Building Java applications requires more than knowing the Java language. This course will teach you the tools, libraries, and practices you need to start building Java SE 17 applications.
To really master Java and start building your own Java applications, you need to go beyond learning the language. In this course, Building an Application Using Java SE 17, you will see all the tools, libraries, and practices you need to start building real-world Java applications. Most of your time during this course will be spent in the IDE, building a Java 17 application together from scratch. First, you’ll explore topics such as: building Java projects using Maven, and using Java 17 language features. Next, you’ll dive into testing code using JUnit, and calling a web API using Java’s HttpClient. Finally, you’ll learn about storing data in a relational database using JDBC, and creating a REST API using JAX-RS. After finishing this course, you’ll be able to understand and contribute to large Java application codebases. Of course you won’t be an expert in all the technologies we use in this course, so you can also continue learning in specific areas.
Last Updated 9/2022
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