Fourier series express functions as a sum of sines and cosines of different frequencies. Bessel series are analogous, expressing functions as a sum of Bessel functions of different orders.
Fourier series arise naturally when working in rectangular coordinates. Bessel series arise naturally when working in polar coordinates.
The Fourier series for a constant is trivial. You can think of a constant as a cosine with frequency zero.
The Bessel series for a constant is not as simple, but more interesting. Here we have:
Since we can write the series above as the following infinite series: