Build An Online Bank With Java, Angular 2, Spring and More
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Build An Online Bank With Java, Angular 2, Spring and More

Comprehensive guide on building online banking system with Frontend, Backend, Database, REST and more using latest Tech
3.8 (788 ratings)
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Created by Le Deng
Last updated 12/2016
English [Auto]
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  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • 2 downloadable resources
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Use Spring Boot to quickly prototype a web app
  • User Thymeleaf as Java template engine
  • Develop domain classes to model the business entities
  • Use Spring Security to build up the security layer for your app
  • Use database as source of credentials for security login
  • Use Spring Data, JPA and Hibernate to build up the persistence layer
  • Use Spring Boot to host REST service resources
  • Use Angular CLI to develop Angular 2 app
  • Develop frontend services to communicate with backend through REST services
  • Use fine-grained security controls to limit access with different roles
Course content
Expand all 45 lectures 06:23:19
+ Source Files
1 lecture 00:05
+ Warm up and Intro
8 lectures 46:48

Intro and Overview of the course

Preview 03:02

What roles is a project team consist of? What are the responsibilities of each role?

Preview 08:04

This lessons describe the general requirement of the bank project we will be developing.

Project Requirement for the Banking System

Overview on the architecture design of the banking project.

Architecture Design

What technologies are involved in the project.

Technology Stack Used in this Course

A quick tour on the project and its function modules.

Preview 07:23
Eclipse Spring Framework Plugin (You can skip this if you know it)
Spring Boot Hello World Example (You can skip this if you know it)
+ User Front - Part 1
7 lectures 01:10:42

Domain models are basic entities that we use to model our system. This is the first part of domain models (POJOs) development

Preview 10:58

Second part of domain model development.

Add Domain Models - Part 2

Starting to add HTML pages using Thymeleaf. Thymeleaf is the official recommended java engine from Spring Framework. Here you will get exposure to some of the commonly used syntax.

Add Html Template for Common Part

Adding controller to the project. A controller takes care of the incoming request and pass it around to the corresponding handling service.

Add Home Controller

Adding the signup module to the project.

Add Signup Component

A persistence layer is needed to save the information into database so that when memory was cleared, the stored data can be retrieved and system status won't be lost.

Add Persistence Layer

Configuration for persistence layer.

Add Hibernate Configuration
+ User Front - Part 2
6 lectures 01:12:06

Services is a general concept, which handles some of the business functions and should be separated from controllers and persistence objects (DAO).

Preview 15:36

Spring Security is a powerful security framework for Java. Most of problems should be able to be addressed by it.

Add Spring Security for Login - Part 1
Add Spring Security for Login - Part 2
Add Spring Security for Login - Part 3
Add Spring Security for Login - Part 4
Add Spring Security for Login - Part 5
+ User Front - Part 3
6 lectures 45:22

Adding the landing page after the user has logged in to the User Front system.

Add User Front Page

Adding the Primary Account page and Savings Account page.

Add Primary Savings Account Page

Adding the deposit functionalities into the system.

Add Deposit

Adding withdraw functionalities into the system.

Add Withdraw

Bind the deposit activity to transaction so that it can be retrieved from transaction history.

Add Deposit Transaction

Bind withdraw activity to transaction so that it can be retrieved in transaction list.

Add Withdraw Transaction
+ User Front - part 4
5 lectures 49:36

Adding transfer function between Primary and Savings Accounts.

Preview 09:51

Adding the add/edit recipient page and functions.

Add and Edit Recipient

Add transfer to someone else functions.

Add Transfer to Someone Else

Adding appointment module so that user can schedule appointment.

Add Appointment

Adding profile page so that user can view and modify his own profile.

Add Profile
+ Admin Portal
10 lectures 01:29:31

Angular CLI is a useful tool for Angular 2 development and this lesson shows how to use it to start an Angular 2 project.

Preview 09:37

Adding the navbar content into the Admin Portal

Add Navbar

Adding the login function in Admin Portal. Spring security is still used and in order for the REST service to work, we need to understand what's happening under the hood.

Add Login - Frontend

Keep developing the login function between Admin Portal and backend.

Add Login - Front and Back

Add the user account page in Admin Portal so that all users will be listed.

Add User Account - Frontend

We need to provide user resources at the backend so that their information can be retrieved via REST service.

Add User Account - Backend Resource

Spring Security provides fine-grained access control so that we can set up role-based access.

Add Role-based Access

Retrieve the transaction list per user from the backend and display in the frontend.

Add Transaction List - Frontend

Display appointment list related to the user and add confirm appointment functionalities.

Add Appointment - Front and Back

How to use Angular CLI to build a Angular 2 app.

Build the App with Angular CLI
+ Thinking Beyond
1 lecture 09:04

Understanding different career path options will help you to define the strategy on your career development.

Java Developer Roadmap
+ Bonus Section
1 lecture 00:04
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  • You should have a basic understanding of Java, Spring Framework, Database, Html/CSS, JavaScript, Angular 2

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Course Overview (Important)

This is a beginner to moderate intermediate level course about developing a Prototype Online Banking System using latest web technologies with Hands-on experience. You will follow my guide to develop the front-end and back-end (full stackfrom scratch

However, there are two points I'd like mention:

1. As this course is NOT an introduction to Java, Spring or Angular 2, it assumes you have the basic knowledge of them. 

2. That being said, a lot of times I'll just copy and paste in the code during the development and you need to pause the video to input them. 

The Banking system consists of two parts: User-Front and Admin-Portal. User-Front is a user-facing system and it includes such modules as User Signup/Login, Account, Transfer, Appointment, Transaction and User Profile. Admin-Portal is mainly used by Admin and it involves User Account and Appointment modules. 

Why This Course?

This covers a lot of functions and features with details. By the time you finish this course, you will expose yourself to much information and hands-on practice on both system level design and detail level development.

What to Expect in this course?

You will develop modules and functions with me along the course. You should have some understanding on front-end and back-end development using Angular 2, Java, Spring Framework. You will need to constantly look back and search online for ideas and concepts that you need to understand so that you don't get lost. Practicing without understanding is just a waste of time.

Technologies Used in this course

A wide range of technologies are involved in this course and project development.

Front-end: Html/CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, Angular 2 and some JS plugins, Thymeleaf and etc

Back-end: Java 8, Spring Boot, Spring Data, Spring Security, Hibernate, MySQL

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is interested in building a web app with latest Java, Spring Framework and Angular technologies