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Spring: Core Training

  • Course Code VMSC
  • Duration 4 days

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Course Overview

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This 4-day course offers hands-on experience with the major features of Spring and Spring Boot, which includes configuration, data access, REST, AOP, auto-configuration, actuator, security, and Spring testing framework to build enterprise and microservices applications. On completion, participants will have a foundation for creating enterprise and cloud-ready applications.

This course prepares students for the Spring Professional certification exam.

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Target Audience

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Application developers who want to increase their understanding of Spring and Spring Boot with hands-on experience and a focus on fundamentals.

Course Objectives

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By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  • Spring configuration using Java Configuration and Annotations
  • Aspect oriented programming with Spring
  • Testing Spring applications using JUnit 5
  • Spring Data Access - JDBC, JPA and Spring Data
  • Spring Transaction Management
  • Simplifying application development with Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot auto-configuration, starters and properties
  • Build a simple REST application using Spring Boot, embedded Web Server and fat JARs or classic WARs
  • Implementing REST client applications using RestTemplate and WebClient
  • Spring Security
  • Enable and extend metrics and monitoring capabilities using Spring Boot actuator
  • Utilize Spring Boot enhancements to testing

Course Content

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1  Introduction to Spring

  • Java configuration and the Spring application context
  • @Configuration and @Bean annotations
  • @Import: working with multiple configuration files
  • Defining bean scopes
  • Launching a Spring Application and obtaining Beans

2  Spring JAVA Configuration: A Deeper Look

  • External properties & Property sources
  • Environment abstraction
  • Using bean profiles
  • Spring Expression Language (SpEL)

3   Annotation-based Dependency Injection

  • Component scanning
  • Autowiring using @Autowired
  • Java configuration versus annotations, mixing.
  • Lifecycle annotations: @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy
  • Stereotypes and meta-annotations

4  Factory Pattern in Spring

  • Using Spring FactoryBeans

5  Advanced Spring: How Does Spring Work Internally? 

  • The Spring Bean Lifecycle
  • The BeanFactoryPostProcessor interception point
  • The BeanPostProcessor interception point
  • Spring Bean Proxies
  • @Bean method return types

6  Aspect-oriented programming

  • What problems does AOP solve?
  • Defining pointcut expressions
  • Implementing various types of advice

7  Testing a Spring-based Application

  • Spring and Test-Driven Development
  • Spring 5 integration testing with JUnit 5
  • Application context caching and the @DirtiesContext annotation
  • Profile selection with @ActiveProfiles
  • Easy test data setup with @Sql

8  Data Accss and JDBC with Spring

  • How Spring integrates with existing data access technologies
  • DataAccessException hierarchy
  • Spring‘s JdbcTemplate

9  Database Transactions with Spring

  • Transactions overview
  • Transaction management with Spring
  • Transaction propagation and rollback rules
  • Transactions and integration testing

10  Spring Boot Introduction

  • Introduction to Spring Boot Features
  • Value Proposition of Spring Boot
  • Creating a simple Boot application using Spring Initializer website

11  Spring Boot Dependencies, Auto-configuration, and Runtime

  • Dependency management using Spring Boot starters
  • How auto-configuration works
  • Configuration properties
  • Overriding auto-configuration 
  • Using CommandLineRunner

12  JPA with Spring and Spring Data

  • Quick introduction to ORM with JPA
  • Benefits of using Spring with JPA
  • JPA configuration in Spring
  • Configuring Spring JPA using Spring Boot
  • Spring Data JPA dynamic repositories

13  Spring MVC Architecture and Overview

  • Introduction to Spring MVC and request processing
  • Controller method signatures
  • Using @Controller, @RestController and @GetMapping annotations
  • Configuring Spring MVC with Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot packaging options, JAR or WAR

14  Rest with Spring MVC

  • An introduction to the REST architectural style
  • Controlling HTTP response codes with @ResponseStatus
  • Implementing REST with Spring MVC, @RequestMapping, @RequestBody and @ResponseBody
  • Spring MVC’s HttpMessageConverters and automatic content negotiation

15  Spring Security

  • What problems does Spring Security solve?
  • Configuring authentication
  • Implementing authorization by intercepting URLs
  • Authorization at the Java method level
  • Understanding the Spring Security filter chain
  • Spring security testing

16  Actuators, Metrics and Health Indicators

  • Exposing Spring Boot Actuator endpoints
  • Custom Metrics
  • Health Indicators
  • Creating custom Health Indicators
  • External monitoring systems

17  Spring Boot Testing Enhancements 

  • Spring Boot testing overview
  • Integration testing using @SpringBootTest
  • Web slice testing with MockMvc framework
  • Slices to test different layers of the application

18  Spring Security Oauth (Optional Topic)

  • OAuth 2 Overview
  • Implementing OAuth 2 using Spring Security OAuth

19  Reactive Applications with Spring (Optional Topic)

  • Overview of Reactive Programming concepts
  • Reactive Programming support in Spring
  • Using Spring’s reactive WebClient

Course Prerequisites

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Some developer experience using Java, an IDE (Eclipse, STS or IntelliJ) and build tools such as Maven or Gradle