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Pivotal's Spring Web Course

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Want to create powerful Web applications using the Spring Framework? Need to learn the skills to do so? Come and join this intensive, hands-on Spring Web course and learn how to apply the latest in Spring!

This course teaches developers how to apply the latest in Spring to create Web applications, implement RESTful services and leverage Spring Boot.

The course starts with the basics of implementing Controllers and building Web Applications using Spring Boot. Next the course will cover views and form-handling before moving onto building REST services and accessing them from Browsers (using JavaScript and AJAX). Finally the course covers security, testing and web-sockets. Configuration topics are spread throughout the course covering Message Sources and I18N, filters, servlets, static resource management, interceptors, Controller Advices and exception handling.

Certification exams are sold separately.

Learn how to:

  • Use the Spring Framework to develop Web applications
  • Implement RESTful services using Spring MVC
  • Use Spring Boot to build applications quickly with auto-configuration
  • Secure Web applications with Spring Secuirty
  • Test Web applications for correctness and performance
  • Understand and use Web Sockets with Spring MVC

About the Expert

Sam Brannen

Sam Brannen is a Senior Software Consultant with over 15 years' experience & co-founder of Swiftmind, a software consulting agency in Zurich, Switzerland. At Swiftmind Sam helps international clients achieve best practices in the architecture, design, implementation, & testing of enterprise Java applications using the Spring Framework and a plethora of open source technologies. In his consulting role, Sam most enjoys leading work shops, code reviews, coaching, and training clients.

About the Author

Rod Johnson

Rod is the father of Spring. The Spring Framework open source project began in February 2003, based on SpringSource's Spring framework published with Rod's best-selling Expert One-on-One Java EE Design and Development.

Thanks to our partners

GETTING STARTED WITH SPRING WEB MVC

  • Spring model-view-controller (MVC) overview
  • DispatcherServlet
  • Controller programming model overview
  • Spring MVC views
  • Introduction to Spring Boot

MORE ON CONTROLLERS

  • Controller Method parameters
  • Accessing Request data
  • WebMvcConfigurer & View Controllers
  • Using Conventions

SPRING BOOT

  • Fast development and deployment using Spring Boot
  • Simplified dependency management with starter POMs
  • Packaging options - JAR or WAR
  • Easily overriding Spring Boot defaults

MAPPING AND CONFIGURATION

  • SPring MVC Internal Infrastructure
  • Spring Boot’s Default Setup
  • Advanced Spring Boot Configuration

MESSAGE SOURCES AND

INTERNATIONALIZATION - Defining message sources (message bundles) - Multiple Languages and Locales

BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO LAYOUTS

  • Page layout and structure

USING VIEWS IN SPRING MVC

  • Views and view resolvers
  • Setting up a View resolver chain
  • Alternating views and Content Negotiation
  • JSON and XML Views

FILTERS AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

  • Defining Spring Configured Filters
  • Client Caching using ETags
  • Resource configuration and the resource pipeline

FORM HANDLING WITH SPRING MVC

  • Form Rendering
  • Type Conversion
  • Data Binding
  • Form submission lifecycle
  • Form validation (using Spring and JSR 330 validation)
  • Form Object management

IMPLEMENTING REST

  • Overview of REST concepts (optional)
  • Extending Spring MVC to support RESTful interactions
  • Setting response status
  • Handling request and response body data
  • HttpEntity and URI building
  • Server features to support browsers
  • Using ResponseBodyAdvice
  • CORS and @CrossOrigin

EXCEPTION HANDLING

  • Using @RequestStatus with Exceptions
  • Adding Exception handlers to Controllers
  • Global exception handling - Controller Advices and Exception resolvers
  • Exception handling for RESTful interactions

SPRING SESSION

  • Managing persistent sessions independent of Containers
  • Understanding how it works using a simple implementation

WEB APPLICATION SECURITY WITH

SPRING SECURITY - Motivation for Spring Security - Spring Security in a Web environment - Using Spring Security tag libraries - Method security

DEBUGGING AND TESTING WEB

APPLICATIONS - Debugging applications in a browser - Testing Web applications using Spring’s Mock MVC framework - Using Spring HtmlUnit

SPRING WEBSOCKETS

  • Overview of Websocket development
  • Using Websockets and Stomp with Spring MVC

SPRING WEB FLUX

  • Brief introduction to Reactive Programming
  • Overview of the upcoming reactive web functionality in Spring

Audience

If you are an architect or developer wanting to build web and/or RESTful applications using the Spring MVC framework - then this Spring Web course is for you!

Prerequisites

To get the most out of this Spring Web course, you should have prior experience in developing in Java and a basic understanding of Spring.

Bring your own hardware

Delegates are requested to bring their own laptop for this course, with most current version of Java installed.

Overview

Want to create powerful Web applications using the Spring Framework? Need to learn the skills to do so? Come and join this intensive, hands-on Spring Web course and learn how to apply the latest in Spring!

This course teaches developers how to apply the latest in Spring to create Web applications, implement RESTful services and leverage Spring Boot.

The course starts with the basics of implementing Controllers and building Web Applications using Spring Boot. Next the course will cover views and form-handling before moving onto building REST services and accessing them from Browsers (using JavaScript and AJAX). Finally the course covers security, testing and web-sockets. Configuration topics are spread throughout the course covering Message Sources and I18N, filters, servlets, static resource management, interceptors, Controller Advices and exception handling.

Certification exams are sold separately.

Learn how to:

  • Use the Spring Framework to develop Web applications
  • Implement RESTful services using Spring MVC
  • Use Spring Boot to build applications quickly with auto-configuration
  • Secure Web applications with Spring Secuirty
  • Test Web applications for correctness and performance
  • Understand and use Web Sockets with Spring MVC

About the Expert

Sam Brannen

Sam Brannen is a Senior Software Consultant with over 15 years' experience & co-founder of Swiftmind, a software consulting agency in Zurich, Switzerland. At Swiftmind Sam helps international clients achieve best practices in the architecture, design, implementation, & testing of enterprise Java applications using the Spring Framework and a plethora of open source technologies. In his consulting role, Sam most enjoys leading work shops, code reviews, coaching, and training clients.

About the Author

Rod Johnson

Rod is the father of Spring. The Spring Framework open source project began in February 2003, based on SpringSource's Spring framework published with Rod's best-selling Expert One-on-One Java EE Design and Development.

Thanks to our partners

Program

GETTING STARTED WITH SPRING WEB MVC

  • Spring model-view-controller (MVC) overview
  • DispatcherServlet
  • Controller programming model overview
  • Spring MVC views
  • Introduction to Spring Boot

MORE ON CONTROLLERS

  • Controller Method parameters
  • Accessing Request data
  • WebMvcConfigurer & View Controllers
  • Using Conventions

SPRING BOOT

  • Fast development and deployment using Spring Boot
  • Simplified dependency management with starter POMs
  • Packaging options - JAR or WAR
  • Easily overriding Spring Boot defaults

MAPPING AND CONFIGURATION

  • SPring MVC Internal Infrastructure
  • Spring Boot’s Default Setup
  • Advanced Spring Boot Configuration

MESSAGE SOURCES AND

INTERNATIONALIZATION - Defining message sources (message bundles) - Multiple Languages and Locales

BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO LAYOUTS

  • Page layout and structure

USING VIEWS IN SPRING MVC

  • Views and view resolvers
  • Setting up a View resolver chain
  • Alternating views and Content Negotiation
  • JSON and XML Views

FILTERS AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

  • Defining Spring Configured Filters
  • Client Caching using ETags
  • Resource configuration and the resource pipeline

FORM HANDLING WITH SPRING MVC

  • Form Rendering
  • Type Conversion
  • Data Binding
  • Form submission lifecycle
  • Form validation (using Spring and JSR 330 validation)
  • Form Object management

IMPLEMENTING REST

  • Overview of REST concepts (optional)
  • Extending Spring MVC to support RESTful interactions
  • Setting response status
  • Handling request and response body data
  • HttpEntity and URI building
  • Server features to support browsers
  • Using ResponseBodyAdvice
  • CORS and @CrossOrigin

EXCEPTION HANDLING

  • Using @RequestStatus with Exceptions
  • Adding Exception handlers to Controllers
  • Global exception handling - Controller Advices and Exception resolvers
  • Exception handling for RESTful interactions

SPRING SESSION

  • Managing persistent sessions independent of Containers
  • Understanding how it works using a simple implementation

WEB APPLICATION SECURITY WITH

SPRING SECURITY - Motivation for Spring Security - Spring Security in a Web environment - Using Spring Security tag libraries - Method security

DEBUGGING AND TESTING WEB

APPLICATIONS - Debugging applications in a browser - Testing Web applications using Spring’s Mock MVC framework - Using Spring HtmlUnit

SPRING WEBSOCKETS

  • Overview of Websocket development
  • Using Websockets and Stomp with Spring MVC

SPRING WEB FLUX

  • Brief introduction to Reactive Programming
  • Overview of the upcoming reactive web functionality in Spring
Audience

Audience

If you are an architect or developer wanting to build web and/or RESTful applications using the Spring MVC framework - then this Spring Web course is for you!

Prerequisites

To get the most out of this Spring Web course, you should have prior experience in developing in Java and a basic understanding of Spring.

Bring your own hardware

Delegates are requested to bring their own laptop for this course, with most current version of Java installed.