Building Back-End Web Apps with Java, JPA and JSF is a comprehensive guide for developers who want to build robust and scalable web applications using Java technologies. This book is an essential resource for anyone looking to learn how to build back-end applications with Java, and it covers everything from the basics of Java to advanced topics like JPA and JSF.
The book starts with an introduction to Java, including the basics of the language and how to set up your development environment. The author then moves on to cover more advanced topics, such as JPA, which is a powerful ORM framework that allows you to map Java objects to relational databases. You’ll learn how to use JPA to create and manage databases, as well as how to use it to query and manipulate data.
Next, the book covers JSF, which is a popular web framework that makes it easy to build user interfaces for your applications. You’ll learn how to use JSF to create dynamic web pages, as well as how to use it to handle user input and manage application state. The book also covers other important topics, such as security, testing, and deployment.
Throughout the book, the author provides clear and concise explanations of the concepts, as well as practical examples and exercises that will help you apply what you’ve learned. The book is also filled with helpful tips and tricks, as well as best practices that will help you build high-quality, maintainable code.
Whether you’re a seasoned Java developer or just getting started with the language, Building Back-End Web Apps with Java, JPA and JSF is an essential resource that will help you build robust and scalable web applications with ease. With its clear explanations, practical examples, and helpful tips, this book is the perfect guide for anyone looking to build back-end web apps with Java.