Fast Track to JavaServer Faces 2 (JSF 2) : Using JSF 2 to Build JEE Web Apps Training in Augusta

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Course Description

 
This course will get you up to speed with JSF 2 in a very short time. It includes all the important concepts, as well as numerous hands on labs that will have you building working JSF applications very quickly. It covers all the important architectural concepts, as well as providing practical instruction on how to use the many capabilities of the JSF framework. It includes coverage of all important capabilities that are new in JSF 2, including the use of Facelets, and using the new JSF 2 annotations. The course includes a broad coverage of the most important JSF capabilities, including the JSF architecture, working with managed beans, the JSF Expression Language, creating JSF pages with facelets and/or JSP, the JSF core and HTML tag libraries, data tables, validation, and conversion. After learning this m aterial, you'll be ready to use JSF to create your own solutions in the most demanding situations.
Course Length: 3 Days
Course Tuition: $1290 (US)

Prerequisites

Java, HTML, and XML programming experience is recommended.

Course Outline

 
 
Overview of Java EE and Java Web Applications
Java EE and Web App Overview
Servlet, Servlet Scopes
JSPs, JSP Lifecycle
Custom Tags, Tag Libraries, taglib directive
Model View Controller
 
Getting started with JSF  
JSF Overview
Purpose and Goals
JSF Architecture
JSF Views, Managed Beans, Controller, configuration
Downloading and Installing JSF
Your first JSF Application - setup, configuration, deployment
Server setup and use
 
Managed Beans
Defining a Managed Bean
Managed Bean Lifecycle
<managed-bean> elements in faces-config.xml
Managed Beans and JSF Forms
Managed Beans as Value Binding Expressions
JSF Expression Language (EL) & the Unified EL (JSF 1.2)
Value Binding Expressions
Method Binding Expressions
Implicit Objects
 
JSF Navigation
<navigation-rule> configuration issues
<navigation-case> and nested elements
How to use the navigation rules
Session 5: The JSF Tag Libraries
JSF Tag Library Overview
JSF Core tags <f:tagName>
JSF HTML tags <h:tagName>
Using the Most Common Form controls – TextFields, Buttons, Links …
 
h:dataTable
<h:dataTable> tag and nested tags <h:column> etc.
Working with collections of type List or array
Table headers and footers, f:facet
 
More about JSF Tags
Using <h:commandLink> and <h:outputLink>
Using the h:selectXxx Tags (e.g h:selectManyListbox)
JSF Event Model (Action, Value Change, and Data Model Listeners)
 
Standard Validators
required, validateDoubleRange, validateLongRange
Creating, configuring, and using Custom Validators
 
JSF Conversion
Standard JSF Converters
convertDateTime, convertNumber - configuration and usage
Custom Converters
 
JSF Lifecycle
Lifecycle Overview
Initial requests and postbacks
Restore View, Apply Request Values, Process Events, Process Validations, Update Model Values, Invoke Application, Render Response
renderResponse() and renderComplete()
Phase listeners
 
Additional Topics
Backing Beans / UIComponents
JSF and CSS
JSF and JavaScript
Localization and Resource Bundles
Ajax4jsf - Using Ajax with JSF

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Java Programming Uses & Stats

Java Programming is Used For:
Android & IOS Development Software Products Video Games Desktop GUI's
Difficulty
Popularity
Year Created
1995
Pros

Most Commonly Used: 
According to Oracle, three billion devices run on Java.  And, because of its real-world applications, it consistently ranks at the top of the TIOBE Programming Community Index. 

Great Career Choice: 
Some of the fastest-growing salaries in the U.S. in 2018 are for Java developers.  (Glassdoor)  

Android Apps Development:
Developers predominatly use their Java skills in building apps for Google's Android. The Android platform is the number one mobile paltform in the world

It Can Run On Any Platform:
Java can compile on Windows and run the same compiled file on Linux, Windows and Mac.

Great Supporting IDE's:
Over the years, coding in Java has become simpler with the introduction of open source development tools, i.e. Eclipse and NetBeans that use Java capabilities for debugging.  
 

Cons

Uses a Lot of Memory:
Performance can be significantly slower with Java and more memory-consuming than natively compiled languages such as C or C++.

Difficulty in Learning: 
Learning Java can be a bit challenging if you are a beginner.  However, once you get the hang of Object Oriented Programming and a decent grasp of the syntax, you will be well on your way.

Slow Start Up Times:
There is quite a bit of one-time initialization done by JDK classes before compiling as well as loading classes and verification (making sure code doesn't do evil things, all of which takes longer that some other languages such as C. 

Verbose and Complex Code:
Long, over-complicated sentences make code less readable and scannable. Compare to let's say Python, we can see how clear Python code appears: It doesn’t require semicolons; uses “and,” “or,” and “not” as operators instead of Java’s “&&,” “||,” and “!”; and generally has fewer bells and whistles such as parentheses or curly braces.

Commercial License Cost:
Companies have to prepare for the changes that Oracle will institute in 2019 . Today, the current version of Java is free and available for redistribution for general purpose computing. However, If you are a DEVELOPER, Oracle recommends you review the roadmap information for Java SE 8 and beyond and take appropriate action depending on the type of application you develop and your distribution mode.

Java Programming Job Market
Average Salary
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Job Count
26,856
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- If you are an experienced Java developer, learning a complimentary language to Java should come much more naturally.  As an example JetBrains recently created the Kotlin programming language which is officially supported by Google for mobile development.  Kotlin compiles to Java bytecode and runs on the JVM; it's purported to address many of Java's shortcomings...

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