MARCH 8 - 9 @ Cairo International Conference Center
In this session I will introduce the Websocket API JSR 356 co-operated with JSON Processing API JSR 353 which will be part of the next release of JEE7, with a powerful final project that demonstrate the power of each JSRs and HTML 5 Websocket API. The agenda will be as the following:
1- JEE7.next(), what’s new?
2- Why WebSockets?
3- Exploring the Websocket API JSR 356 features.
4- Coding an example.
5- Explore HTML 5 Websocket API.
6- JSON Processing API JSR 353.
7- Continue coding the example.
8- How to unit testing the API.
9- Completing the final project.