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Month: January 2023

January Webinar Series – What’s New in Jakarta EE 10

What’s New In Jakarta EE 10 – Part 1 – Microservices

Friday, the 13th of January 2023, 3pm GMT – REGISTER HERE

Jakarta EE 10is the first feature release of the platform since its move to Eclipse Foundation. It comes with many new features and enhancements that will make you even more productive with the platform.

This first in a series of three Payara webinars takes a bird’s eye view of the notable changes in Jakarta EE 10 that enhance your use of the microservices architecture pattern. This installment of the series will take a look at:

– Java SE 17 support
– The lighter Core Profile
– Fatless CDI, aka CDI Lite
– OpenID Connect support in Security
– Jakarta REST bootstrap API
– Jakarta EE 10 support in Payara Platform

By the end of this fast paced, no slides webinar, you will have a grasp of what Jakarta EE 10 has to offer in using it to craft your microservices applications.

What’s New In Jakarta EE 10 – Part 2 – Traditional Enterprise Development

Thursday, the 19th of January 2023, 3pm GMT –REGISTER HERE

In this second installment of the Payara webinar series on Jakarta EE 10, we take a look at new features and enhancements for traditional enterprise applciations. Topics include:

– @ManagedExecutorDefinition
– Native support for UUID as entity keys in Jakarta Persistence
– Multipart/form-data support in Jakarta REST
– Enhanced scopes with @ClientWindowScoped in Faces
– Typesafe Java API for creating Faces views

This rapid fire, no slides webinar will bring you up to speed with Jakarta EE 10. By the end of this installment of the webinar series, you will be have a grasp of what Jakarta EE has to offer in its latest iteration for traditional application development.

What’s New In Jakarta EE 10 – Part 3 – What Got Removed or Deprecated?

Friday, the 27th of January 2023, 3pm GMT – REGISTER HERE

Jakarta EE 10 is the first feature release of the platform since its move to Eclipse Foundation. This release comes with a number of features and enhancements that make Enterprise Java development on the platform even more productive.

As part of removing “excess fat” and streamlining the various API, Jakarta EE 10 removed as well as deprecated a few things.

In this final installment of the Payara Jakarta EE 10 webinar series, we take a look at what got demoted through deprecation and what got kicked out through full removal. Among the topics for discussion are:

– @Context annotation in REST
– EJB Entity Beans
– Embeddable EJB container
– Servlet/Faces/CDI features

This fast paced, no slides webinar will help you navigate these changes so you can plan your own project accordingly.

We hope to see you there!

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