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  • Jakarta Servlet, Jakarta Faces and Jakarta Server Pages Explained

    The Jakarta EE Platform offers a number of APIs that can be used to create web based user interfaces.

  • Jakarta Security, Jakarta Authorization, and Jakarta Authentication Explained

    Jakarta EE provides the robust Jakarta Security specification that when paired with the Jakarta Authentication and Jakarta Authorization specifications, provides APIs that deliver end-to-end security.

  • Jakarta RESTful Web Services Explained

    Jakarta REST is the solution for development of building Representational State Transfer web services on the Jakarta EE Platform.

  • Jakarta Persistence Explained

    The Jakarta Persistence specification, also known as Jakarta Persistence API (JPA), encompasses a number of APIs that facilitate the creation, reading, updating, and deletion of data within data stores.

  • Jakarta EE Platform

    The Jakarta EE Platform enables developers to produce lightweight, cloud native applications while providing maximum developer productivity.

  • Jakarta Contexts Dependency Injection Explained

    Jakarta Dependency Injection provides the ability to make use of contextual objects in an application with maximum reusability, testability, and maintainability.

  • Jakarta Concurrency Explained

    The Jakarta Concurrency specification targets application performance and usability by providing a standard API for developing concurrent application processes without compromising container integrity


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