Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

Course details

Graphical User Interfaces in Java

GJA Acad. year 2019/2020 Winter semester 5 credits

Development of mobile and web applications, Java servlets, Java Server Pages, Java Persistence API, Hibernate, JavaServerFaces, PrimeFaces, Spring, Android, Google Web Toolkit, Vaadin, RESTful Java Services, Java Web Services, Remote Method Invocation, Java Message Services, Java Enterprise, Enterprise Java Beans, Google App Engine, distributed systems.

Guarantor

Deputy Guarantor

Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Credit+Examination (written+oral)

Time span

26 hrs lectures, 26 hrs projects

Assessment points

51 exam, 10 half-term test, 39 projects

Department

Lecturer

Instructor

Dytrych Jaroslav, Ing., Ph.D. (DCGM FIT BUT)
Otrusina Lubomír, Ing. (DCGM FIT BUT)
Škoda Petr, RNDr. (DCGM FIT BUT)

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Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

The students will learn to work with modern technologies for development of web and mobile applications. They will get acquainted with principles of development in referred environments. The will also gain experiences with development of advanced systems powered by Java programming language.

Generic learning outcomes and competences

The students will improve their skills in programming language Java, in team work, and in preparation of project documentation.

Learning objectives

To get acquainted with the development of mobile and web applications in Java programming language. To learn using mobile, web and enterpirse frameworks in this language. To get abilities of programming advanced systems powered by modern Java technologies.

Why is the course taught

The Graphical User Interfaces in Java course teaches Java EE with a focus on creating a web-based graphical user interfaces. Graduate of this course will be able to quickly orientate in technologies used mainly in large companies that builds their products on Java EE. Part of the course is a visit of a expert from practise who will show the practical use of the teached technologies.

Prerequisite kwnowledge and skills

Basic knowledge of Java programming language.

Study literature

  • Deitel, H.M., Deitel, P.J.: Java - How to program, ISBN 0-13-632589-0, Prentice Hall, 1997.
  • Niemeyer, P., Peck, J.: Exploring Java (2nd ed.), ISBN 1-56592-271-9, O'Reilly & Associates, 1997.

Fundamental literature

  • Cornell, C., Horstmann, C.: Core Java (2nd ed.), SunSoft Press, Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-596891-7, 1997
  • Grand, M.: Java Language Reference (2nd ed.), ISBN 1-56592-326-X, O'Reilly & Associates, 1997
  • Campione, M., Walrath, K.: Java Tutorial, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 3-8273-1050-4, 1997
  • Jendrock, E., Cervera-Navarro, R., Evans, I., Haase, K., & Markito, W.: The Java EE 7 Tutorial (Vol. 1), Addison-Wesley Professional, ISBN 978-0321994929, 2014
  • Gupta, A.: Java EE 7 Essentials: Enterprise Developer Handbook, O'Reilly Media, Inc., ISBN 978-1449370176, 2013
  • Juneau, J.: Java EE 7 recipes: a problem-solution approach, Apress, ISBN 978-1430244257, 2013
  • Juneau, J.: JavaServer Faces: Introduction by Example, Apress, ISBN 978-1484208397, 2013
  • Çalşkan, M., & Varaksin, O.: PrimeFaces cookbook, Packt Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978-1784393427, 2015
  • Gutierrez, F.: Introducing Spring framework: a primer, Apress, ISBN 978-1430265320, 2014
  • Walls, C. Spring in Action: Covers Spring 4, Manning Publications, ISBN 978-1617291203, 2014

Syllabus of lectures

  1. Introduction, Java servlets, JavaServerPages.
  2. Testing, Maven and JAX.
  3. RMI and JMS.
  4. EJB and JavaServerFaces.
  5. PrimeFaces.
  6. Spring.
  7. Midterm exam.
  8. Java Persistence API, Hibernate.
  9. Google Web Toolkit.
  10. Vaadin.
  11. Basics of Android OS.
  12. Distributed systems.
  13. Project defenses.

Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students

  1. Team project for creating web (and mobile) application.

Progress assessment

Mid-term test and team project.
To get points from the exam, you need to get min. 20 points, otherwise the exam is rated 0 points.

Exam prerequisites

For receiving the credit and thus for entering the exam, students have to get at least 10 points from the project.

Schedule

DayTypeWeeksRoomStartEndLect.grpGroupsInfo
Tuelecturelectures E105 13:0014:50 1MIT 2MIT xx

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