Writing data access code often involves lots of boilerplate, most of which tends to be inconsistent across different types of data stores.
In this course, Spring Framework: Overview of Spring Data, you'll learn about how Spring Data can be used to make data access easier.
First, you'll learn how to easily set up a Spring Data project using a Spring Boot Starter.
Next, you'll discover how to use Spring Data repositories to easily query data in a data-store agnostic manner.
Finally, you'll explore how to manage transactions using Spring.
When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of Spring Data needed to get started with any Spring Data module.
Andrew is an independent consultant with cross-functional expertise in the design, development, and deployment of enterprise level software systems. Working with various clients, Andrew has been exposed to many different technology stacks, most recently specializing in Java Microservices and continuous delivery.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name's Andre Morgan. Welcome to my course. Overview of spring Data. I'm an independent consultant specializing in Spring Micro Service is in continuous delivery. Nearly all Java developers will need to deal with data access at some point on a lot of the time. This involves writing that sort of boiler plate. In this course, we're going to give an overview of Spring Data, a collection of projects for data access in Java. Some of the major topics that will cover include bootstrapping an application with the Spring Data starter. Accessing data with repositories on transaction management were spring. By the end of this course, she'll know the basics of spring Data on will be able to get started with any spring data project before beginning this course. She should be familiar with Spring Java and databases. From here, you should feel Constable diving into any module specific spring date. Of course, I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn spring data with the overview of spring days. Of course, a floor site