Jakarta EE Application Development, Second Edition

Jakarta EE Application Development, 2nd Edition

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 316 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook; 2nd edition (February 29, 2024)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1835085261
  • ISBN-13: 978-1835085264

eBook Description:

Jakarta EE Application Development, 2nd Edition: Build enterprise applications with Jakarta CDI, RESTful web services, JSON Binding, persistence, and security. Learn Jakarta EE by building real-world microservices with code examples, practical exercises, and the latest Jakarta EE features.

Jakarta EE stands as a robust standard with multiple implementations, presenting developers with a versatile toolkit for building enterprise applications. However, despite the advantages of enterprise application development, vendor lock-in remains a concern for many developers, limiting flexibility and interoperability across diverse environments.

This Jakarta EE Application Development, Second Edition guide addresses the challenge of vendor lock-in by offering comprehensive coverage of the major Jakarta EE APIs and goes beyond the basics to help you develop applications deployable on any Jakarta EE compliant runtime.

This book introduces you to JSON Processing and JSON Binding and shows you how the Model API and the Streaming API are used to process JSON data. You’ll then explore additional Jakarta EE APIs, such as WebSocket and Messaging, for loosely coupled, asynchronous communication and discover ways to secure applications with the Jakarta EE Security API. Finally, you’ll learn about Jakarta RESTful web service development and techniques to develop cloud-ready microservices in Jakarta EE.

  • Design microservices architectures with a clear separation of concerns
  • Understand the contexts and dependency injection (CDI) specification to develop Java EE applications
  • Use Jakarta Faces to create interactive web applications using component-based development
  • Understand the steps involved in handling JSON data with Jakarta JSON Processing and Binding
  • Design secure RESTful web services using server-sent events (SSE) for real-time data updates
  • Secure your applications with the Jakarta Security API
  • Build message-driven applications with Jakarta Messaging

By the end of this Jakarta EE Application Development, 2nd Edition book, you’ll have developed the skills to craft secure, scalable, and cloud-native microservices that solve modern enterprise challenges.

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