Become a Full Stack Java Developer. Build Your First Java Full Stack Application with Angular and Spring Boot.
What you'll learn:
- You will Develop Your First FULL STACK Application with Angular and Spring Boot
- You will learn the Basics of Building AWESOME Frontend Applications with Angular
- You will be introduced to Building Great RESTful APIs with Spring Boot
- You will Learn to use Spring Security to configure Basic Authentication and JWT
- You will learn to Solve the Challenges of Connecting an Angular Frontend to a RESTful API
- You will learn the basics of Angular - Angular Modules, Components, Data Binding and Routing
- You will learn to connect REST API to JPA/Hibernate with Spring Boot
- You will understand the best practices in designing RESTful web services
- You will learn to use a wide variety of Spring Boot Starter Projects - Spring Boot Web, and Spring Boot Data JPA
- You will learn the magic of Spring Boot - Auto Configuration, Spring Initializr and Starter Projects
- You will develop a Todo Management Full Stack Application step by step with login and logout functionalities
- You will understand how to make best use of Spring Boot Actuator and Spring Boot Developer Tools
- You will learn to secure RESTful API with Spring Boot and Spring Security
Welcome to this Amazing Course on Full Stack Web Development with Angular and Spring Boot. This course is designed to be a Perfect First Step as an Introduction to Angular and Full Stack Development for Java & Spring Developers.
5 STARS - This is the perfect course for Java developers to use to get familiar with Angular and do it beyond just an elementary kind of familiarity. Very good job, instructor. Thank you!
5 STARS - Yes the Journey was Amazing, the Tutor is Awesome. Not a single doubt & error i faced while following Step-by-Step videos. I would suggest this course to all those who really want to Learn Spring Boot + Angular. The Explanation was clear and systematic. I would like to thank Mr. Rangakaran as he is the best Tutor... :)
5 STARS - Wonderful course with practical content taught in a very intuitive way; building from lesson to lesson. As a web application developer with some experience in both Spring Boot and Angular, this course was perfect when providing a clear way use both technologies together. I really appreciate this instructor, and look forward to more courses.
5 STARS - Video explanations clear and easy to follow. Recommended!
5 STARS - Very good course. The instructor is very knowledgeable about the material and walks you through it in a clear way. Good start to learning about Full Stack development.
5 STARS - Awesome explanation, great course specially for Java developer who wants to groom herself/himself to full stack java development using Spring boot and Angular.
Developing your first full stack web application with Angular and Spring Boot is fun.
In this course, you will learn the basics of full stack web development developing a Basic Todo Management Application using Angular, Spring Boot, and Spring Security Frameworks. You will build the Todo Management Application step by step - in more than 100 steps.
You will be using Angular (Frontend Framework), TypeScript Basics, Angular CLI(To create Angular projects), Spring Boot (REST API Framework), Spring (Dependency Management), Spring Security (Authentication and Authorization - Basic and JWT), BootStrap (Styling Pages), Maven (dependencies management), Node (npm), Visual Studio Code (TypeScript IDE), Eclipse (Java IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server.
We will help you set up each one of these.
Angular is a complete front end framework with a wide range of features. Spring Boot is an awesome framework to build RESTful API and Microservices. Let's combine these frameworks and create an awesome full stack web application.
Step01 - Understanding Full Stack Application Architecture
Step03 - Installing Angular CLI - Awesome Tool to create Angular Projects
Step04 - Creating and Launching Angular Application with Angular CLI
Step05 - Importing Angular App into Visual Studio Code
Step06 - Exploring Angular CLI Commands - test, lint, e2e, serve, build
Step07 - Exploring Angular CLI Project Structure
Getting Hands on With Angular
Step08 - Introduction to Angular Components - Basics
Step09 - Introduction to Angular Components - Playing with AppComponent
Step10 - Generating Welcome Component with ng generate
Step12 - Generating and Setting up Login Component
Step13 - Understanding Event Binding - Adding click event on Login Page
Step14 - Using ngModel with 2 Way Data Binding in Login Page
Step15 - Quick Review of Data Binding Approaches
Step16 - Adding Hardcoded Authentication to Logic Component - ngIf directive
Step17 - Implementing Routes for Login, Welcome and Error Components
Step18 - Implementing Routing from Login to Welcome Component
Step19 - Adding Route Parameter for Welcome Component
Step20 - Create List Todos Component with ng generate
Step21 - Create a Link to Todos in Welcome Component
Step22 - Best Practice - Create a Todo Class
Step23 - Quick Introduction to Angular Modules
Step24 - Understanding Bootstrapping of Angular App with Root Module and Component
Step25 - Quick Review - Angular Modules and Components
Step26 - Overview of Next Few Steps - Bootstrap, Menu, Footer and Refactoring
Step27 - Adding Bootstrap Framework and Creating Components for Menu and Footer
Step28 - Using Bootstrap to Create a Menu with Navigation Links
Step29 - Styling Footer and Other Components with CSS and Bootstrap
Step30 - Good Practice - Use RouterLink instead of href for Routes
Step31 - Creating an Independent Authentication Service Component
Step32 - Using Session Storage to Store User Authentication Token
Step33 - Enabling Menu Links Based on User Authentication Token
Step34 - Implementing Logout to remove User Authentication Token
Step35 - Securing Components using Route Guards - Part 1
Step36 - Securing Components using Route Guards - Part 2
Step37 - Quick Review - Authentication Service, Dependency Injection and Route Guards
Introduction to Web Services and REST
Step41 - What is a Web Service?
Step42 - Important How Questions related to Web Services
Step43 - Web Services - Key Terminology
Step44 - Introduction to RESTful Web Services
Getting Up and Running with REST and Spring Boot
Step45 - Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot
Step46 - Creating a Hello World Service
Step47 - Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean
Step48 - Quick Review of Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet - What's happening in the background?
Step49 - Enhancing the Hello World Service with a Path Variable
Connecting Angular Frontend to Spring Boot Restful Services
Step50 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 1 - Creating Data Service
Step51 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 2 - HttpClientModule and HttpClient
Step52 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 3 - Understanding Observable
Step53 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 4 - Understanding Subscribe
Step54 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Restful API - 5 - Handling Error Responses
Step55 - Calling Welcome HTTP Service with Path Variables
Step56 - Designing RESTful Services for Todo Resource
Step57 - Creating REST API for retrieving Todo List
Step58 - Connecting Angular Frontend with Todo List RESTful Service
Step59 - Creating REST API to delete a Todo - DELETE Request Method
Step60 - Adding Delete Todo Feature to Angular Frontend
Step61 - Creating Todo Component and Handle Routing
Step62 - Designing Todo Page with Bootstrap Framework
Step63 - Creating Retrieve Tod0 Service and Connect Angular Frontend
Step64 - Improve Todo Page Appearance
Step65 - Creating REST API for Updating Todo - PUT Request Method
Step66 - Creating REST API for Creating a Todo - POST Request Method
Step67 - Implementing Update Todo Feature in Angular Frontend
Step68 - Implementing New Todo Feature in Angular Frontend
Step69 - Improving Todo Form - Validation and Form Submit on Enter - ngSubmit
Step70 - Enhancing Validation Messages on Todo Page
Implementing Spring Security with Basic Authentication
Step71 - Overview of Security with Basic Auth and JWT
Step72 - Setting up Spring Security
Step73 - Configure standard userid and password
Step74 - Enhancing Angular Welcome Data Service to use Basic Auth
Step75 - Configure Spring Security to disable CSRF and enable OPTION Requests
Step76 - Creating Angular HttpInterceptor to add Basic Auth Header
Step77 - Configure HttpInterceptor as Provider in App Module
Step78 - Create Basic Authentication RESTful Service in Spring Boot
Step79 - Create Angular Basic Authentication Service
Step80 - Connect Login Page to Basic Authentication Service - Part 1
Step81 - Connect Login Page to Basic Authentication Service - Part 2
Step82 - Refactoring Angular Basic Authentication Service
Step83 - Refactoring HttpInterceptor to use Basic Authentication Token
Step84 - Best Practice - Use Constants for URLs and Tokens
Connecting Spring Security with JWT
Step85 - Introduction to JWT
Step86 - Importing JWT Framework into Eclipse
Step87 - Quick Tip - Resolving JWT Compilation Errors
Step88 - Executing JWT Resources - Get Token and Refresh Token
Step89 - Understanding JWT Spring Security Framework Setup
Step90 - Creating a New User with Encoded Password
Step91 - Using JWT Token in Angular Frontend
Connecting REST API With JPA and Hibernate
Step92 - Setting up Todo Entity and Populating Data
Step93 - Connecting GET REST APIs to JPA Repository
Step94 - Connecting POST, PUT and DELETE REST APIs to JPA Repository
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