Kesha Williams explains what you should know before watching this course.
- [Instructor] This course is for you if you want to learn more about building SOAP-based web services or restful APIs using Java Enterprise Edition. Before beginning this course, you should have an intermediate level knowledge of Java 8 and experience coding to a relational database. The case study uses Java EE 7, MySQL as the database back end, and WildFly 13 as the application server. To set up your local environment, you will need several tools: JDK version eight or above, your favorite Maven Aware Java IDE like IntelliJ, Eclipse, NetBeans, et cetera.
During the demonstrations I will use IntelliJ. You will also need a web browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. During the demonstrations I will use Chrome. You will also need the Postman application for testing.
- Comparing when to use JAX-WS vs. JAX-RS
- Using JAX-RS annotations
- Accessing REST resources with JAX-RS
- Creating JAX-WS endpoints
- Writing RESTful services using JAX-RS
- Reading, writing, updating, and deleting data via endpoints
- Mapping to entities
- Error handling
- Testing web services
- Securing Java EE web services
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Understanding Web Services
2. Building RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS
3. Accessing REST Resources with the JAX-RS Client API
4. Building SOAP Web Services with JAX-WS
5. Searching, Error Handling, and Testing in Web Services
6. Documentation, Logging, and Tracing
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