This course enables the experienced Java developer to use the Spring application framework to manage objects in a lightweight, inversion-of-control container, and to build sophisticated web applications using the model/view/controller or MVC framework.
Spring's core module gives the developer declarative control over object creation and assembly; this is useful for any tier of any Java application, so we study it in some depth to begin the course. Then students build web applications that use Spring MVC to organize their designs into coherent request/response cycles. They use Spring command objects to manage HTML forms and their data, and connect these to the validation framework. We connect our applications to persistent stores and study the DAO and ORM modules, to better understand JDBC and JPA persistence models and declarative transaction control. The course concludes with a chapter on Spring's testing framework, including the mock-MVC utilities for web controllers.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Spring class:
Experience in the following would be useful for this Spring class:
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The Spring-MVC Web Applications training was excellent and will get you up and running quickly.
Jeff Fry, Clearwire
Bellevue, WA WA
This is the best Spring learning experience I have ever had.
Yu Wen, MTL
Oak Brook IL
The instructor did a great job explaining everything with great detail and there were a lot of good examples.
Ilya Ryaboy, Granite Telecommunications
When first signing up for the 7 hour (!) online class, I was hesitant. However, the instructor was professional, well-paced and had breaks on a regular basis. The day actually flew by...Who Knew?
Kelly Critelli, EisnerAmper LLP