Introduction to JPA and Hibernate using Spring Boot Data Jpa
Complete journey starting from JDBC to JPA to Spring Data JPA using an example with Spring Boot Data Jpa starter project. We use Hibernate as the JPA Implementation.
Spring Boot vs Spring MVC vs Spring - How do they compare?
How does Spring Boot compare with Spring MVC and Spring? What is Spring Boot? What is Spring MVC? What is Spring Framework? What are their goals? How do they compare?
Creating a Web Application with Spring Boot with JSP
Setting up a basic web application with Spring Boot is a cake walk. We will create a simple web application using Spring Initializr and add JSP features to it.
Secure Rest Services and Web Applications with Spring Boot Security Starter
Spring Boot Starter Security is the recommended starter for enabling security on web application - including REST services.
Creating a REST Service with Spring Boot
Setting up a basic example REST Service with Spring Boot. Its a cake walk.
Introduction to Spring Boot Starter Parent
Key goal of Spring Boot is to enable a quick start to developing production ready applications. Spring Boot Starter Parent plays a key role in managing dependency versions and having the right plug-ins configured.
Initializing Projects with Spring Boot Starters - Web and JPA
Key goal of Spring Boot is to enable a quick start to developing production ready applications. Most important components behind the features of Spring Boot are the Spring Boot Starter Projects.
Writing Integration Tests for Rest Services with Spring Boot
Setting up a basic REST Service with Spring Boot is a cake walk. We will go one step further and add great integration tests!
What is Spring Boot Auto Configuration?
Auto Configuration is the most important feature in Spring Boot. In this tutorial, we will learn important concepts about Auto Configuration with a couple of examples.
Unit Testing Rest Services with Spring Boot and JUnit
Setting up a Basic REST Service with Spring Boot is a cake walk. We will go one step further and add great unit tests to our RESTful Service!