Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) Training in Saint Paul

Enroll in or hire us to teach our Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) class in Saint Paul, Minnesota by calling us @303.377.6176. Like all HSG classes, Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) 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 (2022) may be taught at one of our local training facilities.
Saint-Paul Upcoming Instructor Led Online and Public Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) classes
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) Training/Class 20 March, 2023 - 24 March, 2023 $2190
HSG Training Center
Saint-Paul, Minnesota
Hartmann Software Group Training Registration
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) Training/Class 7 August, 2023 - 11 August, 2023 $2190
HSG Training Center
Saint-Paul, Minnesota
Hartmann Software Group Training Registration
Introduction to Spring 5, Spring MVC, and Spring REST (2022) Training/Class 6 November, 2023 - 10 November, 2023 $2190
HSG Training Center
Saint-Paul, Minnesota
Hartmann Software Group Training Registration
We offer private customized training for groups of 3 or more attendees.

Course Description

 
Spring 5 provides an evolutionary advance of Spring’s powerful capabilities. This course introduces the many Spring Core capabilities, as well as providing guidelines on when and how to use them. It also goes into considerable depth on Spring Boot for dependency management and auto-configuration, as well as an introduction to Spring MVC and Spring REST.
 
This course has been completely revised to utilize Spring Boot's easy configuration and auto-configuration wherever possible. "Classic" Spring configuration (usually more verbose and complicated) is optionally covered in abbreviated form.
 
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 JPA persistence layers with Spring and Spring Data, and using Spring’s declarative transaction capabilities.
 
The course includes an introduction to using Spring MVC to build Web applications, and a solid introduction to using Spring REST to build RESTful resources. It also covers many of the details of Spring Boot, including how to create Boot-based POMs (maven) for simplified dependency management, customizing Boot behavior, and understanding/managing Boot’s auto-configuration.
 
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

Working knowledge of Java programming, including use of inheritance, interfaces, and exceptions

Course Outline

 
    • Overview of Spring Technology
      • Motivation for Spring, Spring Architecture
      • The Spring Framework
      • maven and Spring
    • 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
    • Spring Boot Quickstart
    • 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
    • Spring Boot Overview
    • Spring POMs with Boot Parents
    • Spring Boot Starters
    • SpringApplication – Apps With main()
    • CommandLineRunner and ApplicationRunner
    • Working with Properties
      • Boot Property Files
      • Using Application Properties
      • Customizing Behavior with Boot Properties
    • Testing and JUnit 5 Overview
      • Writing Tests - Test Classes, asserts, Naming Conventions
      • Running Tests - IDE, maven, ...
      • Test Fixtures - setup and teardown
    • Spring TestContext Framework
      • Overview
      • Configuration
      • Running Tests
    • Overview of Spring/Boot database support
      • DataSources, Boot Auto-Configuration, and Custom Configuration
      • Boot - Embedded Database
    • Using Spring/Boot with JPA
      • Spring Boot Auto-Configuration and Scanning
      • Customizing the Configuration
      • 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
    • [Optional] Configuration Without Boot
      • Managing the EntityManager (EM)
      • LocalContainerEntityManagerFactoryBean and Container-managed EMs
      • JEE and JNDI Lookup of the EM
      • Configuration and Vendor Adaptors
    • Overview
    • Declarative TX Management (REQUIRED, etc.)
    • TX Scope and Propagation
    • Configuration and Boot Auto-Configuration
    • Pointcut-based Configuration of Transactions
    • Java EE Overview
    • Spring MVC Basics
      • DispatcherServlet
      • spring-boot-starter-web and auto-configuration
      • @Controller, @RequestMapping (Handlers)
      • @RequestParam and Parameter Binding
    • View Resolvers
    • Controller Details - @RequestParam, @PathVariable
    • Model Data and @ModelAttribute
    • @ModelAttribute and Reference Data
    • Forms and Binding, Spring Form Tags
    • Sessions and @SessionAttributes
    • Validation / JSR-303
    • External Server Deployment
    • "Classic" Spring MVC Configuration (without Boot)
    • REST Overview and Principles
    • Requests and Responses - GET, POST, PUT, DELETE
    • Spring's REST API
      • Spring support for REST (MVC-based)
      • @RequestMapping/@PathVariable, @RequestBody, @ResponseBody
      • URI Templates and @PathVariable
      • Controllers with @RestController
    • Ajax Overview
    • Generating JSON
      • JSON Overview
      • JSON Representations for Resources
      • Message Converters
    • [Optional] Generating XML
      • JAXB and Jackson Message Converters for XML
      • JAXB / @XmlRootElement
    • Content Negotiation
    • Client Requirements and Spring's RestTemplate
    • getForObject() / getForEntity()
    • Other RestTemplate Methods
    • Accessing Headers / exchange()
    • GET: Read
    • POST: Create
    • PUT: Update
    • DELETE: Delete
    • Programming on server side, and client side (with RestTemplate)
    • External Server Deployment

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