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Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
Basic terminologies for a developer
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Basic terminologies for a developer

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Deals with the basic terms which must be known to every Java/Web developer. (Hands-on)

Deals with the basic terms which must be known to every Java/Web developer. (Hands-on)

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  • 1. Basic terminologies in Java and Web Development
  • 2.  JDK and JRE What is this PATH variable? Servers and Containers Eclipse Creating a web project using Eclipse – JSP
  • 3.  Java is the language – Library + Platform ◦ Java Card ◦ Micro Edition ◦ Standard Edition ◦ Enterprise Edition JDK is the library ◦ The set of classes & tools (javac, java) JRE is the platform ◦ VM that executes Java bytecode. ◦ How does the JVM know where the classes are?
  • 4.  Environment variables – Named values that affect the way running processes behave. ◦ Provides a standard way for accessing commonly used processes. ◦ Eg: Temp files, Java Where could we see the list of all ENV vars? CRUD on ENV variables. PATH – Specifies a set of directories where executable programs are located. ◦ Order of search – Current working directory  PATH variable (left to right) ◦ Sample – Batch script %CLASSPATH%
  • 5.  Servers serve the requests from other programs. Depending on the computing service ◦ Database server ◦ File server ◦ Mail server ◦ Web server! ◦ Application server
  • 6.  Web server – Deliver webpages on request from clients. Eg: Apache, IIS, Nginx General usage : A web browser / web crawler initiates communication by making request to a specific resource, server responds with content of that resource (HTML Document) Features : ◦ Virtual Hosting ◦ Bandwidth Throttling – fair share ◦ Server side scripting
  • 7.  Currently nginx is in the second position.
  • 8.  Modularization! An interface between the component and the low- level-platform specific functionality. Eg: Web Container, EJB container Web Container (Servlet container)  Web servers ◦ Interacts with the servlets Roles of Web Container ◦ Lifecycle of servlets ◦ Mapping a URL to a servlet ◦ Access rights to an URL
  • 9.  Web server (with a web container) Difference between apache and apache tomcat. ◦ Apache is C ◦ Tomcat is Java Tomcat is configurable – server.xml Three Components ◦ Catalina – servlet container ◦ Coyote – HTTP Connector Component ◦ Jasper – JSP Engine (converts JSP files to servlets for Catalina) Check Tomcat server startup. Latest version in Tomcat 7.0.26
  • 10.  Web Servers + Java EE concepts Security, Data Services, Transaction Support, Persistence Support, Load Balancing etc. Eg: WebLogic Oracle, IBM WebShere Check JBoss AS
  • 11. Exercise : Quiz websiteTime : 15 minsCompletion : Not mandatory

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