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Spring Framework is a Java platform that provides comprehensive infrastructure support for Developing Java Applications. Spring handles the infrastructure so you can focus on Your Application. This Spring Framework Course comes in Two Parts and together both Parts act as a Beginners Primer to the Core of the Spring Framework.
Part 1: Introduces Spring
What is it? How and Why Spring came About? I then look at some of the Best Practices for Java Application Design and Development which are used and encouraged by the Spring way of doing things! Then jump into setting up an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Spring Development and teach you some of the Very Fundamentals of Spring Configuration and Development.
Part 2: Providing You Comprehensive Coverage of all the key features of Core Spring with a Sound Practical Level of Depth.
Core Spring is a large subject area, by following this course you will gain an excellent knowledge and understand of this powerful and wonderfully flexible framework. The Knowledge Gained here will put you “Streets Ahead” in any Spring project, it will provide you with a firm foundation to help further your Spring Career when you start Learning other areas of this Excellent framework.
Some of the key topics covered on this course are; BeanPostProcessors, What are they and How can you take advantage of them? Autowire bean configuration, Using Annotations for configuration, JSR-250 & JSR-330 with Spring,Event handling and using your own Custom Events in Spring, Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP), the ever more popular Java based Configuration rather than XML based and Testing your Java Springapplication code.
By the End of Part:2 of this Spring Framework Course, You will Understand all the Major components of Core Spring and How to apply them! You will be ready to join a Spring project and successfully Hold your own!! You will also have the knowledge to help you Learn New areas of the Spring framework with the Minimum of Effort!!
What will I learn?
- Understand what the Spring framework is for
- Understand how and why Spring came about
- Learn Java best design practices that are encouraged by Spring
- Start learning the spring way of doing things, in Java development
- Get started with Spring Tools Suite (IDE)
- Start Learning the Very Fundamentals of Spring Configuration
- Understand all the Major components of Core Spring and How to apply them
- By the end of this course, you will be able to design and write your own basic Spring based Java applications
What are the requirements?
- All required software is downloadable, so internet connection is necessary.
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone with some Basic Knowledge of Java programming language
- Any knowledge of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), preferably Eclipse but not necessary.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about the Spring framework for Java.
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Section 1 - Welcome
A Brief History Of Spring
Section 2 - Setting Up Your Spring Development Environment
Setting Up Integrated Development Environment (IDE) – Spring Tool Suite (STS)
Setting Up The Course Projects In STS
Tour Of The Course Projects
Section 3 - Overview Of Some Java Design And Best Practices
Tight Coupling In Java Applications: Part 1
Tight Coupling In Java Applications: Part 2
Tight Coupling In Java Applications: Part 3
Section 4 - Starting With The Spring Framework
Setting Up Maven Dependencies For The Spring Framework
Introduction To Spring Container Configuration In XML
Using The Spring Container
The ‘getBean’ Methods
Introduction To Constructor Injection
Section 5 - Dependency Injection: Collections
Injecting Collections Part 1: Arrays
Injecting Collections Part 2: Lists
Injecting Collections Part 3: Maps
Section 6 - Bean Scopes
Section 7 - The P And C Namespaces
Introducing The P-Namespace
Introducing The C-Namespace
Section 8 - Introduction To The Bean Lifecycle
Taking A Look At The Bean Lifecycle
Section 9 - Introduction To The BeanPostProcessor
BeanPostProcessor Part 1: Introduction
BeanPostProcessor Part 2: Ordering
Section 10 - Bean Inheritance
Bean Inheritance Part 1: Introduction
Bean Inheritance Part 2: Class Hierarchy
Section 11 - Springs Autowire Mechanism
Introduction To Autowire
Autowire Using Constructor
Section 12 - Autowire Using Annotations
Introduction To Autowire Using Annotations
Autowire Using Annotations On Constructor
Autowire Using Annotations On Attributes
Autowire Compatible Types: Collections Of Same Type Of Beans
Autowire Using The Qualifier Annotation
Section 13 - JSR Annotations In Spring
Section 14 - Component Scanning
Component Scanning Using Naming
Section 15 - The Spring "Event" Mechanism
Using Events In Spring
Creating Custom Events
How To Make The Spring Event Mechanism Asynchronous
Section 16 - Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
Introduction To Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
How Spring AOP Works
Enabling Spring AOP
Our First Aspect
Advice Part 1: Other Types of AOP Advice
Advice Part 2: After Advice
Advice Part 3: Around Advice
AOP Introductions Part 1: What Are AOP Introductions?
AOP Introductions Part 2: How To Setup Introductions
AOP Introductions Part 3: Setting Up Another Introduction
Section 17 - Configuring Spring With Java Config
Java Config Part 1: What Is The Java Config Project ?
Java Config Part 2: Inter-Bean Dependencies
Java Config Part 3: Importing Java Config Classes
Java Config Part 4: Migrate From XML Config To Java Config
Section 18 - Testing Your Java Spring Code
Introduction To Testing With Spring And JUnit
Testing Part 2: Test Our 1st Spring Class With Junit
Testing Part 3: Interact With Spring Application Config In JUnit
Testing Part 4: Overview Of Junit Functionality
Testing Part 5: Using Spring JavaConfig And JUnit
Section 19 - Externalizing Bean Configuration
Learn How To Configure And Use The Property Place Holder Configurer
How To Separate Your Externalized Live From Your Test Data
Section 20 - Spring And Internationalization ( I18N )
How To Make Your Spring Application International (I18n)
Setting Up I18n With Javaconfig And Testing
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