Every user interface whether a website, web application or a mobile app needs to be built on top of a reliable backend solution. Thus, for the server-side code, you need a manageable programming language that is full of libraries. You also need a programming language that is concerned with security, upgradeability, scalability, performance and software testing. If you have taken all these considerations, then Java shall be the most appropriate option for your solution.
Websites of big giants such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, LinkedIn, Twitter and eBay heavily rely on Java (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programming_languages_used_in_most_popular_websites
). Software solutions for telecom and financial sectors also rely on Java due to its stability, security and high performance.
In the first half of this course, we focus on Java principles, which enables you to write Java code for any solution. You’ll get familiar with Object-Oriented Programming, Design Patterns, Debugging, Exception Handling, Using Libraries, DB Access, Multithreading and Java Server Pages. By completing the first half of this course, you’ll be already competent to start learning Java on other platforms such Android, smartcards, and IoT devices.
In the second half of this course, we focus on Spring Boot, which is the most dominant framework for Java. Spring Boot has been globally adopted by software companies due to its simplicity and practicality. It enables developers to write maintainable clean code with ease. As a Java developer, you’ll learn how to write and consume web services, inject dependencies, access different databases, perform advanced logging, secure your application, build and deploy microservices.
By the end of this course, you’ll be experienced in:
- - Java Basics
- - Object Oriented Programming
- - Multithreading
- - Java Server Pages
- - Java Design Patterns
- - Maven
- - Spring Beans & DI
- - Thymeleaf
- - REST and SOAP APIs
- - Swagger
- - JUnit
- - Hibernate
- - NoSQL DBs
- - Memory DBs
- - Logging with Logback
- - Spring Security
- - Social Login
- - JWT
- - Microservices
- - Deployment in Microsoft Azure
Ultimately, you will also learn advanced topics that are required in enterprise applications, such as Scheduling, Initialization, Globalization, and much more.