Join Alex Theedom for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of JSON Processing with Java EE.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files you can download them to the desktop as I have done here. I am currently on a PC, but the files will work equally well regardless of your operating system. You should import the entire project into your ID as a Maven project and I'm going to be using IntelliJ during this course. However, any ID that supports Maven will do. Once the project has been imported into your ID you will see a modular structure that reflects the start and end status of each lesson. For example, the start state for chapter three, lesson two, is located in module name 03_02_start, and the end state is located in 03_02_end.
The start state contains all the necessary files and classes required for the lesson, and the end state contains the completed code for each lesson which you can use as a reference. Additionally, there are several challenges throughout the course, and the solutions to these challenges are also included with the exercise files.
In this course, discover how to use the Java Enterprise Edition (EE) JSON-Processing API. With its two programming models, JSON-Processing is one of the simplest ways to generate, query, and parse JSON data, and you'll find that implementing it in your projects is quick and easy. Join Alex Theedom as he covers an array of topics, including how to use both the object model and the streaming model, how to traverse a JSON structure, and how to parse JSON data using the extensive builder APIs. When you wrap up this course, you'll be ready to develop with this essential and powerful API.
- Working with JSON and Java
- JSON-Processing API features
- The Java EE JSON object model
- Creating a model from a JSON string
- Building a JSON model
- Traversing the JSON model
- Outputting the JSON model to a data stream
- Parsing and writing JSON data