Spring Framework Corporate Training Course

Edstellar's instructor-led Spring Framework training course is designed to empower professionals with knowledge of the Spring Framework. It fosters their skills in building robust, scalable, and efficient Java applications. Professionals will learn essential Spring concepts, including dependency injection and aspect-oriented programming.

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Spring Framework Training

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On-site or Online Spring Framework Training - Get the best Spring Framework training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

The Spring Framework is an open-source application and inversion of a control container for the Java platform. The Spring Framework training course covers the core concepts of Spring, a powerful and popular framework for building Java applications. It addresses the necessity of Spring in modern enterprise application development, emphasizing its role in creating robust, scalable, and manageable applications. The training provides an overview of how Spring simplifies Java development and impacts organizational efficiency.

Edstellar's course uniquely offers virtual/onsite Spring Framework training options that cater to diverse learning preferences. It features Spring Framework Instructor-led training, ensuring a comprehensive, hands-on learning experience. The course is known for its customized curriculum to meet specific organizational needs and focuses on practical application, enhancing the real-world skills of professionals.

Spring Framework Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from Edstellar, an industry-recognized Spring Framework training provider. Professionals who complete Spring Framework training will be able to:

  • Utilize Spring Boot to build and deploy applications rapidly
  • Implement best practices in software design and development
  • Create maintainable, scalable, and high-performance Java code
  • Integrate Spring with databases and other technologies seamlessly
  • Collaborate effectively with team members on Spring-based projects
  • Apply aspect-oriented programming (AOP) for cross-cutting concerns
  • Implement dependency injection for better code organization and flexibility
  • Develop Java applications with a deep understanding of the Spring Framework

Key Benefits of the Training

Following are some of the key benefits of Edstellar's onsite / virtual Spring Framework training:

  • Learn cutting-edge techniques in the Spring ecosystem
  • Develop a deeper understanding of advanced Spring concepts
  • Equip teams with best practices for robust Java application development
  • Equips the team with expertise in building robust and scalable Java applications using the Spring Framework
  • Exposes professionals to the best practices in software design and development, resulting in high-quality applications
  • Develops the skills required for effective dependency injection and aspect-oriented programming (AOP) implementation

Spring Framework Training Topics and Outline

Our virtual and on-premise Spring Framework training curriculum is designed by experts according to current industry requirements. This training program provides an interactive learning experience focused on the dynamic demands of the field, making it relevant and practical for every participant.

  1. Motivation behind Spring
    • Challenges in Enterprise Application Development
    • Introduction to the Spring Framework as a Solution
  2. What is Spring
    • The Core Concepts of the Spring Framework
    • Spring Philosophy and Features
  3. The Spring Framework
    • Spring Architecture Overview
    • Spring Modules and Their Purposes
  4. The Spring Core
    • Core Containers and Their Functions
    • Introduction to Spring Boot
  5. Where you can use Spring
    • Scenarios and Industries Benefiting from Spring
  6. Why use Spring
    • Advantages and Benefits of Using Spring
  7. Why not use Spring
    • Limitations and When Not to Use Spring
  1. Spring Beans
    • Understanding Beans in Spring
    • How Beans are Created and Managed
  2. Spring Container
    • Overview of the Spring IoC Container
    • Configuring the Container
  3. A Simple Spring Application
    • Creating a Basic Spring Application
    • Configuring Beans and Dependencies
  4. Spring Context config files
    • XML Configuration for Spring Beans
    • Creating Application Context
  5. Spring test Application
    • Unit Testing with Spring
    • Integration Testing with Spring
  6. What happens in a Spring application?
    • Lifecycle of Spring Beans
    • The Role of the Spring Container
  1. Bean configurations
    • Configuring Beans in Spring
    • XML Configuration and Annotations
  2. Bean Scoping
    • Understanding Bean Scopes in Spring
    • Singleton, Prototype, and Other Scopes
  3. Spring Annotations
    • Annotating Beans and Components
    • Common Spring Annotations
  4. Java Config approach
    • Configuring Beans Using Java Config
    • @Configuration and @Bean Annotations
  5. Lambda approach
    • Configuring Beans Using Lambda Expressions
    • Functional Bean Definitions
  6. Mixing XML and annotations
    • Combining XML and Annotation-Based Configuration
    • Pros and Cons of Mixing Configurations
  1. Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection
    • Understanding IoC and DI Concepts
    • The Role of Dependency Injection in Spring
  2. Spring Dependency Injection
    • Configuring Dependencies in Spring
    • Constructor Injection and Setter Injection
  3. Wiring Beans together using XML
    • Configuring Bean Dependencies in XML
    • Wiring and Injecting Dependencies
  4. Wiring Beans together using Annotations
    • Configuring Bean Dependencies Using Annotations
    • @Autowired and @Qualifier Annotations
  5. Wiring Beans together using a mixture of XML and Annotations
    • Combining XML and Annotation-Based Dependency Injection
    • Mixing Configuration Styles
  1. Wiring Collections
    • Injecting Collections in Spring
    • Lists, Sets, Maps, and Properties
  2. Auto-wiring in XML files
    • Automatic Dependency Resolution in XML
    • @Autowired and Autowire Qualifiers
  3. Compound Names
    • Understanding Compound Names in Spring
    • Qualifiers for Ambiguous Dependencies
  4. Look at Bean Lifecycle
    • Understanding the Lifecycle of a Spring Bean
    • Bean Initialization and Destruction
  5. Explore interface and annotations
    • Using InitializingBean and DisposableBean
    • @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy Annotations
  6. Understand PostProcessors
    • BeanPostProcessor and its Use Cases
    • Custom BeanPostProcessors in Spring
  7. POJO init and destroy methods
    • Initializing and Destroying Beans with POJO Methods
    • @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy Annotations Revisited
  8. Lifecycle interfaces
    • Implementing the InitializingBean and DisposableBean Interfaces
    • The InitializingBean and DisposableBean Interfaces in Detail
  1. Introduce SpEL
    • Introduction to Spring Expression Language (SpEL)
    • SpEL Syntax and Use Cases
  2. How SpEL is used
    • Using SpEL in Spring Applications
    • Evaluating Expressions
  3. Some examples
    • Practical Examples of SpEL
    • Accessing Properties, Lists, and Maps
  4. Spring Validation
    • Overview of Validation in Spring
    • @Valid and BindingResult
  5. Enabled validation
    • Enabling Validation in Spring
    • @EnableWebMvc and Validator Implementation
  6. Constraints available
    • Standard Validation Constraints
    • @NotBlank, @NotNull, @Size, and More
  1. Introduce Property values
    • Introduction to Externalizing Properties in Spring
    • Property Sources and Property Resolvers
  2. Property files
    • Using Property Files in Spring
    • Configuring Properties in an External File
  3. Properties Resolver
    • Property Resolver in Spring
    • Custom Property Resolver
  4. XML configuration
    • Externalizing Properties in XML Configuration
    • context:property-placeholder Element
  5. Java Config configuration
    • Externalizing Properties in Java Config
    • @PropertySource Annotation
  6. Use of @Value
    • Using @Value Annotation to Inject Properties
    • SpEL in @Value
  1. Introduce need for Environments
    • Understanding Environments in Spring
    • Handling Different Environments
  2. Spring Environments
    • Spring's Environment Abstraction
    • Standard Environment Profiles
  3. Spring Profiles
    • Defining and Using Spring Profiles
    • @Profile Annotation
  4. Defined in XML and Java Config
    • Creating Profiles in XML and Java Config
    • Using Profiles with Different Configuration Sources
  5. Setting the active Profile
    • Activating a Specific Profile
    • Multiple Ways to Set the Active Profile
  6. Multiple active Profiles
    • Using Multiple Active Profiles Simultaneously
    • Combining Profiles
  7. Default Profile
    • Defining a Default Profile
    • Fallback Profile Behavior
  1. Factory Classes
    • Using Factory Classes to Create Beans
    • FactoryBean Interface
  2. Static Factory classes
    • Creating Beans with Static Factory Methods
    • @Bean Annotation in Static Factory Methods
  3. Non-Static Factory objects
    • Creating Beans with Non-Static Factory Methods
    • @Bean Annotation in Non-Static Factory Methods
  4. Annotated Factory classes
    • Creating Beans with FactoryBean Implementations
    • Implementing FactoryBean Interface
  1. Introduce Testing with Spring
    • Overview of Testing in Spring
    • Advantages of Testing with Spring
  2. Highlight Test Support in Spring
    • Spring's Testing Support Classes
    • ApplicationContext and TestContext Framework
  3. Support for both JUnit 4.x and JUnit 5.x
    • Compatibility with JUnit 4 and JUnit 5
    • Using JUnit Jupiter in Spring Tests
  4. JUnit 4.x
    • Writing Spring Tests with JUnit 4
    • @RunWith(SpringRunner.class) and @SpringBootTest
  5. Spring and JUnit 4.x
    • Integration between Spring and JUnit 4
    • SpringJUnit4ClassRunner and TestContext
  6. JUnit 5.x
    • Writing Spring Tests with JUnit 5
    • @ExtendWith(SpringExtension.class) and @SpringBootTest
  7. Spring and JUnit 5.x
    • Integration between Spring and JUnit 5
    • SpringExtension and TestContext
  1. Basic idea of message queues
    • Introduction to Message Queues
    • Use Cases for Message Queues
  2. point-to-point
    • Point-to-Point Messaging Model
    • Queue and Message Consumers
  3. publish and subscribe (pub-sub)
    • Publish-Subscribe Messaging Model
    • Topic and Subscribers
  4. ActiveMQ message server
    • Overview of Apache ActiveMQ
    • Setting Up and Configuring ActiveMQ
  5. JMS (Java Message Service)
    • Introduction to Java Message Service (JMS)
    • JMS API and Concepts
  6. Spring JMS Development
    • Developing with Spring JMS
    • Using JmsTemplate for Sending and Receiving Messages
  7. Spring POJO bean as a message consumer
    • Using POJOs as Message Consumers
    • Message-Driven POJOs (MDPs)
  1. What is Remoting
    • Understanding Remote Method Invocation (RMI)
    • Remote Method Invocation in Distributed Systems
  2. Spring Remoting Technologies
    • Spring's Support for Remoting
    • Different Approaches to Remoting
  3. General Model
    • General Model of Spring Remoting
    • Proxy-Based Remoting
  4. Publishing remote bean
    • Exporting a Bean for Remote Access
    • Configuring the Exported Bean
  5. Accessing bean from remote client
    • Accessing a Remote Bean
    • Creating a Remote Client
  6. Challenges of AOP
    • Challenges in Remote Method Invocation
    • Dealing with Network Issues and Failures
  1. Data Access objects
    • Introduction to Data Access Objects (DAOs)
    • Role of DAOs in Data Access
  2. Spring DAO
    • Spring's Support for DAOs
    • Benefits of Using Spring DAO
  3. Spring and JDBC
    • Integrating Spring with JDBC
    • Using Spring's JDBC Support
  4. Spring DAO Exception Hierarchy
    • Exception Handling in Spring DAO
    • Spring's DataAccessException Hierarchy
  5. Spring Template
    • Spring's JdbcTemplate
    • Simplifying Database Access with JdbcTemplate
  6. Spring DAO Templates
    • Different DAO Templates in Spring
    • JdbcTemplate, HibernateTemplate, JpaTemplate
  7. DAO Architecture
    • Architectural Considerations for DAOs
    • Best Practices in DAO Design
  8. Using Spring JDBC Templates
    • Working with Spring's JDBC Templates
    • Implementing Data Access with JdbcTemplate
  9. Using Object Mappers
    • Mapping Data to Objects
    • Custom Object Mappers and Row Mappers
  1. Motivation for Aspect Oriented Programming
    • Understanding the Need for AOP
    • Challenges Addressed by Aspect-Oriented Programming
  2. AOP in general
    • Basics of Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)
    • Key Concepts of AOP
  3. How AOP can be achieved
    • Implementing AOP in Software Development
    • Techniques for Achieving Aspect-Oriented Programming
  4. Spring AOP
    • AOP Support in Spring Framework
    • Spring's Approach to AOP
  5. AOP Terminology
    • Common Terms and Concepts in AOP
    • Key Vocabulary in Aspect-Oriented Programming
  6. Building in AOP interceptors
    • Implementing AOP Interceptors
    • Writing Aspect Classes and Interceptors
  7. Creating your own Aspect
    • Developing Custom Aspects in Spring
    • Implementing Cross-Cutting Concerns
  8. Applying a custom aspect in an application
    • Integrating Custom Aspects into an Application
    • Configuring Aspects in Spring Context
    • AspectJ Support in Spring AOP
  1. Spring Transaction management
    • Overview of Transaction Management in Spring
    • Role of Transactions in Application Development
  2. Declarative Transaction Management
    • Declarative vs. Programmatic Transaction Management
    • Defining Transactions Declaratively
  3. Transaction Managers
    • Understanding Transaction Managers in Spring
    • Configuring Different Transaction Managers
  4. Transaction Propagation
    • Propagation Behavior in Transactions
    • Different Propagation Levels
  5. Isolation levels
    • Isolation Levels in Database Transactions
    • Setting Isolation Levels in Spring
  6. Transaction Management
    • Enabling and Managing Transactions in Spring
    • Transactional Annotations and XML Configuration
  7. Spring configuration
    • Spring's Approach to Transaction Management
    • Configuration Options for Transactions
  8. Programmatically controlling a Transaction
    • Programmatic Transaction Management in Spring
    • Using PlatformTransactionManager Interface and TransactionTemplate
  1. Introduce Spring Web MVC
    • Introduction to the Spring Web MVC Framework
    • Benefits of Using Spring Web MVC
  2. Present flow through MVC
    • Understanding the Flow of Requests in MVC
    • How MVC Pattern Works in Spring
  3. Creating a simple Web MVC application
    • Building a Basic Web MVC Application
    • Setting Up the Project Structure
  4. Defining a Controller
    • Creating Controllers in Spring Web MVC
    • Handling HTTP Requests with Controllers
  5. Handling view resolution
    • Configuring View Resolution in Spring Web MVC
    • Integrating Views with Controllers
  6. Building and Deploying
    • Building and Deploying Spring Web MVC Applications
    • Deployment Options and Considerations
  7. Java Config web applications
    • Configuring Spring Web MVC with Java Configuration
    • Replacing XML Configuration with Java Configuration
  8. WebAppInitializer class
    • Role of WebAppInitializer in Spring Web MVC
    • Configuration Using WebAppInitializer
  9. Spring Java Config class
    • Configuring Spring Web MVC with Java Configuration
    • Defining Beans and Components with Java Config
  1. Web Services
    • Understanding Web Services
    • Principles and Types of Web Services
  2. What is REST
    • Introduction to REST (Representational State Transfer)
    • Key Principles of RESTful Services
  3. Spring REST
    • Building RESTful Services with Spring
    • Implementing RESTful Web APIs in Spring
  4. Building a Spring REST application
    • Developing RESTful Applications in Spring
    • Creating RESTful Endpoints
  5. Module 18: Spring Rest Client
    • Introduce Spring REST Clients
      • Overview of REST Clients in Spring
      • Consuming RESTful Services in Spring
    • Spring REST Template
      • Working with the Spring REST Template
      • Sending Requests and Handling Responses
    • REST client with XML and Java Config
      • Configuring REST Clients in Java Config
      • Consuming RESTful Services with XML and Annotations
  1. Spring Boot Library
    • Introduction to Spring Boot
    • Features and Advantages of Spring Boot
  2. Motivation
    • Reasons and Goals for Using Spring Boot
    • Simplification of Spring Application Development
  3. Key Features inc Auto-configuration, Standalone, Opinionated
    • Understanding Key Features of Spring Boot
    • Auto-Configuration, Standalone, and Opinionated Approach
  4. Maven configuration
    • Configuring Spring Boot with Apache Maven
    • Managing Dependencies in a Maven Project

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