Building applications is hard, but a good architecture should help to make it easier. This course looks at the idea of building your application with isolated components while making use of Spring Data and Spring Security.
How do you go about designing and building a complex web application while keeping the code maintainable and testable? This course, Architecting Web Applications with Spring, examines how to build your application from 'components,' where each component is a feature of your application. That feature is isolated as much as possible from the rest of the application and will contain all the code it needs. You'll be shown how to unit test these features by injecting dependencies to make them mockable, and how to use Mockito as the mocking framework that will allow features to be unit-tested. You'll learn how to integrate test components with support from Spring, as well as database integration, using Flyway to manage database migrations, and using Spring Data to access that data. Last, but not least, you'll discover how to use Spring Security to provide a layer of authentication and authorization to your application. By the end of this course, you'll be able to fully architect web apps with multiple components in Spring using code that you can easily test and maintain.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Kevin Jones. Welcome to my cause. Market acting have applications with Spring. I am a developer and owner of Rock Solid Knowledge, a software development company based in the United Kingdom. There are many ways to structure an application this course concentrate on something I call horizontal design. With this, rather than break a project down into its layers, such as database and services, we break the projects down into components. Which component project contains all that component needs? Some of the major topics we will cover include breaking a spring application down into component, using spring repositories to access databases, securing the application with spring security separate and concerns with met annotations and using migrations to manage your database. By the end of this course, you understand the benefits of designing application around components before beginning the course. You should be familiar with Java, and some familiarity with spring would also be helpful. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to design spring applications with the architect ING Web applications with spring course of rural sites