)
  • Master a set of web services that can facilitate rapid development of strong enterprise level applications
  • Build complex database applications based on platforms using its services and APIs
  • Write integration tests for Java EE components
  • And much more!

Are you ready to take your Java skills to the next level and finally understand Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) ?

The fact is, that Java Enterprise Edition is in use by companies around the world, including many of the Fortune 500 companies. Because of this there a lots of JEE opportunities and as a JEE developer you will be among the highest paid of all Java developers.

This course will get you up to speed quickly and give you the real world skills you need to add “Java Enterprise Edition 8 developer” to your résumé fast!


What’s this course about?

Java Enterprise edition has changed and evolved a lot over the years. This course is about teaching you what JEE is, and how to use it and become a productive JEE developer.

The course focuses on JEE 8 (also known as Jakarta EE).

By taking this course you will avoid learning about obsolete versions of Java EE, and learn best practices along the way.

The course starts at a theoretical level helping you to understand the underpinnings of JEE 8, including understanding the JEE specifications and implementations (which is a very important for a Java Enterprise Edition developer to understand).

But then you will dive into understanding JEE 8 at a developmental level with practical hands-on development. Ultimately, this is a hands-on course, so you will be doing a lot of coding as you learn how to use JEE 8.

Your instructor in this course is Luqman Saeed, an experienced software developer who has vast knowledge in a number of programming languages including Python, C# and of course Java. He also has extensive Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) experience and has created a great course to pass on his skills with JEE to you.

Some of the highest paid jobs in the industry for Java developers are available to those people who know and understand JEE, so here is your chance to dramatically increase your salary and future career opportunitues.


What topics are covered in this course?

General JEE concepts

Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI 2.0)

Java Persistence API (JPA 2.2)

Java API for Restful Web Services (JAX-RS 2.1)

JWT (Json Web Token)

Java API for Web Sockets

Testing with Arquillian Framework and JUnit.

And a lot more.


Why take this course?

This is the most comprehensive Java EE/Jakarta EE course on the internet with 340+ HD video lectures!

Learn how to write full working Java EE code that is portable across various JEE vendors.

The course has a pure standard Java EE API usage focus on app portability across vendors. This is an important skill to master.

In-depth coverage of database persistence with JPA.

This is the only online course that teaches the Contexts and Dependency Injection API in detail!

In-depth coverage of developing REST web services using standards based JAX-RS.

Course constantly updated to reflect latest update with Jakarta EE.


What skills do you need to enrol?

This course assumes you have a basic understanding of the Java programming language. If you have taken a Java course on Udemy such as Tim Buchalka Java Masterclass you will be more than ready for this course.

Ready to start?

If you’re ready to start the Java Enterprise Edition 8 for Beginners Course, then click the enrol button to get started.

Feel free to try some of the free video previews on this page as well.

Who this course is for:

  • This is course is suitable for those who have basic knowledge in Java, who wish to enhance their knowledge
  • Anyone wanting to enhance their résumé and learn about Java Enterprise Edition

Course content

  • Introduction
  • The Theory of Java EE
  • Setup
  • Getting Your Feet Wet
  • Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI 2.0)
  • Java Persistence API (JPA 2.2)
  • Java API for Rest Web Services (JAX-RS 2.1)
  • Websockets
  • Testing Java EE
  • Capstone Project 1 – Todo App

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  1. Maciej Kwiecien

    Good introduction into J2EE.

    Presented JAX-RS services could be more RESTFul, i,e, compare POST …/todos/new
    https://restfulapi.net/resource-naming/ -> Never use CRUD function names in URIs

    Good programming practices could be shown more, e.g. Optional could be returned from the method instead of null.

    I am not sure if caching example actually works as expected ( compare 300 – JAX-RS in Practice – Caching with CacheControl and Etags vs https://abhishek-gupta.gitbook.io/rest-assured-with-jaxrs/jax-rs-for-power-users-part-ii#etag-in-action) => looks like random ETag is returned for the same object what prevents it from caching

    To sum up, it’s not bad, it’s quite good it could be even better.

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  2. KomorowskiDev

    Excellent course for beginners. Good work 🙂

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  3. Justin Shay

    The instructor tends to speed through steps – have to pause a lot to catch up.

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  4. Lucas Camargo Cardoso

    Excelente! Muito conteúdo, aprofunda bastante.

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  5. Roel Margarejo

    Very interesting course

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