Learn Spring Core Framework the Easy Way!
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Enter the World of Spring Framework With Spring Core. Your starting point for Spring Framework!

What you'll learn

Dependency Injection
Inversion of control Container
Autowiring
Singleton Beans
Prototype Beans
Aspect Oriented Programming
Property Editors
Factory Beans
Aware Interfaces
Bean life cycle
Many More Core Concepts

Requirements

Basics of Java and how to run Java Programs using any IDE like Eclipse, Netbeans..

Description

Are you a professional, Willing to enter Spring Framework World?

Is your employer asking for 'Spring Framework' as a skill? But you don't have it?

Do you wish, that there is a beginner friendly Spring Framework Tutorial?

Or do you just want to get started with Spring Framework?

Well, you are in the right place. Welcome to this course on 'Spring Core Framework '!

Spring Core is the starting point for learning spring framework, and having a solid understanding on the core concepts of spring would not only ease your journey to learn other modules/projects of spring, but also to clear interviews.

This course will cover all the required & essential spring core concepts in great detail along with examples.

Spring is lightweight, extensible, robust framework (or rather framework of frameworks!) for creating enterprise applications that are easy to maintain.

Spring Core' is the core module that comes with an embedded servlet container (IOC Container) and would enable the core functionalities of spring. You can think of Spring Core as the core engine on which other modules would run.

This course is taught in beginner friendly way and the only expectation from you, is that you know Java.

I've been dealing with Spring Projects since 2012 and been teaching since 2015. I've also taught/mentored many individuals worldwide and helped them reach their goals.

Highlights of this course on 'Spring Core Framework'

You will learn all the essential concepts of Spring Core

You will comfortably answer Spring Core related interview questions

Great emphasis was given to curriculum. Inspired from Popular books and online courses + My own experience in dealing with Enterprise Spring Projects.

Course is made in beginner friendly way

Planning for Spring Certification from Pivotal? Well, this course is for you!

Give you enough knowledge to comfortably learn any other Spring Technology with ease

Over 18 Sections + Free future updates forever!

Downloadable files

30-Day Refund policy

Why should you learn Spring Core Framework?

Entering in to Spring World? Learn 'Spring Core'!

Most of the interview questions on Spring Framework belong to Spring Core Module

Learning about Spring Core is an absolute must for Professionals to start working on enterprise Web & Mobile Spring Apps

Understanding on Spring Core Framework will let you easily excel in Advanced Spring concepts

What will you learn in this course?

This course on Spring Core will cover all the core and essential concepts. See the complete content below..

Section 1:

Introduction to Spring Core

Section 2:

Setting up the Environment

Section 3:

Dependency Injection in Spring

Understanding Tight Coupling

Understanding Dependency Injection

Dependency Injection in Spring Core

Section 4:

IOC Container (Inversion of Control Container)

Spring Java Config

Multiple Configs

Bean Factory

Section 5:

Constructor and Setter Injection

Theory

CI Example

A Friendly Note !

Noteworthy Points

Setter Injection

Ambiguity Problem

Section 6:

Spring Bean Life Cycle

Bean Life cycle Theory

Init & Destroy Example

Init Destroy From Config

Bean Post Processor

Spring Bean Wiring

Section 7:

Aware Interfaces

Aware Interfaces Theory

Bean Name Aware

Resource Loader Aware

Application Context Aware

Other Aware Interfaces

Section 8:

Singleton

Understanding Singleton Design Pattern

Singleton Design Pattern Continued

Lazy And Eager Loading

Singleton In Spring

Spring Lazy And Eager Loading

Singleton In Spring vs Singleton Pattern

Section 9:

Prototype Scoped Beans

Prototype Scope

Prototype Bean Life cycle

Destroy Method

Noteworthy Points

Method Injection

Section 10:

Spring Autowiring

SI Autowiring

Autowire Annotation

Constructor Autowiring

Include/Exclude Beans

Circular Dependency

Pros And Cons

Section 11:

Property Editors

Default Property Editors

Custom Editors

Custom Editors Continued

Using Registrar

Section 12:

Profiles

JVM Param

Single Config File

Profiles In XML

Section 13:

Factory Beans

Factory Methods

Section 14:

Aspect Oriented Programming

Cross Cutting Concerns

AOP Theory

AOP With Spring

Section 15:

AspectJ

Aspectj Vs Spring AOP

Aspectj Theory

AOP With Aspectj

Section 16:

AOP Concepts

Advices

Order of Aspect

Attributes

Section 17:

Pointcut Expression Language

Pointcut Expression

Designators

Section 18:

Events in Spring

What are Events

Observer Design Pattern

Events in Spring

Builtin Events in Spring

Custom Events

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"Liking the course so for. Very good explanation of each concepts, explaining the fundamentals on each topic, all the way till what happens in memory in each, explaining the "Why's" in the beginning of topic (which is very important to me, otherwise one would be just memorizing). I liked the author's approach to start with explaining methods and then expanding it to classes, objects and others. This course is good value for the money."

Knowledge Notes!

What is Cpring Core?

Spring core is the core module that is built on key spring principles like Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control (Discussed in the course!).

All there rest of the spring Modules/Projects relay on Spring Core Module.

What is dependency injection?

Before spring, all the software components used to be tightly coupled with each other where making changes in one component would require other component to be altered.

With spring, developers will not define the dependencies themselves, instead they'd ask the Spring Container to inject he required dependency right when the application is booted. Objects define their associations (dependencies) and do not worry about how they will get those dependencies. It is the responsibility of Spring container to provide the required dependencies.

In other words, instance creation is taken care by the container and would be injected in components that ask for it. There by promoting a loosely couple architecture, where one component will not be impacted due to the changes in other dependent component.

What is Inversion of Control (IOC)?

In simple terms, Inversion of Control (IOC) means, that the responsibility of creating the instance is given the underlying container.

Dependency injection is one such pattern to achieve Inversion of Control. However, there are many more approaches to achieve IOC (Ex: Service locator pattern, Strategy Design Pattern, etc)

What is Application Context in Spring?

Application context is responsible for instantiating the beans, configure and wire them together depending on their dependencies. How how does the AppliationContext know of what beans to configure and how they are dependent on other objects? It will take at the config file where we define all the beans.

Traditionally we use XML as the config to define our beans, but it comes with a lot of drawbacks. For example, there is no syntax highlighting making it difficult to manage for large projects.

A better approach is the more recent Java config which is much more convenient and provides a lot of flexibility in terms of configuring beans.

Even modern, we don't have to even define our beans. We can ask Spring to scan the objects for us. But how does spring know which components to scan and create instances? Well, it will just simply create an instance of all the beans that are annotated with any of these annotations

@Component

@Controller

@Repository

@Service

org.springframework.context.ApplicationContext is the interface that defines the contract for Spring Core IOC container.

There are several implementations of ApplicationContext and we need to use the one depending on our needs. For example, if you want to go with good old XML config, ClassPathXmlApplicationContext is the implementation to use.

Who this course is for:

Beginner Java Developers Curious about Spring Framework
Java Developers Who Want to Get Started with Spring Framework

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