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Mastering Java EE Development with WildFly

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Mastering Java EE Development with WildFly

Mastering Java EE Development with WildFly by Luca Stancapiano
English | 20 Jun. 2017 | ASIN: B071ZZCB6Q | 468 Pages | AZW3 | 8.6 MB

Key Features

Master Java EE development with the latest WildFly 10 application server.
Integrate with JSF and JMS and use efficient load balancing techniques to create real-time apps
Integrate your backend JavaScript code seamlessly into Java applications

Book Description

Packed with rich assets and APIs, Wildfly 10 allows you to create state-of-the-art Java applications. This book will help you take your understanding of Java EE to the next level by creating distributed Java applications using Wildfly.

The book begins by showing how to get started with a native installation of WildFly and it ends with a cloud installation. After setting up the development environment, you will implement and work with different WildFly features, such as implementing JavaServer Pages. You will also learn how you can use clustering so that your apps can handle a high volume of data traffic. You will also work with enterprise JavaBeans, solve issues related to failover, and implement Java Message Service integration. Moving ahead, you will be working with Java Naming and Directory Interface, Java Transaction API, and use ActiveMQ for message relay and message querying. This book will also show you how you can use your existing backend JavaScript code in your application.

By the end of the book, you'll have gained the knowledge to implement the latest Wildfly features in your Java applications.

What you will learn

Configure the development environment along with native and cloud installation of WildFly
Write a DB schema and the relative entities and how to use the relationships between the entities
Analyze with examples all the java annotations to manage the EJB and the configuration to get better performances
Write different REST services through the EJB
Implement Web sockets 1.0 and know why and when use the web sockets
Work with Active MQ and write JMS clients to manage the authentication and authorization in the clients
Configure the mail server through the wildfly console
Learn how and when to use a new feature JAX-RS 2.0, which is the asynchronous call through REST
Use the new JSF features of Wildfly 10 such as Mojarra 2.2, JSF 2.2, Richfaces 4.5

About the Author

Luca Stancapiano has been working in the IT industry since 2000. He specializes in Java EE and JBoss, and has collaborated with Apache, Alfresco, Atliassian, EXo, and JBoss communities on several open source products for many years. He lives in Italy and collaborates with leading consulting companies for design and implementation of applications for both government and private companies dealing with information, finance, and transport. Abroad, he is known for his interventions at the Daily Telegraph in portals. He brings projects such as Wildfly, Alfresco ECM, Activiti, JGroups, Arquillian, Exo Portal, Solr, Infinispan, JBoss Portal ,Gatein, Jira, and Confluence, and manages Vige, an open source community specializing in open government and smart cities. He is one of the authors of the Gatein Cookbook, showing Gatein's portal and how to develop portlets with it, published in 2012 by Packt.

Table of Contents

Introducing Java EE and Configuring the development environment
Working with Dependency Injection
Persistence
Implementing Business logic
Working with Distributed Transactions
Creating REST Services
Implementing Web sockets
Working with Messaging
Implementing a Mail Client
Asynchronous REST
Asynchronous EJB
Batches and workflows
Working with Servlets and JSP
Writing a JSF Application
Sharing the Web sessions
WildFly In Cloud
Share your data
Deployment
Working with OSGI