Java EE 7: Getting Started

by Antonio Goncalves

Java EE and Angular are complementary technologies. This course targets Java and web developers who want to learn how to build a Java EE back-end REST API and add an Angular front-end to it.

What you'll learn

Turn a blank page into a web application! In this course, Java EE 7: Getting Started, you'll learn how to develop a distributed web application based on two complementary technologies: Java EE and Angular. First, you'll begin by covering how to setup your development environment, design your domain model, map it to a relational database, bring transaction management, and then expose the business domain through a REST API. Along the way, you'll make sure the integration tests always pass. Finally, once the REST API is tested, documented, and up-and-running, you'll build an Angular front-end to interact with it through HTTP and JSon. By the end of this course, you'll have the fundamental knowledge to start building REST API's with Java EE and consuming them with Angular.

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About the author

Antonio is a senior software architect living in Paris. He started working in IT in 1992. Initially focused in C and C++ development, he switched to Java in the late 1990s. Antonio's career has taken him to different countries and companies where he now works as an independent Java EE consultant. As a former BEA consultant, he has great expertise in application servers such as Weblogic, JBoss and GlassFish. He is particularly fond of Open Source and is a member of the OOSGTP (Open Source Get Tog... more

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