Building Web Services with Java Training Video

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A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Building Web Services with Java video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Building Web Services with Java training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Building Web Services with Java subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Building Web Services with Java tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 6.5 hours to complete this course 69 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Building Web Services with Java training course, expert author Martin Kalin will teach you how to write REST-style and SOAP-based web services. This course is designed for users that are already familiar with Java, however no experience with web services is required.

You will start by learning about the main uses of web services, then jump into learning how to code and publish a web service. From there, Martin will teach you about the Java REST framework, as well as give an overview of JAX-RS and Restlet. This video tutorial also covers REST-style from the client side, as well as XML-Java conversion in REST-style clients. You will also learn about SOAP-based web services, SOAP-based web services on the client side, and web...

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  • 01. Introduction
    • What Are Web Services?
    • About The Author
    • Your First Coding Example
    • 0104 How To Access Your Working Files
  • 02. What Are The Main Uses Of Web services?
    • Uses Of Web services
  • 03. A First Web Service
    • Coding The Web Service - Part 1
    • Coding The Web Service - Part 2
    • Publishing The Web Service - Part 1
    • Publishing The Web Service - Part 2
    • Publishing The Web Service Exercise
  • 04. Web Service Flavors
    • 0401 REST And SOAP
    • 0402 REST As An API
    • 0403 REST Tradeoffs
    • 0404 SOAP Overview
  • 05. Java REST Frameworks
    • 0501 REST Frameworks Overview
    • 0502 HTTPServlet Framework
    • 0503 REST-Style Predictions With Full CRUD
    • 0504 The Predictions POJO Code
    • 0505 The Predictions HttpServlet Code - Part 1
    • 0506 The Predictions HttpServlet Code - Part 2
    • 0507 The Predictions HttpServlet Code - Part 3
    • 0508 Exercise - Adding Text Support To Predictions
  • 06. JAX-RS And Restlet REST-Style Frameworks
    • 0601 Overview Of JAX-RS And Restlet
    • 0602 RESTful Routing
    • 0603 The Predictions Service In JAX-RS - Part 1
    • 0604 The Predictions Service In JAX-RS - Part 2
    • 0605 The Predictions Service In Restlet
    • 0606 Publishing The Service
    • 0607 Exercise - Code And Publish A RESTful Service From Scratch
  • 07. Production-Grade Publishing For RESTful Services
    • 0701 RESTful Service Architecture
    • 0702 Options For JSON Generation
  • 08. REST-style From The Client Side
    • 0801 Client-Side Challenge
    • 0802 Sample Full Client In Perl
    • 0803 Java Client Against Amazon Ecommerce - Part 1
    • 0804 Java Client Against Amazon Ecommerce - Part 2
    • 0805 Java Client Against Amazon Ecommerce - Part 3
    • 0806 Java Client2 Against Amazon Ecommerce - Part 1
    • 0807 Java Client2 Against Amazon Ecommerce - Part 2
    • 0808 Java Client2 Against Amazon Ecommerce - Part 3
  • 09. XML-Java Conversion In REST-style Clients
    • 0901 CTA Bus Tracker - Part 1
    • 0902 CTA Bus Tracker - Part 2
  • 10. JavaScript Clients For REST-Style Services
    • 1001 JavaScript, JSON, And Orchestration
    • 1002 CDS Service Code - Part 1
    • 1003 CDS Service Code - Part 2
    • 1004 Poll Service Code - Part 1
    • 1005 Poll Service Code - Part 2
    • 1006 Wrap Up Of REST-Style Clients
  • 11. SOAP-based Web Services
    • 1101 SOAP Introduction
    • 1102 Rand Service - Part 1
    • 1103 Rand Service - Part 2
    • 1104 Deploying Rand Service To Tomcat
    • 1105 Review Of SOAP
  • 12. SOAP-Based Services On The Client Side
    • 1201 SOAP Client Demo
    • 1202 Use And Structure Of The WSDL
    • 1203 The WSDL And XML Schema
    • 1204 A Client Against The SOAP-Based Ecommerce Service
    • 1205 Application And Handler Levels In The Ecommerce Client
    • 1206 Client Wrap-Up
  • 13. Web Services Security
    • 1301 Web Services Security Overview
    • 1302 Wire-Level Security - Part 1
    • 1303 Wire-Level Security - Part 2
    • 1304 The Wire-Level Handshake
    • 1305 Configuring Tomcat For HTTPS
    • 1306 HTTPS Client-Service Demo
  • 14. Users And Roles
    • 1401 Users And Roles Overview
    • 1402 Service-Side Configuration For Users And Roles Security
    • 1403 Client-Side For Users And Roles Security
    • 1404 Client-Side For A SOAP-Based Service
  • 15. Conclusion
    • 1501 Wrap-Up

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