Quickly master the massive Spring ecosystem with this focused, hands-on guide that teaches you exactly what you need to know.
In Spring Start Here, you will learn how to:
Build web applications with Spring Manage application objects with Spring context Implement data persistence using data sources and transactions Implement data exchange between applications using REST services Utilize Spring Boot's convention-over-configuration approach Write unit and integration tests for apps implemented with Spring Minimize work when building any kind of app Persisting data in a Spring application using the latest approach
Spring Start Here introduces you to Java development with Spring by concentrating on the core concepts you'll use in every application you build. You'll learn how to refactor an existing application to Spring, how to use Spring tools to make SQL database requests and REST calls, and how to secure your projects with Spring Security. There's always more to learn, and this book will make your next steps much easier.
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About the technology For Java developers, Spring is the must-learn framework. This incredible development tool powers everything from small business ecommerce applications to enterprise-scale microservices. Mastering Spring is a long journey. Taking your first step is easy! Start here.
About the book Spring Start Here teaches Java developers how to build applications using Spring framework. Informative graphics, relevant examples, and author Laurentiu Spilca's clear and lively writing make it easy to pick up the skills you need. You'll discover how to plan, write, and test applications. And by concentrating on the most important features, this no-nonsense book gives you a firm foundation for exploring Spring's rich ecosystem.
Build web applications with Spring Minimize repetition and manual work Persisting data in a Spring application HTTP and REST-based web services Testing your Spring implementations
About the reader For readers with beginning to intermediate Java skills.
About the author Lauren?iu Spilca is a skilled Java and Spring developer and an experienced technology instructor.
Table of Contents PART 1 FUNDAMENTALS 1 Spring in the real world 2 The Spring context: Defining beans 3 The Spring context: Wiring beans 4 The Spring context: Using abstractions 5 The Spring context: Bean scopes and life cycle 6 Using aspects with Spring AOP PART 2 IMPLEMENTATION 7 Understanding Spring Boot and Spring MVC 8 Implementing web apps with Spring Boot and Spring MVC 9 Using the Spring web scopes 10 Implementing REST services 11 Consuming REST endpoints 12 Using data sources in Spring apps 13 Using transactions in Spring apps 14 Implementing data persistence with Spring Data 15 Testing your Spring app