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Spring Framework Training

Learn to use the flexible dependency injection approach, Spring MVC and work with databases using Spring and Hibernate.

  • 40 hours of Immersive classes
  • Beginner to Advanced level
  • In-depth training sessions
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Key Features

40 Hours Of Immersive Instructor-Led Sessions
Interactive hands-on coaching
Understand Spring Framework Core Concepts And Fundamentals.
Learn Spring Advanced Concepts - Containers, Dependency Injection, Restful Web Services And Much More.
Build Web Applications Using Spring Mvc And Its Attributes.
Our Spring Experts Will Guide Students In Future Implementation Of The Technology.

Description

The Spring framework has been in much demand among Java enthusiasts for its ability to develop robust applications faster and with much ease. This lightweight MVC framework offers advantages of Inversion of Control, containers, exception handling and other features that make it far superior to most other web frameworks available.

Zeolearn Academy brings a comprehensive and interactive Spring training course that will teach you about Spring fundamentals and core concepts. You will learn in-depth about its well-designed MVC, consistent transaction management interface, containers, dependency injection, RESTful web services and much more. Our expert instructors will hand hold you through this experiential Spring course, and teach you through practical exercises and a full-scale industrial project where you will learn to build Spring applications with confidence.

What you will learn!

  • The different Spring modules and its advantages over other web frameworks available
  • The technique of Inversion of Control and achieving loose coupling with it
  • Spring’s consistent transaction management interface
  • Advanced techniques such as Form tags, Model Binding,  Handler Interceptors etc
  • Developing web applications using Spring MVC and its attributes

Is this course right for you?

Both novice and professional developers can gain a lot from this Spring framework tutorial.

Is this course right for you?

Participants are expected to have a good understanding of Java programming language.

Curriculum

  • Shortcomings of Java EE and the Need for Loose Coupling
  • Managing Beans, The Spring Container, Inversion of Control
  • The Factory Pattern
  • Configuration Metadata - XML, @Component, Auto-Detecting Beans
  • Dependencies and Dependency Injection (DI) with the BeanFactory
  • Setter Injection
  • Using the Application Context
  • Constructor Injection
  • PropertyEditors
  • Factory Methods
  • Crucial Namespaces ‘p’ and ’c’
  • Configuring Collections
  • Bean Definition Inheritance and Collection Merging
  • Expression Languages, SpEL
  • The Spring Managed Bean Lifecycle
  • Key interfaces, Annotations and BeanPostprocessors
  • Event Handling and Listeners
  • Message Sources and Internationalization
  • Autowiring Dependencies
  • Annotation Configuration @Autowired, @Required, @Resource
  • @Component, Component Scans. Component Filters
  • @Value and @Qualifier
  • Life Cycle Annotations
  • Java Configuration, @Configuration, XML free configuration (Optional)
  • The Annotation Config Application Context
  • Groovy Bean Definition DSL
  • Generic Qualifiers for Bean Injection
  • Using CGLib Proxy classes with the objenesis library
  • Using @Conditional and @Lazy
  • Java 8 feature support
  • Spring and JDBC
    • JdbcTemplate/JdbcDaoSupport
  • Spring and Hibernate
    • HibernateTemplate/HibernateDaoSupport
  • Spring and JPA
  • JpaTemplate/ JpaDaoSupport
  • Direct access to JPA via @PersistenceUnit and @PersistenceContext
  • CRUD methods
  • PointCuts, JoinPoints, Aspects, Adices
  • Before, After, AfterReturning, AfterThrowing, Around
  • Annotation Configuration
  • XML Configuration
  • Transaction Propagation
  • Declarative Transaction Management: @Transactional
  • Annotation Configuration, Rollback Rules, Isolation
  • Advisors
  • XML Configuration
  • The WebApplicationContext and the ContextLoaderListener
  • Model View Controller
  • Front Controller Pattern
  • DispatcherServlet Configuration
  • Controllers, RequestMapping
  • Working with Forms
  • Getting at the Request, @RequestParam, @RequestHeader, @CookieValue
  • ModelAndView
  • Using the POST Redirect GET pattern with FlashAttributes
  • Spring form tags and Model Binding, @ModelAttribute
  • Chain multiple View Resolvers
  • Handler Interceptors
  • Data Validation JSR303
  • JavaScript(JQuery) access to Controllers (brief selector overview)
  • URITemplates
  • Using @ResponseBody
  • JSON and XML data exchange
  • HTTP GETS and POSTS
  • Core REST concepts
  • REST support in Spring 4.x
  • Use Spring MVC to create RESTful Web services
  • REST specific Annotations in Spring
  • Introduction to spring Microservices
  • Working with RestTemplate
  • URITemplates, @PathVariable, @RequestParam
  • JSON and XML data exchange
  • @RequestMapping
  • What is Spring Boot? – Auto Config
  • How to use Spring Boot?
  • Maven Dependencies
  • Plugin In POM
  • Spring Starter POM
  • Spring Boot Application Starters
  • @EnableAutoConfiguration
  • @SpringBootApplication
  • General Configuration :-
  • Application.properties
  • Excluding AutoConfigured Beans
  • Embedded Database Support
  • Configuring Emdedded Server
  • Reading Property file
  • Ease : Avoiding Prefix
  • YAML

Frequently Asked Questions

Spring helps create faster applications in lesser time by allowing reuse of code and easier testable applications. Spring’s MVC is very flexible and integrates easily with many view technologies. These factors and its dependency injection containers that reduce the number of dependencies drastically making for cleaner code has made Spring very popular with programmers.We will cover all topics of the Spring MVC starting from the basics and moving towards the advanced so that by the end of the course you’ll be developing your own applications.
After completing our course, you will be able to:
  • Learn all about the uses and advantages of Spring Framework
  • Understand the benefits of dependency injection
  • Learn all about spring beans, how to create and update them
  • Create web applications using Spring MVC
  • Integrate Apache tiles with Spring
  • Learn the basics and uses of Aspect Oriented Programming
  • Use the JDBC template to simplify database access
  • Learn about Spring authentication and security
  • Use log4j for logging • Write test cases with JUnit
Towards the end of the course, all participants will be required to work on a project to get hands on familiarity with the concepts learnt. You will build a Spring Framework application with full support from your mentors. This project, which can also be a live industry project, will be reviewed by our instructors and industry experts. On successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate.
Classes are held on weekdays and weekends. You can check available schedules and choose the batch timings which are convenient for you.
You may be required to put in 10 to 12 hours of effort every week, including the live class, self study and assignments.
  • Your classes will be held online. All you need is a windows computer with good internet connection to attend your classes online. A headset with microphone is recommended.
  • You may also attend these classes from your smart phone or tablet.
Don’t worry, you can always access your class recording or opt to attend the missed session again in any other live batch.

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