Getting started with Jakarta EE just became even easier!
I wanted to play around with going back to the roots of java(EE) and wanted to take the docker part a step further.
Why not have the platform as a docker image in such a way that when building the project the docker image will take care of the
deployment automatically after each build.
It can be really easy to start on your JavaEE / JakartaEE application. It’ll take you about a minute…
In this minute you will get a project with:
OAuth is not an API or a service: it is an open standard for authorization, any developer can implement it, and applications can use it to provide client applications with “secure delegated access.” OAuth works over HTTPS and authorizes devices, APIs, servers, and applications with access tokens rather than credentials. OpenID Connect (OIDC), built on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol, enables clients to verify the identity of the user and obtain their basic profile information. This session covers how OAuth and OIDC work, when to use them, and frameworks/services that simplify authentication.
Mention Java 9, and everyone immediately thinks of modularization. Although that’s quite important, Java 9 contains many other improvements to the language and the JDK. This presentation dives into the language-level improvements and also the changes related to the Streams API and the functional style of programming. The objective of this session is to help developers make better use of Java 9 from the language, JDK, and functional programming point of view.
Is it better to write “” + 42 or Integer.toString(42)? How much memory can you save if you intern() all your strings? How can String Deduplication reduce your memory footprint, and what does it cost? And how much memory will Java 9 strings save in Bulgaria? What is the maximum length of a constant string? And a dynamic string? How much faster is the new StringBuilder().append(“Hello “).append(name).toString() than “Hello “ + name? What are intrinsics, and how do they relate to strings? Are strings really immutable? How can you efficiently create substrings? You’ll get answers to these and many more questions in this session.
Superheroes protect the peace, save lives, and fight evildoers with their superhuman powers; however, they are not the only ones who have these abilities. Each day developers build highly advanced algorithms, design and code solutions to better humanity, deploy to thousands of servers in seconds, and come up with groundbreaking innovations. In this session join community leaders, unconference disorganizers, open-source standards gurus, and technology visionaries to hear an action-packed keynote to celebrate the developer community and you, a groundbreaker.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP (BYOL) TO PARTICIPATE IN THE HANDS-ON LABS.It seems like every day there is a new headline about a security breach in a major company’s web application. This hands-on workshop is designed to teach you how to identify and fix vulnerabilities in Java web applications. Using an existing web application, you will learn ways to scan and test for common vulnerabilities such as hijacking, injection, cross-site scripting, and cross-site forgery. You will learn best practices for logging, error handling, intrusion detection, authentication, and authorization. You will also learn how to improve security in your applications with existing libraries, frameworks, and techniques to patch and prevent vulnerabilities.*NOTE - Please download:- Virtual Box 64-bit -https://www.virtualbox.org(windows users please make sure you test virtual box ahead of time)- Kali Linux Varient Virtual Machine -https://s3.amazonaws.com
How many times have you been in a meeting with a salesperson and started to sweat when you heard, “Yes, the system will be fully integrated with your SSO”? How many times have you searched on the internet forSSOand closed your browser after the second click? SAML, OAUth, ws-fed…which of these is the right protocol? Shibboleth, OpenAM, ADFS2, Keycloak…do I need all of them? Do I need them at all? Which is the right solution for my application? How can I protect my APIs? This session covers the most-popular SSO scenarios and will guide you along the sometimes obscure path to the “log in once and access everything” Grail.
Spring Framework 5 brings full reactive support to developers everywhere. What better way to demo reactive programming than to actually build something live? This session’s presenters perform a daring feat of pair programming/dueling coding to create an end-to-end application by using Spring Framework 5, Spring Boot, Reactor, Kotlin, JavaFX, REST, and MongoDB, all built with IntelliJ IDEA. What could possibly go wrong?