Learn the fundamental architecture of n-tiered web applications while developing a library-like application with Java, Spring Boot and Hibernate.
This course is aimed at students who have previous experience programming in Java and want to be able to create scalable and dynamic web applications in Java, using Spring Boot and Hibernate. The course is an introduction to web applications and web development, using Spring Boot and Hibernate frameworks, so no prior knowledge of web applications or development frameworks is necessary, although a basic familiarity of HTML, SQL and relational databases is helpful. This is an evening short course taught over five two-hour evening classes spread across five weeks.
The Building Java web applications with Spring Boot and Hibernate course is ideal for current short courses students that have taken Java part 1 and Java part 2 and want to be able to create web apps, or BSc/MSc students and junior professionals that have experience in Java, but have never built web applications before, especially using Spring Boot.
The Building Java web applications with Spring Boot and Hibernate course provides an introduction to Spring Boot and Hibernate frameworks enabling developers to implement scalable and dynamic web applications for real-world, commercial scenarios.
During the course, students will develop a simple web application that simulates member operations of a fictional online library. Step by step instructions will be given to create a fully-featured application, implementing the CRUD – (C)reate, (R)ead, (U)pdate and (D)elete – behaviours typical of any modern web application. Theory will complement current best practices where required, providing breadth-first knowledge of current industry practices building web applications and theoretical background to explain processes and development.
During the course students will use the following software:
Working knowledge of Java and sound understanding of object-oriented principles. If you have recently learned how to program following the Java 1: Object-Oriented Programming with Java, Part 1 route should take the Java 2 course before enrolling on this course.
More experienced programmers can skip the Java 2 course, but might benefit from taking the two courses in conjunction.
Some knowledge of SQL and relational databases is also helpful.
Informal assessment will take place through group discussion, class room activities, and questions and answers sessions as guided by your tutor.