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Web Enterprise Development

Course Description

The World Wide Web is the basis for most computing environments today and how it works is an important fundamental. This course provides the skills to communicate with all components of a web-based solution and build a strong base of knowledge with content and hands-on labs that can be instantly leveraged on the job.

Who Should Attend

Managers and technical employees with a need to get an overview of all the vital technologies associated with the Internet and Web development.

Prerequisites

Requires no knowledge of Web based programming language or tools.

What you will learn:

  • Basic Web Acronyms: HTML, CGI, PERL, etc.
  • HTML basics
  • Client-side vs. server-side scripting
  • Server-side execution
  • Common Gateway Interface
  • JavaScript
  • Middleware Solutions to Enable a Web Site
  • How to Integrate Component Level Tools
  • Recommended Development Approaches
  • Keys to Successful Distributed Web Applications
  • Emerging Trends in Internet Applications

 

WebSphere Studio

Course Description

Learn to develop and test server-side applications based on the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) component model. Develop servlets, JSPs and JavaBeans with IBM WebSphere tools: WebSphere Studio Application Developer for building and testing servlets and JSPs and the WebSphere Application Server Advanced Edition (WAS-AE) Single Server for integration testing. Learn the best practices for building J2EE e-business applications, including the use of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework to separate concerns among the JavaBeans, JSPs, and servlets in the application.

Who Should Attend

Java application developers who build Web-based server-side applications.

Prerequisites

Java or web developers desiring the skills to develop, test, and deploy Java applications, understand server-side Java applications, and understand the use of the WebSphere Studio.

What you will learn:

  • Describe the J2EE component model and its use in building server-side applications
  • Develop, debug, and test server-side applications using IBM WebSphere tools: WebSphere
  • Studio Application Developer, and WAS-AE Single Server
  • Develop and test servlets using WebSphere Studio
  • Develop and test JSPs using WebSphere Studio
  • Develop and test JavaBeans using WebSphere Studio
  • WebSphere Studio Features