Java Web Services Masterclass with SOAP, REST, Spring & XML – Learn to develop Java Web Services with RESTful API and SOAP in just 1 week. JSON, Maven, JAX-WS, Apache, JAXB & more!
THE COMPLETE JAVA WEB SERVICES COURSE
Are you looking to improve your Java programming skills by learning how to create Java Web Services using SOAP and RESTful web services? Do you want to secure a promotion at your job?
My Java Web Services course is all you need to take your Java skills to the next level and position yourself for a pay-raise.
The course is a step-by-step introduction on how to develop and implement Java Webservices using all of the industry standard software like REST, SOAP, XML, JSON, Spring Core, Maven and more.
All taught by an experienced Java developer with years of academic and business experience.
This course will give you a solid theoretical understanding of Java Web Services programming, as well as the practical skills to develop Java Web Services at your job.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The primary objective of this course is to help students learn developing Java Web Services using both the widely used technologies that are SOAP Web Services and RESTful Web Services. So in this course students will learn developing these using Apache’s CXF framework which is an implementation of JAX-WS specifications.
Additionally I have added lectures to other technologies that are needed to develop these web services like XML, XML Namespaces, XML Schema Definition or XSD, JSON, Java annotations introduction, Spring Core introduction, JAXB, JAX-WS and Maven that will help students also develop basic to slightly more than basic skills on these as well.
WHAT IS JAVA WEB SERVICES (AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?)
Web Services is a technology or framework that enables applications to make themselves available or expose their APIs to be invoked by other applications over HTTP coded not necessarily in the same programming language. So web services really make applications platform and technology independent and help other applications use the functionality of other applications e.g. A Vehicle Check web service would help another application to provide details of a car by providing only the registration number of the car. Java Web Services is a specification called JAX-WS and JAX-RS that provides collection of Java APIs to be implemented by other third party libraries like Apache AXIS, Jersey, Apache CXF and others.
Java Web Services provide APIs for both Big Web Services aka SOAP which is JAX-WS and RESTful Web Services which is JAX-RS. Developers use these implementations like Apache CXF to program web services and web service clients. Java Web Services simplify app development by taking the complexity out of application developers when implementing web services and letting application developers focus more on solving the business problems.
Java Web Services also provide APIs to secure web service using different authentication methods and also add interceptors to web services. Java Web Services can be accessed by applications or web service clients programmed in other technologies like .NET, PHP, C# etc. The new, improved and open source frameworks continue to be created for Java Web Services.
All these advantages certainly ascertain a wide adoption by enterprises and hence bright future for Java Web Services.
TOP 3 REASONS YOU SHOULD LEARN TO DEVELOP JAVA WEB SERVICES
1. Huge demand
Java came a close second among the languages used in GitHub, in the annual popularity contest organized by TIOBE, a Netherlands-based provider of software quality assessment services . Even after 20 years of it’s birth, its popularity has grown by 5.94% last year. Its presence is in demand so much that it is currently the No.1 in the enterprise backend domain andhaving significant growth in mobile application development as well.
2. Future proof
Java Web Services has become the standard on which many enterprise deployments are built.
As Java is open source, there are a number of non-proprietary Java Web Services open source projects
that have helped create frameworks like Apache CXF and Spring Boot making Java Web Services more
relevant for the changing industry demands.
3. Get chosen over your competitors
Adding Java Web Services to student’s skill portfolio at an early stage of their career in programming will
certainly provide an edge over other junior developers who generally lack experience in developing web