A Tutorial On Web Application Development Using Java Spring And Hibernate Training Course. Hands On Java Spring Hibernate Course

Course Description


This course is a hands-on tutorial on using Java Spring and Hibernate framework for beginners to build web applications. It covers integration of Spring and Hibernate also showing many examples of implementing java spring concepts through examples. We run step by step tutorials to demo concepts like using design patters like factory and teach step by step integration of java spring and hibernate along with using databases like mysql or oracle.

This requires prior knowledge of Core Java and J2EE framework and its capabilities. Participants learn how to use existing pre-built components to build java applications quickly.

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Web Application Development Using Java Spring & Hibernate Framework

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Course Content

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Module 1: Spring Overview
What is Spring
Why use Spring
Spring Philosophy & Architecture (Web & Non-Web Based)
Spring Modules
Module 2: Dependency Injection
Spring Containers (Inversion of Control)
Bean Factory
Application Context
Bean Definitions
Property Injection
Constructor Injection
Module 3: Bean Lifecycle
Bean Creation & Destruction
Bean Post Processors
Property Placeholders & Message Sources
Singletons and Prototype Beans
Inner Beans
Bean Definition (XML Based)
Annotation Based Bean Definition @Component, @Service, @Repository
Module 4: A First Spring Core Application
Understanding the role of Maven in Java Web Application Development
Setup / Configure Spring Tool Suite (STS) for Spring & Hibernate Development
Understanding & Configuring pom.xml to obtain required Spring Dependencies
Creating and using beans.xml
Using the ApplicationContext to fetch the beans
Module 5: Wiring Alternatives
Autowiring by Type
Autowiring by Name
Autowiring by Constructor
Autowiring Collections
Pros and Cons of Autowiring
Autowiring by Annotation @Autowired
Module 6: Spring Expression Language (SpEL)
Evaluating Expessions
Language Constructs
Module 7: Spring MVC Overview
What is MVC?
Java MVC Frameworks
Spring MVC Architecture
A First Srping MVC Application
Module 8: Spring MVC Configuration and Setup/div>
Context Configuration
Context Loaders
View Resolution
Different type of View Resolvers and their uses
Using Multiple View Resolvers in the same application
Module 9: A First Spring Web Application
Understanding & Configuring pom.xml to obtain required Spring Web Dependencies
Understanding the WebContent folder. Placing Front End related (html, jsp, css, javascript) files here
Configuring web.xml for Spring
Creating and using the spring-servlet.xml configuration file for creating Spring beans
Running your application through an application Server
Module 10: Annotation Based Controllers
Request Mapping by Annotation @Controller
Path Variables
Handling Method Parameters
Handling Method Return Types
Command Beans and Working with Forms
BindingResult and Errors
Annotation-Based Handler Mappings
Other Controller Annotations like @RequestMapping, @ResponseBody etc
Module 11: Spring Views
Spring Form Tag Library
Binding Form Data
Externalized Messages
Error Messages <form:error>
Excel View
PDF View
Using mvc tags for serving static content such as CSS and Javascript
Integrating Twitter Bootstrap into your Web Application
Module 12: Validation
Spring Validators
JSR-303 Validation
Annotation Based Validation for Bean Properties
Creating customised Validators
Validating Form Input
Automatic Support with @Valid
Module 13: Hibernate
Spring ORM
Benefits of Using Spring with ORM
Spring @Repository
Spring - Hibernate Architecture
ORM Mapping Overview
Mapping a POJO to a Database
Hibernate Session Factory
Data Access Pattern
DAO Implementation
Working with Hibernate DAOs in Spring
Overview of Persistence Layer and Transactions
Spring Transactions
Managing Spring Transactions
Querying for Objects
Hibernate Query API
Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
HQL Syntax and Usage
Criteria Queries and API
Hibernate Integration with Spring
Spring LocalSessionFactoryBean
Configuring a DataSource & SessionFactory
Annotation Capable Sessions
Module 14: Javamail Integration with Spring
Creating the MailSender bean
Configuring JavaMail properties
Sending an email through the Spring Controller
Module 15: Introduction to Javascript & AJAX
What is AJAX?
A Simple Example
What are the Advantages of the AJAX Approach?
AJAX Technologies
The Basic AJAX API
Handling Ajax Requests with Spring MVC
Module 16: Spring Security
Securing Web Applications with Spring Security 3.0
Spring Security 3.0
Authentication and Authorization
Getting Spring Security from Maven
Spring Security Configuration
Spring Security Settings in Spring Configuration
Basic Web Security Configuration
Customizing Form-based Login
Custom Login Page
Using Database User Authentication
Encoding Passwords
Module 17: Aspect Oriented Programming with AspectJ
Pointcuts and Advice
Advice Parameters and Ordering


Project Details

This mini-project is hands-on experience, that is included in the course fee.
You will be implementing a mini-application on your own, guided by the trainer within this course where you will learn how to:

  • - Modularize your application
  • - Design a database schema for your application
  • - Code & Debug your application
  • - Deploy your application in the application server

Training Methodology & Materials

  1. 100% hands-on Practical Job Oriented Training
  2. Well designed exercises/sessions
  3. Discussion on real life situations / problems faced on the job and their solutions
  4. Indepth Project work with each course to enhance learning and give the participant a feel of difficulty, thus ensuring they apply in realtime everything they have learnt.
  5. Task based teaching methodology where students are given tasks to do in class, as required in the real world.
  6. Assessments at the end of the course help gauge student progress and learning.


Spring is a very advanced java framework and to efficiently learn spring and hibernate, it is compulsory for participants to be very well versed with java as a language and know how to build a simple web application using J2EE framework, including doing things like session management etc. This course then builds on that knowledge and gears up to teach very advanced topics in spring and hibernate ending with building a project; a full fledged web app, using Spring and Hibernate. For those who are out of touch or don't have implementation knowledge in J2EE web application, they can take a bridging course with us first, before proceeding to join this course.

Funding For This Course

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Java Programming
Basics For Beginners
Unix / Linux Basics For Beginners OracleTM Database Basics For Beginners

Audience For This Course

Developers who wish to write WORM (write once run many) hardware independent code, learn java so that their code once written,can run on any hardware / software platform. This is not true for many other higher level langauges like C, C++ or Python.

It is a true object oriented langauge with extremely advanced capabilities making it easy to build and deploy complicated applications for the Web and otherwise.

It is the language of choice on our popular platform of choice Android. People looking to become Android developers need to learn java.

Programmers willing to build Web Applications and / or integrate them with other application platforms need to learn java.

Training Duration

Full-Time : 9.30am to 6.30pm

Part-Time : Weekdays - 10.00am - 1.00pm (or) 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Part-Time : Weekends (Saturday & Sunday) - 10.00am - 1.00pm (or) 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Certificate Of Attendance

Certificate Of Attendance will be awarded to participants completing the course achieving minimum 85% attendance.

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