The aim of the
course is to gain knowledge about the software development processes and
principles, with particular emphasis on the development of server-side, datacenter,
and cloud applications, ie. applications that are used in large enterprise information
systems or large web applications (eg. Facebook, LinkedIn, online stores such as
Amazon, eBay and similar).
applications that run on large server systems and must be capable of servicing
a multitude of concurrent users. They also need to work quickly and reliably.

We will learn the basics of microservices on one side and application servers, such as JBoss WildFly, IBM WebSphere, Oracle WebLogic, GlassFish, and others.

We will get to know JAX-RS, CDI, JAX-P and JAX-B, JPA, JDBC, EJB, JMS, JAX-WS, JTS and advanced AMQP, MQTT and other messaging systems. We will also get acquainted with event streaming and reactive concepts.

We will get to know JAX-RS, CDI, JAX-P and JAX-B, JPA, JDBC, EJB, JMS, JAX-WS, JTS and advanced AMQP, MQTT and other messaging systems. We will also get familiar with event streaming and reactive concepts.

We will also get familiar with web services
REST and SOAP, JSON, OpenAPI, Swagger, WSDL, XSD, etc. For the development of client web pages
applications will get familiar with HTML5 / JavaScript and Angular.

We will also
learn how to develop cloud-ready application using microservices, containers
and scalability. We will get familiar with Docker and Kubernetes.

Students will
also get familiar with Continuous Integration and Deployment, and learn how to
use code repositories (Git), build tools (Maven), build servers (Jenkins) and
artifact repository (Nexus).

The course is
practically oriented with exercises. Students develop an application using an
application server of their choice.
will be prepared for challenging development projects and their management.
course will provide enough knowledge for students obtain certificates for Java EE

In the Web Programming course will perform an overview of technologies that are used within the web, web servers, web browsers and web applications.

We'll focus on basics of web page development (HTML5 and CSS3), supplement them with an overview of client-side development (JavaScript), server-side development (Node.js) and implementation of REST API access to the database (MongoDB).

The goal of the course is to give students an overview of heterogeneous technologies and provide capability for autonomous learning of new technologies in development and a special emphasis will be given on a full-stack development.

The course consists of lectures, laboratory exercises and a project (own web application) that student present by part throughout the semester.

The evolution of computing resulted in not only a skyrocketing number of computing devices (approximated to be reach around 30 billion in 2020), but also in the diversity of these devices. With ubiquity came specialisation, thus, in order to address different needs, devices come with different processing, storage, sensing, and networking capabilities, energy requirements, they support different interaction modalities, etc. In this course, in contrast to general purpose programming, we concentrate on software development for specific platforms, such as mobile, embedded, low-power, networked, and others. We particularly concentrate on the constraints and mechanisms that characterise a particular platform, as well as on the programming APIs available at the platform. Since many of the platforms are already covered by other courses in the curriculum, in this class we pay a particular attention to mobile and embedded computing. A large part of this course covers programming in Android, the most popular mobile computing platform. We thoroughly cover a number of aspects of Android programming, including user interface development, networking, sensing, background processing, and distributed (client-server) application development. We also address aspects related to machine learning on resource-constrained devices and energy-efficient context inference. The course involves a significant practical programming component. The students are expected to complete a semester-long project managed via Scrum programming sprints.