Spring Mastercourse: Covers Annotation & XML Configuration

Chaand Sheikh

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217 Videos (22h 54m)
    • S01L01 Introduction

      3:33
    • S02L01 Setting up System

      6:11
    • S02L02 Setting up Eclipse IDE

      4:18
    • S02L03 Integrating Tomcat with Eclipse

      5:06
    • S02L04 Adding Springs plugin into Eclipse

      2:48
    • S02L05 Downloading Spring framework

      10:10
    • S03L01 Understanding the Senario

      0:54
    • S03L03 Coding the Senario(Part 2)

      4:21
    • S03L04 Undertstanding Inversion of control

      3:48
    • S03L06 Implementing Inversion of Control

      10:20
    • S04L03 Project files on Drive

      1:35
    • S05L01 Constructor Arguments

      12:00
    • S05L02 Setting Bean Properties

      7:41
    • S05L03 Setting Bean Property using P Namespace

      2:58
    • S06L01 Dependency injection (Constructor argument)

      9:08
    • S06L02 Dependency Injection (Property setter)

      6:55
    • S06L03 Dependency Injection (Inner Bean)

      4:28
    • S07L01 What is bean

      2:08
    • S07L03 What is Bean Scope(2)

      2:03
    • S07L06 Bean scopes Singleton Prototype Scope

      7:48
    • S07L05 Bean scopes Setting up

      4:49
    • S07L07 Bean LifeCycle

      2:22
    • S07L09 Beans init and destroy

      5:28
    • S08L01 Setting list as Constructor arg

      6:12
    • S08L02 Setting Set as Constructor arg

      3:12
    • S08L03 Setting Map as Property

      8:27
    • S08L04 Setting Property as Property

      4:44
    • S09L01 Getting Started with Constructor

      8:09
    • S09L02 Constructor Autowiring (Removing Ambiguities)

      5:34
    • S09L03 Autowiring Default Setting Basics

      6:42
    • S09L04 Autowiring Properties Setting up

      5:44
    • S09L05 Autowire byName

      9:13
    • S09L06 Autowire byType

      6:43
    • S10L01 What is Annotation

      4:10
    • S10L03 How Spring Annotation works

      6:42
    • S10L05 Annotation Manual Wiring

      4:49
    • S10L06 Annotations Default Bean ID

      3:35
    • S11L01 Annotation config vs Component scan

      2:54
    • S11L03 Autowire XML beans with annotation(Background)

      6:16
    • S11L05 Autowire XML beans with annotation

      9:03
    • S11L06 Construction

      4:17
    • S11L08 Construction Injection only with Annotations

      3:02
    • S11L09 Autowired Required attribute

      3:04
    • S11L10 Setter Injection

      8:40
    • S11L11 Field Injection

      3:10
    • S11L12 Ambiguities and Autowiring

      9:31
    • S11L13 Qualifier Annotation

      4:15
    • S12L01 What is Bean Scope

      2:37
    • S12L03 Bean Scope with Annotation

      6:56
    • S12L04 Init and Destroy Method of Bean

      4:51
    • S13L01 SpEL Language

      10:14
    • S13L02 Reading from property file (XML Config)

      10:07
    • S14L01 Type of Configurations

      2:50
    • S14L03 Spring Configurations Getting Started

      4:48
    • S14L04 Defining Beans

      7:30
    • S14L05 Constructor Injection

      8:09
    • S14L06 Reading from property file (Annotation)

      13:13
    • S15L01 Spring MVC Understanding the pattern

      3:37
    • S15L03 Steps Required for Creating Spring MVC Project

      4:58
    • S15L05 Setting up Project

      8:47
    • S15L06 Setting Up Tomcat WebServer

      12:10
    • S15L07 Updating Web

      9:37
    • S15L08 Servlet Mapping

      3:30
    • S15L09 Configure Spring Web configuration file

      4:28
    • S15L10 Configure the Controller

      7:36
    • S15L11 Adding Homepage

      5:16
    • S15L12 Init Param Revisited

      6:25
    • S15L13 A Quick Walkthrough

      5:42
    • S16L01 Adding form

      5:03
    • S16L02 Reading from form

      5:38
    • S16L03 Introducing Model

      5:55
    • S16L04 Adding JSTL Support

      8:40
    • S16L05 Adding complex data to model

      8:58
    • S16L06 Reading Complex data using JSTL

      6:28
    • S16L07 Reading Form Data using Request Param Annotation

      3:54
    • S17L01 Spring Form Elements Introduction

      4:20
    • S17L02 Spring Form Elements behind the scene

      5:40
    • S17L04 Getting Started with Form

      13:30
    • S17L05 Adding Radio buttons (Part 1)

      6:13
    • S17L06 Adding Radio buttons (Part 2)

      7:08
    • S17L07 Adding Dropdown List (Part 1)

      6:13
    • S17L08 Adding Dropdown List (Part 2)

      6:07
    • S17L09 Adding Textarea

      6:36
    • S17L10 Adding Checkboxes (Part 1)

      9:33
    • S17L11 Adding Checkboxes (Part 2)

      7:19
    • S17L12 The 3 Approaches

      3:15
    • S17L14 Understanding Model and ModelMap Approach

      9:30
    • S18L01 Adding resources

      9:09
    • S18L02 Styling the Form

      7:30
    • S19L01 Form Validation using HTML

      3:30
    • S19L02 An Update

      7:59
    • S19L03 Form Validation Hibernate Validator (JSR 303)

      9:55
    • S19L04 Repopulating form Data

      7:36
    • S19L05 Displaying message on View

      7:46
    • S19L06 Form Validation Rules

      5:01
    • S20L01 Installing mysql

      8:01
    • S20L02 SQL workbench

      8:11
    • S20L03 Understanding the Architecture

      8:48
    • S20L05 Methods of Mapping

      1:11
    • S20L07 Setting Up Project

      6:05
    • S20L08 Adding DAOs

      13:47
    • S20L09 Defining Beans (XML Configuration)

      12:48
    • S20L10 Reading from Database

      7:41
    • S20L11 Showing Information on webpage

      7:43
    • S21L01 Defining Annotations

      8:02
    • S21L02 Getting Things in Place

      3:31
    • S21L03 Adding Add User link

      3:24
    • S21L04 A Walkthrough

      4:14
    • S21L05 Updating the Controller

      6:48
    • S21L06 Adding the Validation

      5:56
    • S21L07 Adding User

      3:31
    • S22L01 Exception Handling

      6:37
    • S23L01 Purpose of Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)

      8:24
    • S23L03 AOP terms

      5:06
    • S23L05 AOP with XML Configuration (Part 1)

      8:54
    • S23L06 AOP with XML Configuration (Part 2)

      13:26
    • S23L07 AOP with XML Configuration (Part 3)

      5:11
    • S23L08 Setting up Annotation based Project

      6:38
    • S23L09 AOP with Annotations (Part 1)

      6:48
    • S23L10 AOP with Annotations (Part 2)

      4:03
    • S23L11 AOP with Annotations (Part 3)

      6:22
    • S23L12 Defining Pointcuts

      3:24
    • S23L13 Type of Advices (Before and After Advice)

      8:35
    • S23L14 Type of Advices (Around Advice)

      5:08
    • S23L15 Wildcards with pointcut

      12:12
    • S23L16 Within pointcut designator

      7:32
    • S23L17 Usage of Joinpoint object

      7:20
    • S23L18 Args pointcut designator

      10:17
    • S23L19 Understanding Proxy Object

      8:52
    • S23L20 Target and This pointcut Designator

      7:03
    • S23L21 Bean Pointcut Designator

      4:09
    • S23L22 @Target and @Annotation Pointcut Designators

      8:17
    • S23L23 @Args Pointcut Designator

      5:30
    • S23L24 Combining Pointcuts

      5:15
    • S24L01 AOP with Spring MVC Getting Started

      6:15
    • S24L02 AOP with Spring MVC Adding Aspect

      6:56
    • S25L01 What is a Filter

      2:20
    • S25L03 Filters Introduction

      6:31
    • S26L01 Adding Security layer (Part 1)

      11:19
    • S26L02 Adding Security layer (Part 2)

      10:05
    • S26L03 Understanding Intercept URL

      5:28
    • S26L04 Allowing Static files

      2:34
    • S26L05 Using Custom Login Form

      10:43
    • S26L06 Displaying Error Message

      3:56
    • S26L07 Making use of JDBC User Service

      15:27
    • S26L08 Fixing the Broken

      9:26
    • S26L09 Adding Remember Me Option

      10:33
    • S26L10 Adding a Logout Link

      11:21
    • S26L11 Working with Roles (Authorities)

      11:46
    • S26L12 Custom Access denied Page

      4:19
    • S26L13 Method Based Security

      4:33
    • S26L14 Encryping Passwords

      12:41
    • S27L01 Spring Security with Annotation

      10:16
    • S27L02 Custom login Page

      7:39
    • S27L03 Displaying Error Message

      5:11
    • S27L04 Spring Security with JDBC User Service

      8:05
    • S27L05 Adding Remember Me Option

      9:32
    • S27L06 Custom Access Denied page

      4:19
    • S27L07 Adding a Logout link

      5:37
    • S27L08 Encryping Passwords

      4:50
    • S28L01 Setting Up Project

      4:39
    • S28L02 Understanding Template

      7:40
    • S28L03 Spring MVC with Apache Tiles 3

      13:09
    • S29L01 Spring MVC with Log4j (Part 1)

      13:20
    • S29L02 Spring MVC with Log4j (Part 2)

      3:52
    • S30L01 Hibernate Overview

      6:49
    • S30L02 Setting up Project

      7:08
    • S30L03 Setting Up Hibernate Configuration File

      5:21
    • S30L04 Session Factory and Session

      2:08
    • S30L05 Adding Entity Class (Part 1)

      6:06
    • S30L06 Adding Entity Class (Part 2)

      2:26
    • S30L07 Hibernate in Action (Part 1)

      5:11
    • S30L08 Hibernate in Action (Part 2)

      5:03
    • S30L09 CRUD Retriving Record from Database

      5:55
    • S30L10 CRUD Updating a Record in Database

      4:42
    • S30L11 CRUD Deleting Record from Database

      6:13
    • S31L01 Listing Records

      8:29
    • S31L02 HQL The Where Clause

      5:09
    • S31L03 Update Records using HQL

      4:41
    • S31L04 Deleting Record using HQL

      4:01
    • S32L01 Setting up Simple Spring Project

      3:29
    • S32L02 Adding Hibernate Jars

      4:52
    • S32L03 Configuring Project setting up MySQL

      3:56
    • S32L04 Walkthrough

      1:29
    • S32L05 Understanding Architecture

      1:44
    • S32L06 Adding the Entity Class

      6:13
    • S32L07 Adding Hibernate Configuration

      14:23
    • S32L08 @Repository and @Service Annotation

      3:45
    • S32L09 @Transactional Annotation

      4:06
    • S32L10 Adding The DAO Layer

      5:40
    • S32L11 Finalizing The Project

      8:04
    • S32L12 Understaing Behind The Scene Working

      4:31
    • S33L01 Service Layer

      2:44
    • S33L02 The Development Process

      1:49
    • S33L03 Adding The Serivce Layer

      5:31
    • S34L01 Mapping Annotation

      2:39
    • S34L02 The Walkthrough

      1:17
    • S34L03 The Development Process

      2:25
    • S34L04 Add Product Functionality (Part 1)

      6:26
    • S34L05 Add Product Functionality (Part 2)

      4:39
    • S34L06 Add Product Functionality (Part 3)

      4:57
    • S35L01 The Walkthrough

      1:46
    • S35L02 The Development Process

      7:30
    • S35L03 Adding Update Product Functionality (Part 1)

      5:47
    • S35L04 Adding Update Product Functionality (Part 2)

      13:40
    • S36L01 The Walkthrough

      1:07
    • S36L02 The Development Process

      2:54
    • S36L03 Adding Delete Product Functionality (Part 1)

      2:52
    • S36L04 Adding Delete Product Functionality (Part 2)

      6:47
    • S37L01 The Walkthrough

      1:32
    • S37L02 The Template

      1:33
    • S37L03 Extracting Header And Footer

      8:19
    • S37L04 Organising Project

      5:43
    • S37L05 Adding Apache Tiles Support

      8:50
    • S38L01 Integrating log4j

      8:29
    • S39L01 Setting Up

      5:02
    • S39L02 Integration Spring Security

      7:57

About This Class

Spring Mastercourse: Covers Annotation & XML Configuration

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A comprehensive beginners course for Java Web Developers using Spring Framework 4, Covers Annotations and XML Config.

What Will I Learn?

  • Develop Web Application using Spring Framework
  • Understand Spring Framework
  • Make use of Hibernate with Spring

Requirements

  • Core Java
  • Basic knowledge of SQL will help (Recommended)
  • Dedication to learning :)

Description

Spring Framework is world's most popular Java framework, there are numerous positions always hungry to hire a Web Developer with Spring Framework skill.

This course is created with a lot of effort and research, Spring Framework is considered to be complex, we tried to create a course which is very easy to understand.

This Course on Spring Framework has covered almost every topic which you require for to get Started with Web Development with Spring Framework.

This Course is based on Spring 4, But we have covered the XML configurations in depth as well in order to give you understanding the older version of Spring. Which we feel is important as many of the enterprise applications still use the older version of Spring Framework.

This Course is a perfect combo for learning Spring XML configuration and Annotations along with all* other required things. 

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