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Spring online training
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Introduction
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About Course And Trainers
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  • We provide sophisticated study material.
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Introduction about spring
  • Spring is the most prevalent application
    improvement structure for big business Java. A
    great many designers around the globe use Spring
    Framework to make high performing, effectively
    testable, reusable code.
  • The center components of the Spring Framework can
    be utilized as a part of adding to any Java
    application, yet there are augmentations for
    building web applications on top of the Java EE
    stage. Spring structure focuses to make J2EE
    advancement less demanding to utilize and advance
    great enabling so as to programmed practice a
    POJO-based programming model.

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Architectural benefits of Spring
  • Spring can effectively organize your middle tier
    objects, whether or not you choose to use EJB.
    Spring takes care of plumbing that would be left
    up to you if you use only Struts or other
    frameworks geared to particular J2EE APIs. And
    while it is perhaps most valuable in the middle
    tier, Spring's configuration management services
    can be used in any architectural layer, in
    whatever runtime environment.

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Architectural benefits of Spring
  • Spring can eliminate the proliferation of
    Singletons seen on many projects. In my
    experience, this is a major problem, reducing
    testability and object orientation.
  • Spring can eliminate the need to use a variety of
    custom properties file formats, by handling
    configuration in a consistent way throughout
    applications and projects. Ever wondered what
    magic property keys or system properties a
    particular class looks for, and had to read the
    Javadoc or even source code? With Spring you
    simply look at the class's JavaBean properties or
    constructor arguments. The use of Inversion of
    Control and Dependency Injection (discussed
    below) helps achieve this simplification.

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Architectural benefits of Spring
  • Spring can facilitate good programming practice
    by reducing the cost of programming to
    interfaces, rather than classes, almost to zero.
  • Spring is designed so that applications built
    with it depend on as few of its APIs as possible.
    Most business objects in Spring applications have
    no dependency on Spring.

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Course description
  •  Introduction to Spring
  • What is Spring?
  • Overview of the Spring Framework
  • Spring Philosophies
  • Spring Documentation
  • Java 5 Language Features
  • A First Look at Spring
  • A Simple Example
  • Wiring Beans
  • Configuring a Properties File
  • Schema-Based Configuration

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Course description
  •  Beans and Containers
  • Spring Containers
  • Spring Configuration File
  • Spring Beans
  • Using the Container
  • The Bean Factory Interface
  • Singleton vs. Prototype
  • Bean Naming
  • Dependency Injection
  • Setter Injection
  • Constructor Injection
  • The Application Context
  • The Application Context Interface
  • Accessing Application Components
  • Accessing Resources
  • Internationalization with Message Source
  • Application Events

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Course description
  • Data Validation and Conversion
  • The Validator Interface
  • The Errors Interface
  • The ValidationUtils Class
  • Validator Example
  • Testing the Validator
  • Property Editors
  • Custom Property Editors
  • Aspect-Oriented Programming
  • Aspect-Oriented Programming
  • AOP Concepts
  • AOP Proxies
  • The AOP Alliance
  • Types of Advice
  • AOP Example
  • Introductions

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Course description
  • Using JDBC with Spring
  • A Simpler Approach
  • Working with the HSQLDB Database
  • The JdbcTemplate Class
  • Exception Translation
  • Updating with the JdbcTemplate
  • Queries using the JdbcTemplate
  • Mapping Results to Java Objects
  • Using Hibernate with Spring
  • What is Hibernate?
  • Hibernate Sessions
  • The Hibernate Template
  • Sample Class and Mapping File
  • Creating and Saving a New Entity
  • Locating an Existing Entity
  • Updating an Existing Entity
  • Hibernate Query Language
  • Executing Queries

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Benefits of spring
  • Works on POJOs. Hence easier for dependency
    injection / injection of test data.
  • With the Dependency Injection(DI) approach,
    dependencies are explicit and evident in
    constructor or JavaBeans properties.
  • Enhances modularity. Provides more readable
    codes.
  • Provides loose coupling between different
    modules.

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Disadvantages of spring
  • Complex One of the major criticisms faced by the
    Spring framework is that it is complex! No so
    clear focus, more than 2400 classes, 49 other
    tools and tons of the other things make it
    complicated for the developers.
  • Longer Learning Curve If youre a newbie
    developer, it would be quite difficult for you to
    learn Spring framework. The main reason behind
    this is a whole host of new programming methods
    and detailing require understanding how to set up
    the Spring XML configuration file.

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