Take your programming skills to the next level with our Java e-learning programme

Spring Boot

featuring Spring Data JPA, Security, MVC and REST
  • How to use Spring Boot to speed up the initialization of your development, and how to increase productivity (dramatically).
  • We build a full website using SpringMVC, Spring Data JPA and Spring Security.
  • A follow on module is available showing how to send and receive messages, plus how to build microservices using Spring Boot.
  • Part of our Spring Training series.

Pre-requisites

The course will be working with Spring Core, Spring MVC, Spring Security and Spring REST. We will be assuming you are familiar with these topics, the course will focus on applying these concepts within Boot. Spring Boot depends upon Maven or Gradle, so we will expect that you are familiar with at least Maven, and that you are able to use it from Eclipse (with the plugin).

Contents - The course is 2.5 hours long and is roughly equivalent to a full day's live training

 

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1

Introduction


7 m 18 s
What is Spring Boot? What's in the course? Richard also explains the plans for the "advanced" module in the series, which will cover JMS, Integration Testing, the Actuator, Cloud Deployment and lots more.

2

Getting Started


23 m 59 s
Initializing your first project (with Initializr), and mounting the project in Eclipse.

3

Controllers and Views


26 m 32 s
If you know Spring-MVC, then slotting in a controller/view combination is quite easy. There are a few traps - we'll help you avoid them.

4

JPA and Spring Data


38 m 51 s
How to switch on JPA, then how to generate a DAO using Spring Data. We also show the H2 Console from the developer tools.

5

Auto Restarts


11 m 0 s
How to automatically restart your application when changes are made. Fast and efficient, we can even get the browser to Auto Reload!

6

Spring Security


20 m 9 s
If you know how to JavaConfig a Spring Security set up, Boot makes life easy. We also take some time to show how profiles can be used to disable Security in development mode.

7

REST Webservices


38 m 51 s
How to write a regular SpringMVC REST Controller.

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