Spring Framework Online Training by Bhawana Bhan


The Spring Framework is a Java platform application framework and container inversion of control. Any Java application may use the core features of the system, but there are extensions to create web applications on top of the Java EE (Enterprise Edition)

It is the center of the Spring Framework. The IoC container collects metadata either from an XML format, from Java annotations or from Java code. The container gets its instructions on which objects to install, configure and assemble from simple Plain Old Java Objects (POJO) by reading the metadata provided for the configuration

Training Outcome
  • Course Complete Certificate

  • One to One Training

  • Knowledge in Core Java / Advance Java


  • 28 Lessons
  • 28:00:00 Hours
  • (a) POJO and POJI Model Programming (b) Introduction to Modules of Spring01:00:00
  • (a) Core Module (b) JDBC/DAO Module (c) WEBMVC Module01:00:00
  • (a) ORM Module (b) AOP Module (c) JEE Module 01:00:00
  • (a) Introduction to IOC (b) Introduction to Spring Container (c) Dependency Injection01:00:00
  • (a) Setter Injection (b) Constructor Injection (c) Injecting Primitive Data types and Collection classes01:00:00
  • (a) Auto wiring (b) Inner beans (c) Alias Names (d) Lazy Initialization01:00:00
  • (a) Bean Inheritance (b) Factory methods Configuration (c) Bean Life Cycle (d) Bean Scopes01:00:00
  • (a) Working with properties files (b) Multiple Configuration files (c) I18N (d) Annotations01:00:00
  • (a) Drawbacks of plain (b) JDBC JDBC Template (c) Named Parameter JDBC Template (d) Simple JDBC Template01:00:00
  • (a) All the methods defined in Templates (b) DAO Support classes (c) Callback interfaces (d) Driver manager Data source01:00:00
  • (a) Examples of database access operations using spring DAO (b) Examples of accessing stored procedures using spring DAO01:00:00
  • (a) Drawbacks of Hibernate (b) Spring with Hibernate without Hibernate Template01:00:00
  • (a) Spring with Hibernate with Hibernate Template (b) Hibernate Template01:00:00
  • (a) Hibernate DAO Support (b) Callback interfaces (c) Spring with JPA and other ORM integration01:00:00
  • (a) Introduction (b) Need of AOP (c) Aspect (d) Join Point (e) Point Cut (f) Advice (g) Target (h) Weaving01:00:00
  • (a) Spring AOP Architecture (b) Before Advice (c) After Returning Advice (d) Throws Advice (e) Around Advice (f) After Advice01:00:00
  • (a) XML based AOP (b) Annotation based AOP (c) Covers Spring 2.0 AOP, @AspectJ Style AOP support01:00:00
  • (a) Introduction (b) Spring MVC Resources (c) Commands or Models (d) Dispatcher Servlet01:00:00
  • (a) Controller Classes (b) Spring MVC flow (c) Steps to develop the Spring MVC Application01:00:00
  • (a) Hadler Mappings (b) Bean Name Url Handler Mapping (c) Validations01:00:00
  • (a) View Resolver (b) Xml View Resolver (c) Resource Bundle View Resolver 01:00:00
  • Spring Testing : 101:00:00
  • Spring Testing : 201:00:00
  • Authentication vs Authorization01:00:00
  • Implementing in-memory and JDBC authentication01:00:00
  • (a) Form-based authentication (b) Building login and logout pages01:00:00
  • Configuring LDAP Authentication01:00:00
  • (a) Leveraging OAuth 2 (b) WebFlux basic security01:00:00

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