Best Spring Boot Courses

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Spring & Hibernate for Beginners (includes Spring Boot)

Spring 5: Learn Spring 5 Core, AOP, Spring MVC, Spring Security, Spring REST, Spring Boot 2, Thymeleaf, JPA & Hibernate

Created by Chad Darby - Popular Java Spring Instructor - Best Seller

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Students: 220551, Price: $89.99

Students: 220551, Price:  Paid

SPRING BOOT SECTION NOW INCLUDES OVER 6.5 HOURS OF NEW VIDEOS

#1 BEST SELLING SPRING-HIBERNATE COURSE ON UDEMY - OVER 55,000 REVIEWS - 5 STARS! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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THIS COURSE COVERS SPRING 5

LEARN these HOT TOPICS in Spring 5:

  • Spring Framework 5

  • Spring Core

  • Spring Annotations

  • Spring Java Configuration (all Java, no xml)

  • Spring AOP

  • Spring MVC

  • Hibernate CRUD

  • JPA CRUD

  • Spring Security

  • Spring REST

  • Maven

SPRING BOOT

  • Spring Boot Starters

  • Spring Boot and Hibernate

  • Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA

  • Spring Boot and Spring Data REST

  • Spring Boot, Thymeleaf and Spring MVC

REAL-TIME PROJECTS

  • Spring MVC and Hibernate CRUD real-time project

  • Spring Security (with password encryption in the database)

  • Spring REST (with full database CRUD real-time project)

  • Spring Boot REST (with full database CRUD real-time project)

  • Spring Boot with JPA and Spring Data JPA (with full database CRUD real-time project)

  • Spring Boot with Spring Data REST (with full database CRUD real-time project)

  • Spring Boot with Thymeleaf (with full database CRUD real-time project)

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[COURSE UPDATES]:

Updated course to SPRING 5 and Tomcat 9

Added Spring Boot and Thymeleaf videos ... 12 videos, 2.5 hours of new content 

Added Spring Boot videos ... 34 videos, 4 hours of new content 

Added Spring Security Role-based Registration lecture  

Added ADVANCED Spring REST videos ... 40 videos, 3 hours of new content  

Added Spring REST videos ... 18 videos, 1.5 hours of new content 

Added Spring Security User Registration Lecture  

Added Spring Security JDBC videos ... 16 new videos, 1 hour  of new content

Added more Spring Security videos ... 52 videos, 3.5 hours of new content 

Added Spring Security videos ... 16 new videos, 1 hour of new content

New Advanced Hibernate videos ... 57 new videos, 4 hours of new content

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This course covers the LATEST VERSIONS of Spring 5 and Hibernate 5! The course also includes Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA

Build a complete Spring MVC + Hibernate CRUD web app ... all from scratch! (real-time project)

You will learn about: Spring Core, AOP, Spring MVC, Spring Security, Spring REST, Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA, Spring Data REST, Thymeleaf and Hibernate ... all connected to a MySQL database

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By the end of this course, you will create all of the source code for a complete Spring MVC - Hibernate CRUD real-time project.

You will also develop Spring REST APIs for a full CRUD REST API real-time project.

You will type in every line of code with me in the videos ... all from scratch.

I explain every line of code that we create. So this isn't a copy/paste exercise, you will have a full understanding of the code. 

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I am a RESPONSIVE INSTRUCTOR .... post your questions and I will RESPOND in 24 hours.

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Join 215,000+ students that are already enrolled! 

Over 55,000+ Reviews! (the most reviews for any Spring-Hibernate course on Udemy, nearly TRIPLE the nearest competitor) 

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Sample of the reviews:       

★★★★★ 

I worked in some company, so I can say that this course is 100% industry oriented. The best course for learning Spring Framework. Getting replies within 24 hours.  - Premang

★★★★★ 

Chad Darby has done a superb job organizing this course, and has made Spring Framework, MVC, AOP, Hibernate, Security easy to learn and use. I have a bs and ms in CS, have been developing software for 25 years, and have taken many courses over the years at the different companies I've been at and Chad is easily the best instructor I've had.

He's extremely well-organized and knowledgeable, and lays out this course in a step-by-step approach to fully cover the material and make it easy to learn. I highly recommend this course, and Chad as an instructor.

I'm adding to my review following Chad's recent updates to his course to cover Spring Boot, JPA, etc. After finishing the course originally, I found another Spring Boot class, and after working on this other class, I appreciate more what Chad has done here. He's made Spring Boot for CRUD applications with Thymeleaf very easy to follow and learn. I've taken half a dozen other software courses, and while other instructors might be good, Chad is the gold standard here. I can't recommend him highly enough.  - Dave Zeltserman                                         

★★★★★ 

This is the best tutorial I've seen so far for Spring/Hibernate, each step is well explained and the tutorial videos are made to a high standard. I highly recommend this course! - Rob

★★★★★

Hats off to you Chad, the best Spring fundamentals course I have done on Udemy thus far. You never disappoint. - Morebodi Modise

★★★★★

Chad is an excellent natural teacher. His course is well organized. He makes difficult concepts very easy to understand. - Julie Hodgson

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Live Coding - I code all of the real-time projects from scratch

All source code is available for download

Responsive Instructor - All questions answered within 24 hours

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PDFs of all lectures are available for download

Closed-Captions / Subtitles available for English and other languages (new!)

Professional video and audio recordings (check the free previews)

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This course includes mini-courses on Maven, Spring Security, Spring REST and Spring Boot. These mini-courses are designed to help you quickly get started with Maven, Spring Security, Spring REST and Spring Boot.

Mini-Courses

  • Maven mini-course includes 16 videos (1 hour of video)

  • Spring Security mini-course includes 68 videos (5 hours of video)

  • Spring REST mini-course includes 55 videos (4.5 hours of video)

  • Spring Boot mini-course includes 39 videos (6.5 hours of video)

This is all included in this existing course. :)

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What Is Spring?

Spring is an enterprise Java framework. It was designed to simplify Java EE development and make developers more productive. Spring makes use of Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection to promote good software coding practices and speed up development time.

This course covers Spring Core, Annotations, All Java Spring Configuration, Spring AOP, Spring MVC, Spring Security, Spring REST, Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA.

What Is Hibernate?

Hibernate is an Object-to-Relational-Mapping (ORM) framework. It simplifies database access for Java applications. By using the framework, you can easily store and retrieve Java objects by setting up some simple configuration mappings.

This course covers basic Hibernate CRUD. Also, advanced Hibernate mappings are covered for one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many.

Benefits of Taking This Spring and Hibernate Course

Knowing Spring and Hibernate can get you a job or improve the one you have.
It's a skill that will put you more in demand in the enterprise Java  industry, and make your software life easier, that's why
it's so popular. 

Nearly every job posting asks for skills in Spring and Hibernate!

This course will help you quickly get up to speed with Spring and Hibernate. I will demystify the technology and help you understand the essential concepts to build a real Spring and Hibernate application from scratch.

You Will Learn How To

  • Spring Core

    • Build a complete Spring MVC and Hibernate CRUD Project ... all from scratch

    • Set up your Spring and Hibernate development environment with Tomcat and Eclipse

    • Wire beans together in the Spring container using Inversion of Control

    • Configure the Spring container for Dependency Injection

    • Define Spring Beans using the @Component annotation

    • Perform auto-scanning of Spring beans to minimize configuration

    • Automatically wire beans together using @Autowired annotation

    • Apply all Java configuration to Spring Beans (no xml)

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  • Spring MVC

    • Set up your Spring MVC environment with configs and directories

    • Create controllers using @Controller annotation

    • Read HTML form data using @RequestParam

    • Leverage Spring MVC model to transport data between controller and view page

    • Define Request Mappings for GET and POST requests

    • Minimize coding with Spring MVC Form data binding

    • Apply Spring MVC form validation on user input

    • Create custom Spring MVC form validation rules

    • .

  • Hibernate

    • Perform object/relational mapping with Hibernate

    • Leverage the Hibernate API to develop CRUD apps

    • Develop queries using the Hibernate Query Language (HQL)

    • Apply advanced Hibernate mappings: one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many

    • Create a real-time project using Spring and Hibernate together in a Real-Time Project

    • .

  • Spring AOP

    • Apply Aspect-Oriented-Programming AOP for cross-cutting concerns

    • Examine AOP use-cases and how AOP can resolve code-tangling

    • Create AOP pointcut expressions to match on method invocations

    • Leverage AOP annotations: @Before, @After, @AfterReturning, @AfterThrowing, @Around

    • Create a real-time project using AOP and Spring MVC together in a Real-Time Project

    • .

  • Spring Security

    • Secure your web application with Spring Security

    • Set up your Maven pom.xml file with compatible Spring Security dependencies

    • Configure Spring Security with all Java configuration (no xml)

    • Create custom Spring Security login pages with Bootstrap CSS

    • Add logout support using default features of Spring Security

    • Leverage Spring Security support for Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

    • Define users and roles for authentication

    • Display user login info and role using Spring Security tags

    • Restrict access to URLs based on user role

    • Hide and Display content based on user role

    • Add JDBC authentication, store user accounts and passwords in the database

    • Store encrypted passwords in the database using bcrypt

    • Register new users and encrypt passwords using Java code

    • Create a Spring Security Real-Time Project using authorization, authentication and database encryption

    • .

  • Spring REST Web Services - Spring REST APIs

    • Overview of REST Web Services - REST APIs

    • Investigating Spring REST support

    • Sending JSON data over HTTP

    • JSON Data Binding with the Jackson project

    • Converting JSON data to Java POJO with Jackson

    • Processing nested JSON objects and JSON arrays

    • Developing a Spring REST API

    • Setting up a Spring REST project with Maven

    • Creating the Spring REST Controller using @RestController

    • Running the Spring REST Controller with Eclipse and Tomcat

    • Testing Spring REST Web Services with Postman

    • Parameterize REST API endpoints using @PathVariable

    • Add Spring REST exception handling with @ExceptionHandler

    • Integrate global REST exception handling with @ControllerAdvice

    • Leverage ResponseEntity for fine-grained control of Spring REST HTTP response

    • Build REST API to execute CRUD actions on the Database with Hibernate

    • Create a Real-Time Project using REST API with full database CRUD

    • .

  • Spring Boot

    • What is Spring Boot?

    • Creating a Project with Spring Boot Initializr

    • Develop a REST API Controller with Spring Boot

    • Explore the Spring Boot Project Structure

    • Leverage Spring Boot Starters - A Curated List of Dependencies

    • Inherit Defaults with Spring Boot Starter Parents

    • Automatically Restart with Spring Boot Dev Tools

    • Add DevOps functionality with Spring Boot Actuator Endpoints

    • Secure Spring Boot Actuator Endpoints

    • Run Spring Boot apps from the Command-Line

    • Use the Spring Boot Maven Plugin to package and run Spring Boot apps

    • Inject custom application properties into a Spring Boot REST Controller

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  • Spring Boot REST API CRUD

    • Develop a REST API Controller with Spring Boot with full CRUD support

    • Configure Spring Boot Data Source for MySQL Database

    • Create DAO implementations using JPA Entity Manager

    • Apply Best Practices by integrating a Service Layer

    • Expose REST API endpoints in Controller code (GET, POST, PUT and DELETE)

    • Access the REST API using Postman

    • Add support for Standard JPA API

    • Learn the benefits of the JPA API in Spring Boot applications

    • .

  • Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA

    • Minimize boilerplate code with Spring Data JPA and the JpaRepository

    • Refactor existing REST API to integrate with Spring Data JPA

    • Leverage new features of the the Java Optional pattern with JpaRepository

    • Test the Spring Data JPA repository with Postman

    • .

  • Spring Boot and Spring Data REST

    • Accelerate your development process with Spring Data REST

    • Leverage Spring Data REST to eliminate custom code for controllers and service

    • Automatically expose REST endpoints for your JPA Repositories

    • Customize REST base path endpoints

    • Apply pagination and sorting to REST API endpoints

    • Configure default page sizes for REST APIs

    • Investigate HATEOAS compliant REST responses

    • Test Spring Data REST with Postman

    • .

  • Spring Boot and Thymeleaf

    • Develop view templates with Thymeleaf in Spring Boot projects

    • Compare the functionality of Thymeleaf to JSP

    • Examine the auto-configuration of Thymeleaf in Spring Boot projects

    • Create a Spring Boot project with Thymeleaf using the Spring Initializer website

    • Develop a Spring MVC Controller and a Thymeleaf template

    • Leverage Thymeleaf expressions to access data from the Spring MVC Model

    • Apply CSS stylesheets to your Thymeleaf templates

    • .

  • Spring Boot, Thymeleaf and Database CRUD

    • Develop a real-time project with Thymeleaf and Spring Boot with full database CRUD support

    • Integrate the @Repository to execute CRUD actions on the Database with Spring Data JPA

    • Apply best practices with the @Service layer design pattern

    • Create a @Controller to handle web browser requests

    • Develop Thymeleaf templates to render database results

    • Beautify your Thymeleaf templates with Bootstrap CSS

    • .

  • Maven

    • Simplify your build process with Maven

    • Create Maven POM files and add dependencies

    • Search Central Maven repository for Dependency Coordinates

    • Run Maven builds from the Eclipse IDE

    • Use Maven during the development of Real-Time Projects for Spring MVC, Spring Security, Spring REST, Spring Boot and Hibernate.

Compared to other Spring/Hibernate courses 

This course is fully up to date and covers the latest versions of Spring 5 and Hibernate 5. The course also includes new content on Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA, Spring Data REST and Thymeleaf.

Beware of other Udemy Spring/Hibernate courses. Most of them are outdated and use old versions of Spring and Hibernate. Don’t waste your time or money on learning outdated technology.

Also, I create all of the code from scratch in this course. Beware of other courses, those instructors simply copy/paste from their github repo or they use pre-written code. Their approach is not ideal for real-time learning. 

Take my course where I show you how to create all of the code from scratch. You can type the code along with me in the videos, which is the best way to learn.

I am a very responsive instructor and I am available to answer your questions and help you work through any problems.

Finally, all source code is provided with the course along with setup instructions.


Student Reviews Prove This Course's Worth

Those who have reviewed the course have pointed out that the instruction is clear and easy to follow, as well as thorough and highly informative. 

Many students had also taken other Spring and Hibernate courses in the past, only to find that this Spring and Hibernate course was their favorite. They enjoyed the structure of the content and the high quality audio/video.

Sample of the Student Reviews:

★★★★★ 

I worked in some company, so I can say that this course is 100% industry oriented. The best course for learning Spring Framework. Getting replies within 24 hours.  - Premang

★★★★★ 

Chad Darby has done a superb job organizing this course, and has made Spring Framework, MVC, AOP, Hibernate, Security easy to learn and use. I have a bs and ms in CS, have been developing software for 25 years, and have taken many courses over the years at the different companies I've been at and Chad is easily the best instructor I've had.

He's extremely well-organized and knowledgeable, and lays out this course in a step-by-step approach to fully cover the material and make it easy to learn. I highly recommend this course, and Chad as an instructor.

I'm adding to my review following Chad's recent updates to his course to cover Spring Boot, JPA, etc. After finishing the course originally, I found another Spring Boot class, and after working on this other class, I appreciate more what Chad has done here. He's made Spring Boot for CRUD applications with Thymeleaf very easy to follow and learn. I've taken half a dozen other software courses, and while other instructors might be good, Chad is the gold standard here. I can't recommend him highly enough.  - Dave Zeltserman

★★★★★

This is the best tutorial I've seen so far for Spring/Hibernate, each step is well explained and the tutorial videos are made to a high standard. I highly recommend this course! - Rob

★★★★★

Hats off to you Chad, the best Spring fundamentals course I have done on Udemy thus far. You never disappoint. - Morebodi Modise

★★★★★

Chad is an excellent natural teacher. His course is well organized. He makes difficult concepts very easy to understand. - Julie Hodgson

Quality Material

You will receive a quality course, with solid technical material and
excellent audio and video production. This is my fifth course at Udemy.

My first four courses on Udemy were:

  • Eclipse IDE for Beginners

  • Java Database Connection (JDBC)

  • JavaServer Faces (JSF) for Beginners

  • JSP and Servlets for Beginners

These courses have received rave 5 star reviews and over 450,000 students have taken the courses. Also, these courses are the most popular courses in their respective categories. 

Similar thing for this Spring course, it is ranked as #1 best seller for Spring courses.

I also have an active YouTube channel where I post regular videos. In the past year, I’ve created over 300 video tutorials (public and private). My YouTube channel has over 5 million views and 38k subscribers. So I understand what works and what doesn’t work for creating video tutorials.

No Risk – Money-Back Guarantee 

Finally, there is no risk. You can preview 25% of
the course for free. Once you purchase the course, if for some reason
you are not happy with the course, Udemy offers a 30-day money back guarantee.

So you have nothing to lose, sign up for this course and learn how to build Spring and Hibernate Real-Time Projects from scratch!

Target Audience

Java Developers with basic Java experience

Master Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Go from Restful Web Services ( REST API ) to Microservices - Java , Spring Boot , Spring Cloud , Docker and Kubernetes

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 128080, Price: $109.99

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Do you want to Learn to Build an Amazing REST API with Spring Boot? Do you want to learn what the Hype about Microservices is all about? Do you want to Build Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud? Do you want to Build Containers with Docker? Do you want to orchestrate Microservices with Kubernetes? Look no Further!

UPDATE 2021 JAN: New Sections on DOCKER and KUBERNETES.

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - Anyone willing to learn Spring Cloud API's and Spring Rest must enroll for the course without second-thoughts.

5 STARS - Probably I can say this is best tutorial for Spring boot as well as Micro Service for the learners who have just started there work/projects on these technologies.

5 STARS - This was an excellent course! The instructor provided great examples that were straight-forward and easy to understand….. I would highly recommend his courses if you want to solid introduction to spring boot and the spring framework.

5 STARS - Very helpful for the beginners as well as experienced people to gain knowledge on Restful Web-services and Spring boot. Thank you for such a nice tutorial.

5 STARS - This was perfect course to get introduced to the world of microservices. Instructor explained each topic by first listing the problems that the particular solution is going to solve.

5 STARS - Great course, the teacher explains everything in a good way making good examples that makes easy to understand how this knowledge can be use in real project. All the courses of in28minutes are great, i'm waiting for the next great course.

5 STARS - The instructor's has a unique style of teaching which is very uncomplicated , up-to-the point and very effective. Great job!

5 STARS - This one is the most awesome course that I have ever purchased in udemy!

COURSE OVERVIEW:

Developing RESTful web services and REST API is fun. The combination of Java, Spring Boot, Spring Web MVC, Spring Web Services and JPA makes it even more fun. And its even more fun to create Microservices.

There are two parts to this course - RESTful web services and Microservices

Architectures are moving towards microservices. RESTful web services are the first step to developing great microservices. Java and Spring Boot, in combination with Spring Web MVC (also called Spring REST) makes it easy to develop RESTful web services.

In the first part of the course, you will learn the basics of RESTful web services developing resources for a social media application. You will learn to implement these resources with multiple features - versioning, exception handling, documentation (Swagger), basic authentication (Spring Security), filtering and HATEOAS. You will learn the best practices in designing RESTful web services.

In this part of the course, you will be using Spring (Dependency Management), Spring MVC (or Spring REST), Spring Boot, Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization), Spring Boot Actuator (Monitoring), Swagger (Documentation), Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE), Postman (REST Services Client) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

In the second part of the course, you will learn the basics of Microservices. You will understand how to implement microservices using Spring Cloud.

In this part of the course, you will learn to establish communication between microservices, enable load balancing, scaling up and down of microservices. You will also learn to centralize the configuration of microservices with Spring Cloud Config Server. You will implement Eureka Naming Server and Distributed tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin. You will create fault tolerant microservices with Zipkin.

In the third part of the course, you will learn the basics of Docker. You will understand how to build containers for microservices built using Docker and Spring Cloud.

In the fourth part of the course, you will learn the basics of Kubernetes. You will understand how to orchestrate microservices with Kubernetes.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EVERY IN28MINUTES COURSE

in28Minutes offers 30 Best Selling Courses providing Amazing Learning Experiences to 500,000 Learners across the world.

Each of these courses come with

  • Amazing Hands-on Step By Step Learning Experiences

  • Real Project Experiences using the Best Tools and Frameworks

  • Awesome Troubleshooting Guides with 200+ FAQs Answered

  • Friendly Support in the Q&A section

  • Free Udemy Certificate of Completion on Completion of Course

HERE ARE A FEW REVIEWS ON THE IN28MINUTES WAY

5 STARS - Excellent, fabulous. The way he has prepared the material and the way he teaches is really awesome. What an effort .. Thanks a million

5 STARS - A lot of preparation work has taken place from the teacher and this is visible throughout the course.

5 STARS - This guy is fantastic. Really. Wonderful teaching skills, and goes well out of his way to make sure that everything he is doing is fully understood. This is the kind of tutorial that gets me excited to work with a framework that I may otherwise not be.

5 STARS - The best part of it is the hands-on approach which the author maintained throughout the course as he had promised at the beginning of the lecture. He explains the concepts really well and also makes sure that there is not a single line of code you type without understanding what it really does.

5 STARS - I also appreciate the mind and hands approach of teaching something and then having the student apply it. It makes everything a lot clearer for the student and uncovers issues that we will face in our project early.

5 STARS - Amazing course. Explained super difficult concepts (that I have spent hours on the internet finding a good explanation) in under 5 minutes.

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STEP BY STEP DETAILS

RESTful Web Services 

  • Step 01 - Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot

  • Step 02 - Understanding the RESTful Services we would create in this course

  • Step 03 - Creating a Hello World Service

  • Step 04 - Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean

  • Step 05 - Quick Review of Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet - What's happening in the background?

  • Step 06 - Enhancing the Hello World Service with a Path Variable

  • Step 07 - Creating User Bean and User Service

  • Step 08 - Implementing GET Methods for User Resource

  • Step 09 - Implementing POST Method to create User Resource

  • Step 10 - Enhancing POST Method to return correct HTTP Status Code and Location URI

  • Step 11 - Implementing Exception Handling - 404 Resource Not Found

  • Step 12 - Implementing Generic Exception Handling for all Resources

  • Step 13 - Exercise : User Post Resource and Exception Handling

  • Step 14 - Implementing DELETE Method to delete a User Resource

  • Step 15 - Implementing Validations for RESTful Services

  • Step 16 - Implementing HATEOAS for RESTful Services

  • Step 17 - Overview of Advanced RESTful Service Features

  • Step 18 - Internationalization for RESTful Services

  • Step 19 - Content Negotiation - Implementing Support for XML

  • Step 20 - Configuring Auto Generation of Swagger Documentation

  • Step 21 - Introduction to Swagger Documentation Format

  • Step 22 - Enhancing Swagger Documentation with Custom Annotations

  • Step 23 - Monitoring APIs with Spring Boot Actuator

  • Step 24 - Implementing Static Filtering for RESTful Service

  • Step 25 - Implementing Dynamic Filtering for RESTful Service

  • Step 26 - Versioning RESTful Services - Basic Approach with URIs

  • Step 27 - Versioning RESTful Services - Header and Content Negotiation Approaches

  • Step 28 - Implementing Basic Authentication with Spring Security

  • Step 29 - Overview of Connecting RESTful Service to JPA

  • Step 30 - Creating User Entity and some test data

  • Step 31 - Updating GET methods on User Resource to use JPA

  • Step 32 - Updating POST and DELETE methods on User Resource to use JPA

  • Step 33 - Creating Post Entity and Many to One Relationship with User Entity

  • Step 34 - Implementing a GET service to retrieve all Posts of a User

  • Step 35 - Implementing a POST service to create a Post for a User

  • Step 36 - Richardson Maturity Model

  • Step 37 - RESTful Services Best Practices

Microservices with Spring Cloud

  • Step 01 - Part 1 - Introduction to Limits Microservice and Spring Cloud Config Server

  • Step 01 - Part 2 - Setting up Limits Microservice

  • Step 02 - Creating a hard coded limits service

  • Step 03 - Enhance limits service to pick up configuration from application properties

  • Step 04 - Setting up Spring Cloud Config Server

  • Step 05 - Installing Git

  • Step 06 - Creating Local Git Repository

  • Step 07 - Connect Spring Cloud Config Server to Local Git Repository

  • Step 08 - Configuration for Multiple Environments in Git Repository

  • Step 09 - Connect Limits Service to Spring Cloud Config Server

  • Step 10 - Configuring Profiles for Limits Service

  • Step 11 - A review of Spring Cloud Config Server

  • Step 12 - Introduction to Currency Conversion and Currency Exchange Microservices

  • Step 13 - Setting up Currency Exchange Microservice

  • Step 14 - Create a simple hard coded currency exchange service

  • Step 15 - Setting up Dynamic Port in the the Response

  • Step 16 - Configure JPA and Initialized Data

  • Step 17 - Create a JPA Repository

  • Step 18 - Setting up Currency Conversion Microservice

  • Step 19 - Creating a service for currency conversion

  • Step 20 - Invoking Currency Exchange Microservice from Currency Conversion Microservice

  • Step 21 - Using Feign REST Client for Service Invocation

  • Step 22 - Setting up client side load balancing with Ribbon

  • Step 23 - Running client side load balancing with Ribbon

  • Step 24 - Understand the need for a Naming Server

  • Step 25 - Setting up Eureka Naming Server

  • Step 26 - Connecting Currency Conversion Microservice to Eureka

  • Step 27 - Connecting Currency Exchange Microservice to Eureka

  • Step 28 - Distributing calls using Eureka and Ribbon

  • Step 29 - A review of implementing Eureka, Ribbon and Feign

  • Step 30 - Introduction to API Gateways

  • Step 31 - Setting up Zuul API Gateway

  • Step 32 - Implementing Zuul Logging Filter

  • Step 33 - Executing a request through Zuul API Gateway

  • Step 34 - Setting up Zuul API Gateway between microservice invocations

  • Step 35 - Introduction to Distributed Tracing

  • Step 36 - Implementing Spring Cloud Sleuth

  • Step 37 - Introduction to Distributed Tracing with Zipkin

  • Step 38 - Installing Rabbit MQ

  • Step 39 - Setting up Distributed Tracing with Zipkin

  • Step 40 - Connecting microservices to Zipkin

  • Step 41 - Using Zipkin UI Dashboard to trace requests

  • Step 42 - Understanding the need for Spring Cloud Bus

  • Step 43 - Implementing Spring Cloud Bus

  • Step 44 - Fault Tolerance with Hystrix

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Spring Framework Master Class – Java Spring the Modern Way

Learn the magic of Java Spring Framework with Spring Boot, Spring JDBC, Spring AOP, Hibernate, JUnit & Mockito

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 105923, Price: $109.99

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Do you want to become an Expert on the Spring Framework?  Do you want to become a Modern Spring Developer? Join the course to learn Spring Framework the Modern Way - The way Real World Java Projects use it!

Learn the magic of Spring Framework. From IOC (Inversion of Control), DI (Dependency Injection), Application Context to the world of Java Spring Boot, Spring AOP, Spring JDBC and JPA. Get set for an incredible journey.

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - This is so far the best Spring course I have been taking. Start from simple and easy, yet in-depth explanation. Really well-designed! Recommend to anyone like me that have a medium java background (learned from school class), but completely new to Spring. And it is also a great practice for what I learned from our OOAD course at school. Now it is crystal clear to me!! Highly recommended!

5 STARS - Excellent In-depth, Real World Oriented Course with Excellent teaching style with crystal clear explanations - in general a course cannot be better than this in my opinion. Thank you for this superb training experience Ranga.

5 STARS - The instructor is very knowledgeable, and what makes this course a winner is the scope of each example along with its explanation. The lectures are short, and enough to introduce and understand the topic to make it functional. It really helps that it is hands-on, and I had no trouble or errors running any of the code. You learn the essentials to work with Spring, but also guides you through Eclipse and shortcuts which are very useful. The pace and length of the lectures are perfect! Extremely well done! This knowledge would have taken me a lot longer to learn were it not for this course, Thank you Ranga!

5 STARS - I know a lot more about dependency injection, IOC, loose-coupling, and application context thanks to Ranga. He has changed my life. I am now more knowledgeable about Spring framework and am really confident in my interviews. He deserves every penny from me and needs to become a millionaire for making me position myself to potentially becoming a Spring Guru.

5 STARS - This course shifted me to a new level of understanding Spring. Great tutor.

5 STARS - Great course and to the point, which is helpful if you need to brush up/learn all you need fast all while understanding the fundamental concepts about spring/spring mvc/spring boot and their related technologies.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

In this course, you will learn the features of Spring, Spring Boot and Spring Modules - JDBC, AOP, Data JPA with hands-on step by step approach.

You will get introduced to Spring Boot, Unit Testing with JUnit and Mockito, talking to the database with Spring JDBC and JPA, Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

You will learn about Spring step by step - in more than 100 steps. This course would be a perfect first step as an introduction to Spring.

You will learn about

  • Basics of Spring Framework - Dependency Injection, IOC Container, Application Context and Bean Factory.

  • Spring Annotations - @Autowired, @Component, @Service, @Repository, @Configuration, @Primary....

  • Spring MVC in depth - DispatcherServlet , Model, Controllers and ViewResolver

  • Spring Boot Starters - Spring Boot Starter Web, Starter Data Jpa, Starter Test

  • Basics of Spring Boot, Spring AOP, Spring JDBC and JPA

  • Basics of Eclipse, Maven, JUnit and Mockito

  • Basic concept of a Web application step by step using JSP Servlets and Spring MVC

  • Unit testing with JUnit and Mockito using XML and Java Spring Application Contexts

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

Level 1 : Spring Framework in 10 Steps

  1. Step 1 - Setting up a Spring Project

  2. Step 2 - Understanding Tight Coupling using the Binary Search Algorithm Example

  3. Step 3 - Making the Binary Search Algorithm Example Loosely Coupled

  4. Step 4 - Using Spring to Manage Dependencies - @Component, @Autowired

  5. Step 5 - What is happening in the background?

  6. Step 6 - Dynamic auto wiring and Troubleshooting - @Primary

  7. Step 7 - Constructor and Setter Injection

  8. Step 8 - Spring Modules

  9. Step 9 - Spring Projects

  10. Step 10 - Why is Spring Popular?

Level 2 : Spring in Depth

  1. Step 11 - Dependency Injection - A few more examples

  2. Step 12 - Autowiring in Depth - by Name and @Primary

  3. Step 13 - Autowiring in Depth - @Qualifier annotation

  4. Step 14 - Scope of a Bean - Prototype and Singleton

  5. Step 15 - Complex scenarios with Scope of a Spring Bean - Mix of Prototype and Singleton

  6. Step 15B - Difference Between Spring Singleton and GOF Singleton

  7. Step 16 - Using Component Scan to scan for beans

  8. Step 17 - Lifecycle of a Bean - @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy

  9. Step 18 - Container and Dependency Injection (CDI) - @Named, @Inject

  10. Step 19 - Removing Spring Boot in Basic Application

  11. Step 20 - Fixing minor stuff - Add Logback and Close Application Context

  12. Step 21 - Defining Spring Application Context using XML - Part 1

  13. Step 22 - Defining Spring Application Context using XML - Part 2

  14. Step 23 - Mixing XML Context with Component Scan for Beans defined with Annotations

  15. Step 24 - IOC Container vs Application Context vs Bean Factory

  16. Step 25 - @Component vs @Service vs @Repository vs @Controller

  17. Step 26 - Read values from external properties file

Level 3 has 3 steps on Unit Tests with Java and XML Contexts

Level 4 : Spring Boot in 10 Steps

  1. Step 1 : Introduction to Spring Boot - Goals and Important Features

  2. Step 2 : Developing Spring Applications before Spring Boot

  3. Step 3 : Using Spring Initializr to create a Spring Boot Application

  4. Step 4 : Creating a Simple REST Controller

  5. Step 5 : What is Spring Boot Auto Configuration?

  6. Step 6 : Spring Boot vs Spring vs Spring MVC

  7. Step 7 : Spring Boot Starter Projects - Starter Web and Starter JPA

  8. Step 8 : Overview of different Spring Boot Starter Projects

  9. Step 9 : Spring Boot Actuator

  10. Step 10 : Spring Boot Developer Tools

Level 5 : Spring AOP

  1. Step 01 - Setting up AOP Example - Part 1

  2. Step 02 - Setting up AOP Example - Part 2

  3. Step 03 - Defining an @Before advice

  4. Step 04 - Understand AOP Terminology - Pointcut, Advice, Aspect, Join Point, Weaving and Weaver

  5. Step 05 - Using @After, @AfterReturning, @AfterThrowing advices

  6. Step 06 - Using @Around advice to implement performance tracing

  7. Step 07 - Best Practice : Use common Pointcut Configuration

  8. Step 08 - Quick summary of other Pointcuts

  9. Step 09 - Creating Custom Annotation and an Aspect for Tracking Time

Level 6 :Spring JDBC and JPA

  1. Step 01 - Setting up a project with JDBC, JPA, H2 and Web Dependencies

  2. Step 02 - Launching up H2 Console

  3. Step 03 - Creating a Database Table in H2

  4. Step 04 - Populate data into Person Table

  5. Step 05 - Implement findAll persons Spring JDBC Query Method

  6. Step 06 - Execute the findAll method using CommandLineRunner

  7. Step 07 - A Quick Review - JDBC vs Spring JDBC

  8. Step 08 - Whats in the background? Understanding Spring Boot Autoconfiguration

  9. Step 09 - Implementing findById Spring JDBC Query Method

  10. Step 10 - Implementing deleteById Spring JDBC Update Method

  11. Step 11 - Implementing insert and update Spring JDBC Update Methods

  12. Step 12 - Creating a custom Spring JDBC RowMapper

  13. Step 13 - Quick introduction to JPA

  14. Step 14 - Defining Person Entity

  15. Step 15 - Implementing findById JPA Repository Method

  16. Step 16 - Implementing insert and update JPA Repository Methods

  17. Step 17 - Implementing deleteById JPA Repository Method

  18. Step 18 - Implementing findAll using JPQL Named Query

  19. Step 19 - Introduction to Spring Data JPA

  20. Step 20 - Connecting to Other Databases

Start Learning Now. Hit the Enroll Button!

Spring Framework And Dependency Injection For Beginners

Spring Framework Getting Started And Dependency Injection Fundamentals Tutorial For Real World Application Development

Created by Sanjay Patel - Software Architect And Developer

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Students: 95962, Price: Free

Students: 95962, Price:  Free

If you are new to Spring Framework, or you know Spring but are new to Java configuration, take this as your first course.

In this step-by-step video tutorial, we are first going to learn how to quickly create a new Spring application, and then we are going to dive into the fundamentals of the dependency injection (IoC) features of Spring using Java and annotation based configuration, which is going to be extremely useful to you when taking any other course on Spring Framework.

Dependency Injection in Spring Framework is very vast, and a common real world developer needs to be readily knowing only a handful of commonly useful features. We are going to cover that handful of useful things here, to get you started developing real world applications fast. Later, when you need, you can always refer to Spring's documentation for the less commonly used features.

That said, here we are going to cover many key features useful in real world development, like Spring profiles, externalizing configuration etc., which are important for real world development, but you will not find those covered in many other tutorials.

Also, as a bonus, I am going to show you how simple it is to send SMTP mails in Spring Boot.

If you are new to Spring or Java configuration, I would highly recommend that before taking any other Spring course, you should take this course first.

You should be knowing Java to be able to follow this course. Knowledge of web development will help, because in some examples we have used a bit of Spring MVC, but is not needed.

This course also serves as the Module I of our full course "Spring Framework Rapid Tutorial For Real World Development."

Spring Framework 5: Beginner to Guru

Spring Framework 5: Learn Spring Framework 5, Spring Boot 2, Spring MVC, Spring Data JPA, Spring Data MongoDB, Hibernate

Created by John Thompson - Spring Framework Guru - Best Selling Instructor

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Students: 75918, Price: $99.99

Students: 75918, Price:  Paid

Learn Spring with the most modern and comprehensive course available for Spring Framework 5 and Spring Boot 2. You will see how to build multiple real world applications using Spring Framework 5.

This is the only major Spring Framework course on Udemy developed completely on version 5 of the Spring Framework.

Be careful of Spring Framework 4 courses, which have just added some content for Spring Framework 5.

This course shows you the latest Spring programing technologies and real world industry best practices.

You will learn to be a Spring Framework Guru!

★★★★★ What real Students are saying about this course ★★★★★

★★★★★ Really great course :) Tons of information about not only spring but also testing, docker, databases. Really recommend you this one! Thank you John :)

★★★★★ John Thompson is one the best instructors on Udemy and is the best Spring instructor. Awesome voice and clear explanations and slides.

★★★★★ I am an experienced Client side programmer with over 7 years of experience, currently in the process of migrating to the back-end. Before this course, I have tried many other courses, so I really mean this when I say it, this course is outstanding! The instructor is so expired and passionate about programming, It's addictive.

★★★★★ This course covers Spring Framework from A - Z, including newer concepts like Reactive and Webflux. The apps built along the way mimic real world apps and the assignments help reinforce the learning along the way. It assumes some Java experience, although not much. Overall I feel competent in Spring after having taken this course.

★★★★★ This has to be the best bang-for-buck course I've taken - ANYWHERE! This course covers a LOT of ground, getting your hands dirty with lots of other technologies and frameworks along the way (Mockito, Lombok, Docker, MySQL, H2, MongoDB, JUnit, CicleCI). If you're sitting on the fence about taking this course, take the plunge!

★★★★★ Unparalleled quality. The sheer volume of content in this course is absurd. There are so many unique resources that you can take advantage of to help you learn Spring. I have never seen an instructor work this hard to provide his students value from a course.

Inside This Course

The in demand technologies you will use to build Spring Framework applications, include:

  • Spring Framework 5

  • Spring Boot 2

  • Spring Data JPA

  • Spring MVC

  • Spring MockMVC

  • Spring WebFlux

  • Spring Web Client

  • Spring Data MongoDB

  • Spring RestDocs

  • Hibernate

  • Project Lombok

  • MapStruct

  • Maven

  • Gradle

  • JUnit 4 and JUnit 5

  • Mockito

All source code examples used in this course have been developed using the latest version of the Spring Framework - Spring Framework 5 and Spring Boot 2.

You will see how modern Spring Framework development is done by leveraging the features of Spring Boot 2. 

Jump In and Build a Spring MVC App with Spring Boot!

We'll jump right into web development with the Spring Framework. I'll show you how kick off a Spring Boot project by using the Spring Initializr. We will then go step by step to build a simple Book / Author web application. 

You will see how easy it is to use Spring Boot, Spring MVC, and Spring Data JPA to create a functional web application running under Tomcat with a H2 in-memory database.

Use Test Driven Development!

In addition to teaching you Spring Framework 5, you will learn about modern best practices used in enterprise application development. 

As we build the applications, you'll see me using Test Driven Development (TDD) with JUnit and Mockito.

You will learn how to test Spring applications using JUnit 4 and JUnit 5. While JUnit 5 has been released for some time, many companies are still using JUnit 4.

See how using Mockito mocks will keep your Spring Framework unit tests light and fast!

You'll also see how the Spring context can be used for more complex integration tests.

These techniques are best practices used by companies all over the world to build and manage large scale Spring Framework applications.

GitHub Source Code

You will have complete access to all source code examples used in the course.

In each lesson where we write code, you will have a link to GitHub with two branches in the Github repository. 

The first branch is the starting state of the code. 

The second branch is the ending state of the code. 

You can see exactly what changed in each lesson. Each step of the way, you have a working example you can use for troubleshooting.

In fact, you will get access to 24 (and growing!) different GitHub repositories - each packed with Spring Framework programming examples. 

And, you're encouraged to fork my GitHub repositories so you can share the Spring Framework applications, which you built, to future employers

Continuous Integration Builds

Since we are using GitHub and have great test coverage, I also show you how easy it is to set up Continuous Integration builds with CircleCI. 

Continuous Integration builds are another best practice used by enterprise developers. 

Using CircleCI makes your CI builds a snap!

Project Lombok

We all know Java development can require a lot of boiler plate code. It's just the nature of Java.

Would you like to see how to slash your boiler plate code using Project Lombok?

Spring Data JPA and Hibernate

Spring MVC and Hibernate have long been cornerstones of the Spring Framework. You will learn how to use Spring MVC, Spring Data JPA and Hibernate to build a real world web application. You'll learn about Hibernate configuration, and about the mapping of JPA entities. 

The Thymeleaf template engine is hugely popular with the Spring community. You will see how easy Spring Boot makes using Thymeleaf with Spring MVC.

While Bootstrap CSS is not a focus of the course, we will leverage Bootstrap CSS to make our web pages look awesome!

Spring MVC

Spring MVC has a lot of robust capabilities.

I start you off showing you how to build recipe application (using TDD, of course). 

Initially, it's all happy path development. We go back and add custom exception handling, form validation, and internationalization.

In the course you will also learn how to use Spring MVC to create RESTful APIs.

Reactive Programming

A big theme of Spring Framework 5 is Reactive Programming

Inside the course we build a web application using Thymeleaf, Spring MVC, Spring Data MongoDB, and MongoDB.

We then take the MongoDB application we built and convert it to a Reactive application. You'll see how you can leverage the new Reactive types inside the Spring Framework from the data tier to the web tier.

You will get to see step by step how to convert a traditional Spring MVC application to an end to end reactive application using the WebFlux framework - which is brand new to Spring Framework 5.

Spring Pet Clinic

Spring Pet Clinic is a classic reference application used to demonstrate best practices. The Pet Clinic application actually has it's origin within the J2EE/JEE community.

The Spring Framework team took the original Pet Clinic application and rebuilt it using Spring, to demonstrate best practices.

In this course, we will re-create the Spring Pet Clinic application.

You will get to see how to create a Spring Framework application from the ground up. Step by Step.

The approach used to develop the Spring Pet Clinic application is slightly different than the other applications developed in the course.

In addition to showing you how to build a Spring Framework application, you will see best practices in software development.

We start off the Pet Clinic project by creating a GitHub repository. Then using Spring Initializer to generate the basic shell of Spring Boot project.

Next you see how to use GitHub to mimic Agile development practices, such as using issues and a backlog.

We plan development of the Spring Pet Clinic using GitHub Issues. Planning work into issues creates a work backlog, which is an important Agile concept.

In fact, many organizations have a formal rule that no code is changed without having an issue or some type of ticket (in Github, Jira, or some other issue tracker)

From there, we use GitHub issues to complete programming assignments. Lessons start with a GitHub ticket, then we complete the programming assignment.

You will see how to build a Spring Framework application, step by step, using best practices in software development.

Course Extra - IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

Students enrolling in the course can receive a free 4 month trial license to IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate! Get hands on experience using the Java IDE preferred by Spring Framework professionals! 

Course Extra - Access to a Private Slack Community

You're not just enrolling in a course --> You are joining a community learning Spring.

With your enrollment to the course, you can access an exclusive Slack community. Get help from the instructor and other Spring Framework Gurus from around the world - in real time! This community is only available to students enrolled in this course. 

This is a very active Slack community with over 15,100 Spring Framework Gurus!

This is the largest online community of people learning Spring in the world.

With your enrollment, you can join this community of awesome gurus!

Course Extra - Spring Boot Cookbook!

Inside this course, I'm including a Spring Boot Cookbook. You will have complete examples of using the Spring Framework with popular open source technologies. When you get hired as a Spring Framework developer, you'll have ready made Spring Framework examples!

My Spring Boot Cookbook includes example Spring Boot projects for:

  • MongoDB

  • MySQL

  • Postgres

  • Maria DB

  • DB2 Express

  • Neo4J

  • Redis

  • Cassandra

  • ActiveMQ

  • RabbitMQ

Course Extra - Learn Docker!

Docker is an exciting technology that is on fire right now! 

As a course extra, I'm including the first 3 sections from my top rated Docker for Java Developers course. You will learn more about what Docker is and how you can deploy and run a Spring Boot application inside a Docker container.

For Java developers, Docker really is a game changer!

Closed Captioning / Subtitles

Closed captioning in English is available for all course videos!

PDF Downloads

All keynote presentations are available for you to download as PDFs.

Lifetime Access

When you purchase this course, you will receive lifetime access! You can login anytime from anywhere to access the course content.

No Risk - Money Back Guarantee 

You can buy this course with no risk. If you are unhappy with the course, for any reason, you can get a complete refund. The course has a 30 day Money Back Guarantee.

Future Proof Your Programming Career

There is huge demand for Spring Framework developers. Downloads of Spring Boot are up 425% year over year, while Gartner Research is calling Java EE "Obsolete". 

The market trends are clear. 

Popularity for JEE is rapidly declining.

The popularity for the Spring Framework is growing

Spring Framework 5 is packed with exciting and innovative new features making it a natural choice for enterprise application development.

Excellent Course! It has a lot of useful material. The instructor is a passionate person and he is really helpful. You can always count on him. This course includes Slack Room. So, you can be part of the Java Community and there is always someone who help you. I recommend this course, it's really very good.

★★★★★ The course is amazing and I am learning so much from this course. I am getting vibes that i'll become spring framework Guru!

★★★★★ Right now it seems like he is cool and funny and seems to know what he does. He also seems to update the course regularly and to interact with his students. If I could give him more than 5 stars I definitely would!

★★★★★ The lecture so amazing I learn this for about one month with great results I got new job as backend developer. Thank you GURU! Keep working for another great lecture!

Future proof your programming career. Start learning how to building modern applications using the Spring Framework and enroll in this course today!

Introducing Spring Boot

Learn how Spring Boot can have you writing applications in minutes.

Created by Dan Vega - Learn w/ Dan: Best Selling Udemy Instructor - 100+K Students

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Students: 73385, Price: Free

Students: 73385, Price:  Free

Are you familiar with the Java language but not quite sure how to start building applications for the real world? The Spring Framework is the standard for building applications in Java, but this isn't your parents Spring Framework.

Long gone are the days of needing a PHD to setup a Spring Project. With the help of Spring Boot, we can now have applications up in minutes instead of days. In this course, we will take a quick moment to explain what the Spring Framework is and then move right into the fun stuff. We will learn all about Spring Boot, as well how to setup our own development environment and how to use the tools that are required of us to be productive.

You will write your own Hello World application by the end of this short introduction to Spring Boot and be ready for more. What are you waiting for? This course is free and Spring is a skill employers are looking for, so stop procrastinating and sign up today!

spring Framework for Beginners with Spring Boot

In this course, you will learn the highly demanded frameworks of enterprise world: Spring Framework 5 with Spring Boot

Created by Navin Reddy - Corporate Trainer & TEDx Speaker

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Students: 71182, Price: $109.99

Students: 71182, Price:  Paid

Spring 5 is a functional web framework for back-end development and is quite famous among Java developers when it comes to designing an enterprise-based application.

It consists of lots of modules and projects which makes it very huge.

The Spring Framework and Spring Boot enable developers to create high-performing, reusable, easily testable, and loose coupling enterprise Java applications.
It can be used to develop any Java application.

Knowledge of Spring framework has a huge demand in the enterprise market and Spring frameworks developers are paid handsomely.
Having Spring Framework on your resume will highlight you amongst other Java developer.

This course offers hands-on experience building Spring Framework applications using Spring Boot.
This course will be interactive and fun as I will code all the projects from scratch.
By taking this course you will have the latest skills that you need to build real applications using the Spring Framework.

Requirements for this Course:

  • Basic Java knowledge is required

  • Basic Knowledge of Servlet, JSP, and HTML is helpful

  • Knowledge of SQL and databases is helpful


Learn these super trending topics in Spring 5 and Spring Boot 2:

  • Spring Boot

  • Spring Core - IoC

  • Spring MVC

  • Spring AOP

  • Spring Data JPA

  • Spring REST

  • Spring Security

Who this course is for:

  • The course is for all Java developers: beginners to advanced who want to master Spring framework modules with Spring Boot

  • This learning path is for developers who wish to create their own web applications with Spring 5

  • This course is ideal for developers who wish to use the Spring Frameworks for enterprise application development

Full Stack: Angular and Java Spring Boot

Build a Full Stack application with Angular and Java Spring Boot

Created by Chad Darby - Popular Java Spring Instructor - Best Seller

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Students: 66412, Price: $99.99

Students: 66412, Price:  Paid

Learn how to build a Full Stack application with Angular and Java Spring Boot.

Angular and Spring Boot are two of the hottest technologies for developing Full Stack applications.

Knowing how to build Full Stack applications with Angular and Java Spring Boot can get you a job or improve the one you have.  These are hot skills and companies are desperately looking for developers. Some of the highest paying job posting are for Full Stack developers with Angular and Spring Boot experience.

This course will help you quickly get up to speed with Angular and Java Spring Boot. I will demystify the technology and help you understand the essential concepts to build a Full Stack application with Angular and Java Spring Boot.

You will also use modern development tools such as IntelliJ, Visual Studio Code, Maven and npm. All of the projects are based on Maven and npm, so you are free to use any tool that you want.

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In this course, you will get:

- All source code is available for download

- Responsive Instructors: All questions answered within 24 hours

- PDFs of all lectures are available for download

- Professional video and audio recordings (check the free previews)

- High quality closed-captions / subtitles available for English and 10+ other languages (new!)

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Quality Material

You will receive a quality course, with solid technical material and excellent audio and video production. I am a best-selling instructor on Udemy. Here's a list of my top courses.

  • Spring and Hibernate for Beginners

  • Hibernate: Advanced Development Techniques

  • Deploy Java Spring Apps Online to Amazon Cloud (AWS)

  • JSP and Servlets for Beginners

  • JavaServer Faces (JSF) for Beginners

These courses have received rave 5 star reviews and over 330,000 students have taken the courses. Also, these courses are the most popular courses in their respective categories. 

I also have an active YouTube channel where I post regular videos. In the past year, I’ve created over 800 video tutorials (public and private). My YouTube channel has over 5 million views and 36k subscribers. So I understand what works and what doesn’t work for creating video tutorials.

No Risk – Money-Back Guarantee 

Finally, there is no risk. You can preview 25% of the course for free. Once you purchase the course, if for some reason you are not happy with the course, Udemy offers a 30-day money back guarantee.

So you have nothing to lose, sign up for this course and learn how to build Full Stack apps with Angular and Java Spring Boot from scratch! 

It is time to level up your career and become a Full Stack developer with Angular and Java Spring Boot.

Target Audience

Java Developers with Spring Boot experience

No experience required for Angular. I will teach you Angular from the beginning.

Go Java Full Stack with Spring Boot and Angular

Become a Full Stack Java Developer. Build Your First Java Full Stack Application with Angular and Spring Boot.

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 58885, Price: $109.99

Students: 58885, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this Amazing Course on Full Stack Web Development with Angular and Spring Boot. This course is designed to be a Perfect First Step as an Introduction to Angular and Full Stack Development for Java & Spring Developers.

Zero Experience with Angular, TypeScript (AND/OR) Modern JavaScript?     No Problem.  Start Learning Now!

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS -  This is the perfect course for Java developers to use to get familiar with Angular and do it beyond just an elementary kind of familiarity.  Very good job, instructor.  Thank you!

5 STARS -  Yes the Journey was Amazing, the Tutor is Awesome. Not a single doubt & error i faced while following Step-by-Step videos. I would suggest this course to all those who really want to Learn Spring Boot + Angular. The Explanation was clear and systematic. I would like to thank Mr. Rangakaran as he is the best Tutor... :)

5 STARS -  Wonderful course with practical content taught in a very intuitive way; building from lesson to lesson. As a web application developer with some experience in both Spring Boot and Angular, this course was perfect when providing a clear way use both technologies together. I really appreciate this instructor, and look forward to more courses.

5 STARS -  Video explanations clear and easy to follow. Recommended!

5 STARS -  Very good course. The instructor is very knowledgeable about the material and walks you through it in a clear way. Good start to learning about Full Stack development.

5 STARS -  Awesome explanation, great course specially for Java developer who wants to groom herself/himself to full stack java development using Spring boot and Angular.

COURSE OVERVIEW

Developing your first full stack web application with Angular and Spring Boot is fun.

In this course, you will learn the basics of full stack web development developing a Basic Todo Management Application using Angular, Spring Boot, and Spring Security Frameworks.  You will build the Todo Management Application step by step - in more than 100 steps.

You will be using Angular (Frontend Framework), TypeScript Basics, Angular CLI(To create Angular projects), Spring Boot (REST API Framework), Spring (Dependency Management), Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization - Basic and JWT), BootStrap (Styling Pages), Maven (dependencies management), Node (npm), Visual Studio Code (TypeScript IDE), Eclipse (Java IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server.

We will help you set up each one of these.

Angular is a complete front end framework with a wide range of features. Spring Boot is an awesome framework to build RESTful API and Microservices. Let's combine these frameworks and create an awesome full stack web application.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Overview

Step01 - Understanding Full Stack Application Architecture

Step02 - Quick Overview of Modern JavaScript and TypeScript

Step03 - Installing Angular CLI - Awesome Tool to create Angular Projects

Step04 - Creating and Launching Angular Application with Angular CLI

Step05 - Importing Angular App into Visual Studio Code

Step06 - Exploring Angular CLI Commands - test, lint, e2e, serve, build

Step07 - Exploring Angular CLI Project Structure

Getting Hands on With Angular

Step08 - Introduction to Angular Components - Basics

Step09 - Introduction to Angular Components - Playing with AppComponent

Step10 - Generating Welcome Component with ng generate

Step11 - Language Variations With an Example - Java, JavaScript and TypeScript

Step12 - Generating and Setting up Login Component

Step13 - Understanding Event Binding - Adding click event on Login Page

Step14 - Using ngModel with 2 Way Data Binding in Login Page

Step15 - Quick Review of Data Binding Approaches

Step16 - Adding Hardcoded Authentication to Logic Component - ngIf directive

Step17 - Implementing Routes for Login, Welcome and Error Components

Step18 - Implementing Routing from Login to Welcome Component

Step19 - Adding Route Parameter for Welcome Component

Step20 - Create List Todos Component with ng generate

Step21 - Create a Link to Todos in Welcome Component

Step22 - Best Practice - Create a Todo Class

Step23 - Quick Introduction to Angular Modules

Step24 - Understanding Bootstrapping of Angular App with Root Module and Component

Step25 - Quick Review - Angular Modules and Components

Step26 - Overview of Next Few Steps - Bootstrap, Menu, Footer and Refactoring

Step27 - Adding Bootstrap Framework and Creating Components for Menu and Footer

Step28 - Using Bootstrap to Create a Menu with Navigation Links

Step29 - Styling Footer and Other Components with CSS and Bootstrap

Step30 - Good Practice - Use RouterLink instead of href for Routes

Step31 - Creating an Independent Authentication Service Component

Step32 - Using Session Storage to Store User Authentication Token

Step33 - Enabling Menu Links Based on User Authentication Token

Step34 - Implementing Logout to remove User Authentication Token

Step35 - Securing Components using Route Guards - Part 1

Step36 - Securing Components using Route Guards - Part 2

Step37 - Quick Review - Authentication Service, Dependency Injection and Route Guards

Introduction to Web Services and REST

Step41 - What is a Web Service?

Step42 - Important How Questions related to Web Services

Step43 - Web Services - Key Terminology

Step44 - Introduction to RESTful Web Services

Getting Up and Running with REST and Spring Boot

Step45 - Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot

Step46 - Creating a Hello World Service

Step47 - Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean

Step48 - Quick Review of Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet - What's happening in the background?

Step49 - Enhancing the Hello World Service with a Path Variable

Connecting Angular Frontend to Spring Boot Restful Services

Step50 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 1 - Creating Data Service

Step51 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 2 - HttpClientModule and HttpClient

Step52 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 3 - Understanding Observable

Step53 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 4 - Understanding Subscribe

Step54 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 5 - Handling Error Responses

Step55 - Calling Welcome HTTP Service with Path Variables

Step56 - Designing RESTful Services for Todo Resource

Step57 - Creating REST API for retrieving Todo List

Step58 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Todo List RESTful Service

Step59 - Creating REST API to delete a Todo - DELETE Request Method

Step60 - Adding Delete Todo Feature to Angular Frontend

Step61 - Creating Todo Component and Handle Routing

Step62 - Designing Todo Page with Bootstrap Framework

Step63 - Creating Retrieve Tod0 Service and Connect Angular Frontend

Step64 - Improve Todo Page Appearance

Step65 - Creating REST API for Updating Todo - PUT Request Method

Step66 - Creating REST API for Creating a Todo - POST Request Method

Step67 - Implementing Update Todo Feature in Angular Frontend

Step68 - Implementing New Todo Feature in Angular Frontend

Step69 - Improving Todo Form - Validation and Form Submit on Enter - ngSubmit

Step70 - Enhancing Validation Messages on Todo Page

Implementing Spring Security with Basic Authentication

Step71 - Overview of Security with Basic Auth and JWT

Step72 - Setting up Spring Security

Step73 - Configure standard userid and password

Step74 - Enhancing Angular Welcome Data Service to use Basic Auth

Step75 - Configure Spring Security to disable CSRF and enable OPTION Requests

Step76 - Creating Angular HttpInterceptor to add Basic Auth Header

Step77 - Configure HttpInterceptor as Provider in App Module

Step78 - Create Basic Authentication RESTful Service in Spring Boot

Step79 - Create Angular Basic Authentication Service

Step80 - Connect Login Page to Basic Authentication Service - Part 1

Step81 - Connect Login Page to Basic Authentication Service - Part 2

Step82 - Refactoring Angular Basic Authentication Service

Step83 - Refactoring HttpInterceptor to use Basic Authentication Token

Step84 - Best Practice - Use Constants for URLs and Tokens

Connecting Spring Security with JWT

Step85 - Introduction to JWT

Step86 - Importing JWT Framework into Eclipse

Step87 - Quick Tip - Resolving JWT Compilation Errors

Step88 - Executing JWT Resources - Get Token and Refresh Token

Step89 - Understanding JWT Spring Security Framework Setup

Step90 - Creating a New User with Encoded Password

Step91 - Using JWT Token in Angular Frontend

Connecting REST API With JPA and Hibernate

Step92 - Setting up Todo Entity and Populating Data

Step93 - Connecting GET REST APIs to JPA Repository

Step94 - Connecting POST, PUT and DELETE REST APIs to JPA Repository

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Spring Core – Learn Spring Framework 4 and Spring Boot

Build a web application using Spring Framework 4 and Spring Boot

Created by John Thompson - Spring Framework Guru - Best Selling Instructor

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Students: 51643, Price: Free

Students: 51643, Price:  Free

If you're new to the Spring Framework, this is the course you want to start with. This course covers the core of the Spring Framework, the foundation which all of the other Spring Framework projects are built from.

In this course, you will learn about important key concepts, such as dependency injection and inversion of control, which are used throughout the Spring Framework. Within the Spring Framework, you have the option of using the traditional XML configuration, or the new Java based configuration. I'll show you step by step how to configure Spring Beans using best practices in XML and Java. I'll also show you how to use Spring to persist data into a database, and Spring MVC to show content from the database on a webpage.

Throughout the course you will have access to the code examples being presented in the tutorials. This is code you can build and run on your computer. You will be able to study the working code examples. Whenever possible, I will go into real world use cases and examples from my years of experience as a Spring Source consultant. I've seen a lot of good code, and bad code over the years. Through my experience with Spring, I will show you good code and poor programming practices to avoid.

By the time we reach the end of this course, you will be able to build a functioning Spring Web Application.

In this course, you will learn about:

  • Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control (IoC) in the Spring Framework.

  • Spring Boot

  • Using Spring Initializr

  • Using Maven to build Spring Projects

  • How to use JUnit and Mockito to test Spring

  • Java and XML Spring Configuration

  • Spring MVC and Thymeleaf with Bootstrap CSS

  • Spring MVC Test

  • JPA / Hibernate

  • Spring JPA and using DAOs

  • Spring Profiles

NOTE: This course is on version 4 of the Spring Framework. Spring Framework version 5 was released in September of 2017. For those interested in learning about Spring, this free course is a great place to start! If you need to learn the current version of Spring, checkout my course titled Spring Framework 5: Beginner to Guru. Students enrolling in this course can access a discount code to my Spring Framework 5 course in the bonus lecture at the end of the course.

Master Java Web Services and RESTful API with Spring Boot

Build Java Web Services & REST API - RESTful & SOAP - with Spring & Spring Boot. Learn REST API & SOAP Web Services Now!

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 50359, Price: $109.99

Students: 50359, Price:  Paid

REST API?   Yes.    Spring Boot ?  Yes     SOAP ?   Yes     Best Practices ?  Yes    Hands-on ?   Of course.

Do you want to Master Building Great Java Web Services - both RESTful and SOAP - with Spring Boot?

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - This is the best course if you like to learn how REST API exactly works. The instructor is awesome. I had a great time watching his videos and doing coding for this course. It really helped me to do a coding assessment for the company.

5 STARS - This course gave me an excellent head start with creating Restful web services!

5 STARS - It is such an awesome course, I have now got an idea to create production level restful services

5 STARS - As an experienced JEE developer unfamiliar with Spring Boot and developing web services within it, this was simply an awesome course for becoming knowledgeable and comfortable in applying it in a real-world context.

5 STARS - This is my first spring boot course. I've thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you very much Ranga for delivering such a high quality course. I've learned a lot spring boot from you. If someone want to learn spring boot, this is one of the best courses to pick up.

******* Course Overview *******

Developing SOAP and RESTful web services is fun. The combination of Spring Boot, Spring Web MVC, Spring Web Services and JPA makes it even more fun.

Architectures are moving towards microservices. RESTful web services are the first step to developing great microservices. Spring Boot, in combination with Spring Web MVC (also called Spring REST) makes it easy to develop RESTful web services.

There are two parts to this course - RESTful web services and SOAP Web Services.

In the first part of the course, you will learn the basics of RESTful web services developing resources for a social media application. You will learn to implement these resources with multiple features - versioning, exception handling, documentation (Swagger), basic authentication (Spring Security), filtering and HATEOAS. You will learn the best practices in designing RESTful web services.

You will be using Spring (Dependency Management), Spring MVC (or Spring REST), Spring Boot, Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization), Spring Boot Actuator (Monitoring), Swagger (Documentation), Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE), Postman (REST Services Client) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

While the use of SOAP Web Services is on the way down, there are still considerable number of web services using this approach.

In the second part of the course, you will learn the basics of implementing SOAP Web Services developing a few web services for a course management application. You will learn to use a Contract first approach - defining XSD (XML Schema Definition) for your requests and responses. You will learn about WSDL (SOAP Header, SOAP Body and SOAP Fault), XSD (XML Schema Definition) and JAXB (Java API for XML Binding). You will implementing three SOAP web services with exception handling and basic security (with WS Security).

In this part of the course, you will be using Spring (Dependency Management), Spring Web Services , Spring Boot, Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization), Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE), Wizdler (SOAP Services Chrome Plugin) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

You will learn

  • What is a Web Service?

  • What is a RESTful Web Service?

  • How to implement RESTful Web Services with Spring and Spring Boot?

  • What are the best practices in designing RESTful Web Services?

  • How to design Resources and GET, POST and DELETE operations?

  • How to implement Validation for RESTful Web Services?

  • How to implement Exception Handling for RESTful Web Services?

  • What is HATEOAS? How to implement HATEOAS for a Resource?

  • What are the different approach in versioning RESTful Services?

  • How to use Postman to execute RESTful Service Requests?

  • How to implement basic authentication with Spring Security?

  • How to implement filtering for RESTful Services?

  • How to monitor RESTful Services with Spring Boot Actuator?

  • How to document RESTful Web Services with Swagger?

  • How to connect RESTful Services to a backend with JPA?

  • What is a SOAP Web Service?

  • What is WSDL (Web Service Definition Language)?

  • What is SOAP Header, SOAP Body and SOAP Fault?

  • What is an XSD (XML Schema Definition)?

  • How to write an XSD for your requests and responses?

  • What is JAXB (Java API for XML Binding)?

  • What is an Endpoint?

  • What is a Contract First approach?

  • What are the different steps in building SOAP Web Services with Spring Web Services & Spring Boot?

  • How to build different SOAP Web services for GetCourseDetailsRequest, GetAllCourseDetailsRequest and DeleteCourseDetailsRequest?

  • How to use Wizdler to execute SOAP Requests?

  • How to implement exception handling for SOAP Web Services?

  • How to implement basic security with WS Security for SOAP Web Services?

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

RESTful Web Services 

  • Step 01 - Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot

  • Step 02 - Understanding the RESTful Services we would create in this course

  • Step 03 - Creating a Hello World Service

  • Step 04 - Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean

  • Step 05 - Quick Review of Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet - What's happening in the background?

  • Step 06 - Enhancing the Hello World Service with a Path Variable

  • Step 07 - Creating User Bean and User Service

  • Step 08 - Implementing GET Methods for User Resource

  • Step 09 - Implementing POST Method to create User Resource

  • Step 10 - Enhancing POST Method to return correct HTTP Status Code and Location URI

  • Step 11 - Implementing Exception Handling - 404 Resource Not Found

  • Step 12 - Implementing Generic Exception Handling for all Resources

  • Step 13 - Exercise : User Post Resource and Exception Handling

  • Step 14 - Implementing DELETE Method to delete a User Resource

  • Step 15 - Implementing Validations for RESTful Services

  • Step 16 - Implementing HATEOAS for RESTful Services

  • Step 17 - Overview of Advanced RESTful Service Features

  • Step 18 - Internationalization for RESTful Services

  • Step 19 - Content Negotiation - Implementing Support for XML

  • Step 20 - Configuring Auto Generation of Swagger Documentation

  • Step 21 - Introduction to Swagger Documentation Format

  • Step 22 - Enhancing Swagger Documentation with Custom Annotations

  • Step 23 - Monitoring APIs with Spring Boot Actuator

  • Step 24 - Implementing Static Filtering for RESTful Service

  • Step 25 - Implementing Dynamic Filtering for RESTful Service

  • Step 26 - Versioning RESTful Services - Basic Approach with URIs

  • Step 27 - Versioning RESTful Services - Header and Content Negotiation Approaches

  • Step 28 - Implementing Basic Authentication with Spring Security

  • Step 29 - Overview of Connecting RESTful Service to JPA

  • Step 30 - Creating User Entity and some test data

  • Step 31 - Updating GET methods on User Resource to use JPA

  • Step 32 - Updating POST and DELETE methods on User Resource to use JPA

  • Step 33 - Creating Post Entity and Many to One Relationship with User Entity

  • Step 34 - Implementing a GET service to retrieve all Posts of a User

  • Step 35 - Implementing a POST service to create a Post for a User

  • Step 36 - Richardson Maturity Model

  • Step 37 - RESTful Services Best Practices

SOAP Web Services

  • Step 01 - Initialize a Spring Web Services application with Spring Boot

  • Step 02 - Overview of creating SOAP Web Service using Contract First Approach

  • Step 03 - Define Request and Response XML Structure

  • Step 04 - Define XML Schema Definition (XSD) for Request - GetCourseDetailsRequest

  • Step 05 - Define XML Schema Definition (XSD) for Respone - GetCourseDetailsResponse

  • Step 06 - More about XML Schema Definition and Implementing XSD Best Practices

  • Step 07 - Introduction to Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) and Configuring JAXB 2 Maven Plugin

  • Step 08 - Configuring an Endpoint for GetCourseDetailsRequest

  • Step 09 - Spring Web Services Configuration - Message Dispatcher Servlet

  • Step 10 - Spring Web Services Configuration - Generating WSDL

  • Step 11 - Using Wizdler to execute SOAP Requests

  • Step 12 - Implementing a service - Course Details Service - backend with in memory array list

  • Step 13 - Implementing SOAP Web Service for GetAllCourseDetailsRequest

  • Step 14 - Quick introduction to different parts of a WSDL

  • Step 15 - Implementing SOAP Web Service for DeleteCourseDetailsRequest

  • Step 16 - Improving the DeleteCourseDetailsRequest - Using an Enum for Status

  • Step 17 - Exception Handling and SOAP Fault Responses

  • Step 18 - Implementing Security for SOAP Web Services with WS Security

Start Learning Now. Hit the Enroll Button!

Master Hibernate and JPA with Spring Boot in 100 Steps

Learn Hibernate, JPA (Java Persistence API) and Spring Data JPA using Spring and Spring Boot

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 45069, Price: $109.99

Students: 45069, Price:  Paid

Hibernate is the most popular Java ORM framework.  Almost every Real World Project today uses JPA and Hibernate in combination with Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA.

Do you want to Learn JPA & Hibernate and use them in combination with Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA?  Do you want to Learn about Entities, Relationships, Entity Manager, JPQL, Native Queries, Inheritance Hierarchies, Criteria API, Transaction Management, Caching and Performance Tuning with JPA & Hibernate in combination with Spring Data JPA and Spring Data REST? 

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - I really loved this course. The instructor explains features of JPA and Hibernate clearly and also very deeply. Especially I liked explanation of the transaction management what I didn't seen in other courses.By the way this course helped me to develop the persistence layer of a commercial application for my customer.

5 STARS - Absolute brilliant course, I was struggling using books but this course helped me understand using code to demonstrate how Hibernate and JPA work. Each video builds on the next and is at a pace that does not overwhelm you. I thoroughly recommend this course if you need to improve your Hibernate and JPA knowledge.

5 STARS - It is really state of the art and how spring boot and hibernate are used nowadays! This course was very helpful in my new job, since in the project we use spring boot and hibernate. Thank you!

5 STARS - This course exceeded my expectations, I thought I knew about hibernate but I discovered I didn't, I really recommend this course.

5 STARS - Thanks Ranga for the wonderful course on Hibernate and JPA with Spring Boot! It's a long course and well worth it. Keep up the great work!

COURSE OVERVIEW

Hibernate is the most popular implementation of JPA. It was the most popular ORM framework option before JPA emerged and it provides additional features on top of JPA. We will use Hibernate as the JPA implementation in this course.

The Java Persistence API provides Java developers with an api for mapping java objects to relational data. In this course, you will learn about the Hibernate, JPA API, JPQL (Java Persistence query language), Java Persistence Criteria API and how you can perform ORM (Object Relational Mapping) with JPA and Hibernate

During this course

  • You will learn the basics of JPA and Hibernate - Entities, Relationships, Inheritance Mappings and Annotations

  • You will understand approaches to querying data using JPA and Hibernate - JPQL, Criteria API and Native Queries

  • You will understand JPA and Hibernate Relationships in depth - One to One, Many to One and Many to Many

  • You will use a variety of Spring Boot Starters - Spring Boot Starter Web, Starter Data Jpa, Starter Test

  • You will learn the basic of performance tuning your JPA application with Hibernate - Solve N+1 Queries Issue. 

  • You will learn the basics of caching - First Level Cache and Second Level Cache with EhCache

  • You will understand the basics of Spring Data JPA and Spring Data REST

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Journey from JDBC To JPA

  1. Step01 - Setting up a project with JDBC, JPA, H2 and Web Dependencies

  2. Step02 - Launching up H2 Console

  3. Step03 - Creating a Database Table in H2

  4. Step04 - Populate data into Person Table

  5. Step05 - Implement findAll persons Spring JDBC Query Method

  6. Step06 - Execute the findAll method using CommandLineRunner

  7. Step07 - A Quick Review - JDBC vs Spring JDBC

  8. Step08 - Whats in the background? Understanding Spring Boot Autoconfiguration

  9. Step09 - Implementing findById Spring JDBC Query Method

  10. Step10 - Implementing deleteById Spring JDBC Update Method

  11. Step11 - Implementing insert and update Spring JDBC Update Methods

  12. Step12 - Creating a custom Spring JDBC RowMapper

  13. Step13 - Quick introduction to JPA

  14. Step14 - Defining Person Entity

  15. Step15 - Implementing findById JPA Repository Method

  16. Step16 - Implementing insert and update JPA Repository Methods

  17. Step17 - Implementing deleteById JPA Repository Method

  18. Step18 - Implementing findAll using JPQL Named Query

JPA/Hibernate in Depth

  1. Step01 - Create a JPA Project with H2 and Spring Boot

  2. Step02 - Create JPA Entity Course

  3. Step03 - Create findById using JPA Entity Manager

  4. Step04 - Configuring application.properties to enable H2 console and additional logging

  5. Step05 - Writing Unit Test for findById method

  6. Step06 - Writing a deleteByID method to delete an Entity

  7. Step07 - Writing Unit Test for deleteById method

  8. Step08 - Writing a save method to update and insert an Entity

  9. Step09 - Writing Unit Test for save method

  10. Step10 - Quick Review and Debugging Tips

  11. Step11 - Playing with Entity Manager

  12. Step12 - Entity Manager Methods - clear and detach

  13. Step13 - Entity Manager Methods - refresh

  14. Step14 - A Quick Review of Entity Manager

  15. Step15 - JPQL - Basics

  16. Step16 - JPA and Hibernate Annotations - @Table

  17. Step17 - JPA and Hibernate Annotations - @Column

  18. Step18 - JPA and Hibernate Annotations - @UpdateTimestamp and @CreationTimestamp

  19. Step19 - JPA and Hibernate Annotations - @NamedQuery and @NamedQueries

  20. Step20 - Native Queries - Basics

  21. Step21 - Entities and Relationships - An overview

  22. Step22 - Defining Entities - Student, Passport and Review

  23. Step23 - Introduction to One to One Relationship

  24. Step24 - OneToOne Mapping - Insert Student with Passport

  25. Step25 - OneToOne Mapping - Retrieving Student with Passport and Eager Fetch

  26. Step26 - OneToOne Mapping - Lazy Fetch

  27. Step27 - Session vs Transaction

  28. Step28 - OneToOne Mapping - Bidirectional Relationship - Part 1

  29. Step29 - OneToOne Mapping - Bidirectional Relationship - Part 2

  30. Step30 - ManyToOne Mapping - Designing the database

  31. Step31 - ManyToOne Mapping - Retrieving and inserting Reviews for Course

  32. Step32 - ManyToOne Mapping - Generalizing Insert Reviews

  33. Step33 - ManyToOne Mapping - Wrapping up

  34. Step34 - ManyToMany Mapping - Table Design

  35. Step35 - ManyToMany Mapping - Adding Annotations on Entities

  36. Step36 - ManyToMany Mapping - Fixing two join tables problem

  37. Step37 - ManyToMany Mapping - Customizing the Join Table

  38. Step38 - ManyToMany Mapping - Insert Data and Write Join Query

  39. Step39 - ManyToMany Mapping - Retrieve Data using JPA Relationships

  40. Step40 - ManyToMany Mapping - Insert Student and Course

  41. Step41 - Relationships between JPA Entities - A summary

  42. Step42 - Introduction to Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings

  43. Step43 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - Setting up entities

  44. Step44 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - Setting up a Repository

  45. Step45 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - Single Table

  46. Step46 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - Table Per Class

  47. Step47 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - Joined

  48. Step48 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - Mapped Super Class

  49. Step49 - JPA Inheritance Hierarchies and Mappings - How to Choose?

  50. Step50 - JPQL - Courses without Students

  51. Step51 - JPQL - Courses with atleast 2 Students and order by

  52. Step52 - JPQL - Courses like 100 Steps

  53. Step53 - JPQL - Using Joins

  54. Step54 - Criteria Query - Retrieving all courses

  55. Step55 - Criteria Query - Courses like 100 Steps

  56. Step56 - Criteria Query - Courses without Students

  57. Step57 - Criteria Query - Using Joins

  58. Step58 - Introduction to Transaction Management

  59. Step59 - Transaction Management - ACID Properties

  60. Step60 - Understanding Dirty, Phanthom and Non Repeatable Reads

  61. Step61 - Understand 4 Isolation Levels

  62. Step62 - Choosing between Isolation Levels

  63. Step63 - Implementing Transaction Management - 3 Things to Decide

  64. Step64 - Introduction to Spring Data JPA

  65. Step65 - Testing the Spring Data JPA Repository with findById.

  66. Step66 - Spring Data JPA Repository - CRUD Methosd

  67. Step67 - Sorting using Spring Data JPA Repository

  68. Step68 - Pagination using Spring Data JPA Repository 

  69. Step69 - Custom Queries using Spring Data JPA Repository 

  70. Step70 - Spring Data REST

  71. Step71 - Introduction to Caching

  72. Step72 - Hibernate and JPA Caching - First Level Cache

  73. Step73 - Hibernate and JPA Caching - Basics of Second Level Cache with EhCache

  74. Step74 - Hibernate and JPA Caching - Second Level Cache Part 2

  75. Step75 - Hibernate Tips - Hibernate Soft Deletes - @SQLDelete and @Where

  76. Step76 - Hibernate Soft Deletes - Part 2

  77. Step77 - JPA Entity Life Cycle Methods

  78. Step78 - Using Embedded and Embeddable with JPA

  79. Step79 - Using Enums with JPA

  80. Step80 - JPA Tip - Be cautious with toString method implementations

  81. Step81 - JPA Tip - When do you use JPA?

  82. Step82 - Performance Tuning - Measure before Tuning

  83. Step83 - Performance Tuning - Indexes

  84. Step84 - Performance Tuning - Use Appropriate Caching

  85. Step85 - Performance Tuning - Eager vs Lazy Fetch

  86. Step86 - Performance Tuning - Avoid N+1 Problems

Hibernate Tips & Tricks

  • When does Hibernate send updates to the database?

  • When do we need @Transactional in an Unit Test?

  • Do read only methods need a transaction?

  • Why do we use @DirtiesContext in an Unit Test?

  • How to connect to a different database with Spring Boot?

  • How do you approach designing great applications with JPA?

  • Good Practices for developing JPA Applications

Start Learning Now. Hit the Enroll Button!

Learn Spring Boot in 100 Steps – Beginner to Expert

Become an expert on Spring Boot developing a REST API and a Spring MVC Web application using Maven in 100 steps

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 44657, Price: $99.99

Students: 44657, Price:  Paid

Spring Boot is the No 1 Java Framework for Building Microservices and REST API.

Do you want to Learn the Magic of Spring Boot - Auto Configuration, Spring Initializr and Starter Projects? Do you want to build an Awesome Web Application connecting to a Database with JPA/Hibernate using Spring Boot?  Do you want to build a Basic REST API using Spring Boot? Look No Further!

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - This course was perfect not only for beginners but for experienced engineers such as myself trying to get up to speed on spring boot quickly. Thank you so much for the great material! Looking forward to taking another course from udemy and in28minutes!

5 STARS - One of the best Spring Boot course!

5 STARS - I found this course to be very thorough. Good balance of theory and hands-on coding. Every important aspect of Spring Boot is demonstrated by way of useful, almost production grade coding exercises, unit and integration testing. This course has everything you would require to get up and running as spring boot developer. I liked this course and recommend highly to anyone interested in learning about Spring Boot.

5 STARS - This is the one of the best spring boot courses I have enrolled. Ranga Karan explains each and every bit and shows practically. I would recommend to anyone who wants to learn spring boot

5 STARS - Great instructor!!

5 STARS - I'm a beginner to Spring Boot framework, and I find this tutorial absolutely awesome! The instructor's lecture is crystal clear! Thanks for providing this tutorial!!!

COURSE OVERVIEW:

Spring Boot has a lot of magic going for it. Developing REST Services with Spring Boot is cool and fun. Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications that you can “just run”. Most Spring Boot applications need very little Spring configuration.

This course is now updated with new sections. Updated with Spring Boot 2 and Spring 5. 

In this course, you will learn the features of Spring Boot and Spring Boot Starter Projects with hands-on step by step approach developing:

  1. Basic Todo Management Java Application using Spring Boot with Login and Logout functionalities

  2. Basic REST Service to manage Survey Questionnaire 

You will get introduced to REST Services, Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization), Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

You will learn about Spring Boot step by step - in more than 100 steps. This course would be a perfect first step as an introduction to Spring Boot.

You will learn about

  • Basics of Spring Boot

  • Basics of Auto Configuration and Spring Boot Magic

  • Spring Boot Starter Projects

  • Spring Initializr

  • Basic REST Services using Spring Boot Starter Web

  • REST Service Content Negotiation with JSON and XML

  • Embedded servlet containers : Tomcat, Jetty and Undertow

  • Writing Unit and Integration tests using Spring Boot Starter Test

  • Profiles and Dynamic Configuration with Spring Boot

  • Spring Boot Data JPA

  • Spring Boot Actuator

  • Spring Security

  • Spring Boot Developer Tools and LiveReload

Here is a quick overview of different sections of the course:

  • Introduction to the Power of Spring Boot in 10 Steps

  • Develop a Todo Management Web Application with Spring Boot in 25 Steps

  • Introduction to Unit Testing with JUnit in 5 Steps

  • Introduction to Mocking with Mockito in 5 Steps

  • Advanced Features of Spring Boot in 28 Steps - We learn these developing a simple API for managing survey questionnaire.

  • Introduction to JPA in 10 Steps

  • Connecting our Todo Management Web Application to JPA in 8 Steps

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

Web Application with Spring Boot in 33 Steps

  • Step 01: Part 1 Basic Spring Boot Web Application Setup

  • Step 01: Part 2 Pom.xml, Spring Boot Application and application properties

  • Step 02: Part 1 First Spring MVC Controller, @ResponseBody, @Controller

  • Step 02: Part 2 Understanding HTTP Request Flow

  • Step 03: Demystifying some of the Spring Boot magic

  • Step 04: Redirect to Login JSP - @ResponseBody and View Resolver

  • Step 05: Show userid and password on welcome page - ModelMap and @RequestParam

  • Step 06: DispatcherServlet and Spring MVC Flow

  • Step 07: Your First HTML form

  • Step 08: Add hard-coded validation of userid and password

  • Step 09: Magic of Spring

  • Step 10: Create TodoController and list-todos view. Make TodoService a @Service

  • Step 11: Architecture of Web Applications

  • Step 12: Session vs Model vs Request - @SessionAttributes

  • Step 13: Add new todo

  • Step 14: Display Todos in a table using JSTL Tags

  • Step 15: Bootstrap for Page Formatting using webjars

  • Step 16: Let's delete a Todo

  • Step 17: Format Add Todo Page and Adding Basic HTML5 form validation

  • Step 18: Part 1 Validations with Hibernate Validator - Using Command Bean

  • Step 18: Part 2 Using JSR 349 Validations

  • Step 19: Updating a todo

  • Step 20: Let's add a Target Date for Todo - Use initBinder to Handle Date Fields

  • Step 21: JSP Fragments and Navigation Bar

  • Step 22: Preparing for Spring Security

  • Step 23: Initial Spring Security Setup

  • Step 24: Refactor and add Logout Functionality using Spring Security

  • Step 25: Exception Handling

  • Step 26: Adding Dependencies for JPA and H2

  • Step 27: Configuring H2 Console

  • Step 28: Create Todo Entity and JPA Repository

  • Step 29: Insert Todo using JPA Repository

  • Step 30: Update, Delete and Retrieve Todos using JPA Repository

  • Step 31: Data initialization with data.sql

  • Step 32: Connecting JPA to other databases

  • Step 33: Upgrading to Spring Boot 2 and Spring 5

Spring Boot Deep Dive With a Small API

  • Step 01: Setup and Launch Spring Boot Application with Maven and Eclipse

  • Step 02: Creating your first RestController

  • Step 03: Understanding Spring Boot Magic : Spring Boot Starter Web

  • Step 04: Understanding Spring Boot Magic : Spring Boot Starter Parent

  • Step 05: Spring Boot vs Spring

  • Step 06: Create all Services for Survey and Questions

  • Step 07: What is REST? Creating REST Service with @GetMapping and @PathVariable

  • Step 08: Second REST Service to retrieve a specific question

  • Step 09: Spring Boot Developer Tools and LiveReload : Develop faster!

  • Step 10: Create a REST Service to add a new question to survey : @PostMapping, Postman 

  • Step 11: Understand Content Negotiation. Deliver XML Responses from the REST Services

  • Step 12: Spring Initializr : Create Spring Boot Projects on the fly!

  • Step 13: Spring Boot Actuator : Monitor your Spring Boot applications!

  • Step 14: Understanding Embedded servlet containers : Switch to Jetty or Undertow

  • Step 15: Adding Dynamic Configuration to your application : YAML & More..

  • Step 16: Basics of Profiles

  • Step 17: Advanced Application Configuration with Type Safe Configuration Properties

  • Step 18: Spring Boot Starter : Spring Data JPA with CommandLineRunner

  • Step 19: In Memory Database H2 Console and add a new JPA Repository Method

  • Step 20: Spring Boot Starter : Introduction to Spring Data Rest

  • Step 21: Spring Boot Integration Test

  • Step 22: Adding Integration Test for POST Request

  • Step 23: Small Refactoring to organise ourselves

  • Step 24: Writing Unit Tests with Spring Boot and Mockito

  • Step 25: Writing Unit test for createTodo

  • Step 26: Securing our services with Basic Authentication using Spring Security

  • Step 27: Configure Spring Security user roles for survey and other services

  • Step 28: A Deep Dive into Spring Boot Auto Configuration

Start Learning Now. Hit the Enroll Button!

Go Java Full Stack with Spring Boot and React

Build Your First Java Full Stack Application with React & Spring Boot. Become a Java Full Stack Java Web Developer Now!

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 43120, Price: $89.99

Students: 43120, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this Amazing Course on Full Stack Web Development with React and Spring Boot. This course is designed to be a Perfect First Step as an Introduction to React and Full Stack Development for Java & Spring Developers.

Zero Experience with React and Modern JavaScript?     No Problem.  Start Learning Now!

WHAT LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS -  This course has helped me understand the end to end SPA design. Well articulated course for someone who wanted to move to fullstack role. Thanks for incorporating JWT as well.

5 STARS -  I am new to front end development ,but i can understand the concepts with very nice explanation of Ranga.

5 STARS -  This is really an amazing course to get started with react and spring boot. I really loved this course looking forward for more from Ranga :)

5 STARS -  Instructor is accessible for any doubts that you have during the course. Thanks a lot for your guidance Ranga.

5 STARS -  Great tutor, everything is very well explained and in a good pacing!

5 STARS -  Thanks, Ranga for your efforts to design this course with such simplicity and in-depth explanation.

5 STARS -  I am good at React (FrontEnd technologies) and I wanted to move to Full Stack Development using Spring Boot. I would say this course is god-sent and is helping me tremendously. Ranga is a very good teacher. Also commendable is the github resource for this course where he has given detailed code for every exercise in this course. Thanks for this wonderful course.

COURSE OVERVIEW

Developing your first full stack web application with React and Spring Boot is fun.

In this course, you will learn the basics of full stack web development developing a Basic Todo Management Application using React, Spring Boot and Spring Security Frameworks.  You will build the Todo Management Application step by step - in more than 100 steps.

You will be using React (Frontend Framework), Modern JavaScript , Create React App(To create React projects), Java, Spring Boot (REST API Framework), Spring (Dependency Management), Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization - Basic and JWT), BootStrap (Styling Pages), Maven (dependencies management), Node (npm), Visual Studio Code (JavaScript IDE), Eclipse (Java IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server.

We will help you set up each one of these.

React is a view framework providing a great deal of flexibility in integrating with a wide range of frameworks to provide a wide range of features. Spring Boot is an awesome Java framework to build RESTful API and Microservices. Lets combine these frameworks and create an awesome java full stack web application.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Getting Started with React - Basics with Components

  • 01 Step 01 - Understanding Full Stack Application Architecture

  • 01 Step 02 - Using Create React App to Create and Launch a React Application

  • 01 Step 03 - Importing React App into Visual Studio Code

  • 01 Step 04 - Exploring React Project Structure

  • 01 Step 05 - Introduction to React Components

  • 01 Step 06 - Playing with React Class Components

  • 01 Step 07 - Introduction to Function Components in React

  • 01 Step 08 - Exploring JSX Further - Babel and more

  • 01 Step 09 - Refactoring components to individual modules and Quick Review of JavaScript Modules

  • 01 Step 10 - Exercise - Creating seperate modules for other components

Next Steps with React - Building Counter Application

  • 02 Step 01 - Introduction to Section - Building Counter Application

  • 02 Step 02 - Creating Basic React Counter Component

  • 02 Step 03 - Adding a Button and a Counter to the React Counter Component

  • 02 Step 04 - Handling click event on the increment button

  • 02 Step 05 - Adding State to a React Counter Component

  • 02 Step 06 - Understanding React - Behind the scenes - Virtual Dom

  • 02 Step 07 - Understanding setState and Using Arrow Functions to avoid this binding

  • 02 Step 08 - Defining Inline Javascript CSS in JSX

  • 02 Step 09 - Defining Multiple Counter Buttons and Adding a Component Prop

  • 02 Step 10 - Understanding React Component Props - Default Value and Type Constraints

  • 02 Step 11 - Using React Developer Tools Chrome Plugin

  • 02 Step 12 - Moving State Up - Refactoring to Counter and Counter Button Components

  • 02 Step 13 - Moving State Up - Adding state to Counter Component

  • 02 Step 14 - Best Practice - Using Previous State in setState

  • 02 Step 15 - Adding Decrement Buttons and Reset Button

  • 02 Step 16 - Quick Review of the Counter Example

Combining Spring Boot and React to Build Full Stack Todo Management Application

  • 03 Step 01 - Introduction to Todo Management App

  • 03 Step 02 - Getting Started with Login Component

  • 03 Step 03 - Understanding React Controlled Component - Adding State to Login Component

  • 03 Step 04 - Refactoring to Common Change Event for Multiple Form Elements

  • 03 Step 05 - Adding Hardcoded Authentication to Login Component

  • 03 Step 06 - Understanding Conditional Rendering with && in React JSX

  • 03 Step 07 - Implementing Routing for Login and Welcome Components with React Router

  • 03 Step 08 - Implementing Routing from Login to Welcome Component

  • 03 Step 09 - Adding an Error Component for Invalid URIs

  • 03 Step 10 - Adding Route Parameter for Welcome Component

  • 03 Step 11 - 01 - Creating a Basic React List Todo Component

  • 03 Step 11 - 02 - Adding a Link from Welcome to Todo Page and New Todo Attributes

  • 03 Step 12 - Adding Bootstrap Framework and Creating Components for Header and Footer

  • 03 Step 13 - Using Bootstrap to Create a Menu with Navigation Links

  • 03 Step 14 - Enhancing Footer and Creating Logout Component

  • 03 Step 15 - Styling Login, List Todo and Other Components with CSS and Bootstrap

  • 03 Step 16 - Using Session Storage to Store User Authentication Token

  • 03 Step 17 - Implementing Logout to remove User Authentication Token

  • 03 Step 18 - Enabling Menu Links Based on User Authentication Token

  • 03 Step 19 - Securing Components using Authenticated Route

  • 03 Step 20 - Refactoring React Components into JavaScript Modules

  • 03 Step 21 - Quick Review - Routes, Authenticated Route and Components

Getting Started with Spring Boot REST API Services

  • 03 Step 22 -- What is a Web Service?

  • 03 Step 23 -- Important How Questions related to Web Services

  • 03 Step 24 -- Web Services - Key Terminology

  • 03 Step 25 -- Introduction to RESTful Web Services

  • 03 Step 26 -- Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot

  • 03 Step 27 -- Creating a Spring Boot Hello World Service

  • 03 Step 28 -- Enhancing the Spring Boot Hello World Service to return a Bean

  • 03 Step 29 -- Quick Review of Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet - What's happening in the background?

  • 03 Step 30 -- Enhancing the Hello World Service with a Path Variable

Connecting Spring Boot REST API with React Frontend

  • 03 Step 31 - Connecting React with Restful API - 1 - Preparing Welcome Page

  • 03 Step 32 - Connecting React with Restful API - 2 - Understanding Axios HTTP Cleint Framework and Promises

  • 03 Step 33 - Connecting React with Restful API - 3 - Running React App on Port 4200

  • 03 Step 34 - Connecting React with Restful API - 4 - Adding Axios and Creating HelloWorldService

  • 03 Step 35 - Connecting React with Restful API - 5 - Allow Cross Origin Requests From Spring Boot

  • 03 Step 36 - Connecting React with Restful API - 6 - Quick Review

  • 03 Step 37 - Calling Hello World Bean JSON API from React Frontend

  • 03 Step 38 - Calling Hello World HTTP Service with Path Variables

  • 03 Step 39 - Handling API Error Responses in React Frontend

  • 03 Step 40 - Designing RESTful Services for Todo Resource

  • 03 Step 41 -- Creating Spring Boot REST API for retrieving Todo List

  • 03 Step 42 - Connecting React Frontend with Todo List RESTful Service

  • 03 Step 43 - Understanding Important React Lifecycle Methods

  • 03 Step 44 -- Creating Spring Boot REST API to delete a Todo - 1 - Create DELETE Request Method

  • 03 Step 45 -- Creating Spring Boot REST API to delete a Todo - Execute DELETE Request Method

  • 03 Step 46 - Adding Delete Todo Feature to React Frontend

  • 03 Step 47 - Creating Todo Component and Handle Routing

  • 03 Step 48 - Designing Todo Form with moment, Formik and Bootstrap

  • 03 Step 49 - Initializing and Handling Form Submit with Formik

  • 03 Step 50 - Implementing Form Validation with Formik

  • 03 Step 51 - Creating Retrieve Todo Spring Boot API and Connecting React

  • 03 Step 52 -- Creating Spring Boot REST API for Updating Todo - PUT Request Method

  • 03 Step 53 -- Creating Spring Boot REST API for Creating a Todo - POST Request Method

  • 03 Step 54 -- RESTful Web Services - Best Practices

  • 03 Step 55 - Implementing Update Todo Feature in React Frontend

  • 03 Step 56 - Implementing New Todo Feature in React Frontend

Getting Started with Spring Security and Basic Auth

  • 03 Step 57 -- Overview of Security with Basic Auth and JWT

  • 03 Step 58 -- Setting up Spring Security

  • 03 Step 59 -- Configure standard userid and password

  • 03 Step 60 - Enhancing React Welcome Data Service to use Basic Auth

  • 03 Step 61 -- Configure Spring Security to disable CSRF and enable OPTION Requests

  • 03 Step 62 - Creating React Axios Interceptor to add Basic Auth Header

  • 03 Step 63 - Remove Hard Coding of User Credentials

  • 03 Step 64 -- Create Basic Authentication RESTful Service in Spring Boot

  • 03 Step 65 - Enhance React Frontend to use Basic Auth API to Validate Login Credentials

Getting Started with JWT

  • 03 Step 66 -- Introduction to JWT

  • 03 Step 67 - Importing JWT Framework into Eclipse

  • 03 Step 68 - Quick Tip - Resolving JWT Compilation Errors

  • 03 Step 69 -- Executing JWT Resources - Get Token and Refresh Token

  • 03 Step 70 -- Understanding JWT Spring Security Framework Setup

  • 03 Step 71 -- Creating a New User with Encoded Password

  • 03 Step 72 - Using JWT Token in React Frontend

  • 03 Step 73 - Best Practice - Use Constants for URLs and Tokens

Integrating with the Backend using JPA and Hibernate

  • 03 Step 74 -- Setting up Todo Entity and Populating Data

  • 03 Step 75 - Connecting React with GET REST APIs connected to JPA Repository

  • 03 Step 76 - Connecting POST, PUT and DELETE REST APIs to JPA Repository

  • 03 Step 77 - Connecting React Frontend with JPA POST, PUT and DELETE REST APIs

Spring Boot in 10 Steps

  • Introduction to Spring Boot in 10 Steps

  • Step 01 - Introduction to Spring Boot - Goals and Important Features

  • Step 02 - Developing Spring Applications before Spring Boot

  • Step 03 - Using Spring Initializr to create a Spring Boot Application

  • Step 04 - Creating a Simple REST Controller

  • Step 05 - What is Spring Boot Auto Configuration?

  • Step 06 - Spring Boot vs Spring vs Spring MVC

  • Step 07 - Spring Boot Starter Projects - Starter Web and Starter JPA

  • Step 08 - Overview of different Spring Boot Starter Projects

  • Step 09 - Spring Boot Actuator

  • Step 10 - Spring Boot Developer Tools

First 10 Steps in JPA with H2 in-memory database

  • Introduction to JPA in 10 Steps

  • Step 01 - Object Relational Impedence Mismatch - Understanding the problem that JPA solves

  • Step 02 - World before JPA - JDBC, Spring JDBC and myBatis

  • Step 03 - Introduction to JPA

  • Step 04 - Creating a JPA Project using Spring Initializr

  • Step 05 - Defining a JPA Entity - User

  • Step 06 - Defining a Service to manage the Entity - UserService and EntityManager

  • Step 07 - Using a Command Line Runner to save the User to database.

  • Step 08 - Magic of Spring Boot and In Memory Database H2

  • Step 09 - Introduction to Spring Data JPA

  • Step 10 - More JPA Repository - findById and findAll

Start Learning Now. Hit the Enroll Button!

RESTful Web Services with Spring Framework – A quick start

A quick start to building your REST API with Spring Boot and Spring MVC

Created by Sergey Kargopolov - Software developer

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Students: 38871, Price: Free

Students: 38871, Price:  Free

This video course is a Quick Start to learning How to Build RESTful Web Services with Spring Framework.

As you go through this video course you will learn how to use tools like:

  • Spring Tool Suite Development Environment,

  • Postman HTTP client, so that you can send HTTP Requests and Receive HTTP Responses,

  • You will also learn how to Download and Install Java if you do not have it already.

Although this video course is very short, and is very simple, it is also very practical!

  • You will write Java code that handles different types of HTTP Requests. You will learn how to create web service endpoints that accept HTTP Post, HTTP GET, HTTP PUT and HTTP Delete requests.

  • You will learn how to make your RESTful Web Service endpoints accept information via URL Query String parameters, via URL Path Parameters as well as information sent via the body of HTTP Request,

  • Additionally to learning how to read request parameters from HTTP request, you will learn how to make your RESTful Web Service, return information in different formats. For example, you will learn how to return information as a plain text or as a JSON or XML document.

  • You will learn how to validate HTTP request parameters and also how to validate a information sent via HTTP Request body. Make sure that certain required fields are not empty and that email address for example is of a correct format.

  • You will learn how to handle errors in your RESTful Web Service and also learn how to return information about the error in different custom formats.

  • And finally, additionally to building and running your RESTful Web Service with a Spring Tool Suite development environment, you will learn how to run your RESTful Web Service as a standalone Java application which runs independently of your development environment.

HANDS ON DOCKER for JAVA Developers

Complete Hands on Course for Java Developers

Created by Sinduja Sundararaju - Pictolearn Technologies

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Students: 33667, Price: Free

Students: 33667, Price:  Free

This course is a 100% HANDS ON course for Java Enthusiasts who want to use DOCKER To Build->Ship->Run Java Apps using Docker and want to learn thru 10+ real world hands on use cases. This course is optimized for the busy professional with real world use cases examples and problem solving. The student registering for the course should be able to dedicate time towards Hands on labs to get a clearer understanding on how to use docker.

Docker Version: 18.03.1-ce, JDK 8

Learn to build real world apps using Java and Docker with Microservices using the Spring framework, JQuery, Bootstrap and much more.... T

  • Apart from the theoretical aspect here are the HANDS ON LAB Exercises which will be covered
    MICROSERVICES using Docker .
  • Build a Spring MVC and MYSQL RESTFUL MICROSERVICE, Scale a micro service with multiple containers 
  • Build a Proxy Servlet, a filter with a Spring MVC app backed by MYSQL to load balance the requests between containers. 
  • Learn what the real world problems are and how Docker attempts to solve real world use cases. 
  • Learn to Run WEB Apps on Apache HTTP and NGINX Web servers in Docker as containers. 
  • Learn to run Simple Java Programs developed using JDK8 using Docker 
  • Create a sample Spring MVC Web App running with a bootstrap and JQUERY UI and run it using Docker 
  • Learn about Docker machines and Docker compose 
  • Upload your code to DOCKER HUB and share your Docker images for deployments with peers

Angular and Spring MVC (Updated: Angular 9 and Spring boot)

Full stack development with Angular and Spring MVC (Updated to Angular 9 and Spring Boot 2)

Created by Bushan Sirgur - Java Developer, Blogger, Youtuber

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Students: 33537, Price: Free

Students: 33537, Price:  Free

Welcome to the Full Stack Development with Angular and Spring MVC. For those of you, who don't know Angular and Spring MVC, i would like give a quick introduction about these two technologies.

Angular is one of the most popular front end Javascript framework for building web application, on the other hand, Spring MVC is also one of most popular Java framework for building Java Web Applications, using which we can build industry standard Java/J2EE Enterprise Applications.

So in this course we are taking an advantage of these two technologies and we are going to build a web application. The application that we are going to build is not a simple Hello World application, we are going to build an End-to-End Database Application, we are going to perform all the CRUD operations, like CREATE, READ, UPDATE, DELETE.

What are we going to build in this course ?

In this course we are going to build a Book Management System, where the user can,

  • CREATE a book

  • READ a book

  • UPDATE a book

  • DELETE a book

How do we start this course?

  • We will begin this course by Creating a REST API which is a BOOK API and we are going to build this API using Spring MVC and we will make use of Hibernate as our ORM. The BOOK API provide a bunch of service end points which we are going to make HTTP calls on those service end points using Angular

I am super excited to teach you this course. I will see you inside the course.

Basic knowledge

  • Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript

  • Basic knowledge of Core Java

  • Basic knowledge of Spring MVC

  • Basic knowledge of Hibernate

  • Basic knwoledge of RESTful web services

What you will learn

  • So by the end of this course, you will have a better knowledge of Angular and Spring MVC. You will have a better understanding of how to integrate Angular and Spring MVC. You are able to create your own API and making a HTTP calls using Angular

Java Spring Tutorial Masterclass – Learn Spring Framework 5

Can't Find a good Spring Tutorial? Finally Understand Spring 5 With Spring Core, Spring MVC, Spring Boot 2 and more

Created by Tim Buchalka - Java Python Android and C# Expert Developer - 987K+ students

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Students: 32748, Price: $89.99

Students: 32748, Price:  Paid

There is no doubt that having Spring Framework skills on your résumé will make you a more employable Java developer.

Spring developers are in high demand and are paid handsomely.  However, the framework is huge.  That’s because it consists of lots of modules and projects.  Learning it can take you months.  You will often find that a Java Spring tutorial or training course will focus on parts of the framework that don’t get used that much.

What Spring technologies should you focus on initially?

Many Java spring courses teach you all sorts of things you really don’t need to know when you are starting out.

If you are just starting out with Spring, the areas that will have the biggest impact for you are Spring Core, Spring MVC and Spring Boot 2.

Spring Core is an application framework and inversion of control (ioc) container for the java platform.

Spring MVC, or Spring Web MVC to be more precise is a web framework and provides Model View Controller architecture. It’s built around a DispatcherServlet.

Spring Boot 2.0 is a way to create standalone Spring based Applications that you can just run – so it simplifies the entire process of creating and deploying Spring apps – It can embed databases and do all sorts of configuration automatically.

These three areas are a great place to start – just having these skills will take you a long way.  Of course, there is more to learn, but these are the areas to focus on initially.

Why this course is perfect if you want to learn Spring 5 fast.

Firstly, here are some comments about the course.

"Great and deep understanding of Spring in this course. Perfect speed, new technologies, and explanation of every detail. " - Arkadiusz Siry

"Amazing.Very good instructions" - Emmanuel Akono Sarsah

Check the reviews for more - This is one of the highest rated Spring courses on Udemy.

A Java Spring tutorial needs to teach you the core technologies listed above as an absolute minimum.  This course will get you up to speed with those technologies.

Having good knowledge of a Java template engine that works with the Spring 5 framework, and a detailed understanding of the build tools (for building single and multi module projects) is highly desirable.

We’ve added comprehensive training for Thymeleaf 4 as well as Maven 3 in the course to give you those skills.

This content is ready for you to get started with today.  We’ve been working hard on some final training that we believe will round out a Spring developers skills perfectly.

The final content we are in the process of adding to the course now is for Gradle (another build tool), Spring Data (provides access to persistence stores), JPA (Java Persistence Layer), Hibernate (Object Relational Mapping tool) and database versioning (like source control but for databases).

This content will be provided to existing students in the course for free in the coming weeks.

Bonus Free Spring training

Our original course was released with Spring 4 which was the current version at the time – we created a course around that, using the Eclipse editor.

Unlike other Udemy Spring courses, we completely upgraded the content to Spring 5 – We re-recorded what is effectively a brand new course for Spring 5 using JetBrains award winning IntelliJ IDEA and released if free to existing students.

This older content is still available for you to access after you have been through the brand new training – It’s still useful as some companies still use Spring 4 technology.

What skills do you need to take the course?

This course is for anyone who wants to get into Spring framework programming.  We assume you have never used Spring previously.

Any Java Enterprise edition (Java EE) technology requires you to know at least some Java programming. That’s because Java EE is built on top of the Java Standard Edition (Java SE).  That’s the regular Java language.

The Spring Framework is built on top of Java EE, and thus you need to have some basic Java programming skills to be able to go through this course.

If you’ve been through at least some of the Java Masterclass on Udemy (created by one of the instructors in this course) or similar Java training, then you will have no problem going through the course.

Who are the instructors?

Your instructors are Tim Buchalka and Goran Lochert.  Both have many years of commercial programming experience using the technologies taught in the course.

Tim has been working with Java for 18 years, and Goran is both Spring certified and Oracle Java certified.

They have a number of very successful Udemy courses, including Tim’s Java Masterclass and Goran’s Oracle Java Certification course.

Here’s what’s important. There’re lot of people teaching Spring who are not developers. We’re developers with many years’ experience with JEE and Spring, who also teach Spring.

And you guessed it. Learning Spring the “wrong way” is not only a wasted opportunity, it may harm your career in the long run.  If you don’t follow industry best practices when creating Spring projects, you not going to fit in well with a future employer.

Because you are working with career professional developers, you will learn Spring 5 the right way in this course.

What if you have questions?

As if this course wasn’t complete enough, we offer full support, answering any questions you have 7 days a week (whereas many instructors answer just once per week, or not at all).

This means you’ll never find yourself stuck on one lesson for days on end. With our hand-holding guidance, you’ll progress smoothly through this course without any major roadblocks.

That’s just one reason why Tim was voted top 10 in the  Udemy instructor awards (out of a whopping 18,000 instructors), and quickly became a top-rated, bestselling instructor on the Udemy site. 

Student Quotes: “I loved the course because the instructor was really good and explained everything + the support team is really quick in answering our questions the course is worth buying, and i would suggest people to buy it.” –Hamza Shahid

There’s no risk either!

This course comes with a full 30 day money-back guarantee. Meaning if you are not completely satisfied with the course or your progress, simply let Tim or J-P know and they will refund you 100%, every last penny no questions asked.

You either end up with Spring framework skills, go on to develop great programs and potentially make an awesome career for yourself, or you try the course and simply get all your money back if you don’t like it…

You literally can’t lose.

Ready to get started, developer?

Enrol now using the “Add to Cart” button on the right, and get started today. Or, take this course for a free spin using the preview feature, so you know you’re 100% certain this course is for you.

Learn Spring Boot – Rapid Spring Application Development

Spring Boot gives you all the power of the Spring Framework without all of the complexity. Start writing apps today!

Created by Dan Vega - Learn w/ Dan: Best Selling Udemy Instructor - 100+K Students

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Students: 22309, Price: $109.99

Students: 22309, Price:  Paid

Do you want to learn how to use Spring Boot to create engaging applications? Do you want to learn it in mere minutes instead of suffering for days trying to learn various programming languages? Are you a Spring Developer looking to hone your skills or just someone who is looking to expand their programming skill set?

Then this course, offered by Udemy and created by a Cleveland based Software Engineer, Dan Vega is the right choice for you. This particular course offered, called “Learn Spring Boot” is designed to introduce you to Spring Boot through showing you an opinionated view of the building of Spring applications through both the Java and Groovy programming languages. It is a crash course, one where very little knowledge of both of these programming languages is recommended and where any prior knowledge of the Spring Framework is not at all necessary in order to learn.

So what is Spring Boot and why is it necessary to learn? Spring Boot and the Spring Framework makes it easy to create both powered and production grade applications and services that run on their own and can be maintained with a minimum fuss. It also provides production ready features such as metrics, health checks and even externalized configuration. It is software designed to run anywhere, meaning you can create executable JARs, which is one of the most favorable features of this type of program.

While learning this type of application might seem like a daunting task, this course structures Spring Boot and Spring Framework learning in an easy to comprehend fashion. Featuring topics like an Introduction into the Framework as well as step by step guidelines into creating your first application, this course is perfect for almost any user. The only requirements in order to excel at this courses’ teaching of Spring Boot is some familiarity with Java and Groovy programming languages, some web development experiences as well as a computer that is capable of running both Java + Intellij or Eclipse.

Besides this course offering lifetime access to all eighty featured lectures and over ten hours of teaching content, it also offers you the opportunity to create Spring MVC applications and also tutorials on how to connect to various databases using Spring Data. This course will be extremely beneficial to students who are new to Spring Boot, students who are unfamiliar with Spring Framework or those who are looking into writing their own apps. This course applies to all of these cases.

Coming with nearly all five star ratings, this course from Dan Vega and Udemy comes highly reviewed and rated. Dan’s teaching style is described as “detailed” and “responsive” and his “obvious love and enthusiasm for the framework is infectious”. And since it is a course open to all skill levels and understandings, it is one of the best choices on the Udemy market for those looking to learn the ins and outs of the Spring Boot Framework as well as those looking to hone their skills in Java web development.

Spring Boot Microservices and Spring Cloud

Learn to build RESTful Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Created by Sergey Kargopolov - Software developer

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Students: 21969, Price: $39.99

Students: 21969, Price:  Paid

This video course is for Beginners who have never build RESTful Web Services and Microservices before. It will guide you step-by-step through basics and will help you create and run RESTful Microservices from scratch. You will learn how to run Microservices on your own developer's machine as well as in Docker Containers on AWS EC2 Linux machines.

By the end of this course, you will have your own RESTful Spring Boot Microservices built and running in Spring Cloud.

You will learn how to create and run your own: 

  • RESTful Microservices,

  • Eureka Discovery Service,

  • Zuul API Gateway,

  • Spring Cloud API Gateway,

  • Load Balancer,

  • Spring Cloud Config Server,

You will learn to use:

  • Spring Cloud Bus and Rabbit MQ,

  • Spring Boot Actuator

You will also learn how to implement for your REST API features like: 

  • User Authentication(Login) and,

  • User Authorization(Registration)

You will learn to use: 

  • Spring Security and JWT

You will learn how to use: 

  • Spring Data JPA to store user details in a database,

  • H2 in-memory database and a database console,

  • MySQL database server,

  • Postman HTTP Client,

  • Spring Tool Suite,

  • Spring Initializer

This course also covers how to:

  • Trace HTTP Requests with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin(Distributed tracing)

  • Aggregate log files in one place(Centralized logging) with ELK stack(Logstash, Elasticsearch, Kibana).

You will also learn how to: 

  • Start up AWS EC2 Linux machine,

  • Install Docker,

  • Create Docker images,

  • Run Microservices in Docker containers on multiple EC2 Linux machines in Amazon AWS Cloud.

Introduction to Spring Boot 2 and Spring Framework 5

Build a Spring Boot Web Application

Created by John Thompson - Spring Framework Guru - Best Selling Instructor

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Students: 20894, Price: Free

Students: 20894, Price:  Free

This course a free introduction to Spring Boot 2 and Spring Framework 5.

Inside the course you will learn how easy it is to build a web application using Spring Boot 2.

You will learn how to create the initial Spring Boot project using the Spring Initializer.

Next is creating JPA Entities for persistence to a database using Hibernate.

Spring Boot will auto configure an in-memory H2 database, and you will see how to use Spring Boot with Spring Data JPA to initialize data into the database.

Finally, you are shown how to display data from the database on a web page with Spring MVC and Thymeleaf templates.

If you are new to Spring Boot, this is the perfect course to get you started!

Spring Boot Microservices with Spring Cloud Beginner to Guru

Learn to Master Spring Boot Microservices with Spring Cloud and Docker

Created by John Thompson - Spring Framework Guru - Best Selling Instructor

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Students: 20384, Price: $119.99

Students: 20384, Price:  Paid

Microservices are all the buzz in the industry right now.

Building a microservice is not just a matter of using RESTFul APIs.

Microservices are much MUCH more than that.

In this course you will learn that Microservices are an architectural style. The allow companies to achieve massive scale while maintaining a high degree of flexibility. 

This course goes beyond simple RESTful APIs and explores microservices as an architectural style.

** What Students are Saying about the Course **

★★★★★ Great course, you can be sure about it. If you're fairly new to the java world and spring framework, I highly suggest to follow Spring Framework from beginner to guru (the teacher is always John). In my experience I can tell you that after the first course, I managed to progress in my career twice, with praises of my colleagues and managers. The content of both courses is very well explained and easy to learn. If you want to stand out, definitely this course worth the money.

★★★★★ Very good course on microservices with Spring! It gave me a good starting point for the upcoming task at my work! 5* all the way for John!

★★★★★ I like this course a lot! It's exactly what I needed after some experience with Spring Boot, to go to the next level. A lot of applications are presented, giving the opportunity to exercise what you've learned. The assignments are also very welcomed.

★★★★★ Very VERY good content, well structured approach and clear explanations. Very enjoyable and educative. I'm even picking up a few techniques / frameworks I hadn't really used before.

About the Course

Traditionally, large enterprise class applications were developed as large monolithic applications.

The Spring Framework started as an alternative to J2EE (now JEE) for building these large monolithic enterprise applications.

As the industry evolved to favor microservices over monoliths, the Spring Framework and Spring Boot evolved also.

The Spring Framework gives you a battle-tested enterprise grade framework for building applications.

Spring Boot and Spring Cloud are tools specifically for the development of microservices using the Spring Framework.

Microservices present a unique set of challenges over monoliths. Spring Boot and Spring Cloud help you overcome these changes.

  • What are these challenges that microservices have, which traditional monoliths do not?

  • Is it okay for microservices to share databases?

  • How do you coordinate business logic across a series of microservices?

  • How do you manage transactions across serval microservices with different databases?

To explain these questions, in this course you get to explore a traditional Spring Boot monolith type of application. (Along the style of Spring Pet Clinic).

We will then re-create this monolithic application using a set of microservices.

You get to see, step by step how to build 3 different microservices.

Microservices are much more than just having a set of RESTFul APIs. Microservices frequently use asynchronous messaging systems, which is fully covered.

While the Spring Framework and Spring Boot are the tools you use to construct Microservices, Spring Cloud provides the tools to deploy microservices.

You get to see the latest tools in Spring Cloud for deploying Spring Boot Microservices into a distributed (or cloud) environment.

In 2018, Netflix announced several core projects to Spring Cloud were entering maintenance mode. Meaning no new development would be done on these projects.

Thus, in December of 2018, the Spring Cloud Team recommended several key replacements:

Previous               Replacement

Hystrix         -->      Resliience4J

Ribbon         -->     Spring Cloud Load Balancer

Zuul 1           -->     Spring Cloud Gateway

Archaius 1    -->    Spring Cloud Config

Therefore, the recommend replacements are covered in this course.

Covered in this Course

In this course you will learn:

  • Develop RESTful Services using Spring MVC

  • Consume RESTFul Services with Spring RestTemplate

  • How to use Project Lombok

  • How to use MapStruct

  • Spring Data JPA with Hibernate

  • Configuration of Spring Boot for MySQL and H2

  • How to use and configure Jackson for processing JSON with Spring Boot

  • Data validation with Spring Boot and Hibernate Validator

  • Documentation and testing of Spring Boot microservices using Spring RESTdocs

  • Standardizing dependencies using Apache Maven

  • Spring Application Events

  • Using JMS Messaging using Apache ActiveMQ Artemis

  • The microservice Saga Pattern

  • How to use Spring State Machine for coordinating Sagas

  • Integration Testing using Spring Boot and JUnit 5

  • Using WireMock with JUnit 5

  • How to use Awaitily in your Integration Tests

  • The API Gateway pattern using Spring Cloud Gateway

  • Load Balanced Routes using Netflix Ribbon / Spring Cloud Loadbalancer

  • Service Registration using Netflix Eureka

  • Service Discovery with Netflix Eureka

  • Service Discovery using Spring Cloud OpenFeign

  • Circuit Breaker Pattern using Reslience4J and Hystrix / Spring Cloud OpenFeign

  • Manage configuration with Spring Cloud Config

  • Distributed tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth and Zipkin

  • Securing Spring Cloud with Spring Security

  • Use Docker to create images for your Spring Boot applications

  • Push your Docker Images to Docker Hub

  • Configure Logback with Logstash for JSON logging output

  • Using Docker Compose to start and stop your microservices

  • Use ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) for consolidated Logging

  • Provision virtual machines in the cloud for Eureka, Apache ActiveMQ Artemis, Spring Cloud Config, Zipkin, Elasticsearch, and Kibana.

  • Provision MySQL databases using Digital Ocean.

  • Create Docker Droplets (aka Virtual Machines) in Digital Ocean

  • Deploy Spring Cloud Config in the the cloud with Eureka

  • Create a Docker Swarm Cluster for Spring Boot Microservices

And much much more!

Inside the Course

  • Links all source code examples (Dozens of GitHub repositories are used for this course!)

  • Challenging Assignments

  • All slides are downloadable as PDFs for your reference and study

Course Extra - IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

Students enrolling in the course can receive a free 4 month trial license to IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate! Get hands on experience using the Java IDE preferred by Spring Framework professionals! 

Course Extra - Access to a Private Slack Community

You're not just enrolling in a course --> You are joining a community learning Spring.

With your enrollment to the course, you can access an exclusive Slack community. Get help from the instructor and other Spring Framework Gurus from around the world - in real time! This community is only available to students enrolled in this course. 

This is a very active Slack community with hundreds Spring Framework Gurus from around the world!

When you enroll in this course, you can join this community of awesome gurus!

Apache Kafka and Spring Boot (Consumer, Producer)

In this course Apache Kafka and Spring Boot will be used to establish communication between them.

Created by Arbi Elezi - Software Developer | Computer Engineer | Instructor

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Students: 19457, Price: Free

Students: 19457, Price:  Free

In this course, you are going to learn how to consume from an Apache Kafka topic and consume from it using a simple Spring Boot Application. This course is not for everyone, as you need basic experience with Maven, Spring Boot and Apache Kafka.

This course focuses solely on practicality, thus concepts of Spring Framework or Apache Kafka will not be explained in detail, but instead a small simple project will be built.

Spring & Spring Boot Interview Guide

Spring & Spring Boot Interview Guide with 200+ Questions & Answers. With REST API, JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA.

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 18401, Price: $99.99

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How about Quickly Revising all the Important Spring and Spring Boot Concepts in about 6 Hours before an interview?

Spring ?   Yes.    Spring Boot ? Included.    Spring MVC ?  Yes.    Spring REST ? Yes.   Spring AOP ? Yes. 

Spring JDBC? Included.            Spring Data JPA? Yes.  Of Course.         Hibernate? Yes. 

Web Services? Yes.                   SOAP? Yes. Of Course                              REST API? Absolutely!

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - It is a short and sweet for Spring Framework review course. It will refresh most of the topic at Spring & Spring Boot. It is the course who want to refresh their knowledge at Spring framework in short-period.

5 STARS - Best course to refresh the spring concepts and syntax in short time to prepare the interviews.

5 STARS - Very good course expaining details of the Spring Framework. The widely discussed topics Spring (Framework, MVC, Boot, Data, JDBC, JPA), Unit and Integration Testing, etc. will help everyone to understand these not-so-easy issues in a deeper way.

5 STARS - A well Crafted Course. Thanks to Ranga Karanam!

COURSE OVERVIEW:

Spring Framework is the Most Popular Java Framework ever. It continues to evolve with changing architectures. Spring Boot is one of the most popular Spring projects. Spring Boot is the most used Java framework to develop RESTful Services and Microservices.

Preparing for Spring Interview is tricky. There are a wide range of Spring Modules and Spring Projects you would need to recollect and be prepared to answer questions on. You would need to get a Good Understanding of the new features of Spring and have a Firm Grasp of the concepts you implemented in your projects. 

This course helps you prepare for Spring Interview with code examples covering 200+ Spring Interview Questions and Answers on Spring, Spring Boot, Spring MVC, Spring JDBC, JPA, AOP, RESTful Services and SOAP Web Services. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

Spring

  1. What is Loose Coupling?

  2. What is a Dependency?

  3. What is IOC (Inversion of Control)?

  4. What is Dependency Injection?

  5. Can you give few examples of Dependency Injection?

  6. What is Auto Wiring?

  7. What are the important roles of an IOC Container?

  8. What are Bean Factory and Application Context?

  9. Can you compare Bean Factory with Application Context?

  10. How do you create an application context with Spring?

  11. How does Spring know where to search for Components or Beans?

  12. What is a Component Scan?

  13. How do you define a component scan in XML and Java Configurations?

  14. How is it done with Spring Boot?

  15. What does @Component signify?

  16. What does @Autowired signify?

  17. What’s the difference Between @Controller, @Component, @Repository, and @Service Annotations in Spring?

  18. What is the default scope of a bean?

  19. Are Spring beans thread safe?

  20. What are the other scopes available?

  21. How is Spring’s singleton bean different from Gang of Four Singleton Pattern?

  22. What are the different types of dependency injections?

  23. What is setter injection?

  24. What is constructor injection?

  25. How do you choose between setter and constructor injections?

  26. What are the different options available to create Application Contexts for Spring?

  27. What is the difference between XML and Java Configurations for Spring?

  28. How do you choose between XML and Java Configurations for Spring?

  29. How does Spring do Autowiring?

  30. What are the different kinds of matching used by Spring for Autowiring?

  31. How do you debug problems with Spring Framework?

  32. How do you solve NoUniqueBeanDefinitionException?

  33. How do you solve NoSuchBeanDefinitionException?

  34. What is @Primary?

  35. What is @Qualifier?

  36. What is CDI (Contexts and Dependency Injection)?

  37. Does Spring Support CDI?

  38. Would you recommed to use CDI or Spring Annotations?

  39. What are the major features in different versions of Spring?

  40. What are new features in Spring Framework 4.0?

  41. What are new features in Spring Framework 5.0?

  42. What are important Spring Modules?

  43. What are important Spring Projects?

  44. What is the simplest way of ensuring that we are using single version of all Spring related dependencies?

  45. Name some of the design patterns used in Spring Framework?

  46. What do you think about Spring Framework?

  47. Why is Spring Popular?

  48. Can you give a big picture of the Spring Framework?

Spring MVC

  1. What is Model 1 architecture?

  2. What is Model 2 architecture?

  3. What is Model 2 Front Controller architecture?

  4. Can you show an example controller method in Spring MVC?

  5. Can you explain a simple flow in Spring MVC?

  6. What is a ViewResolver?

  7. What is Model?

  8. What is ModelAndView?

  9. What is a RequestMapping?

  10. What is Dispatcher Servlet?

  11. How do you set up Dispatcher Servlet?

  12. What is a form backing object?

  13. How is validation done using Spring MVC?

  14. What is BindingResult?

  15. How do you map validation results to your view?

  16. What are Spring Form Tags?

  17. What is a Path Variable?

  18. What is a Model Attribute?

  19. What is a Session Attribute?

  20. What is a init binder?

  21. How do you set default date format with Spring?

  22. Why is Spring MVC so popular?

Spring Boot

  1. What is Spring Boot?

  2. What are the important Goals of Spring Boot?

  3. What are the important Features of Spring Boot?

  4. Compare Spring Boot vs Spring?

  5. Compare Spring Boot vs Spring MVC?

  6. What is the importance of @SpringBootApplication?

  7. What is Auto Configuration?

  8. How can we find more information about Auto Configuration?

  9. What is an embedded server? Why is it important?

  10. What is the default embedded server with Spring Boot?

  11. What are the other embedded servers supported by Spring Boot?

  12. What are Starter Projects?

  13. Can you give examples of important starter projects?

  14. What is Starter Parent?

  15. What are the different things that are defined in Starter Parent?

  16. How does Spring Boot enforce common dependency management for all its Starter projects?

  17. What is Spring Initializr?

  18. What is application.properties?

  19. What are some of the important things that can customized in application.properties?

  20. How do you externalize configuration using Spring Boot?

  21. How can you add custom application properties using Spring Boot?

  22. What is @ConfigurationProperties?

  23. What is a profile?

  24. How do you define beans for a specific profile?

  25. How do you create application configuration for a specific profile?

  26. How do you have different configuration for different environments?

  27. What is Spring Boot Actuator?

  28. How do you monitor web services using Spring Boot Actuator?

  29. How do you find more information about your application envrionment using Spring Boot?

  30. What is a CommandLineRunner?

Database Connectivity - JDBC, Spring JDBC & JPA

  1. What is Spring JDBC? How is different from JDBC?

  2. What is a JdbcTemplate?

  3. What is a RowMapper?

  4. What is JPA?

  5. What is Hibernate?

  6. How do you define an entity in JPA?

  7. What is an Entity Manager?

  8. What is a Persistence Context?

  9. How do you map relationships in JPA?

  10. What are the different types of relationships in JPA?

  11. How do you define One to One Mapping in JPA?

  12. How do you define One to Many Mapping in JPA?

  13. How do you define Many to Many Mapping in JPA?

  14. How do you define a datasource in a Spring Context?

  15. What is the use of persistence.xml

  16. How do you configure Entity Manager Factory and Transaction Manager?

  17. How do you define transaction management for Spring – Hibernate integration?

Spring Data

  1. What is Spring Data?

  2. What is the need for Spring Data?

  3. What is Spring Data JPA?

  4. What is a CrudRepository?

  5. What is a PagingAndSortingRepository?

Unit Testing

  1. How does Spring Framework Make Unit Testing Easy?

  2. What is Mockito?

  3. What is your favorite mocking framework?

  4. How do you do mock data with Mockito?

  5. What are the different mocking annotations that you worked with?

  6. What is MockMvc?

  7. What is @WebMvcTest?

  8. What is @MockBean?

  9. How do you write a unit test with MockMVC?

  10. What is JSONAssert?

  11. How do you write an integration test with Spring Boot?

  12. What is @SpringBootTest?

  13. What is @LocalServerPort?

  14. What is TestRestTemplate?

AOP

  1. What are cross cutting concerns?

  2. How do you implement cross cutting concerns in a web application?

  3. If you would want to log every request to a web application, what are the options you can think of?

  4. If you would want to track performance of every request, what options can you think of?

  5. What is an Aspect and Pointcut in AOP?

  6. What are the different types of AOP advices?

  7. What is weaving?

  8. Compare Spring AOP vs AspectJ?

SOAP Web Services

  1. What is a Web Service?

  2. What is SOAP Web Service?

  3. What is SOAP?

  4. Waht is a SOAP Envelope?

  5. What is SOAP Header and SOAP Body?

  6. Can you give an example of SOAP Request and SOAP Response?

  7. What is a SOAP Header? What kind of information is sent in a SOAP Header?

  8. Can you give an example of a SOAP Header with Authentication information?

  9. What is WSDL (Web Service Definition Language)?

  10. What are the different parts of a WSDL?

  11. What is Contract First Approach?

  12. What is an XSD?

  13. Can you give an example of an XSD?

  14. What is JAXB?

  15. How do you configure a JAXB Plugin?

  16. What is an Endpoint?

  17. Can you show an example endpoint written with Spring Web Services?

  18. What is a MessageDispatcherServlet?

  19. How do you configure a MessageDispatcherServlet?

  20. How do you generate a WSDL using Spring Web Services?

  21. How do you implement error handling for SOAP Web Services?

  22. What is a SOAP Fault?

RESTful Web Services

  1. What is REST?

  2. What are the key concepts in designing RESTful API?

  3. What are the Best Practices of RESTful Services?

  4. Can you show the code for an example Get Resource method with Spring REST?

  5. What happens when we return a bean from a Request Mapping Method?

  6. What is GetMapping and what are the related methods available in Spring MVC?

  7. Can you show the code for an example Post Resource method with Spring REST?

  8. What is the appropriate HTTP Response Status for successful execution of a Resource Creation?

  9. Why do we use ResponseEntity in a RESTful Service?

  10. What is HATEOAS?

  11. Can you give an Example Response for HATEOAS?

  12. How do we implement it using Spring?

  13. How do you document RESTful web services?

  14. Can you give a brief idea about Swagger Documentation?

  15. How do you automate generation of Swagger Documentation from RESTful Web Services?

  16. How do you add custom information to Swagger Documentation generated from RESTful Web Services?

  17. What is Swagger-UI?

  18. What is "Representation" of a Resource?

  19. What is Content Negotiation?

  20. Which HTTP Header is used for Content Negotiation?

  21. How do we implement it using Spring Boot?

  22. How do you add XML support to your RESTful Services built with Spring Boot?

  23. How do you implement Exception Handling for RESTFul Web Services?

  24. What are the best practices related to Exception Handling with respect to RESTful Web Services?

  25. What are the different error status that you would return in RESTful Web Services?

  26. How would you implement them using Spring Boot?

  27. What HTTP Response Status do you return for validation errors?

  28. How do you handle Validation Errors with RESTful Web Services?

  29. Why do we need Versioning for RESTful Web Services?

  30. What are the versioning options that are available?

  31. How do you implement Versioning for RESTful Web Services?

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RESTful Web Services, Java, Spring Boot, Spring MVC and JPA

Implement API calls: Sign-up, sign-in, email verification, password reset, update, delete. Deploy to Amazon AWS Cloud.

Created by Sergey Kargopolov - Software developer

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Students: 18203, Price: $39.99

Students: 18203, Price:  Paid

This is a very practical video course aimed at beginner Java developers to help them build their very first RESTful Web Service application with Java, Spring MVCSpring Boot and Spring Data JPA to implement features like: 

  • User sign-up and User sign-in, 

  • Email verification,

  • Password Reset,

  • Get user details API call, 

  • Get list of users API call and implement Pagination, 

  • Update user details and Delete user details API calls, 

  • Learn to secure Web Service endpoints with Spring Security

  • Learn to use Amazon AWS Simple Email Service(SES) to send and request to confirm user email address, 

  • and learn to generate and include the JSON Web Token in HTTP Request.

Students will learn how to use Postman HTTP client software to send: HTTP POST, GET, DELETE and PUT requests, as well as how to set needed HTTP Headers. We will also cover how to: 

  • Send data to your RESTful WebService via HTTP Body and,

  • How to pass data via URL Query String and as a Path parameter,

  • How to enable your RESTful Web Service to respond to Cross Origin AJAX HTTP Requests.

You will also learn how to make your RESTful Web Service accept and respond back with JSON or XML media type.

This video course you will learn how to: 

  • Download and install Spring Tool Suite(STS), 

  • Download and install MySQL server and MySQL Workbench GUI, 

  • Download and run Apache Tomcat,

  • Add a specific Apache Tomcat Version to your Spring Tool Suite, 

  • User Maven to build and run your project as well as package it into a deployable WAR file, 

  • You will also learn how to run your Web Service as a stand along Java application with build-in Tomcat, 

  • Deploy your RESTful Web Service to Apache Tomcat as well as, 

  • Start up your own Amazon AWS EC2 Service in Amazon Cloud, install Java, MySQL, Tomcat and deploy RESTful Web Service to your very own cloud server. 

This video course also covers the H2 in-memory database and teaches how to build RESTful Web Service that stores data in a database without a need to install MySQL or any other database server. You will also learn how to use H2 console to preview data stored in an in-memory database tables or in a MySQL database server.

When it comes to storing data in a database you will learn how to use Spring Data JPA Query Methods as well as Native SQL Queries.

You will also learn how to use JUnit 5 to test your code and how to use one of the most popular test frameworks called Rest Assured to test RESTful Web Service endpoints of your REST Api.

Master Java Unit Testing with Spring Boot & Mockito

Learn to write awesome Java JUnit unit tests with Spring Boot, Mockito, JsonAssert, Hamcrest & JsonPath in 40 easy steps

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 17090, Price: $89.99

Students: 17090, Price:  Paid

Great Programmers write Great Unit Tests. Want to Write Great Unit Tests for Spring Boot REST API ?

Spring Boot Test?   Yes.    Layered Unit Tests?  Yes. Of Course.    Spring Boot Integration Tests?   Yes.

Mockito?  Yes.                     JsonAssert, Hamcrest Matchers, and JsonPath?  Yes.  Included.

WHAT OUR LEARNERS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - This a very comprehensive introduction to spring boot test, which brings Mockito, Junit, JsonAssert, Spring Data JPA, REST, design pattern, and many more. Very valuable course. Thanks.

5 STARS - Excellent and to the point course on Unit testing with good references.

5 STARS - This is an excellent course for both beginners as well as experienced Java developers who which to hone their skill. The instructor was very knowledgeable and knew how to keep the course engaging while providing lots of tips. Highly recommended...

5 STARS - Great Course to learn Junit Testing. Great content and great examples to explain each scenarios of writing test cases. If you want to write java test cases then definitely go through this course.

5 STARS - This course is a great introduction to unit and integration testing using Spring Boot, Mockito, and a number of other libraries that can help to write effective tests. It is easy to follow along with and has plenty of references where to look for more information.

5 STARS - Needed it for new client project. Excellent source of concise tutorials for JUnit of microservices.

5 STARS - I was drowning in unit test concepts and this course cleared up what read about them. And have a simple but clear explanation of when is good and how to create unit test in your app.

COURSE OVERVIEW

Spring Boot is the most popular framework to develop RESTful Services. It has Awesome Unit Testing capabilities through Spring Boot Starter Test. Mockito is the most popular mocking framework. JUnit is most popular Java Unit Testing Framework.

In this course, you will learn to Write Great Unit Tests for Simple RESTful Services with Spring Boot Starter Test, Mockito and JUnit. You will learn to write independent unit tests for RESTful web services talking with multiple layers - web, business and data. You will learn how to write integration tests using an in memory database H2.

You will build the unit tests step by step - in 40 easy steps. This course would be a perfect first step as an introduction to unit testing with Spring Boot and Mockito Frameworks.

You will be using Spring (Dependency Management), Spring Boot, Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE), in memory database H2 and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

You will use all the frameworks that are part of Spring Boot Starter Test - JUnit, Spring Test, Spring Boot Test, AssertJ, Hamcrest, Mockito, JSONassert and JsonPath.

You will learn to use the most important Unit Testing Annotations - @RunWith(SpringRunner.class), @SpringBootTest, @WebMvcTest, @DataJpaTest and @MockBean.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Section 1 - Learning Mocking with Mockito

  • Step 01: Setting up the project using Spring Initializr

  • Step 02: Writing Unit Test for a Simple Business Service

  • Step 03: Setting up a Business Service to call a Data Service

  • Step 04: Writing your first unit test with Stub

    • Exercise - Update Tests 2 & 3

  • Step 05: Exercise Solution - Updating Tests 2 & 3 to use Stubs - Problem with Stubs.

  • Step 06: Writing Unit Tests with Mocking using Mockito

    • Exercise - Updating Tests 2 & 3 to use Mockito

  • Step 07: Exercise Solution - Updating Tests 2 & 3 to use Mockito

  • Step 08: More Refactoring - @Mock, @InjectMocks and @RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner.class)

  • Step 09: Mockito Tips - Multiple Return Values and Specific Argument Matchers

  • Step 10: Mockito Tips - Argument Matchers

  • Step 11: Mockito Tips - Verify method calls

  • Step 12: Mockito Tips - Argument Capture

  • Step 13: Mockito Tips - Argument Capture on Multiple Calls

  • Step 14: Introduction to Spy

  • Step 15: Mockito FAQ

Section 2 - Unit Testing RESTful Services with Spring Boot and Mockito

  • Step 01: Creating a Hello World Controller

  • Step 02: Using Mock Mvc to test Hello World Controller

  • Step 03: Using Response Matchers to check status and content

  • Step 04: Creating a Basic REST Service in Item Controller

  • Step 05: Unit Testing Item Controller and Basic JSON Assertions

  • Step 06: Digging deeper into JSON Assert

  • Step 07: Writing a REST Service talking to Business Layer

  • Step 08: Writing Unit Test for REST Service mocking Business Layer

  • Step 09: Prepare Data Layers with JPA, Hibernate and H2

  • Step 10: Create Item Entity and Populate data with data.sql

  • Step 11: Create a RESTful Service talking to the database

  • Step 12: Writing Unit Test for Web Layer - Controller - Using Mock MVC

  • Step 13: Exercise & Solution - Writing Unit Test for Business Layer - Mocking

  • Step 14: Writing Unit Test for Data Layer - Data JPA Test

  • Step 15: Writing an Integration Test using @SpringBootTest

  • Step 16: Tip : Using @MockBean to mock out dependencies you do not want to talk to!

  • Step 17: Tip : Creating Different Test Configuration

  • Step 18: Writing Unit Tests for Other Request Methods

  • Step 19: Refactor SomeBusinessImpl to use Functional Programming

  • Step 20: Better Assertions with Hamcrest - HamcrestMatcherTest

  • Step 21: Better Assertions with AssertJ - AssertJTest

  • Step 22: Better Assertions with JSONPath - JSONPathTest

  • Step 23: Easier Static Imports

  • Step 24: Tip : Measuring Test Coverage with Eclipse

  • Step 25: Tip : Keep an eye on performance of unit tests!

  • Step 26: Good Unit Tests

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Build Reactive RESTFUL APIs using Spring Boot/WebFlux

Learn to write reactive programming in Spring using WebFlux/Reactor and build Reactive RESTFUL APIs.

Created by Pragmatic Code School - Technology Enthusiast, Online Instructor

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Students: 13272, Price: $94.99

Students: 13272, Price:  Paid

This course is structured to give you both the theoretical and coding aspect of Reactive Programming and Reactive RestFul APIs using Spring WebFlux.

If you are looking forward to learn the below listed things:

  • What is Reactive Programming ?

  • Write Reactive Programming code with Spring WebFlux.

  • Write Reactive Programming code with DB.

  • Building Reactive RestFul APIs with Spring WebFlux

Then this is the right course for you. This is a pure hands on oriented course where you will be writing lots of code.

By the end of this course you will have the complete understanding of coding and implementing a Reactive API using Spring WebFlux.

Why Reactive Programming ?

  • This section highlights about the need for reactive programming and explains in detail about the current execution model in spring-mvc.

  • This sections explains about the drawbacks in spring-mvc.

  • This section explains about the concurrency model in spring-mvc.

What is Reactive Programming?

  • This section talks about "What is Reactive Programming ?"

  • How Reactive programming works in a nutshell using a simple example.

  • This section will give you all an introduction to Reactive Streams Specification.

  • This section will give all an introduction to "Reactive Libraries" that are out there.

Getting started with Project Reactor

  • This section will give you all the fundamentals of Project Reactor and explore the project reactor using some examples.

  • This section covers the Reactive Types Flux and Mono in detail.

Setting up the Project for this course

  • In this section we will set up the project for this course using the Spring Intializr website.

Reactive Programming (Flux and Mono) - Hands on + Junit Testing

  • In this section we will explore about how Flux and Mono works via code.

  • We will do live coding on how to write Junit test cases using Flux and Mono.

  • We will explore lot of different operators in Flux and Mono.

Build the first Non Blocking RESTFUL API using Annotated Controllers - Hands On

  • In this section we will build the first non blocking API using the annotated controllers.

  • This section covers the fundamentals of how the reactive API works.

  • This sections also covers the coding aspect of how to return a Flux/Mono from an end point.

  • This section also covers how to write JUNIT test cases using WebTestClient.

Build Non Blocking RESTFUL API using Functional Web - Hands On

  • In this section we will build the non blocking API using the Functional Web Module.

  • This sections explains about the RouterFunction and HandlerFunction which forms the foundation for Function Web Module.

  • This section also covers how to write JUNIT test cases using WebTestClient.

Spring WebFlux & Netty - Execution Model

  • This section explains about the different layers behind WebFlux to serve a HTTP Request/Response.

  • This sections covers the concepts of NETTY such as Channel, EventLoop and some of the technical aspects of Netty.

Overview of the Reactive API

  • This section will give you an Overview of the Reactive API that we are going to build as part of this course.

Reactive Programming in Databases - MongoDB - Hands On

  • In this section we will learn about how to write the reactive programming code with MongoDB.

  • Define the Item Document for the project.

  • This section covers about how to configure different profiles in Spring Boot.

  • In this section we will set up the ItemReactive Mongo DB adapter.

  • This section also covers how to write JUNIT test cases for the reactive repository.

Build the Item Reactive API Endpoint - Using RestController

  • In this section we will learn about how to code the Item CRUD Reactive API using the @RestController approach.

  • This section also covers how to write automated tests using JUNIT and the non blocking test client WebTestClient.

Build the Item Reactive API Endpoint - Using Functional Web

  • In this section we will learn about how to code the Item CRUD Reactive API using the Functional Web approach.

  • This section also covers how to write automated tests using JUNIT and the non blocking test client WebTestClient.

Build Non Blocking Client using WebClient

  • In this section we will explore the techniques to interact with Reactive API using the WebClient.

  • Learn the techniques to Invoke the Reactive API using exchange() and retrieve() methods.

  • We will explore the GET, PUT, POST and DELETE operations using the WebClient.

Handling Exceptions in WebFlux - RestController

  • In this section we will code and explore different approaches to handle the exceptions/errors that occurs in the reactive api that’s built using RestController.

  • Handle exceptions using @ExceptionHandler and @ControllerAdvice.

  • This section also covers how to write JUNIT test cases for the Exception scenarios.

Handling Exceptions in WebFlux - Functional Web

  • In this section we will code and explore different approaches to handle the exceptions/errors that occurs in the reactive api that’s built using Functional Web.

  • Handle exceptions using WebExceptionHandler.

  • This section also covers how to write JUNIT test cases for the Exception scenarios.

WebClient - Exception Handling

  • In this section we will code and explore how to handle the exceptions using the WebClient.

  • Learn the techniques to handle the exceptions using exchange() and retrieve() methods.

Streaming Real Time Data using WebFlux - Server Side Events (SSE)

  • In this section we will code and learn about build an endpoint for Streaming RealTime Data using Mongo DB and Spring WebFlux.

  • This section covers about the Tailable Cursors and Capped Collections in Mongo DB.

  • Build a Non Blocking Streaming Endpoint and interact with the Mongo DB using the @Tailable annotation.

  • Learn to write Automated Tests using JUNIT for the Streaming Endpoints (SSE).

Spring Boot and AWS S3

Learn How To Upload Images and Files to S3 buckets

Created by Nelson Jamal - Software Engineer

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Students: 13155, Price: Free

Students: 13155, Price:  Free

In this course you will learn how to upload and download files (images) for a react front end application.

You will implement everything from scratch using Spring Boot for the backend and Amazon S3 to store files (images).

This course will allow you store any files that you can think of, a common feature that most applications have. Whether it's a web app or mobile app, what you will build will allow any client to upload files.

Developing Database Application using Spring MVC and MyBatis

Developing a database web application using Spring MVC and Mybatis/iBatis

Created by Bushan Sirgur - Java Developer, Blogger, Youtuber

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Students: 10343, Price: Free

Students: 10343, Price:  Free

A crash course on Developing a database web application using Spring MVC and Mybatis.

These are the two most popular java frameworks, used to build industry-standard enterprise applications.

This is not an a-z reference course to Spring MVC and Mybatis but this course will help you to integrate the two different frameworks which will help you to create web-based enterprise applications.

End to End Project Development Using Spring Boot

Master everything required to create a Enterprise Java Application from scratch

Created by Bharath Thippireddy - IT Architect and Best Selling Instructor- 400000+ students

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Students: 9482, Price: $29.99

Students: 9482, Price:  Paid

The ONLY course that covers the End To End Java Project Development and Also use Angular and React for frontend development while working on those projects.

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Sample of the reviews:

whether fresher/experience this tutorial is amazingly explained practically. Sir Bharath Thippireddy is so fluent in his explanations that sometimes we fail to realise that we have learnt the complex frameworks so easily just bcz the way he explains in ease! I feel so grateful to b his student. Thanks alot sir! - Vijay Bundele

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I liked this a lot ,its wonderful...The way of step by step teaching ,presenting the content in very organized way which is too good...also the content is huge which include lots of good information..Being first time learner i learned a lot from this course. Thanks. - Md Modabbir Hussain.

Been a great experiencie. Bharath has been very helpful also, whenever asked any question. The videos are very explicit and he walks through everything. - Gonçalo Faustino

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All source code is available for download

Responsive Instructor - All questions answered within 24 hours

Professional video and audio recordings (check the free previews)

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Do you have the knowledge of java and spring framework but do not know how to create an end to end java project, then this course is for you.If you are an experienced java developer who wants to fill in any gaps in your knowledge of creating an enterprise java application then this course is for you too.

Spring is the most widely used framework in the industry today. Spring Boot makes it super easy to create production ready java applications. You will start this course by learning what micro services are ,the different layers that are a part of every java application and the spring modules that should be used across these layers and the ten key classes you will create no matter how many java application you create.You will implement one layer at a time working hands on.You will then create two micro service applications using all the knowledge you gain from those sections.

The goal of this course is to help you master the concepts of micro services,layers in a java application and java project creation and build an end to end application while exploring the various features of spring.By the time you finish this course, you will have gained the understanding of Java Project Development, Data Access Layer Creation using Spring Data, Presentation Layer Creation using Spring MVC,Utility Classes and more.You will also create REST web services and consume them through the integration layer.You will also implement non functional requirements like logging,security,deployment and more.

What Will I Learn?

Master everything required to build an end to end Enterprise  Java Application

Understand the different layers that make up a Enterprise Java Application

Create a data access layer in two simple steps

Create the Presentation and Services Layers for your application

Develop Utility Classes

Learn how to send emails form your applications

Use third party libraries in your applications

Create two end to end mini applications

Create a AngularJS front end for the Java backend

Learn how to enable logging

Implement Security

Learn the two different ways to deploy your application

All in simple and easy steps