Spring: Spring MVC

Spring: Spring MVC
Spring: Spring MVC
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 5h 30m | 1.76 GB

Dive deep into Spring MVC, an essential web framework for Java developers who work on enterprise-level projects. Throughout this practical course, instructor Ketkee Aryamane steps through fundamental aspects of this framework, where she explains controllers, models, and views in Spring MVC. She also discusses the benefits of learning Spring MVC; explores exception handling, themes, implementing asynchronous execution flows, and extending your Spring MVC application to serve REST requests; and provides exercises that can help you strengthen your understanding of key concepts. Upon completing this course, you’ll have the knowledge you need to build robust MVC web applications with Spring MVC.

Topics include:

  • Using Spring MVC for web projects
  • Spring MVC controllers
  • Implementing controller flows
  • Validating data in models
  • Localizing error messages
  • Exception handling in Spring MVC
  • Working with view resolvers
  • Using interceptors
  • Defining themes
  • Spring MVC REST controllers
Table of Contents

1 Spring MVC for robust applications
2 What you should know
3 Exercise files and the demo app
4 Why use Spring MVC
5 Features of Spring MVC
6 Spring MVC architecture
7 Create Maven Spring MVC project
8 Add folders and static files
9 Java configuration for Spring MVC
10 Add controllers and test the application
11 Generate Spring MVC project with Spring Boot
12 Add static files and view resolver
13 Add controllers and test the application
14 Basic annotations for controllers
15 Create a controller with request mapping
16 @RequestParam in Controller
17 Add database code
18 Access data from Model
19 @ModelAttribute Add JSP pages
20 @ModelAttribute Access model attributes on JSP
21 @ModelAttribute Add Spring form tag library
22 Test the application
23 Validating data in models
24 Add validations to user bean
25 Spring tags for errors
26 Localizing error messages
27 Binders overview
28 Binders demo
29 Convertors overview
30 Convertors demo
31 DispatcherServlet and special bean types
32 Exception flow handler implementations
33 Custom error page and Login controller
34 Add method for selecting a user
35 Add exception handler in Controller
36 Global exception handler for application
37 Default model attributes using @ControllerAdvice
38 Conventional HTTP request processing
39 Spring MVC async processing under the hood
40 Async configuration
41 Return callable in Controller
42 DeferredResult implementation for async
43 What are view resolvers
44 Using XmlViewResolver
45 Using ResourceBundleViewResolver
46 Chaining view resolvers
47 Chaining view resolvers demo
48 Introduction to interceptors
49 Built-in and custom interceptors
50 Add interceptor class
51 Register interceptors
52 Request and session attributes
53 Save and get SessionAttributes demo
54 Test session flow and implement forwarding
55 End HttpSession
56 Redirecting outside an application
57 Introduction to themes
58 Define themes and theme resolver
59 Define ThemeChangeInterceptor
60 Pick themes on JSPs
61 Introduction to l10n and i18n
62 Automatic locale resolution demo
63 CookieLocaleResolver and interceptor for l10n and i18n
64 RESTful services recap
65 Use @Controller and @ResponseBody
66 Use @RequestController and @ResponseEntity
67 Use @PathVariable and @RequestParam to get request payload
68 Use @RequestBody and @ResponseEntity
69 Use @ExceptionHandler
70 Testing the @ExceptionHandler with the @ResponseEntity
71 MVC vs. REST controllers
72 Next steps