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The Java Spring Tutorial: Learn Java's Popular Web Framework

Course Summary

Learn the hottest, most in-demand Java web framework, including web programming with Spring MVC and Hibernate.

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    Course Syllabus

    • Getting Started
      • What is Spring?
      • Setting Up Your System
      • Introducing Maven
      • Using Maven on the Command Line
      • Spring "Hello World"
      • Class Path Contexts
    • Basic Bean Configuration
      • Constructor Arguments
      • Setting Bean Properties
      • Dependency Injection
      • Bean Scope
      • Init and Destroy Methods
      • Factory Beans and Methods
      • The P Namespace
      • Setting List Properties
      • Lists of Beans
      • Inner Beans
      • Property Maps
      • Arbitrary Maps as Bean Properties
    • Autowiring
      • Autowiring by Type
      • Autowiring by Name
      • Autowiring by Constructor
      • Default Autowiring
      • Removing Autowire Ambiguities
    • Wiring with Annotations
      • Adding Support for Annotation-Based Wiring
      • The "Autowired" Annotation
      • Optional Beans
      • Using Qualifiers
      • The Resource Annotation (JSR-250)
      • Annotation-Based Init and Destroy Methods
      • The Inject annotation (JSR-330)
      • Automatic Bean Discovery
      • Setting Property Values via Annotations
    • Spring Expression Language (SPEL)
      • Introducing SPEL
      • Using SPEL with Annotations
      • Some useful SPEL Operators
    • Working with Databases
      • Creating a Database with MySQL
      • Using Property Files
      • Implementing the DAO Pattern
      • Downloading a Connector Jar
      • Configuring Connection Pooling with Apache DBCP
      • JDBC Templates
      • Querying the Database
      • Database Exceptions
      • Named Parameters
      • Update Statements
      • Getting Placeholder Values from Beans
      • Adding an Update Method to the DAO
      • Batch Updates: Prepared Statements
      • Transactions
    • Web Application Basics with Spring MVC
      • A Basic Non-Spring Web App
      • Bringing in Maven
      • The Dispatcher Servlet
      • Adding a Controller
      • View Resolvers
      • Adding Data to the Session
      • Using Spring Data Models
      • Using JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library)
      • Configuring a JNDI Data Source
      • Bringing in the DAO Code
      • Loading Bean Containers with ContextLoaderListener
      • Creating a Datasource Bean
      • Adding a Service Layer
      • Adding a New Controller
      • Getting URL Parameters
    • Working with Web Forms
      • Creating a Form
      • Getting Form Values
      • Adding CSS Styles
      • Serving Static Resources
      • Adding Hibernate Form Validation Support
      • More Form Validation Tags
      • Making Forms Remember Values
      • Displaying Form Validation Errors
      • Creating a Custom Validation Annotation
      • Hooking Up the Controller and Database Code
      • Exception Handling in Spring MVC
    • Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)
      • A Base Project for Working with Aspects
      • A Simple Aspect Example
      • Annotation-Based Aspects
      • Wildcards in Pointcut Expressions
      • Advice Types: After, Around and Others
      • Proxies, Interfaces and Aspects
      • The “Within” Pointcut Designator
      • “This”, “Target” and Matching Subpackages
      • Annotation-Specific PCDs
      • The “Bean” PCD
      • The “Args” PCD
      • Getting Target Method Arguments
      • Getting Arguments Using “Args”
      • Combining Pointcuts
      • Introductions: Adding Functionality Using Aspects
    • Spring Security and Managing Users
      • Servlets Filters: A Review
      • Adding a Spring Security Filter
      • Adding a Spring Login Form
      • Serving Static Resources: Access Rules
      • Customising the Login Form
      • Displaying Login Errors
      • Authorising Users from a Database
      • Adding a “Create Account” Form
      • Making the “Create Account” Form Work
      • Adding Validation to the User Form
      • Dealing with Duplicate Usernames
      • Storing Validation Messages in a Property File
      • Using JQuery to verify the password
      • Using Property File Values in JSPs
      • Adding a Logout Link
      • Working With Roles
      • Outputting Text Based on Authentication Status
      • Row Mapping with BeanPropertyRowMapper
      • Using Custom Authentication Queries: Case Sensitive Usernames
      • Method-Level Access Control
      • Catching Secure Annotation Violations
      • Adding “Remember Me” Functionality
      • Encrypting Passwords
    • Apache Tiles and Spring MVC
      • Tiles Dependencies
      • “Hello World” Apache Tiles
      • Adding Headers and Footers
      • Formatting the Offers Application
      • Creating Tiles from JSP Files
    • Logging and Testing
      • Adding Log4J Logging
      • Resolving Logging Conflicts
      • Using Logging
      • Creating a MySQL Test Database
      • Using Spring Profiles
      • Creating JUnit Tests
      • Coding the JUnit DAO Tests
    • Improving the "Offers" Web Application
      • Normalizing the Database
      • Querying Tables with Foreign Keys and Refactoring the DAO Layer
      • Refactoring the Web Layer
      • Getting the Username of the Logged-In User
      • Deleting from Tables with Foreign Keys and a Little Bugfix
      • Custom RowMappers
      • Conditional Database-Dependent Text in JSPs
      • Editing Database Objects with Forms
      • Multiple Form Submits and Optional Parameters
      • Adding a Confirm Dialog with JQuery
    • Hibernate

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USD 39

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1 - 4 hours / week

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