Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST Training in Olympia

Enroll in or hire us to teach our Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST class in Olympia, Washington by calling us @303.377.6176. Like all HSG classes, Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST may be offered either onsite or via instructor led virtual training. Consider looking at our public training schedule to see if it is scheduled: Public Training Classes
Provided there are enough attendees, Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST may be taught at one of our local training facilities.
Olympia Upcoming Instructor Led Online and Public Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST classes
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST 22 April, 2019 - 26 April, 2019 $2190 Hartmann Software Group Training Registration
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST 15 July, 2019 - 19 July, 2019 $2190 Hartmann Software Group Training Registration
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST 21 October, 2019 - 25 October, 2019 $2190 Hartmann Software Group Training Registration
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST 2 December, 2019 - 6 December, 2019 $2190 Hartmann Software Group Training Registration

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Course Description

 
Spring 5 provides an evolutionary advance of Spring's powerful capabilities. This course introduces these capabilities, as well as providing guidelines on when and how to use them. It includes coverage of the three main configuration styles: Java-based (@Configuration), annotation-based (@Component), and the traditional XML-based configuration that may still play an important role in existing and new projects. The course starts with in-depth coverage of Spring's Core module to reduce coupling and increase the flexibility, ease of maintenance, and testing of your applications. It goes on to cover many of the most important capabilities of Spring, including easing configuration with Spring Boot, integrating Hibernate and JPA persistence layers with Spring and Spring Data, and using Spring's declarative transaction capabilities. The course includes integration of Spring with Java EE Web applications, a solid introduction to Spring MVC, and coverage of building RESTful resources with Spring MVC. It also provides an overview of Springs reactive programming model for repositories and Web resources. This course is hands on with labs to reinforce all the important concepts. It will enable you to build working Spring applications and give you an understanding of the important concepts and technology in a very short time.
Course Length: 5 Days
Course Tuition: $2190 (US)

Prerequisites

A knowledge of basic Java is required.

Course Outline

 
Session 1:  Introduction to Spring
Overview of Spring Technology
Motivation for Spring, Spring Architecture
The Spring Framework
Spring Introduction
Declaring and Managing Beans
ApplicationContexts - The Spring Container
XML and @Component/@Named Config
Dependencies and Dependency Injection (DI)
Examining Dependencies
Dependency Inversion / Dependency Injection (DI)
DI in Spring - XML and @Autowired
 
Session 2:  Configuration in Depth
Java Based Configuration (@Configuration)
Overview, @Configuration, @Bean
Dependency Injection
Resolving Dependencies
Integrating Configuration Types
XML and @Component Pros/Cons
@Configuration Pros/Cons
Choosing a Configuration Style
Integrating with @Import and <import>
Bean Scope and Lifecycle
Singleton, Prototype, and Other Scopes
Configuring Scope
Bean Lifecycle / Callbacks
Externalizing Properties
Properties Files
@PropertySource, property-placeholder
Using @Value
SpEL
Profiles
Overview and Configuration
Activating Profiles
 
Session 3:  Spring Boot Overview
maven and Spring
Spring Boot Structure
Spring POMs with Boot Parents
Spring Boot Starters
Other Capabilities
 
Session 4:  Spring Testing
Testing and JUnit Overview
Writing Tests - Test Classes, asserts, Naming Conventions
Running Tests - IDE, maven, ...
Test Fixtures - setup and teardown
Spring TestContext Framework
Overview
Configuration
Running Testes
 
Session 5:  Spring and Spring Data with Hibernate/JPA
Overview of Spring database support
Configuring a DataSource
Using Spring with Hibernate
High Level Hibernate Overview
SessionFactory configuration, LocalSessionFactoryBean
Contextual Sessions and Spring Integration
Using Spring with JPA
Managing the EntityManager (EM)
LocalContainerEntityManagerFactoryBean and Container-managed EMs
JEE and JNDI Lookup of the EM
Configuration and Vendor Adaptors
Creating a JPA Repository/DAO Bean - @PersistenceUnit, @PersistenceContext
Spring Data Overview
Overview and Architecture
Configuring Spring Data
Repositories and JPA Repositories
Using CrudRepository
Using Spring Data
Naming Conventions for Querying
Creating more Complex Queries
Query Configuration
 
Session 6:  Spring Transaction (TX) Management
Overview
Declarative TX Management (REQUIRED, etc.)
TX Scope and Propagation
Pointcut-based Configuration of Transactions
 
Session 7: Spring Web Integration and Intro to Spring MVC
Java EE Web App Integration
ContextLoaderListener and WebApplicationContext
Web MVC Overview
Spring MVC Basics
Configuration and the DispatcherServlet
@Controller, @RequestMapping (Handlers)
@RequestParam and Parameter Binding
View Resolvers
Controller Details - @RequestParam, @PathVariable
Model Data and @ModelAttribute
 
Session 8: Additional Spring MVC Capabilities
@ModelAttribute and Reference Data
Forms and Binding, Spring Form Tags
Sessions and @SessionAttributes
Validation / JSR-303
 
Session 9: RESTful Services with Spring
REST Overview and Principles
REST and Spring MVC
Spring support for REST
@RequestMapping/@PathVariable, @RequestBody, @ResponseBody
URI Templates and @PathVariable
Controllers with @RestController
Requests and Responses
Ajax Overview
 
Session 10: Working with JSON and XML
Generating JSON
JSON Overview
JSON Representations for Resources
Message Converters
Generating XML
JAXB and Jackson Message Converters for XML
JAXB / @XmlRootElement
Content Negotiation
 
Session 11: Java Clients for RESTful Services
Client Requirements and Spring's RestTemplate
getForObject() / getForEntity()
Other RestTemplate Methods
Accessing Headers / exchange()
 
Session 12: Common REST Patterns
GET: Read
POST: Create
PUT: Update
DELETE: Delete
Programming on server side, and client side (with RestTemplate)
 
Session 13:  Additional New Features in Spring 5
Updates to Spring Core
WebFlux / Reactive Web Framework
 
[Optional] Session 14:  XML Specific Configuration
Collections - lists, sets, etc.
Additional Capabilities
Factory Classes and Factory Methods
Definition Inheritance (Parent Beans)
AutoWiring with XML
Inner Beans, Compound Names

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