Java EE7 Development and Hosting on OpenShift with Wildfly: Part 1

Java EE7 Development and Hosting on OpenShift with Wildfly: Part 1

Most of the Java EE 7 books on the market today do a good job of explaining Java EE basics and the features introduced in Java EE 7, but they lack a tutorial kind of approach to help developers build modern web applications. By modern web applications, I mean web applications running in the cloud that expose a RESTful back end, which is consumed by a JavaScript MV* front end.

In this blog post series, I am planning to write a simple-but-real application that implements authentication, authorization, database migration, email integration, social provider integration, NoSQL database integration, HTML 5 templates, JavaScript MV* framework, caching etc.

The application developed in this series is a simple blogging platform allowing users to write and publish blog posts. The application is built using a Java EE 7 back end with PostgreSQL as the database. The application exposes a RESTful back end that’s consumed by an AngularJS-based front end. We will also use Redis, a key-value NoSQL data store, as well.

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