Spring Framework: Building Web Applications and Services

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Spring Framework: Building Web Applications and Services

Authors: Bryan Hansen, Craig Golightly

Spring is a powerful, lightweight framework used for application development. It is a well-defined tool that supports several web applications using Java as a programming... Read more

Build upon your knowledge of the Spring Framework by diving into these courses that will provide you with the step by step guidance to create your own web applications and services.

You will learn how to implement the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern, understand Spring data REST APIs using Swagger and Springfox.

Pre-requisites

Java

Beginner

Begin your journey into learning how to use the Spring Framework to build web applications. You will be introduced to the key attributes of the Spring Model View Controller (MVC) as well as how to customize user interfaces, design pages for displaying and modifying data.

Spring Framework: Spring MVC Fundamentals

by Bryan Hansen

Feb 12, 2020 / 2h 32m

2h 32m

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Description

Spring MVC is the a popular web framework for Java development. In this course, Spring Framework: Spring MVC Fundamentals, you will gain a solid understanding of creating web applications with Spring MVC. First, you will learn architecture in Spring. Next, you will discover controllers and navigation. Finally, you will explore how to create views. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Spring MVC needed to create web applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. What Is Spring MVC?
  3. Creating Your First Spring MVC Application
  4. Understanding the Structure of Spring MVC Applications
  5. Creating Controllers in Spring MVC
  6. Creating Views in Spring MVC Applications
  7. Using Java Server Pages with Spring MVC View
  8. Using Thymeleaf in Spring MVC Views
  9. Validating Objects in Spring MVC Applications
  10. Using Client-side JavaScript in Spring MVC Applications

Intermediate

In this section, you will learn how to: Create RESTful endpoints using Spring Data REST to modify data Implement Versioning in a Spring Data Rest API Document a Spring Data Rest API with Swagger Summarize a REST-based architecture

Spring Framework: Documenting Spring Data Rest APIs with Swagger and Springfox

by Craig Golightly

Mar 9, 2020 / 29m

29m

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Description

Documenting your API can sometimes feel like a losing battle between keeping it up to date with changes, figuring out what format to use, and how to host it. In this course, Spring Framework: Documenting Spring Data REST APIs with Swagger and Springfox, you will gain foundational knowledge of Documenting your APIs automatically. First, you will learn about Swagger and the tools it provides. Next, you will discover how to integrate Swagger and Springfox into your Spring Data REST project. Finally, you will explore how to customize your documentation and handle versioning. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Swagger and Springfox needed to automatically generate and host documentation for your Spring Data REST API.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Understanding Swagger
  3. Using Swagger in Your Project
  4. Customizing Swagger for Your API

Spring Framework: Versioning Spring Data REST APIs

by Craig Golightly

Feb 28, 2020 / 40m

40m

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Description

Sometimes you can't add features to your API without breaking something. How can you best communicate that to your users? In this course, Spring Framework: Versioning Spring Data REST APIs, you will learn foundational knowledge of versioning APIs. First, you will learn about when to version your API. Next, you will discover different versioning schemes. Finally, you will explore how to implement versioning in a Spring Data REST API. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of versioning Spring Data REST APIs needed to effectively manage change in your APIs.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Understanding API Versioning
  3. Implementing URI Versioning
  4. Using a Custom Header for Versioning
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