Java EE 7 and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development

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Build and distribute business web applications that target both desktop and mobile devices. Cowritten by Java EE and NetBeans IDE experts, Java EE and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development fully explains cutting-edge, highly responsive design tools and strategies. Find out how to navigate NetBeans IDE, construct HTML5 programs, employ JavaScript APIs, integrate CSS and WebSockets, and handle security. This Oracle Press guide also offers practical coverage of SaaS, MVVM, and RESTful concepts.

  • Explore HTML5 and Java EE 7 features
  • Use NetBeans IDE editors, templates, and code generators
  • Implement MVVM functionality with Knockout.js
  • Dynamically map database objects using Java Persistence API
  • Configure, manage, and invoke RESTful Web Services
  • Maximize messaging efficiency through WebSockets
  • Accept and process HTML5 Server-Sent Events streams
  • Employ Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets, CSS3, and Sassy CSS

 

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8 thoughts on “Java EE 7 and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development

  1. Hi Sir,

    I would to know how can I change the code source for Wildfly 8.2, please?

    Thanks in advance for your response.

    Regards,
    James

  2. Bonjour Arun,

    Merci beaucoup pour votre réponse.

    Pour le développement de “Java EE and HTML5 Enterprise Application”, quel sera le meilleur serveur Java EE? Glassfish ou Jboss?

    D’avance merci.

    Cordialement,
    James

  3. Hi Arun,

    I’m a newbie to wildfly. Recently, I faced a issue with the wildfly. I got an (405 method not allowed) error when I did a post request to it. Can you please help me in solving it ?

    Thanks in advance.

    Lokesh

  4. Hi Arun,
    I liked JSF big ticket feature – Faces Flow. Is this fully stable ? What server do you recommend for Java EE7. I want to use Uikit css framework, is there a way I can use html5 features with just html files instead of jsp ? Can I still use facelets, jsf tags in html pages ?

    Thanks,
    Dhana

  5. Java EE 7 compliant servers are WildFly, TomEE (getting there), Payara, Liberty Profile . So any of these servers should do.

    Try asking your question on one of their forums.

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