Rapid Development Tools for Java EE
Create a fully operational Java EE application in a few minutes from scratch and select the technologies based on preferences such as Docker, REST API, MVC 1.0, Arquillian, JSP and AngularJS, Angular 2.x . The solution features a high-quality, rich web UI, business logic, security, a REST API and more. Don't miss this session if you are serious about saving time.
Outline/structure of the Session
Business Aplication domain modelling
JavaEE and Angular 2.x Application generation
Application Deployment with Docker
JavaEE application Testing with Arquillian
Database modeling with DB Modeler
Developer can easily create JavaEE application from scratch in minutes.
Developer will learn deployment of JavaEE application with docker.
Learning about JPA and DB Modeling tool will lead to Zero coding.
Java Architect, Java EE Developer
schedule Submitted 2 weeks ago
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