Digital Java EE 7 Web Application Development

Develop Java enterprise applications to meet the emerging digital standards using Java EE 7

Digital Java EE 7 Web Application Development

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Book Details

ISBN 139781782176640
Paperback486 pages

Book Description

Digital Java EE 7 presents you with an opportunity to master writing great enterprise web software using the Java EE 7 platform with the modern approach to digital service standards.

You will first learn about the lifecycle and phases of JavaServer Faces, become completely proficient with different validation models and schemes, and then find out exactly how to apply AJAX validations and requests. Next, you will touch base with JSF in order to understand how relevant CDI scopes work. Later, you’ll discover how to add finesse and pizzazz to your digital work in order to improve the design of your e-commerce application. Finally, you will deep dive into AngularJS development in order to keep pace with other popular choices, such as Backbone and Ember JS.

By the end of this thorough guide, you’ll have polished your skills on the Digital Java EE 7 platform and be able to creat exiting web application.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Digital Java EE 7
Working in the digital domain
Digital Java developer requirements
Java in the picture
The impressive growth of JavaScript
Information architecture and user experience
Java EE 7 architecture
Xentracker JavaServer Faces
Application servers
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 2: JavaServer Faces Lifecycle
Introduction to JSF
The MVC design pattern
Facelets
The request processing lifecycle
A basic JSF example
A Composition example
Expression language
Page navigation
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 3: Building JSF Forms
Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete
JSF custom tags
Displaying a list collection of objects
Editing data
Removing data
JSF and CDI scopes
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 4: JSF Validation and AJAX
Validation methods
Faces messages
Validation
A partial JSF lifecycle
Handling views
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 5: Conversations and Journeys
Digital e-commerce applications
Conversational scope
The conversation scope controller
Page views
Composite custom components
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 6: JSF Flows and Finesse
What is Faces Flow?
Flow definitions and lifecycle
Simple Implicit Faces Flows
Handling view expired
Declarative and nested flows
A real-world example
Resource Library Contracts
Advice for flows
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 7: Progressive JavaScript Frameworks and Modules
JavaScript essentials
Introducing the jQuery framework
The RequireJS framework
UnderscoreJS
GruntJS
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 8: AngularJS and Java RESTful Services
Single-page applications
The caseworker application
AngularJS
Caseworker overview
Project organization
Application main controller
New case record controller
New task record controller
State change
Server-side Java
Consider your design requirements
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 9: Java EE MVC Framework
Java EE 8 MVC
MVC controllers
Handlebars Java
Design considerations
Summary
Exercises

What You Will Learn

  • Understand and apply updated JavaServer Faces key features including HTML5 support, resource library constructs, and pass through attributes
  • Build web applications that conform to digital standards and governance, and leverage the Java EE 7 web architecture
  • Construct modern JSF Forms that apply validation, add AJAX for immediate validation, and write your own validators
  • Augment a traditional web application with JSF 2.2 Flow Beans and Flow Scope Beans
  • Program single page applications including AngularJS, and design Java RESTful back-end services for integration
  • Utilize modern web frameworks such as Bootstrap and Foundation in your JSF applications
  • Create your own JSF custom components that generate reusable content for your stakeholders and their businesses

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Digital Java EE 7
Working in the digital domain
Digital Java developer requirements
Java in the picture
The impressive growth of JavaScript
Information architecture and user experience
Java EE 7 architecture
Xentracker JavaServer Faces
Application servers
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 2: JavaServer Faces Lifecycle
Introduction to JSF
The MVC design pattern
Facelets
The request processing lifecycle
A basic JSF example
A Composition example
Expression language
Page navigation
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 3: Building JSF Forms
Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete
JSF custom tags
Displaying a list collection of objects
Editing data
Removing data
JSF and CDI scopes
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 4: JSF Validation and AJAX
Validation methods
Faces messages
Validation
A partial JSF lifecycle
Handling views
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 5: Conversations and Journeys
Digital e-commerce applications
Conversational scope
The conversation scope controller
Page views
Composite custom components
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 6: JSF Flows and Finesse
What is Faces Flow?
Flow definitions and lifecycle
Simple Implicit Faces Flows
Handling view expired
Declarative and nested flows
A real-world example
Resource Library Contracts
Advice for flows
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 7: Progressive JavaScript Frameworks and Modules
JavaScript essentials
Introducing the jQuery framework
The RequireJS framework
UnderscoreJS
GruntJS
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 8: AngularJS and Java RESTful Services
Single-page applications
The caseworker application
AngularJS
Caseworker overview
Project organization
Application main controller
New case record controller
New task record controller
State change
Server-side Java
Consider your design requirements
Summary
Exercises
Chapter 9: Java EE MVC Framework
Java EE 8 MVC
MVC controllers
Handlebars Java
Design considerations
Summary
Exercises

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Paperback486 pages
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