An Introduction to Core Concepts, Features, and Configuration
By Kevin Bowersox
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: June 2016
Run time: 6 hours 32 minutes
Spring Boot offers an innovative approach to creating Spring applications. Using Spring Boot, developers can easily establish Spring projects that capitalize upon various modules under the Spring umbrella. This new tool from Pivotal simplifies the usage of the Spring Framework through auto-configuration.
In this course, veteran software developer Kevin Bowersox teaches Spring Boot from the ground up, helping beginner to intermediate Java developers unlock the true potential of the Spring Framework. Working files are included to allow you to work alongside the author in this project, learning with the same files that he is using in the training.
Learn to create Spring Boot projects with Maven and Gradle
Use JDBC or Spring Data to quickly set up an application that persists data
Leverage caching support with Ehcache
Use Spring Security to construct applications
Set up a Spring MVC project to build a dynamic web application
Run application diagnostics with Spring Boot Actuator
Dive into real projects with hands-on lessons
Kevin Bowersox is a software developer who has built Java web applications professionally for the past eight years. He earned a bachelors degree in Information Sciences and Technology, and advanced his coding skills through the study of algorithms, object oriented design principles and design patterns. He is the author of many O'Reilly videos such as Learning Apache Maven and Spring MVC for Java Developers.