Introduction to Spring Framework Framework Training in Introductionto Spring, Framework

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Course Description

 
This 3-day course introduces the Spring Framework, the leading full - stack framework for Java EE applications. Topics covered include the Spring container, dependency injection, data validation, aspect - oriented programming, the JDBC Template, and the Hibernate Template. A Web application is also presented to illustrate the use of the Spring Web MVC framework.
Course Length: 3 Days
Course Tuition: $1090 (US)

Prerequisites

Students must have a strong Java programming skills and exposure to Java EE technology.

Course Outline

 

1. Introduction to Spring
What is Spring?
Overview of the Spring Framework
Spring Philosophies
Spring Documentation
Java 5 Language Features

2. A First Look at Spring
A Simple Example
Wiring Beans
Configuring a Properties File
Schema-Based Configuration

3. Beans and Containers
Spring Containers
Spring Configuration File
Spring Beans
Using the Container
The BeanFactory Interface
Singleton vs. Prototype
Bean Naming
Dependency Injection
Setter Injection
Constructor Injection

4. The Application Context
The ApplicationContext Interface
Accessing Application Components
Accessing Resources
Internationalization with MessageSource
Application Events

5. Data Validation and Conversion
The Validator Interface
The Errors Interface
The ValidationUtils Class
Validator Example
Testing the Validator
Property Editors
Custom Property Editors

6. Aspect-Oriented Programming
Aspect-Oriented Programming
AOP Concepts
AOP Proxies
The AOP Alliance
Types of Advice
AOP Example
Introductions

7. Using JDBC with Spring
A Simpler Approach
The JdbcTemplate Class
Exception Translation
Updating with the JdbcTemplate
Queries using the JdbcTemplate
Mapping Results to Java Objects

8. Using Hibernate with Spring
What is Hibernate?
Hibernate Sessions
The HibernateTemplate
Sample Class and Mapping File
Creating and Saving a New Entity
Locating an Existing Entity
Updating an Existing Entity
Introduction to Spring Framework
Hibernate Query Language
Executing Queries

9. Spring Web MVC–Part 1
Spring Web MVC
The DispatcherServlet
Writing a Controller
A Simple View Page
Configuring the Controller
Adding a View Resolver
Adding a Message Bundle
Adding Business Classes
Adding Test Data
Accessing a Database
Adding a Form
Updating the Database
Integrating Hibernate

10. Spring Web MVC–Part 2
Handler Mappings
View Resolution
Chaining View Resolvers
Contro
llers
AbstractWizardFormController
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