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by Arun Gupta
The Java EE 6 platform allows you to write enterprise Java applications using much lesser code from its earlier versions. It breaks the "one size fits all" approach with Profiles and extensively improves on the Java EE 5 developer productivity features. Several specifications like CDI, JSF 2, EJB 3.1, JAX-RS, JPA 2, Servlets 3, and Bean Validation make the platform more powerful. It also enables extensibility by embracing open source libraries and frameworks such that they are treated as first class citizens of the platform. NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ provide extensive tooling for Java EE 6.
This hands-on lab builds a complete end-to-end application using all different technologies of Java EE 6 with NetBeans. You'll learn the tips and tricks to be more effective in your development and deployment cycles. And you'll also learn how to monitor your Java EE 6 applications more effectively. A quick preview of Eclipse and IntelliJ tooling will also be shown.
The Spring Framework has no-doubt played a major role in evolving the way we write enterprise applications on the Java platform today. However, it is still a proprietary framework owned by a single company. The age of having to rely on such proprietary frameworks in order to develop decent enterprise applications is now over and Java EE 6 has become an even easier way to develop enterprise applications based on standards which makes it the best choice for any enterprise application.
In this session you will experience how to migrate a typical full stack Spring application to a standards based, completely portable, Java EE 6 application including integration tests.
13th–15th February 2012