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Java EE Development with NetBeans 7 [Video]

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Learn
  • Develop Java web applications by leveraging NetBeans functionality
  • Use abstract common markup with Facelets templates
  • Develop applications adhering to the MVC design pattern with JSF-managed Beans
  • Validate user input with JSF validation
  • Develop custom JSF components and get to know front end JSF development with Facelets
  • Develop aesthetically pleasing web-based user interfaces with PrimeFaces
  • Generate JPA Entities and Data Access Objects (DAO's) from an existing database schema
  • Learn about the Java Persistence Query Language (JPQL)
  • Utilize EJB 3.1 session Beans, including transaction management, interceptors, and the EJB timer service
About

Oracle's popular NetBeans IDE has several features that greatly simplify Java EE development, but with many features and great flexibility, Java developers can become overwhelmed by the options available in NetBeans. This video course provides hands-on instructions that show you how to take control of the environment and make use of these features to make your Enterprise Java application development more efficient and productive than ever before so that you can concentrate on the important parts of your application.

Java EE Development with NetBeans 7 shows you how to develop applications using the most important and latest Java EE technologies and APIs such as JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.1, and the Java Persistence API (JPA 2.0). The course is a practical guide explaining the various features of the NetBeans IDE related to Enterprise application development.

Java EE Development with NetBeans 7 covers all the major Java EE technologies, APIs, and the rapid development capabilities of the NetBeans IDE such as wizards and keyboard shortcuts.
While focusing on NetBeans features, you will learn how to develop aesthetically pleasing web-based user interfaces using Java Server Faces. You’ll also learn how to take advantage of automated transaction handling and scalability via Enterprise JavaBeans, and how to simplify database access through the Java Persistence API.

By the end of this course, you will be able to develop Enterprise applications quickly and easily by taking advantage of several time-saving features of Oracle's NetBeans IDE.

Style and Approach

Packt video courses are designed to cover the breadth of the topic in short, hands-on, task-based videos. Each course is divided into short manageable sections, so you can watch the whole thing or jump to the bit you need. The focus is on practical instructions and screencasts showing you how to get the job done.

Java EE Development with NetBeans 7 is a practical course explaining the various features of the NetBeans IDE related to enterprise application development.

Features
  • Use the features of the popular NetBeans IDE along with keyboard shortcuts to accelerate development of Java EE applications
  • Take advantage of the NetBeans debugger to get rid of bugs that may creep into your Java EE code
  • Learn about all the major Java EE APIs as well as tips on how to effectively use the NetBeans IDE to save time when developing Java EE applications
Course Length 3 hours 08 minutes
ISBN 9781782162469
Date Of Publication 30 Jul 2013

Authors

David R. Heffelfinger

David R. Heffelfinger is an independent consultant based in the Washington D.C. area.

He is a Java Champion, a member of the NetBeans Dream Team, and is a part of the JavaOne content committee.

He has written several books on Java EE, application servers, NetBeans, and JasperReports.

His previous titles include Java EE 7 Development with NetBeans 8, Java EE 7 with GlassFish 4 Application Server, and JasperReports 3.5 For Java Developers, and others.

David has been a speaker at software conferences such as JavaOne and Oracle Code on multiple occasions.

He has also been a speaker at NetBeans Day in San Francisco and Montreal, showcasing NetBeans features that greatly enhance the development of Java EE applications. You can follow him on Twitter at @ensode.