Java Web Development with Hibernate & Spring

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overview & enrollment

  • Course level: Intermediate
  • Total Duration: 30 Hours
  • Delivery Method: Instructor LED based Classroom Training

Following topics are included in this course:

  • Hibernate Overview
  • Advanced Mappings Overview
  • Spring Overview
  • Dev Environment Overview
  • Bean Scopes – Overview

Certification:

Certificate of Completion will be provided after completing the course

Skills Required

No prior knowledge on Spring & Hibernate is required. Candidate should have basic knowledge of programming concept.

full course outline

  • Introduction
  • Practice Activities – Overview
  • Hibernate Overview
  • Hibernate and JDBC
  • Hibernate Development Environment Overview
  • Installing MySQL on MS Windows
  • Setting Up Database Table
  • Setting up Hibernate in Eclipse
  • Testing Your JDBC Connection
  • Hibernate Development Process Overview
  • Creating the Hibernate Configuration File
  • Hibernate Annotations – Part 1
  • Hibernate Annotations – Part 2
  • Creating and Saving Java Objects – Part 1
  • Creating and Saving Java Objects – Part 2
  • Primary Keys – Overview
  • Primary Keys – Write Some Code
  • Primary Keys – Changing the Starting Index
  • Reading Objects with Hibernate
  • Querying Objects with Hibernate – Overview
  • Querying Objects with Hibernate – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Querying Objects with Hibernate – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Updating Objects with Hibernate – Overview
  • Updating Objects with Hibernate – Write Some Code
  • Deleting Objects with Hibernate – Overview
  • Deleting Objects with Hibernate – Write Some Code
  • @OneToOne – Overview – Part 1
  • @OneToOne – Overview – Part 2
  • @OneToOne – Overview – Part 3
  • @OneToOne – Run Database Scripts
  • @OneToOne – Write Some Code – Prep Work
  • @OneToOne – Write Some Code – Create InstructorDetail class
  • @OneToOne – Write Some Code – Create Instructor class
  • @OneToOne – Write Some Code – Build Main App – Part 1
  • @OneToOne – Write Some Code – Build Main App – Part 2
  • @OneToOne – Delete an Entity
  • @OneToOne – Bi-Directional Overview
  • @OneToOne – Bi-Directional – Create Relationship
  • @OneToOne – Bi-Directional – Develop Main App
  • @OneToOne – Refactoring and Exception Handling
  • @OneToOne – Bi-Directional – Cascade Delete
  • @OneToOne – Bi-Directional – Delete Only InstructorDetail – Part 1
  • @OneToOne – Bi-Directional – Delete Only InstructorDetail – Part 2
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional Overview – Part 1
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional Overview – Part 2
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Database Prep Work
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Create Course Mapping
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Define Course Relationship
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Update Instructor
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Add Instructor to Database
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Create Courses for Instructor
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Retrieve Instructor Courses
  • @OneToMany – Bi-Directional – Delete a Course
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Overview – Part 1
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Overview – Part 2
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Coding – Eager
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Coding – Lazy
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Coding – Closing the Session
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Coding – Resolve Lazy Loading Issue
  • Eager vs Lazy Loading – Coding – HQL JOIN FETCH
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Overview – Part 1
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Overview – Part 2
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Set up database tables
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Create Review Class
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Configure Fetch Type
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Create Course Reviews
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Get Course Reviews
  • @OneToMany – Uni-Directional – Delete Course Reviews
  • @ManyToMany – Overview – Part 1
  • @ManyToMany – Overview – Part 2
  • @ManyToMany – Set up database tables
  • @ManyToMany – Update Course class
  • @ManyToMany – Configure Course for many-to-many
  • @ManyToMany – Configure Student for many-to-many
  • @ManyToMany – Create a Main App
  • @ManyToMany – Review app output
  • @ManyToMany – Add more courses for a student
  • @ManyToMany – Verify Data in Join Table
  • @ManyToMany – Get Courses for Student
  • @ManyToMany – Delete a Course
  • @ManyToMany – Delete a Student
  • Why Spring? – part 1
  • Why Spring? – part 2
  • Spring 5 Update
  • Spring Core Framework – Part 1
  • Spring Core Framework – Part 2
  • Spring Platform
  • Dev Environment Overview
  • Installing Tomcat
  • Installing Eclipse
  • Connecting Tomcat to Eclipse
  • Downloading Spring 5 JAR Files – Overview
  • Downloading Spring 5 JAR files – Installation
  • What is Inversion of Control?
  • Code Demo – Rough Prototype Part 1
  • Code Demo – Rough Prototype Part 2
  • Spring Inversion of Control – Overview
  • Spring Inversion of Control – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Spring Inversion of Control – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Spring Dependency Injection – Overview
  • Spring Dependency Injection – Behind the Scenes
  • Spring Dependency Injection – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Spring Dependency Injection – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Spring Dependency Injection – Write Some Code – Part 3
  • Setter Injection – Overview
  • Setter Injection – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Setter Injection – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Injecting Literal Values – Overview
  • Injecting Literal Values – Write Some Code
  • Injecting Values from a Properties File – Overview
  • Injecting Values from a Properties File – Write Some Code
  • Bean Scopes – Overview
  • Bean Scopes – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Bean Scopes – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Bean Lifecycle – Overview
  • Bean Lifecycle – Write Some Code
  • Annotations Overview – Component Scanning
  • Annotations Project Setup
  • Explicit Component Names – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Explicit Component Names – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Default Component Names – Overview
  • Default Component Names – Write Some Code
  • Constructor Injection – Overview
  • Constructor Injection – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Constructor Injection – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Setter Injection – Overview
  • Setter Injection – Write Some Code
  • Method Injection
  • Field Injection – Overview
  • Field Injection – Write Some Code
  • Which Injection Type Should You Use?
  • Qualifiers for Dependency Injection – Overview
  • Qualifiers for Dependency Injection – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Qualifiers for Dependency Injection – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • @Scope Annotation – Overview
  • @Scope Annotation – Write Some Code
  • Bean Lifecycle Method Annotations – Overview
  • Bean Lifecycle Method Annotations – Write Some Code
  • Spring Configuration with Java Code – Overview
  • Spring Configuration with Java Code – Write Some Code
  • Defining Spring Beans with Java Code – Overview
  • Defining Spring Beans with Java Code – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Defining Spring Beans with Java Code – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Injecting Values from Properties File – Overview
  • Injecting Values from Properties File – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Injecting Values from Properties File – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Spring MVC Overview
  • Spring MVC – Behind the Scenes
  • Development Environment Checkpoint
  • Spring MVC Configuration – Overview
  • Spring MVC Configuration – JAR Files
  • Spring MVC Configuration – Config Files
  • Creating a Spring Home Controller and View – Overview
  • Creating a Spring Home Controller and View – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Creating a Spring Home Controller and View – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Reading HTML Form Data – Overview
  • Reading HTML Form Data – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Reading HTML Form Data – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Reading HTML Form Data – Write Some Code – Part 3
  • Adding Data to the Spring Model – Overview
  • Adding Data to the Spring Model – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Adding Data to the Spring Model – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Binding Request Params – Overview
  • Binding Request Params – Write Some Code
  • Controller Level Request Mapping – Overview
  • Controller Level Request Mapping – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Controller Level Request Mapping – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Spring MVC Form Tags Overview
  • Text Fields – Overview
  • Text Fields – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Text Fields – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Text Fields – Write Some Code – Part 3
  • Drop-Down Lists – Overview
  • Drop-Down Lists – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Drop-Down Lists – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Radio Buttons – Overview
  • Radio Buttons – Write Some Code
  • Checkboxes – Overview
  • Checkboxes – Write Some Code – Part 1
  • Checkboxes – Write Some Code – Part 2
  • Spring MVC Form Validation Overview
  • Setting Up Dev Environment for Form Validation
  • Installing Validation Files
  • Checking for Required Fields Overview
  • Add Validation Rule to Customer Class
  • Display Validation Error Messages on HTML Form
  • Perform Validation in Controller Class – Part 1
  • Perform Validation in Controller Class – Part 2
  • Update Confirmation Page
  • Test the Validation Rule for Required Fields
  • Add Pre-processing Code with @InitBinder – Overview
  • Add Pre-processing Code with @InitBinder – Write Some Code
  • Validating a Number Range – Overview
  • Validating a Number Range – Write Some Code
  • Applying Regular Expressions – Overview
  • Applying Regular Expressions – Write Some Code
  • How to make Integer Field Required: freePasses
  • How to Handle String input for Integer Fields – Custom Message
  • How to Handle String input for Integer Fields – Configure Resource Bundle
  • How to Handle String input for Integer Fields – Deep Dive
  • Custom Form Validation – Overview – Part 1
  • Custom Form Validation – Overview – Part 2
  • Creating a Custom Java Annotation – Part 1
  • Creating a Custom Java Annotation – Part 2
  • Developing the ConstraintValidator
  • Adding Validation Rule to the Entity and Form
  • Testing the Custom Validation Rule

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