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Spring & Hibernate for Beginners
Spring & Hibernate for Beginners
.MP4, AVC, 270 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 192 kbps, 2 Ch | 32 hours | + SRT | 6.47 GB
Instructor: Chad Darby


Spring Framework 5: Learn Spring Core, Spring AOP, Spring MVC, Spring Security, Hibernate - Most Popular Spring 5 Course

LEARN these HOT TOPICS in Spring 5:

Spring Core
Spring Annotations
Spring Java Config
Spring AOP
Spring MVC
Hibernate CRUD
Spring MVC and Hibernate CRUD app
Spring Security

By the end of this course, you will create all of the source code for a complete Spring MVC - Hibernate CRUD application.

You will type in every line of code with me in the videos R30; all from scratch.

I explain every line of code that we create. So this isn't a copy/paste exercise, you will have a full understanding of the code.

What Is Spring?

Spring is an enterprise Java framework. It was designed to simplify Java EE development and make developers more productive. Spring makes use of Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection to promote good software coding practices and speed up development time.

This course covers Spring Core, Annotations, AOP, Spring MVC and Spring Security.

What Is Hibernate?

Hibernate is an Object-to-Relational-Mapping (ORM) framework. It simplifies database access for Java applications. By using the framework, you can easily store and retrieve Java objects by setting up some simple configuration mappings.

This course covers basic Hibernate CRUD. Also, advanced Hibernate mappings are covered for one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many.

Spring Core

Build a complete Spring MVC and Hibernate CRUD Project R30; all from scratch
Set up your Spring and Hibernate development environment with Tomcat and Eclipse
Wire beans together in the Spring container using Inversion of Control
Configure the Spring container for Dependency Injection
Define Spring Beans using the @Component annotation
Perform auto-scanning of Spring beans to minimize configuration
Automatically wire beans together using @Autowired annotation
Apply all Java configuration to Spring Beans (no xml)
Spring MVC

Set up your Spring MVC environment with configs and directories
Create controllers using @Controller annotation
Read HTML form data using @RequestParam
Leverage Spring MVC model to transport data between controller and view page
Define Request Mappings for GET and POST requests
Minimize coding with Spring MVC Form data binding
Apply Spring MVC form validation on user input
Create custom Spring MVC form validation rules

Perform object/relational mapping with Hibernate
Leverage the Hibernate API to develop CRUD apps
Develop queries using the Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
Integrate Spring MVC and Hibernate together in a Single Application Project
Apply advanced Hibernate mappings: one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many
Spring AOP

Apply Aspect-Oriented-Programming AOP for cross-cutting concerns
Examine AOP use-cases and how AOP can resolve code-tangling
Create AOP pointcut expressions to match on method invocations
Leverage AOP annotations: @Before, @After, @AfterReturning, @AfterThrowing, @Around
Create a real-time application using AOP and Spring MVC together in a single project
Spring Security

Secure your web application with Spring Security
Set up your Maven pom.xml file with compatible Spring Security dependencies
Configure Spring Security with all Java configuration (no xml)
Create custom Spring Security login pages with Bootstrap CSS
Add logout support using default features of Spring Security
Leverage Spring Security support for Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Define users and roles for authentication
Display user login info and role using Spring Security tags
Restrict access to URLs based on user role
Hide and Display content based on user role
Add JDBC authentication, store user accounts and passwords in the database
Store encrypted passwords in the database using bcrypt

Simplify your build process with Maven
Create Maven POM files and add dependencies
Search Central Maven repository for Dependency Coordinates
Run Maven builds from the Eclipse IDE

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