Explore how to annotate your methods and classes with a fully functional code so that other applications can integrate with yours over the internet.
This article is an introduction into the world of RESTful applications. It provides information on what REST is and when you should use it, as well as basic code samples to show you the implementation details. This article is mostly theory and as is usual, will be followed by a practical example of turning our application into a RESTFul one.
Deploying a database server and connecting your Java server to the database doesn’t have to take hours. Learn how to set up your environment for Java EE applications in less than 30 minutes.
Continuing the Java EE JPA Introduction I article, the second part introduces bean annotation, managing JPA entities, and description of fetching.
Explore JPA and the persistence layer of Java EE with JPA in our new theoretical intro to JPA in Java EE 7.
Explore the code of a simple JEE app that utilizes CDI, EJB, and the Faces frontend.
Java EE, though quite popular, may have a hard-to-understand documentation. If you need to learn about JEE, or just want to broaden your horizons, my JEE series is for you. In this article, we learn some theory behind EJBs.
This series will cover some aspects of the Java EE specification, both in theory and practice. Theory articles, generally marked as introduction, aim at providing theoretical background. Practice articles then aim at exploring the code examples and HOW TO’s. I […]