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    THE COURSE

    The Java SE 7 - Develop Rich Client Applications training helps you to advance through the process of designing a rich client application deploying Java SE 7 and JavaFX 2. This course uses the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern and a case study approach that will help the participants to analyze, design and develops the user interface, connect the user interface to a database and finally connect the user interface to a RESTful web service.

    Completion of this training course will enable candidates in:

    • Signing a JavaFX application.
    • Connecting to a JavaFX GUI to the database using JPA.
    • Connecting to a JavaFX GUI to a RESTful web service.
    • Creating a graphical user interface using Java FX.
    • Packaging and deploying a JavaFX application.
    • Connect their application to a RESTful web service using JAX-RS and the Jersey API.

    How to Create a User Interface

    The user interface is created with the key JavaFX components such as:

    • UI Controls
    • Layouts
    • JavaFX concurrency libraries.
    • Data Structures like Observable list, charts, smart tables, CSS

    You’ll also learn to add tier two and three features to your application by connecting to a database using the Java Persistence API (JPA).

    1. Introduction

    • Overview of JavaFX
    • Overview of Rich Client applications(RIAs)

    2. The Broker Tool Application

    • Describe an overview of BrokerTool
    • Describe Broker Tool database schema
    • Provide an overview of Henley Automobile application

    3. JavaFX Overview

    • Demonstrate Simple JavaFX Applications
    • What is JavaFX?
    • Explore JavaFX API
    • Understand JavaFX Scene Graph
    • How to create a JavaFX app?
    • Create JavaFX FXML Application
    • Compare JavaFX with Swing
    • Overview of JavaFX features

    4. Generics and JavaFX Collections

    • Review Java Generics syntax
    • Review Java Generic Collection objects
    • Review JavaFX Collection’s ObservableList and ObservableMap

    5. UI Controls, Layouts, Charts, and CSS

    • Understand Scene Graph in depth
    • Use UI controls in JavaFX application
    • Use Layout features in JavaFX application
    • Use Charts in JavaFX application
    • Understand the usage of CSS in JavaFX application
    • Add events to JavaFX controls

    6. Visual Effects, Animation, Web View, and Media

    • Use Visual Effects in JavaFX application
    • Use Animation and transition features in JavaFX application
    • Describe the benefits of Using WebView and Webnode
    • Describe the implementation of Multimedia in JavaFX

    7. JavaFX Tables and Client GUI

    • Creating smart Table
    • Describe the BrokerTool app interface
    • Determine which JavaFX components to Using in the BrokerTool interface
    • Display BrokerTool data and determine which charts and tables to use to display data
    • Apply CSS to a JavaFX application

    8. JavaFX Concurrency and Binding

    • Describe properties and binding in JavaFX
    • Implement Threading and Concurrency in JavaFX

    9. Java Persistence API (JPA)

    • Understand JPA concepts
    • Understand Components of JPA architecture
    • What is Transactions?
    • Perform CRUD operations Use Entity and Queries

    10. Applying the JPA

    • Identify Entity Relationships
    • Use Criteria API in JavaFX application
    • Apply JPA in Henley App application
    • Apply two-tier design

    11. Implementing a Multi-Tier Design with RESTful Web Services

    • Compare Three-tier design versus Two-tier design
    • Describe JAX-RS web services
    • Use JAX-RS web services in the Henley Server application

    12. Connecting to a RESTful Web Service

    • Test REST web service with HTTP and HTML
    • Develop JAX-RS web service clients
    • Identify how to develop a Jersey RESTful client
    • Review the implementation of Web service clients of Henley App

    13. Packaging and Deploying Applications

    • Use jar to package up Java applications
    • Deploy applications
    • Deploy Embedded applications
    • Deploy Jar using Java Web Start
    • Use an Installer
    • Deploy Rich Internet using Deployment Toolkit

    14. Developing Secure Applications

    • Describe the Aspects of security
    • Describe Fundamental secure coding concepts
    • Avoid common Injection and inclusion attacks
    • Protect Confidential data
    • Limit the accessibility of classes
    • Understand Mutability
    • Listing Security resources available on the Internet

    15. Signing an Application and Authentication

    • Describe Public and private key encryption
    • Describe Digital Signatures
    • Introduction to SSL/TLS
    • Understand HTTP Authentication mechanism
    • Use HTTPS with an application

    16. Logging

    • Overview of Java Logging API
    • Create a Logger Object
    • Setting Log levels
    • Review Logging methods
    • Configure Logger Handlers and formatter
    • Use Logger Configuration

    17. Implementing Unit Testing and Using Version Control

    • Understand Unit Testing, Test Cases and features of JUnit
    • Understand and Writing JUnit test cases
    • Use NetBeans support for JUnit
    • Use Version control system

    The Java SE 7 Develop Rich Client Applications certification course is ideal for:

    • Java EE Developers
    • Application Developers
    • Java Developers
    • Developer

    Experience in:

    • Java SE7 Fundamentals
    • Java SE7 Programming

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