Developing Web Apps using Servlets and JSP

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  • Total Duration 68 Hours
  • Course Fees ₹ 9,500
  • Course Type Classroom + Online

Hands-On Expertise in Advance Java

Intensive Learning

2900+ Learners

Expert Faculty

  • 68 hours of classroom training with hands on experience in Servlets and JSP
  • Learn to develop interactive Web applications in Java EE platform

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The course, Developing Web Applications Using Servlets and JSP, focuses on developing Web applications in the Java EE platform. It introduces Java EE Web components, such as Java Server Pages (JSP) and servlets and how to effectively use these components to develop dynamic Web pages course explains various Java Web development techniques, such as session management, request dispatching, filtering, JavaBeans, custom tags, ORM, JPA, Struts, JAAS, and few basic security techniques. The course also provides hands-on practices for implementing these techniques.

This course aims at imparting expertise in Web application development using the Web components of Java EE, such as servlets and JSP. In this course, student will learn to create servlets, handle servlet life cycle events, perform interservlet communication, and implement advanced servlet techniques like threading and filtering. Student will also learn to build JSP applications using JavaBeans, create custom tag libraries, work with EL, work with JSTL, work with JNDI, and implement security using JAAS. In addition, student will learn to build JavaEE application on the MVC design pattern using Struts.

  Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the Web and the Web application architecture
  2. Understand Servlets
  3. Implement the request dispatcher mechanism
  4. Work with filters
  5. Implement different types of session management techniques
  6. Describe server clusters and session migration
  7. Understand the JSP technology
  8. Use the JSTL tags and EL in Web applications
  9. Create and use the custom tags
  10. Implement MVC using the Struts framework
  11. Use the JDBC API as a database access tool
  12. Identify Object Relational Mapping
  13. Explore AJAX and create asynchronous servlets
  14. Identify the need for Web security and the different types of security threats
  15. Implement authentication and authorization using JAAS
  • Web Application Architecture
  • Servlets
  • JSP
  • MVC and JDBC
  • Object Relational Mapping
  • AJAX and JAAS

 

Students who want to take this course should have the knowledge of:

  • Core Java
  • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  • Any RDBMS