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Price
£99 inc VAT
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Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
7 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Optional extras

Digital certificate included in price

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Overview

Spring Boot Basic Tutorial

  • 7+ Hours OF HD VIDEOS
  • Verifiable CERTIFICATION
  • Practical SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  • Accelerate YOUR CAREER
  • Lifetime Access 24*7 Unlimited Access
  • Access through any device
  • Technical support
  • Mobile App Access

The tutorials are a quick to start introduction for beginners and professionals to learning Spring Boot with a complete hands-on guide. This training on Spring Boot is for you to learn its features, detailed explanation and integration testing.

Description

Spring Boot Basic Tutorial

The tutorials are quick to start an introduction for beginners and professionals to learning Spring Boot with a complete hands-on guide. This training on Spring Boot is for you to learn its features, detailed explanation and integration testing.

The training will include the following:

  • Introduction to Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot Features
  • A detailed explanation of spring boot with example
  • Spring boot properties, annotations, starters.
  • Spring boot view.
  • Spring boot db connectivity.
  • Unit and integration testing in Spring Boot.

Please find the below curriculum of the courses:

Section: Introduction

  • Video Name: Introduction to Spring Boot
  • Video Name: Features of Spring Boot

Section: Spring boot CLI Example-Groovy

  • Video Name: Spring Boot CLI Tools
  • Video Name: Installation of Spring boot CLI

Section: Spring Boot CLI Example-Java

  • Video Name: Spring Boot CLi Java Example
  • Video Name: Spring Boot CLi Java Example Continues

Section: Spring Boot Starters and Initializr Example

  • Video Name: POM Starters
  • Video Name: Spring Initializr
  • Video Name: Downloading STS
  • Video Name: Spring Tool Suite

Section: Spring Boot Initializr CLI

  • Video Name: Spring Initializr Through CLI
  • Video Name: Example of Spring Initializr Through CLI

Section: Hello World Application STS

  • Video Name: Spring Boot Application Through STS
  • Video Name: Annotation
  • Video Name: Spring Boot Application
  • Video Name: Spring Boot Application Continues

Section: UNI Testing and Integration Testing

  • Video Name: Uni Testing Case
  • Video Name: Example UNI Testing Case
  • Video Name: Integration Testing and its Example

Section: Thyme Leaf

  • Video Name: Introduction to Thyme Leaf
  • Video Name: Example of Thyme Leaf Demo
  • Video Name: Example of Thyme Leaf Demo Continues
  • Video Name: Running the Thyme Leaf Demo

Section: Spring Security Configurations

  • Video Name: Auto Configuration
  • Video Name: Configuring Properties

Section: Additional Configurations

  • Video Name: Configuration Properties
  • Video Name: Disabling Template Caching

Section: Logging

  • Video Name: Logging
  • Video Name: Configuring the Logback
  • Video Name: Example of Logback
  • Video Name: Configuration to Log
  • Video Name: More on Configuration to Log

Section: In Memory Databases

  • Video Name: Connecting Database to Spring
  • Video Name: Example of Database
  • Video Name: Example of Database Continues
  • Section: Production Databases
  • Video Name: Production Databases
  • Video Name: More on Production Database

Section: Spring Data

  • Video Name: Spring Data
  • Video Name: Example of Spring Data
  • Video Name: Example using Crud Repository
  • Video Name: Example using Crud Repository Continues

Section: Spring Caching

  • Video Name: Spring Boot Caching using Redis
  • Video Name: Installing Redis in Spring Caching
  • Video Name: Example of Spring Boot using Redis
  • Video Name: Example of Spring Boot using Redis Continues

Section: Spring Boot Security

  • Video Name: Spring Security in Spring Boot
  • Video Name: Spring Security in Spring Boot Continues
  • Video Name: Example of Spring Security
  • Video Name: Output of Spring Security
  • Video Name: Core Component Spring Security

Who is this course for?

  • Programmers who need to learn Javascript for their web applications
  • Students
  • Professionals
  • Web developers looking to improve their skill set

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge on spring framework(especially spring mvc)
  • Passion to learn and apply

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Optional extras

Digital certificate

Certificate of completion is included in course price

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