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Although small-scale Java EE applications can be built without JavaBeans, in the large-scale Java EE world they're needed to separate business logic from presentation. Learn how to build your own JavaBeans and get developer tips for developing enterprise-level applications that are scalable, cross-compatible, and less demanding of server resources. In this course Patrick Royal covers the core concepts behind JavaBeans and explores the syntax, commands, and tools you need to know. He shows how to create session and entity objects, build server-side code, design objects to take advantage of parallel processing, and improve your code with optimization techniques and extensions. He also issues several JavaBeans programming challenges that allow you to test your knowledge along the way.
Hi I’m Patrick Royal and welcome to Java EE Essentials Enterprise JavaBeans. In this course we’ll explore the core features and techniques that will serve you well as you create and use JavaBeans. We’ll cover the basics of working with, and creating a simple JavaBean. We will create JavaBean session and entity objects, and learn how they interact with one another. We’ll learn about syntax, commands, and the various tools available to help you as you edit your JavaBeans. Most importantly though we’ll also explore some of the basic concepts behind these beans, why you should use them, and how to take advantage of the power and tools present in the server architecture.
We’ll cover some simple programming tips for writing JavaBeans that are as efficient and parallelizable as possible helping your servers run more efficiently. We’ll also learn about some of the extensions to JavaBeans to increase scalability and compatibility. By the end of this course you can expect to be comfortable creating and using JavaBeans. So get ready for some coding with Java EE Essentials Enterprise JavaBeans.
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