Core Spring is a leading,”full-stack” Java/Java™ EE application framework training. In this course, students build a Spring-powered Java application that demonstrates the Spring Framework and other Spring technologies like Spring AOP and Spring Security in an intensely productive,hands-on setting.
This course introduces the Spring Framework, the leading full-stack framework for Java EE applications. Topics covered include the Spring container, dependency injection, data validation, aspect-oriented programming, the JDBC Template, and the Hibernate Template. A Web application is also presented to illustrate the use of the Spring Web MVC framework.
Chapter1: Introduction to Spring
- What is spring?
- Overview of the Spring Framework
- Spring Documentation
- Java 5 Language Features
Chapter2: A First Look at Spring
- A Simple Example
- Wiring Beans
- Configuring a Properties File
- Schema-Based Configuration
Chapter3: Beans and Containers
- Spring Containers
- Spring Configuration File
- Spring Beans
- Using the Container
- The Bean Factory Interface
- Singleton vs. Prototype
- Bean Naming
- Dependency Injection
- Setter Injection
- Constructor Injection
Chapter4: The Application Context
- The Application Context Interface
- Accessing Application Components
- Accessing Resources
- Internationalization with Message Source
- Application Events
Chapter5: Data Validation and Conversion
- The Validator Interface
- The Errors Interface
- The ValidationUtils Class
- Validator Example
- Testing the Validator
- Property Editors
- Custom Property Editors
Chapter6: Aspect-Oriented Programming
- Aspect-Oriented Programming
- AOP Concepts
- AOP Proxies
- The AOP Alliance
- Types of Advice
- AOP Example
Chapter7: Using JDBC with Spring
- A Simpler Approach
- The JdbcTemplate Class
- Exception Translation
- Updating with the JdbcTemplate
- Queries using the JdbcTemplate
- Mapping Results to Java Objects
Chapter8: Using Hibernate with Spring
- What is Hibernate?
- Hibernate Sessions
- The Hibernate Template
- Sample Class and Mapping File
- Creating and Saving a New Entity
- Locating an Existing Entity
- Updating an Existing Entity
- Hibernate Query Language
- Executing Queries
Chapter9: Spring Web MVC
- Spring Web MVC
- The Dispatcher Servlet
- Writing a Controller
- A Simple View Page
- Configuring the Controller
- Adding a View Resolver
- Adding a Message Bundle
- Adding Business Classes
- Adding Test Data
- Accessing a Database
- Adding a Form
- Updating the Database
- Integrating Hibernate
- Handler Mappings
- View Resolution
- Chaining View Resolvers
- Restful Web Services
- Project Work: Shopping Cart any real time application development:
- Analyze requirements
- Created data model &design
- Unit Testing
- Introduction to Build Tools, Repositories & CI tools
Front end technologies for the project development:
HTML, CSS, Java Script, JQuery & AJAX with Spring Restful services.
About java Spring Training
- Understand the scope, purpose, and architecture of Spring
- Use Spring’s Inversion of Control to declare application components, rather than hard-coding their states and lifecycles
- Use Dependency Injection to further control object relationships from outside the Java code base
- Create validators for business objects, and associate them for application-level and unit-testing uses
- Build a Web application as a Spring DispatcherServlet and associated application context, with declared beans acting as controllers, command objects, and view resolvers.
- Build and manage HTML forms with Spring command objects and custom tags.
- Use Spring interceptors to implement horizontal features in the Web application.
- Connect business objects to persistent stores using Spring’s DAO and ORM modules..
Java Spring Course Duration
- Normal Track 45 Working days, daily one and half hour.
- Weekend Batches(saturday,sunday) 2to3 hours for day total 16 working days.
- Spring Java Training
java Spring is the most leading full-stack framework for Java EE applications.This course is loaded with lots of hands on examples and deals with maintenance and performance issues. After taking this class, developers will be able to build faster, more flexible and easier to maintain application persistence layers with the spring framework.
According to IDC statistics, the demand for talent in all software development class, the to achieve 60 to 70% of the total demand. It should be said that the employment opportunities and prospects of the Java software engineers is very large. Plus Java software engineers not only IT professionals, the majority of non-IT companies is also needed. The outlook is very optimistic..
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