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Java Spring Boot Framework in 100 steps - Build a REST API and a Web application with Java, JPA, SpringBoot and Maven,
  • Learn Spring Boot 3 - LATEST version of Spring Boot Framework
  • Build Web Application and REST API with Spring Boot
  • Learn MAGIC of Spring Boot - Auto Configuration, Spring Initializr and Starter Projects
  • Connect to a Database using JPA/Hibernate and Spring Boot
  • You will learn to write great Unit and Integration tests using Spring Boot Starter Test
  • Spring Boot STARTER Projects - Spring Boot Web, Spring Boot Test, Spring Boot Data JPA, Spring Boot Data REST
  • You will understand how to make BEST USE of Spring Boot Actuator and Spring Boot Developer Tools
  • You will learn how to externalise application configuration using Spring Boot Profiles and Dynamic Configuration
  • You will understand and use the embedded servlet container options provided by Spring Boot - Tomcat, Jetty and Undertow
  • You will understand the basics of developing a Web Application - POST, GET, HTTP, MVC Pattern
  • You will understand the basics of styling your web page using Bootstrap framework
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    Spring Boot is the No 1 Java Framework for Building Microservices and REST API.

    Do you want to Learn the Magic of Spring Boot - Auto Configuration, Spring Initializr and Starter Projects? 

    Do you want to build an Awesome Web Application connecting to a Database with JPA/Hibernate using SpringBoot

    Do you want to build a Basic REST API using Spring Boot?

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    Spring Boot has a lot of magic going for it. Developing REST Services with Spring Boot is cool and fun. Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications that you can “just run”. Most Spring Boot applications need very little Spring configuration.

    This course is now updated with new sections. Updated with Spring Boot 2 and Spring 5. 

    In this course, you will learn the features of Spring Boot and Spring Boot Starter Projects with hands-on step by step approach developing:

    1. Basic Todo Management Java Application using Spring Boot with Login and Logout functionalities

    2. Basic REST Service to manage Survey Questionnaire 

    You will get introduced to REST Services, Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization), Maven (dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server. We will help you set up each one of these.

    You will learn about Spring Boot step by step - in more than 100 steps. This course would be a perfect first step as an introduction to Spring Boot.

    You will learn about

    • Basics of Spring Boot

    • Basics of Auto Configuration and Spring Boot Magic

    • Spring Boot Starter Projects

    • Spring Initializr

    • Basic REST Services using Spring Boot Starter Web

    • REST Service Content Negotiation with JSON and XML

    • Embedded servlet containers : Tomcat, Jetty and Undertow

    • Writing Unit and Integration tests using Spring Boot Starter Test

    • Profiles and Dynamic Configuration with Spring Boot

    • Spring Boot Data JPA

    • Spring Boot Actuator

    • Spring Security

    • Spring Boot Developer Tools

    Here is a quick overview of different sections of the course:

    • Introduction to the Power of Spring Boot in 10 Steps

    • Develop a Todo Management Web Application with Spring Boot in 25 Steps

    • Introduction to Unit Testing with JUnit in 5 Steps

    • Introduction to Mocking with Mockito in 5 Steps

    • Advanced Features of Spring Boot in 28 Steps - We learn these developing a simple API for managing survey questionnaire.

    • Introduction to JPA in 10 Steps


    Web Application with Spring Boot

    • Step 01 - Creating Spring Boot Web Application with Spring Initializr

    • Step 02 - Quick overview of Spring Boot Project

    • Step 03 - First Spring MVC Controller, @ResponseBody, @Controller

    • Step 04 - Enhancing Spring MVC Controller to provide HTML response

    • Step 05 - Redirect to a JSP using Spring Boot - Controller, @ResponseBody and View Resolver

    • Step 06 - Exercise - Creating LoginController and login view

    • Step 07 - Quick Overview - How does web work - Request and Response

    • Step 08 - Capturing QueryParams using RequestParam and First Look at Model

    • Step 09 - Quick Overview - Importance of Logging with Spring Boot

    • Step 10 - Understanding DispatcherServlet, Model 1, Model 2 and Front Controller

    • Step 11 - Creating a Login Form

    • Step 12 - Displaying Login Credentials in a JSP using Model

    • Step 13 - Add hard-coded validation of userid and password

    • Step 14 - Getting started with Todo Features - Creating Todo and TodoService

    • Step 15 - Creating first version of List Todos Page

    • Step 16 - Understanding Session vs Model vs Request - @SessionAttributes

    • Step 17 - Adding JSTL to Spring Boot Project and Showing Todos in a Table

    • Step 18 - Adding Bootstrap CSS framework to Spring Boot Project using webjars

    • Step 19 - Formatting JSP pages with Bootstrap CSS framework

    • Step 20 - Lets Add a New Todo - Create a new View

    • Step 21 - Enhancing TodoService to add the todo

    • Step 22 - Adding Validations using Spring Boot Starter Validation

    • Step 23 - Using Command Beans to implement New Todo Page Validations

    • Step 24 - Implementing Delete Todo Feature - New View

    • Step 25 - Implementing Update Todo - 1 - Show Update Todo Page

    • Step 26 - Implementing Update Todo - 1 - Save changes to Todo

    • Step 27 - Adding Target Date Field to Todo Page

    • Step 28 - Adding a Navigation Bar and Implementing JSP Fragments

    • Step 29 - Preparing for Spring Security

    • Step 30 - Setting up Spring Security with Spring Boot Starter Security

    • Step 31 - Configuring Spring Security with Custom User and Password Encoder

    • Step 32 - Refactoring and Removing Hardcoding of User Id

    • Step 33 - Setting up a New User for Todo Application

    • Step 34 - Adding Spring Boot Starter Data JPA and Getting H2 database ready

    • Step 35 - Configuring Spring Security to Get H2-console Working

    • Step 36 - Making Todo an Entity and Population Todo Data into H2

    • Step 37 - Creating TodoRepository and Connecting List Todos page from H2 database

    • Step 38 - Connecting All Todo App Features to H2 Database

    • Step 39 - OPTIONAL - Overview of Connecting Todo App to MySQL database

    • Step 40 - OPTIONAL - Installing Docker

    • Step 41 - OPTIONAL - Connecting Todo App to MySQL database

    Spring Boot Deep Dive With a Small API

    • Step 01 - Quick Introduction to REST - Understand Resource and Actions

    • Step 02 - Creating Spring Boot Project for REST with Maven and Eclipse

    • Step 03 - Creating your first Spring Boot Resource - Hello World

    • Step 04 - Creating a Second Spring Boot Resource Method - Hello World Bean

    • Step 05 - Exploring Path Params and Path Variables with Spring Boot

    • Step 06 - Getting Ready for Survey Questionnaire REST API

    • Step 07 - Creating First Survey Spring Boot REST API - GET all surveys

    • Step 08 - Creating Second Survey Spring Boot REST API Method - GET a survey

    • Step 09 - Exploring REST API Best Practices - Request Methods and Response Status

    • Step 10 - Exercise - Creating Survey Question related Spring Boot REST API Methods

    • Step 11 - Creating Spring Boot REST API to create Survey Question - POST

    • Step 12 - Improving POST Method - Status CREATED and Location Header

    • Step 13 - Implementing Spring Boot REST API Method to DELETE a Question

    • Step 14 - Implementing Spring Boot REST Method to Update a Question - PUT

    • Step 15 - Setting up Spring Boot Data JPA with H2 Database and User Entity

    • Step 16 - Exploring Spring Boot Data JPA using Command Line Runner

    • Step 17 - Creating User REST API with Spring Boot Starter Rest

    • Step 18 - Writing Your First Spring Boot Integration Test

    • Step 19 - Writing Asserts for JSON in Spring Boot Tests - JsonAssert

    • Step 20 - Improving JUnit Asserts for Spring Boot Integration Test

    • Step 21 - Writing Spring Boot Integration Test for GET method returning List

    • Step 22 - Writing Spring Boot Integration Test for POST method creating a Question

    • Step 23 - Understanding JUnit Best Practice - Have ZERO Side Effects

    • Step 24 - Writing Your First Spring Boot Mock MVC Unit Test

    • Step 25 - Improving Asserts for Spring Boot Mock MVC Unit Test

    • Step 26 - Writing Spring Boot Mock MVC Unit Test for POST Method

    • Step 27 - Getting Started with Spring Boot Starter Security

    • Step 28 - Configuring Spring Security for Spring Boot REST API

    • Step 29 - Fixing Spring Boot Unit and Integration Tests