Spring is an open-source application development framework for Java applications. Spring can be used to build web applications using Enterprise Edition of Java. Spring has plug ins to support web applications development using Java Servlets on top of J2EE platform. Spring can be looked at as an alternative to EJB technology in Java.
Spring applications can be deployed individually on stand-alone servers. Spring application runs on fast, flexible and portable JVM based systems. Spring application development can be easily integrated with other popular Java frameworks like Apache Struts 2 and Hibernate..etc. Spring framework work based on the Inversion of Control Container on the Java platform. BeanFactory and ApplicationContext are the well known containers used in Spring framework.
The training at CREDO will introduce the trainee to the concepts of IoC, Aspect Oriented Programming and Model View Controller and then assists in implementing the same concepts in a real time project of his choice. An application developed using Spring framework has lots of advantages since Spring offers a host of plug ins for all basic features and functionality.
Spring v4.3 is the latest stable version released as of now. Spring 5 has been announced, which is being built upon Reactive Streams.
- Spring Framework definition
- Spring Framework design principals
- Sprint interfaces
Section2: Design Patterns & Core
- Inversion of Control
- Dependency Injection
- Spring & MVC
- Dependency injection feature
- Factory Pattern
- Bean Factory
- Spring Context definition
Section3: New Semantic Elements
- List of new semantic elements.
- Attributes of semantic elements.
- Importance of semantic elements.
- Usage of semantic elements.
- Sections and outlines.
Section4: Inversion of Control (IoC)
- Injecting dependencies
- IoC in enterprise application
Section5: Aspect Oriented Programming
- Spring AOP
- AOP in enterprise application
- AOP to provide enterprise services
- AOP to provide customer implementation
Section6: Bean Factories
- Application Context and BeanFactory
- Attaching and Populating beans
- Injecting data through setters
- Injecting data through constructors
- Spring special beans
- Post processing beans
- Listening on events
- Publishing events
Section7: JDBC Data Access
- JDBC Abstraction layer
- Data Access exception hierarchy
- Error handling Strategy
Section8: Spring ORM
- Database access layer for object, relational databases
- Mapping API for JDO, Hibernate
- Hibernate Mapping
- JDO Mapping
- Employing Spring transaction
- Using EJB declarative transactions
Section9: Integration process
- Spring Web
- Spring Web application
- Integrating Spring MVC in web application
- MVC Framework
- Configuring using Strategy Pattern
- Accommodating different views like Tiles, JSP, Velocity
- Using other frameworks like struts
- Spring Web Services
- Spring RMI
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