Spring Framework Certification Training

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Spring Framework Certification Training aims to impart in-depth enlightenment on the Spring Integration Framework so that the candidates would be able to increase the productivity of developers; moreover, Spring Framework Course throws on the Aspect Oriented Programming and the support for unit testing as well.  The candidates would be able to make an effective use of the pache tiles along with the JSF for making user view and learn how to make the spring application secure. They learn how to build the application using Spring MVC as well.

After completing the Spring Framework Certification Training, the candidates would be able to:

  • Develop complete understanding on the Spring Framework Architecture
  • Understand the use of Apache tiles and JSF for making user view
  • Learn to make the use of Log4j as logger as well as writing test cases with JUnit
  • Understand the Data access mechanisms provided by Spring
  • Learn about the Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) and AspectJ
  • Develop an understanding of the writing test cases with JUnit
  • Understand what is integrating Struts2 and JSF with Spring
  • Learn how to create a web application using Spring MVC
  • Learn how to create an application using Maven
  • Learn how to keep the application secure
Target Audience

The individuals willing to become Java Developer and learn Spring Framework.

Prerequisites

The candidates should have the basic knowledge of Java and databases.

1. Introduction to Spring

  • Introduction to Spring Framework
  • Why Spring
  • Java Frameworks
  • Spring Framework architecture
  • Object Coupling Problem
  • Loose coupling and Tight coupling
  • Dependency Injection and its types
  • Bean Life cycle
  • Bean scopes (singleton and prototype)
  • Annie’s Quizzes

2 . Spring Configurations

  • What is Autowiring?
  • Different types of autowiring
  • Implementing autowiring in different ways
  • Spring bean definition inheritance
  • Specifying default values using @value annotation
  • Autowiring bean using @Autowired
  • Resolving bean using @Qualifier
  • Defining a component using @Component
  • Using @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy
  • Automatic Bean discovery in a Spring application
  • Using Spring Expression Language(SpEL)

3. Aspect Oriented Programming and DAO

  • What is Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
  • AOP terminologies
  • Implementing MethodBeforeAdvice
  • Implementing AfterReturningAdvice
  • Implementing MethodInterceptor
  • Implementing ThrowsAdvice
  • What is AspectJ
  • AspectJ provided annotations like @Aspect, @Before etc.
  • Data Access Object (DAO)pattern
  • Using property files

4. Data Access

  • Using Jdbc Template
  • Binding variables in database query
  • Mapping database rows to Java class
  • Jdbc Batch Processing
  • What is Hibernate?
  • Working With Hibernate
  • Integrating Hibernate with Spring
  • Database Transaction
  • Spring support for Database transactions

5. Spring Web

  • Spring MVC Architecture
  • MVC Components
  • Setup Spring MVC Application
  • Writing a Spring MVC application
  • Exception Handling
  • Apache Tiles

6. Integrating Struts 2, JSF with Spring, Spring Web Flow

  • Understand Struts 2 and JSF
  • Integration Spring with Struts
  • Developing a Struts 2 application
  • Integrating JSF with Spring
  • Developing a JSF application
  • Spring Web Flow

7. Spring Security

  • Spring features for Securing applications
  • Implementing Remember me  feature
  • Storing Encrypted Passwords
  • Restricting the number of login attempts
  • Logging with Log4j
  • Writing test cases with JUnit

8. Spring Integration

  • Introduction to messages
  • Channels and Endpoints
  • Receiving Messages
  • Common Endpoints
  • Endpoint API
  • Message Flow components
  • Introduction to Adapters

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