Spring Framework 3.x New Features

Course:  SPR3NEW
Duration:  3 Days
Level:  II
Course Summary

This course will help experienced Spring Framework developers understand the latest features and best practices in Spring Framework 3.x. Students will learn how to leverage new functionality and discover what has been add, replaced, and deprecated. This class is not an introductory class and should only be taken by experienced developers.

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Topics Covered In This Course

Introduction

  • Review of the development environment
  • Deep dive into a fully integrated application

Spring 3.0 Annotations and Configuration

  • Component Scanning Annotations and Stereotypes
    • Component
    • Service
    • Repository
    • Controller
    • Scope
    • Qualifier
  • Spring Dependency Injection Annotations
    • Resource
    • Autowired
    • ConstructorProperties
    • Required
    • Qualifier
  • JSR-250 Annotations and Lifecycle
    • Resource
    • PostConstruct
    • PreDestroy
  • JSR-330 Dependency Injection Annotations
    • Inject
    • Named
    • Qualifier
    • Provider
    • Scope
    • Singleton
  • Spring's JavaConfig Annotations
    • Configuration
    • Bean
    • DependsOn
    • Primary
    • Lazy
    • Import
    • ImportResource
    • Value

Spring 3.0 MVC

  • Spring MVC Controllers
    • Controller
    • RequestMapping
    • ModelAttribute Redirects
  • Restful URL Mapping
  • Object/XML Mappers
  • Exception Mappers
  • Validation and JSR-303
  • JSON Bindings

Spring JDBC Templates

  • JdbcDao
  • JdbcTemplate
    • jdbcTemplate.queryForInt()
    • jdbcTemplate.queryForList()
    • jdbcTemplate.update()
    • jdbcTemplate.query()
    • jdbcTemplate.execute() w/ Callbacks
    • simpleJdbcInsert.executeAndReturnKey()
  • NamedParameterJdbcTemplate
  • PreparedStatementCallback
  • RowMapper
  • RowCallback Topics Expressly
What You Can Expect

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand differences between Spring 3 and previous versions
  • Detail the differences between Spring 2.0 and 3.0
  • Use Bean configurations through annotations
  • Use Spring MVC annotations support
  • Use the REST template for outgoing RESTful services
  • Use Spring 3 support for REST services
  • Use JMS template Rest support
Who Should Take This Course

This course is designed for experienced Spring Framework and Java developers.

Recommended Prerequisites

One or more years experience with Spring and Java is required.

Training Style

Instructor led with 50% lecture and 50% lab.

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