Java servlets are the first step to understanding web programming using Java, and this course will show you the basics of servlet architecture and applying filters to more complex issues like debugging and deployment.
Web application development can be made easier by using Java servlets. In this course, Java EE: Programming Servlets, you will begin with a complet overview of servlet architecture and lifecycle. First, you'll see the configuration of a Tomcat webserver in Eclipse and you'll learn how to read the request and response headers. Next, you'll learn how filters are applied to servlets and see many details about tracking session data, web annotations, and globalizing servlets. Finally, you'll go over asynchronous programming in servlets, debugging, packing, and deployment of servlets. By the end of this course, you will have a much more complete understanding of how web development using Java servlets works. Software required: Tomcat and Eclipse.
Course Overview Hi everyone! My name is Sekhar Srinivas. Welcome to my course, Java Enterprise Edition: Programming Servlets. I'm a corporate trainer and a senior architect at LS Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Servlets is a Java programming language class that is used to extend the capabilities of servers that host applications accessed by means of request/response programming model. This course provides a complete idea on programming Servlets for the beginners. Some of the major topics that will be covered include handling Servlets filters, tracking session data, globalizing Servlets for supporting multiple languages, web annotations, asynchronous Servlet programming. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation to get started with web development using Servlets. Before learning this course, you need to be familiar with Core-Java, and a knowledge of JDBC is optional. I hope you will join on this journey to learn web development using Java Enterprise Edition: Programming Servlets course at Pluralsight.