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Course Java Development with Spring

Course Java Development with Spring
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  • Module 1 : Spring Introduction

    Module 2 : Dependency Injection

    Module 3 : Application Configuration

    What is Spring?
    Addressing Layers
    Framework Overview
    Dependency Injection
    Inversion of Control
    Aspect Oriented Programming
    Portable Service Abstractions
    Spring Packages
    Non-IoC or Dependency Injection
    Benefits of Dependency Injection
    Constructor Dependency Injection
    Setter Dependency Injection
    Bean Factory
    Bean Configuration File
    Injection Parameter Types
    Bean Naming
    Autowiring Properties
    Application Context
    Multiple configuration files
    Working with interceptors
    Externalizing constant values
    Bean scopes
    Bean definition inheritance
    Inner beans
    p and util namespaces
    Dependency injection of collections
    Spring Expression Language
    Autowiring and component scanning
    Stereotype annotations
    Java-based configuration
    Mixing configuration styles
    When to use XML, annotations, and Java configuration
    Testing Applications

    Module 4 : Aspect Orientation

    Module 5 : Spring Persistence

    Module 6 : Spring JDBC

    Aspect Oriented Programming
    The need for AOP
    Crosscutting Concerns
    Spring AOP
    Static AOP
    Dynamic AOP
    Spring and Persistence
    Java Persistence
    Traditional Persistence
    Transparant Persistence
    Shared Persistence Concepts
    DAO Design Pattern
    Before and after DAO
    DAO Pattern JDBC
    Integration with IoC
    DAO Portability
    Spring DAO Concepts
    Transaction Management
    Spring Exceptions
    Exception Translation
    Spring and JDBC
    JDBC Characteristics
    JDBC Architecture
    Executing Statements
    JDBC Drivers and URL’s
    Spring JDBC Data Access
    DAO with JdbcTemplate
    Data Source Injection
    Querying using JdbcTemplate
    Querying and Populating Objects
    Updating with JdbcTemplate

    Module 7 : Spring ORM

    Module 8 : Transactions

    Module 9 : Spring MVC

    Spring and Hibernate
    Hibernate Integration
    Mapping Classes
    Implementation HibernateTemplate
    HibernateTemplate execute
    Hibernate DAO Implementation
    Hibernate Annotations
    Spring and JPA
    Using JPA API
    Persistence Unit Configuration
    Persistence Configuration
    Container Managed Transactions
    Externalizing Database Properties
    Entity Manager from JNDI
    JpaTemplate and JpaDaoSupport
    JPA Java Configuration
    Transaction Managers
    Declaring Transaction Managers
    Programmatic Transactions
    Transaction Callback API
    @Transactional annotation
    Declarative Transactions
    Isolation Levels
    Read-Only Hint
    Declaring a Transaction Manager
    Configuring transaction propagation
    Transactions and integration testing
    What Spring MVC?
    Request life-cycle
    URL Handler mapping
    Matching URLs
    Matching Methods
    Matching Content Types
    Path Variables
    Request Parameters
    Headers and Cookies
    Injectable Method Parameters
    Form Submissions
    Command Objects vs. Entities
    Producing Responses
    Spring MVC Validation

    Module 10 : Spring REST

    Module 11 : Spring and Security

    Module 12 : Spring BOOT

    REST Web Services
    HttpEntity and ResponseEntity
    Default Content Types
    Default Status Codes
    @ResponseStatus and HttpStatus
    Working with XML
    Working with JSON
    Multiple Representations
    Filtering with @JsonView
    REST Clients
    Sending HTTP Requests
    Translating Entities
    Reading Responses
    Error Handlers
    Spring Security Model
    Process Behind Security Interceptors
    Authentication Manager
    Configuring authentication
    Intercepting URLs
    Security tag library for JSPs
    Security at the method level
    Customizing the Security filter chain
    Access Decision Manager
    Security Based on Roles
    Security Based on Identity
    Run-as Manager
    Custom Login Pages
    After Invocation Manager
    XSD Extensions
    Using Annotations
    Convention over Configuration
    NO XML
    Spring Boot CLI
    Building and Deploying an Application
    Using Templates
    Gathering Metrics
    Using Java With start.spring.io
    Spring Boot Starters
    Building as a Runnable JAR
    Data Access with Spring Data
    Property Support
    Securing an Application
    Authentication and Authorization

    Module 13 : Optional : Spring JMS

    Module 14 : Optional : Spring JMX

    What is JMS?
    Messaging Characteristics
    Messaging Models
    JMS Architectural Components
    JMS Message Interfacs
    Configuring JMS resources with Spring
    Using the JmsTemplate
    Message listener containers
    What is JMX?
    Managed Beans
    MBean flavors
    JMX Architecture
    Naming MBeans
    MBean Server
    Registering Mbeans
    Manipulating MBeans
    Export MBeans automatically
  • Audience Java Development Spring Course

    Course Java Development with Spring Experienced Java developers who want to use the Spring Framework for Java Desktop, Web and Enterprise applications.

    Prerequisites Course Java Development Spring

    Experience with Java programming and object orientation is required to participate in this course. Basic knowledge of Web Applications and XML is beneficial for a proper understanding.

    Realization Training Java Development Spring

    The concepts are treated by means of presentation slides and demos. The theory is interspersed with exercises. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Java Development Spring

    Participants receive an official certificate Java Development with Spring after successful completion of the course.

  • Course Java Development Spring

    This course covers the concepts, components and architecture of the Spring Framework. Ample attention is paid to the concept of Dependency Injection or Inversion of Control that plays a central role in Spring. Different varieties of such dependency injection like setter injection and constructor injection are discussed as is the automation of this bean wiring process through autowiring. The other pillar of the Framework, Aspect Orientation, is also addressed. The concepts surrounding Aspect Orientation like Aspects, Joinpoints, Pointcuts, Advice and Weaving are explained. Next the different options to store data from Spring Java applications in databases are treated. Attention is paid to using JDBC with a JdbcTemplate, as well as to the use of Object Relational Mapping frameworks like Hibernate with a HibernateTemplate or JPA through annotations. In this respect also Transactions in Spring, the different Transaction Managers and the Transaction Callback API are discussed. Web Applications with the Spring MVC Framework and Spring Rest Web Service are also part of the course schedule and the role of controllers, views, page parameters and command objects is discussed. Finally, attention is paid to Spring Security and the easy setup of a Spring environment with Spring Boot. The modules Spring and JMS and Spring and JMX are optional.

  • Course Forms

    All our courses are classroom courses in which the students are guided through the material on the basis of an experienced trainer with in-depth material knowledge. Theory is always interspersed with exercises.


    We also do custom classes and then adjust the course content to your wishes. On request we will also discuss your practical cases.

    Course times

    The course times are from 9.30 to 16.30. But we are flexible in this. Sometimes people have to bring children to the daycare and other times are more convenient for them. In good consultation we can then agree on different course times.


    We take care of the computers on which the course can be held. The software required for the course has already been installed on these computers. You do not have to bring a laptop to participate in the course. If you prefer to work on your own laptop, you can take it with you if you wish. The required software is then installed at the start of the course.


    Our courses are generally given with Open Source software such as Eclipse, IntelliJ, Tomcat, Pycharm, Anaconda and Netbeans. You will receive the digital course material to take home after the course.


    The course includes lunch that we use in a restaurant within walking distance of the course room.


    The courses are planned at various places in the country. A course takes place at a location if at least 3 people register for that location. If there are registrations for different locations, the course will take place at our main location, Houten which is just below Utrecht. A course at our main location also takes place with 2 registrations and regularly with 1 registration. And we also do courses at the customer’s location if they appreciate that.