Web service is a technology to communicate one programming language with another. For example, java programming language can interact with PHP and .Net by using web services. In
other words, web service provides a way to achieve interoperability.
- What are Java EE web services?
- Creating a simple service
- Building, packaging, and deploying your service
- Understanding the basic syntax
- Working with WSDL (Web Service Definition Language)
- Exploring SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)
- Exploring the syntax and design of REST (Representation State Transfer)
- Programming a web service in Java EE
- Debugging and optimizing your code
Are you interested in realizing the power of Web Services to bring applications running on various platforms and languages together ,but find the topic a little cryptic.
Do you want to build loosely coupled applications which are scalable and reusable but could not find a simple and easy to learn guide?
This course will simplify things with concepts and step by step implementations . By the end of it you will:
- Understand the advantages of Web Services and their building blocks
- Demystify the complex topics like WSDL and Web Services Design
- Implement Top Down and Bottom Up Web Services
- Learn about the various web service standards
- Learn writing web services consumers and also a quick intro to test your web services using SoapUI
- Use the WS
Benefits Of doing certification
- Understand why web services are so popular
- Understand the different types of WS Design
- Use Apache CXF the Popular WS Stack
- Implement Contract First and Code First Web Services
- Develop a Web Service Consumer
- Secure Web Services using the WS-Security Standard
- Implement SOAP Attachments
- Master the REST web service concepts and Implementation
- Create different types of REST Clients
- Secure Rest Services
- Handle Errors In REST
- Develop Asynchronous Web Services
- Jersey REST Quick Start
- Spring MVC REST Quick Start
- Learn all the important web services interview Questions and Answers
- All in short simple and easy steps
What is the target audience?
- Java Developers
- JEE Developers
- Students with Java background
What are the requirements?
- Eclipse Kepler(or Higher) Java EE IDE for Web Developers.
- Apache Tomcat
- Java Knowledge