- What's new in Spring 5
Overview of Spring 5 Features and Architecture
Preparing the Development Environment
Creating an Application
Choosing a Configuration Style (Java-based, annotation-based, XML-based)
Understanding Dependencies and Dependency Injection (DI)
Reducing Coupling in Spring Core
Working with Spring Boot
Accessing a Database with Hibernate
Using Spring with JPA
Spring Transaction (TX) Management
Creating a RESTful Service
Reactive Programming Using WebFlux
Building the Application or Service
Testing the Application with JUnit
Debugging the Application or Service
Integrating with Existing Java EE Web Applications
Deploying the Application
Securing the Application
Migrating Existing Applications to Spring 5 (optional)
Summary and Conclusion
- Java programming experience
- An understanding of object-oriented design concepts
I liked that there were many exercises, Re activity and flexibility of the Trainer.
I liked that I had a chances to play with code during exercises (not only coding, what trainer prepared).
Despite the format used to give this course, which should not be used in any educational context and even more in a professional. The part that was beneficial for me was when we presented several extracts of our project to get hints on where we could do some changes to see if that fixes some issues.
Veronica - NOESIS SOLUTIONS NV
Everything. The trainer has the best teaching skills I've seen in my life.
Pablo Rodriguez Rubio - NOESIS SOLUTIONS NV
I generally liked the exercises.
NOESIS SOLUTIONS NV
How good of a specialist Trainer were.
- Motorola Solutions Systems Polska
The trainer has very good knowledge in many industry fields and provide many real life examples that is very much related to the training topics.
Intergraph Process, Power & Marine
In this training we’re not only learned for the fundamental technical knowledge of Java spring/technology and most important things we also gaining the worldly knowledge which you have shared with us during the class.