What you'll learn:
- Get a good grasp on Maven
- Get a good grasp on Java Persistence API (JPA) and Hibernate
- Get a good grasp on Vaadin Framework
- Get to know Spring Framework with XML
- Get to know Spring Boot
- Understand microservices (REST and SOAP)
- Understand the HTTP protocol
- Understand the basic microservice operations (GET, POST, PUT, PATCH and DELETE)
When I started software engineering, I always wanted to code without any configurations, version control or build server configurations.Later, I realized that coding is just one part of software engineering: architectural designs, design patterns and the ability to write reusable and looselycoupled software components are much more important parts of programming.
In this course we are going to talk about the basics of professional software engineering such as how to separate the code into multiple modules or how to use a build framework to build the final application for us.
Before developing the final application from scratch - that wire all the included technologies together -we will consider these technologies on a one by one basis.
In the first section we are going to consider Maven, one of the most popular build frameworks out there. The second chapter is about Java Persistence API and database related problems. The third chapter will cover Spring as far as the XML based configuration is concerned, then we will talk about the new way: the so-called Spring Boot. Finally, we are going to implement an application in which we are going to use all the technologies we have discussed.
Section 1 - Installations
setting up the environment
installing Java, Eclipse, Maven and MySQL
Section 2 - Maven
what is Maven
build lifecycles and phases
clean, site and default
Section 3 - Java Persistence API (JPA)
why to use databases?
JDBC and the old way
what is Java Persistence API (JPA)
object relation mapping with JPA
how to deal with inheritance with JPA
how to deal with composition with JPA
basic CRUD operations with EntityManager
Section 4 - Spring Framework
what is inversion of control and dependency injection?
XML based configuration
annotation based configuration
Section 5 - Spring Boot
what is Spring Boot?
annotations in Spring Boot
using Vaadin with Spring Boot
Section 6 - Vaadin
what is the Vaadin framework?
creating UI components easily with Vaadin
layouts and grids
navigation and pages
Section 7 - Wiring all Together (Application from Scratch)
creating a larger application from scratch (student management software)
creating UI components with Vaadin
creating the database structure etc.
deploying and running the application
using Maven to build and run Spring applications
Section 8 - Spring Security
what is Spring Security?
authorization and authentication
login form and signup form
Section 9 - Software Architectural Principles
what is the monolith architecture?
what are web-services?
SOAP and REST web-services
the microservice architecture
Section 10 - Microservices
what are microservices?
GET, POST, PATCHand DELETEmappings
@RequestParam and @PathVariable annotations
customizing the HTTP request and response
Section 11 - Handling JSON(with Jackson)
JSON and Jackson introduction
ignoring properties in the JSONrepresentation
dealing with date and time
Section 12 - Handling MySQLDatabase
how to connect to a MySQLdatabase?
what is JDBCand JPA?
using database related annotations
Section 13 - Validation and Exception Handling
validating beans and catching exceptions
Section 14 - Transactions
what is a transaction?
propagation types of transactions
Section 15 - RestTemplate and API Gateway
what is an APIgateway?
how to use RestTemplate to communicate between web-services?
GET, POST, PATCH and DELETEoperations
Thanks for joining the course, let's get started!