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Learning Java EE(J2EE)

Posted 19 April 2015 - 04:43 AM

Hey guys,

I currently know Java but to be more attractive to employers I want to start learning Java EE. Just a few questions about this. What is the best process of going about this, as in where would it be best to start? I have also seen that Spring is extremely popular among job postings, can you go straight to learning the Spring Framework without any previous knowledge in Java EE?

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Re: Learning Java EE(J2EE)

Posted 19 April 2015 - 07:56 AM

in my experience you kinda need to know html, css, js more then java. and if you dont know java start with the basics
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Re: Learning Java EE(J2EE)

Posted 19 April 2015 - 07:58 AM

I know HTML, CSS, Javascript and Java but I don't know much about servlets and finding it tough to find good information.
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Re: Learning Java EE(J2EE)

Posted 19 April 2015 - 08:39 AM

you could start http://www.dreaminco...esource-thread/

http://pdf.coreservlets.com/ this one was rly nice and easy to follow
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Re: Learning Java EE(J2EE)

Posted 20 April 2015 - 12:01 AM

To answer the original question, I think you can learn Spring without learning too much Java EE. If you want to start writing web applications using Spring, take a look at Spring Boot. You'll probably want to look at some of the EE APIs (like JPA, for example), though, but you can probably defer that until you find you need them.

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