JB170 JBoss SEAM Essentials

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Nov 12, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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JB170 JBoss SEAM Essentials

Course Description
JBoss Seam is a powerful new application framework for building next generation Web 2.0
applications by unifying and integrating technologies such as Asynchronous JavaScript and
XML (AJAX), Java Server Faces (JSF), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB3), Java Portlets and
Business Process Management (BPM). The JBoss Seam Essentials course covers the JBoss
Seam framework and various core features such as context, conversation, component
essentials,events and error handling, jBPM, administration & configuration with JBoss
application server and Tomcat web server, Facelets, JSF & EJB3 essentials, Rich client
applications, security, as well as new and exciting features in the JBoss Seam framework

Prerequisites:
A solid background in Java programming is necessary.
The
JB167 Hibernate Essentials
course or equally comparable Hibernate/JPA experience is a
prerequisite. Students must be familiar with the JEE (Java EE 5) Specification, the Enterprise
JavaBeans 3 Specification, and the Persistence Framework (JPA).
Students also should have a sound understanding of web and/or application servers (e.g.
Tomcat or JBoss).
Audience:
The JBoss Seam Essentials course is targeted toward Java developers constructing enterprise
and next-generation Web 2.0 applications wanting to become more proficient and productive
during development using JBoss Seam, the lightweight JEE (Java EE 5) application
framework.
The
JB167 Hibernate Essentials
course is a prerequisite. A student must attend the Hibernate
Essentials course, or have comparable experience, before taking JB170 JBoss Seam
Essentials.

Course Outline
 JBoss Seam Introduction
 JBoss Seam Framework´s features, and benefits
 Architectural Overview
 Relationship to Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, JavaServer Faces
 Components, Servlets, and Common Annotations and the Java specification
 JavaEE with/without JBoss Seam illustrated
 JBoss Seam bijection overview
 JBoss Seam Annotations Overview
 JBoss Seam component & contextual model overview
Review of Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 Component Framework - (Optional Module)
 EJB3.0 Architecture Overview
 EJB3.0 SessionBeans
 Client Views for SessionBeans
 Entities and Java Persistence API (JPA)
Review of JavaServer Faces Framework and Facelets - (Optional Module)
 Overview of JSF & Installation
 JSF within JavaServer Pages
 Managed Beans and Page navigation
 Context data management in Beans
 Using message bundles
 Facelets technology overview
JBoss Seam Tooling and Projects
 Project installation, configuration with JBoss Developer Studio
 Top-down, bottom-up, command-line tooling for RAD using Seam-Gen
JBoss Seam Component Model
 Component interception
 Built-In components
 JBoss Seam Bi-jection
JBoss Seam Context Model
 Fundamental JBoss Seam Contexts
o Declarative context model
o Stateful context
o Granularity
 JBoss Seam Application Framework
 Declarative Context model implementation
 Built-in components
 JBoss Seam Events, Exceptions & Interceptors
o Seam-defined events
 Exception management
 JBoss Seam Interceptors
 JBoss Seam Testing Framework
o Automated testing
o Testing tools
o TestNG
o Integration and Unit testing
 JBoss Seam Advance Features Overview
o Remoting
o RichFaces
o Web Services
o AJAX Support
o GWT
o Security
o Groovy
o Hibernate Search