What is SOAP & REST in Java
The rapid growth in internet, Internet of Things (IoT), and the need for communication between devices, and cross platform environments, Java deployment has increased at the enterprise level. SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) has emerged as one of the preferred protocol for accessing web services. It is an XML (Extended MarkUp Language) based protocol that is platform and language neutral enabling communication between devices.
On the other hand REST (Representational State Transfer) is a software architecture used to develop networked applications. It is HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) based simpler alternative to Web Services (WS) such as SOAP, RPC (Remote Procedure Calls) and CORBA.
SOAP, ResT and other web services tools have become popular as it is platform, language neutral and OS neutral.
About SOAP and REST in JAVA course
The SOAP and REST in Java Course is designed with the objective of providing a comprehensive training on SOAP concepts, components, writing web service, basic s of XML, REST concepts and components, how to design, create and develop a website, HTTP, internet protocol, service oriented architecture (SOA), writing output to web page, JSON basic, JSON JS basics and implementation. It also covers web services such as Web Services Description Language (WSDL), RPC, UDDI (Universal Description Discovery and Integration). The course contains over 90 lectures with 17 hours of HD Video. It is aimed at both the professional practitioner as well as end users in organisations who will benefit from the knowledge of web services.
Introduction to SOAP:
This module is intended to give an overview of web services and an overview of how SOAP helps in communication between languages and applications. Using SOAP, it is possible for programmers to develop web services in any language and deployed on any platform. Salient features, advantages and disadvantages of using SOAP will be covered in this module.
SOAP structure consists of envelope, header, and body- the envelope is an XML document that contains all the information for processing while Header contains information about the message and Body contains instructions to instructions to be executed by the server. This module helps get an overview of the components and study of some examples of SOAP programming.
JAVA-WS & ReST:
Until recently C remained the language of choice for most applications but now with the increasing need for devices to communicate with each and applications to talk to each other, Java has emerged as a language of choice. The Java language for Web services is the JAX- WS (Java for XML Web services) is the language to build SOAP Web Services and this module provides an introduction to this language. Both RPC Style and Document style development and their differences are explained.
This module also introduces ReST which is used as communication protocol for networked applications for creating, updating, reading (making queries) and deleting data. All features and components of ReST are covered in this module. SOAP is a protocol which was developed as a W3C standard while there are no standards for ReST.
SOAP Applications, Java, Polymorphism:
This module covers the use of Java language in SOAP applications, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism, J2EE basics, application servers, XML, JSP, Servlets and EJB.
Writing a Web Service:
Now you are being introduced to the exciting world of web service and enabling you to write your own web-service that enable communication between application, devices and platforms. Eclipse short cuts enable the user to use short cuts in keyboard for Java files editing and navigation. You will be working on your first WS project and writing code.
SOAP Message, UI and Groovy:
This section guides you into several new topics related to SOAP- messaging, User Interface (UI), Groovy, Service Descriptors, creating tests etc. Groovy is a dynamic object oriented language for Java and quite powerful
This section deals with internet protocols and transfer control protocols that are at the heart of internet communications. Communication is enabled through internet by converting data into packets which are then reassembled at the destination. The data goes through various layers corresponding to various protocols. They are link layer, network layer, transport layer, and application layer. The module also covers mail protocols, http protocols, transport protocols, host management, routing protocols among others. Other topics are: Internet security, Service oriented architecture, JSON Basics, Common Web Service Attack, WS-Security.
ReST Basics, other web services.
This module gives a comprehensive overview of ReST and other web services, how to implement HTTP, ReST, JAX RS Parameter annotations, JAX-RS Example configuration. This module enables you to set up web services using ReST.
Requirements for SOAP and ReST Java Course:
The students for this course should know Java and object oriented programming with a desire to learn and implement web services such as SOAP and ReST.
Why learn SOAP & REST?
With the rapid deployment of embedded devices, internet of things (IoT), increasing web traffic and diversified technologies and platforms, communication between applications, platforms and Operating Systems (OS) have become an imperative in the digitized world.
In such a scenario, deployment of various communication protocols and software architecture enable cross platform communication and interoperability of networks.
The EduCBA course enables you to write complex web services using SOAP and ReST, networking and internet protocols, web design and development. It is ideal for java programmers, professionals working in enterprise level projects and students eager to learn SOAP and ReST from the fundamental level onwards.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- How do I know my eligibility for joining this programme?
This course is meant for Java programmers and awareness of Object Oriented Programming. Any student, professional with Java knowledge and experience will find the course easier to pursue.
- Do I need to attend any class room training?
EduCBA is providing this course online through videos and lectures and therefore students need not attend any class room training
- How will it help me in getting a better job?
Deployment of web services has increased manifold thanks to rapid growth of internet and the need for applications. With increasing demand for e-commerce deployments and online business, the demand for Java programmers with ability to implement web services are bound to increase.
- How can I start learning?
As soon as you register for the programme, you get username and password to access online content prepared by EduCBA which contains video and lectures.
- Do we get a course certificate?
All students who successfully undergo the training programmes, will get a Course Completion Certificate issued by EduCBA.
- After end of training programme do we lose access to course content?
This is not a fixed duration course, the content will be available for lifetime access.
- Who will be the teachers in this programme?
The teachers are highly qualified and with relevant experience in Java, Web Services and network protocols who have designed and deliver the course content to you online.
- Will there be tests and assignments?
Yes, after each section there would be tests and assignments devised by our experts that will evaluate the expertise of students in the chosen topics.
- Is the program affiliated to any university?
No, there is no affiliation to any university but our courses are prepared by experts with the objective of helping professionals students get ahead in their careers.
- What are the major topics covered in SOAP and ReST for Java program?
SOAP, ReST, Internet Protocols, Web design, development, Servlets, TCP/IP protocols, WSDL, UDDI, JAS-WS, JAS-RS.
- What are the career opportunities in Web Services domain?
There are a number of openings for Middleware Architects, web services specialists, Java Architects, software engineers, Java Technology Specialists, Android Developers with skills in web services such as SOAP and REST.
- Is it difficult to learn the new concepts of Web Services?
It is assumed that learners have knowledge of Java programming and Object oriented programming. For such people with a passion to learn about web services and new technologies that help software and applications to come together on a common platform, EduCBA provides the best content in a structured manner which will guide them step by step into the nuances of website design, web services design, protocols, security and related topics. Hence, it will not be difficult to learn complex topics covered in the course.
- Will the students get practical training and project support?
Yes, the course is designed in such a way that the sections or modules have practical training and project work that enables the users to try hands on what they have learned and may require to implement on a large scale in the enterprise environment.
- What is the future for JAVA and Web Services?
For the past few decades, C was the language of choice for many server, intranet and most IT applications. With rapid changes occurring with the development of web, Internet-of-Things (IoT), and the need for applications and technologies to communicate with each other platform neutral, software neutral programs, protocols and architecture have found favour with corporates who look at the total cost of ownership data for clues.
A recent research study by VDC Research noted that deployment of Java would have enabled corporates to save 40% on software development costs compared to C and overall engineering costs by 30%. Traditional hesitation to use Java in embedded systems is also waning and today’s devices are not stand alone, single system devices but need to work in a dynamic connected environment. Project life cycle also comes down and delayed schedules in project implementations have down sharply with Java deployment.
The vast pool of Java developers compared to specialized engineers in hardware, embedded systems, other engineering streams makes it worthwhile for companies to invest in Java platforms to achieve more cost savings. Java projects are more of shorter duration than C and C++.
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