This session will focus on some of the most widely used Jakarta EE features, demonstrating features via a series of examples. The examples used in the presentation will be representative of those which can be found in the "Jakarta EE Recipes" book, published by Apress. The presentation will include a number of slides to help explain the APIs, including mature and more recent features. During the slide presentation, each of the example scenarios will be presented, the solution code will be shown within an IDE, and finally it will be executed so that the viewers can see working examples. Each of the examples will be explained in detail, providing a solid foundation of the concepts.
Recipe topics will include:
Jakarta Server Faces
- Utilizing stateless JSF as a front-end for microservices-based applications
Jakarta JSON Processing: JSON Pointer and JSON Patch
Jakarta JSON Binding
CDI Async Events
Jakarta RESTful Web Services
The example application used in the presentation will model a real-life scenario, and each of the recipes will be clearly presented, showing a working example of each within the application. Some of the recipes will contain material that demonstrates cross-functionality between the APIs, such as WebSockets and JSF, or Jakarta RESTful Web Services.
Presentation viewers will be left with a solid understanding of the concepts, and they'll be able to map those concepts to real use-cases within their work environment.
Attendees should know a bit about Jakarta EE before the session: Intermediate to Expert