Developing Web Applications using JSF, Java EE 6, (Self-Study Course)

 

Who should attend

  • End users

Prerequisites

  • Have a good understanding of the Java Programming Language
  • Understand the fundamentals of web applications and HTTP protocol
  • Java Programming Language, Java SE 6

Course Objectives

  • Design web applications using standard architectures, protocols, technologies and components
  • Configure JSF within the Web Container
  • Design views using JSF and EL
  • Design custom components using Facelets
  • Design and develop the model using JavaBeans or Pojos
  • Integrate external resources such as JPA within Web Application
  • Integrate navigation flow/ redirection
  • Integrate models and views using events
  • Validate application data
  • Application data conversion
  • Identify, Capture, and Resolve Errors
  • Integrate Security
  • Test, package and deploy applications

Product Description

  • Getting Started with JavaServer Faces
    • Understand common requirements for Web Applications
    • Describe the JSF Web Application framework
    • Describe the architecture of the JSF Web Applications
    • Describe the View Description Language (VDL)
    • Understand the role and structure of Managed Beans
    • Describe navigation rules and cases
    • Walk through a simple JSF web application
  • Designing JSF Pages Using Facelets
    • Understand the structure of Facelet pages
    • Use Tag libraries in Facelet Pages
    • Describe the tag libraries supported in Facelets
    • Understand the JSF Core Tag Library
    • Understand the HTML RenderKit Tag Library
    • Understand common attributes of the HTML tags
  • Using Managed Beans
    • Define bean properties and bean scopes
    • Declare beans using annotations
    • Bind UI Components with Managed Beans
    • Understand the Unified Expression Language (EL)
    • Work with beans using Expression Language
    • Understand the faces-config.xml Configuration File
    • Configure beans in the faces-config.xml file
    • Use Java EE Resources in Managed Beans
  • Designing Navigations
    • Understand the implicit navigation rules in JSF 2.0
    • Understand static and dynamic navigations
    • Configure navigation rules and cases
    • Understand the navigation rule declaration syntax
    • Understand the navigation evaluation process
  • Validating and Converting Data
    • Understand the data conversion and validating process
    • Use standard data converters and standard data validators
    • Configure default validators
    • Use JSR-303 Bean Validation
    • Work with conversion and validation messages
    • Use Error Messages
    • Use Resource Bundles in JSF Pages
    • Develop custom validators and converters
  • Developing Complex Facelet Pages
    • Use the DataTable Component
    • Use the Facelets AJAX tag
    • Understand the Facelets UI Tag Library
    • Understand Facelet Templating
    • Use ui:insert to define templates
    • Use ui:composition to specify the template page
    • Use ut:define to populate the template
  • Developing Composite UI Components
    • Understand the concept of composite UI components
    • Understand the elements of a composite component
    • Understand JSF application resource libraries
    • Design composite components
    • Store composite components as resources
    • Use Composite components
  • Working with Events
    • Understand the life cycle of JSF request processing
    • Understand life cycle events in JSF
    • Understand value change events
    • Use action events
    • Register event listenets
    • Understand the event model enhancements in JSF 2.0
  • Configuring and Deploying JSF Applications
    • Understand JSF Web Application Stages
    • Understand the application configuration loading process
    • Install and upgrade JSF for a web container
    • Deploy JSF web applications to the web container
    • Test and verify the JSF application
    • Configure security for JSF Web Applications
Price (excl. tax)

958.- €

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