Java APIs
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This course takes an introductory look at Java Enterprise Edition and explains its main characteristics. We then continue to show you how to set up a Java EE 6 environment, which will be useful when following along with our Oracle Java EE 6 Programmer learning path.

Learning Objectives

  • Obtain a foundational understanding of Java EE 6
  • Learn how to install the necessary programs to begin using Java EE 6

Intended Audience

This course is intended for anyone who already has basic knowledge of Java and now wants to learn about Java EE 6.


Basic knowledge of Java programming.




Hello dear friends. In this video, we will examine the Java 6 EE APIs. Let's begin. Several APIs that are required by the Java EE 6 platform are included in the Java platform standard edition 6 and 7, and are thus available to Java EE applications. In this course, we'll look at the most useful Java EE 6 APIs. As you remember, we discussed these APIs in the containers video. Let's take another look at this image. Containers as you can see have a large number of APIs. I cannot explain everything in detail during this course. 

However, we will learn the most important API that will be required for the certificated exam. In this course, we will cover Enterprise Java Bean technology, also known as EJB. Java Server Face, also known as JSF. Java Server Pages technology, also known as JSP. Java Persistence API, also known as JPA. Restful Web services. Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE platform, also known as JSR 299. 

Dependency Injection for Java, also known as JSR 330. Java Message Service API, also known as JMS. Although the other APIs are crucial, we will only focus on these in this course. I think we have a good idea of what we will cover now. In the next video, we will learn how to install Java JDK and Eclipse Neon to help create our projects for these subjects. Until the next lesson, take care.


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