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Great Java Web Programming

Video Description

Great Java Web Programming: Level 1 will lay the foundation forgetting started creating web applications with a Java backend. Onceyou've finished the course you'll have all the tools you need tocreate powerful web applications that are easy to understand andmaintain. Even beyond the basics, you'll learn how to leverageadvanced language features such as the Java Standard Tag Library tomake your applications clean and streamlined, but also secure andfast.

You'll learn the basics of how Java servlets work, how to do formprocessing with validation, and create results pages on the fly.We'll create applications that handle exotic data formats such asgraphics and multi-part file uploads. Once you have the basics down,we'll crank up the volume with high-powered tools like Java ServerPages and tag libraries, then look at frameworks such as JSF andStruts that can manage more complex applications.

When you buy Great Java Web Programming: Level 1, you get access toan entire video libraryof lessons-including lessons that aren't available yet! Here's the scoop:we're continually adding new sections in Level 1 that take you further intoJava web applications development. We're also updating existinglessons and creating new ones in response to your questions, alongwith special "challenge lessons" that will testyour skills. All of this is yours with Great Java Web Programming: Level 1.

Table of Contents

  1. Installation and Setup
    1. Get Tomcat's Prerequisites in Place 00:03:25
    2. Download and Install Eclipse 00:03:09
    3. Download and Install Tomcat 00:04:50
  2. Building a Simple Servlet
    1. Create a New Eclipse Web Project 00:03:17
    2. Create a New Servlet 00:02:39
    3. Use the Response Object to Send an HTML Response 00:05:04
    4. Dig Into Your Web App's Directory Structure 00:03:06
    5. Configure Your Servlet's web.xml File 00:03:27
    6. Run Your Servlet 00:02:33
    7. Set a Breakpoint In Your Code 00:04:20
  3. Handling GET and POST data
    1. Create a New GeekHealth Project 00:03:02
    2. Use getParameter() to Access Request Parameters 00:05:06
    3. Display Your Calculations With HTML 00:03:45
    4. Deploy and Run a Servlet 00:02:07
    5. Challenge: Improve Your Error Messages 00:02:19
    6. Solution: Improve Your Error Messages 00:03:42
    7. Write a Form to Post the Data 00:06:06
    8. Write the doPost() Method 00:02:47
    9. Have the doGet() Output the Form 00:04:18
    10. Challenge: Error Check Your Form 00:02:44
    11. Solution: Error Check Your Form 00:04:11
    12. Solution: Error Check Your Form Pt 2 00:06:03
  4. Handling MIME and Other Non-HTML Data
    1. Return an Image Instead of HTML 00:07:16
    2. Redirect the Browser to a Different Page 00:04:04
    3. Challenge: Add Features to the Chart 00:03:21
    4. Solution: Add Features to the Chart 00:06:41
    5. Create a Form That Uploads a File 00:03:37
    6. Download Required Libraries for File Uploads 00:02:39
    7. Modify the doPost Method to Handle a File Upload Pt. 1 00:04:38
    8. Modify the doPost Method to Handle a File Upload Pt. 2 00:04:59
    9. Challenge: Integrate the Picture into the Web Page 00:02:35
    10. Solution: Integrate the Picture into the Web Page Pt 1 00:07:14
    11. Solution: Integrate the Picture into the Web Page Pt 2 00:06:47
  5. Introducing JavaServer Pages
    1. Write Your First JavaServer Page 00:03:37
    2. Convert an HTML Page to a JSP 00:03:37
    3. Store Business Logic in a Helper Class 00:05:20
    4. Import a Helper Class into Your JSP 00:06:42
    5. Use Conditionals in Your JSP 00:04:11
    6. Challenge: Add Error Messages to the JSP Page 00:01:31
    7. Create a Separate Page for the Results 00:04:22
    8. Preserve Values Between Page Requests 00:03:44