FI:PA165 Java Enterprise Applications - Course Information

PA165 Enterprise Applications in Java

Faculty of Informatics
Autumn 2018
Extent and Intensity
2/2. 4 credit(s) (plus extra credits for completion). Recommended Type of Completion: zk (examination). Other types of completion: z (credit).
Bruno Rossi, PhD (lecturer), doc. RNDr. Tomáš Pitner, Ph.D. (deputy)
doc. RNDr. Tomáš Pitner, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Ing. Petr Adámek (lecturer)
RNDr. Martin Kuba, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Bc. Martin Kotala (lecturer)
RNDr. Filip Nguyen (lecturer)
Mgr. Jiří Uhlíř (lecturer)
Bc. Jakub Čecháček (seminar tutor)
Mgr. Ing. Petr Bartusek (assistant)
Radovan Šinko (assistant)
doc. RNDr. Eva Hladká, Ph.D.
Department of Computer Systems and Communications - Faculty of Informatics
Contact Person: Ing. Petr Adámek
Supplier department: Department of Computer Systems and Communications - Faculty of Informatics
Mon 17. 9. to Mon 10. 12. Mon 14:00–15:50 D2
  • Timetable of Seminar Groups:
PA165/01: Mon 17. 9. to Mon 10. 12. Mon 16:00–17:50 B130, P. Adámek
PA165/02: Mon 17. 9. to Mon 10. 12. Mon 18:00–19:50 B130, P. Adámek
PA165/03: Tue 12:00–13:50 B130, M. Kuba
PA165/04: Tue 18:00–19:50 B130, F. Nguyen
PA165/05: Mon 17. 9. to Mon 10. 12. Mon 8:00–9:50 B130, J. Čecháček
PA165/06: Fri 14:00–15:50 B130, M. Kotala, J. Uhlíř
Knowledge of Java at the level of PB162 and PV168 courses. Basic knowledge of markup languages (XML and/or HTML) and databases are also expected.
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 200 student(s).
Current registration and enrolment status: enrolled: 96/200, only registered: 0/200, only registered with preference (fields directly associated with the programme): 0/200
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
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Course objectives
Students will understand selected chapters from advanced Java-based system design and implementation; they will be aware of methodological issues of high-quality program system design and implementation and related topics; they will be able to work with the most important APIs from Java SE, Spring framework, Java EE and Javascript frameworks for UI. Students will get acquainted with team work within large enterprise software development and with system design by applying enterprise patterns.
Learning outcomes
Student will be able to:
- use advanced development tools for enterprise development in real life;
- apply design and implementation patterns for enterprise applications in own systems;
- write applications using persistence / ORM;
- create Internet-based applications with servlets, JSP, taglibs;
- handle the basic application security (authentication, authorization), be able to identify the basic types of attacks against the main IS;
- create a basic web user interface based on HTML, CSS, javascriptive frames;
- apply the Spring framework (AOP, dependency injection, security, transactions, Spring Boot);
- clarify the meaning and the purpose of Web Services (REST, WS- * Standards), use frameworks for their creation and be able to implement them in simple systems;
- know what Messaging Systems based on JMS are, and be able to use them in practical systems.
  • Intro to large (enterprise) Java-based application and systems
  • Development tools (Netbeans, Maven, Git)
  • Enterprise patterns (DTO, DAO)
  • Persistence/ORM (JPA/Hibernate)
  • Internet applications (servlets, JSP, taglibs, Java web containers)
  • Web application layers, security (authentication, authorization, main attacks), Spring MVC, client-side javascript frameworks (AngularJS), HTML, CSS, DOM
  • Spring framework (AOP, dependency injection, security, transactions, Spring Boot)
  • Web services (REST, WS-* standards), Spring-WS, JAX-RS
  • Messaging Systems (JMS)
    required literature
  • Expert one-on-one J2EE development without EJB. Edited by Rod Johnson - Juergen Hoeller. Indianapolis, Ind.: Wiley Pub., 2004. xxiv, 552. ISBN 0764558315. info
  • ALUR, Deepak, Dan MALKS and John CRUPI. Core J2EE patterns : best practices and design strategies. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 2003. xxx, 650. ISBN 0131422464. info
    recommended literature
  • BLOCH, Joshua. Effective Java. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Addison-Wesley, 2008. xxi, 346. ISBN 9780321356680. info
Teaching methods
lectures, practical seminars (computer lab sessions), group projects, group project presentations
Assessment methods
For a successful completion of the course, at least 70 points (out of 100) are required. The maximum total number of 100 points can be collected as follows: max 55 points for the project including its presentation, 35 for the written exam and 10 points for solving exercises during the seminars.
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Follow-Up Courses
Further Comments
Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
Listed among pre-requisites of other courses
The course is also listed under the following terms Autumn 2004, Autumn 2005, Autumn 2006, Autumn 2007, Autumn 2008, Autumn 2009, Autumn 2010, Autumn 2011, Autumn 2012, Autumn 2013, Autumn 2014, Autumn 2015, Autumn 2016, Autumn 2017, Accreditation spring.
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