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Two of the core components driving Java EE web applications are servlets (Java classes that can listen for and respond to HTTP requests) and JavaServer Faces (JSF), a framework for constructing server-side user interfaces. This course shows how to create basic servlets and Facelets (Faces' view templates) and build simple data-management applications with Java EE. Author Patrick Royal also shares parallel-processing tips that save you time on both ends of servlet transactions, along with tricks for extending servlets and increasing your Java application's cross-compatibility.
Hi, I'm Patrick Royal and welcome to Java EE Essentials: Servlets and JavaServer Faces. In this course we'll explore the core features and techniques that will serve you well as you create and use Java servlets. We'll cover the basics of setting up a simple servlet. We'll learn about syntax, commands, and the various tools available. More importantly though, we'll also explore some of the basic concepts behind servlets and faces. Why you should use some, and how to take advantage of the unique features available through a Web-based approach.
We'll also cover some simple programming tips providing servlets that are as efficient and parallelizable as possible, saving time on both ends of the transaction. And we'll also learn about some of the extensions to servlets to increase compatibility and integration. By the end of this course you can expect to be comfortable creating and using basic servlets and faces. So get ready for some coding with Java EE Essentials: Servlets and JavaServer Faces.
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