FullStack SpringBoot (2+) - Practical Solutions
What you'll learn
- Embed SMTP server right into your existing SpringBoot application and process incoming emails in your application.
- Create PDF files on-fly with nice formatting, images, barcodes
- Create MS Excel file from scratch or exiting template, use advanced formatting, embedding images, working with multiple sheets
- Manage file upload and download using MongoDB GridFS as a data storage from your SpringBoot applications
- Basic MongoDB usage for storing ad-hoc data
- Java 8+, basic knowledge of web development
Welcome to the ‘FullStack SpringBoot (2+)’ Practical Solutions course. With this course you are going to add a value to your existing JAVA and SpringBoot knowledge by getting familiar with several techniques for solving specifically selected areas of JAVA application development. Each topic involves project configuration section but mostly covers practical solutions being split into several steps.
We will focus on several topics often useful in corporate JAVA development but not exclusively. SpringBoot is being used here as an underlying framework, but solutions presented here are not specific to this platform and can be reused in other frameworks like Apache Wicket, Vaadin, Quarkus etc. Java 8 is used in this course, solutions provided are safe to use even in existing legacy projects.
What you'll learn
how to work with MongoDB as primary data store
include dynamically created MS Office files into your data export features
how to process incoming email traffic coming to your app directly
how to create full featured PDFs on fly using HTML and CSS only
Primary idea of this course is to help existing JAVA developers to adopt certain knowledge in easy way. Solutions presented are being used for several years in production grade applications and libraries used are well known for stability and active development. This will protect the value invested into adopting some libraries or projects.
Topics covered by this course:
creating PDF files dynamically using Thymeleaf, iText
using Apache POI for generating MS Excel compatible files
using MongoDB/GridFS for storing and retrieving file attachments/uploads
implementing SMTP listener running directly in SpringBoot application
Glue-code for all those implementations are SpringBoot 2.x (SpringBoot 1.5x and higher compatible) with its services, controller and Thymeleaf as a template engine.
GitHup Repo link is a part of last lecture resources.
Who is this course for:
FullStack SpringBoot course is targeted for individuals or small/medium teams of professional Java developers that want to be productive and competitive in this large market. techniques presented are easily used for application development of many kinds.
Who this course is for:
- ‘FullStack SpringBoot’ course is targeted for individuals or small/medium teams of professional Java developers that want to be productive and competitive in this large market. Developers are expected having at least basic knowledge of SpringBoot platform.
Hi, my name is David Marko, I live in Czech republic and I'm working as software developer and architect for more than 2 decades now. I've been working with Vaadin, SpringBoot, MongoDB and Elasticsearch mainly since Vaadin version 7 by building customer specific applications with focus on integrity, user friendliness and long time maintenance.
Currently I have following certifications:
- Certified Vaadin 14 Professional
- Certified Vaadin 14 Developer
- Certified Vaadin 8 Professional
- Certified Vaadin 8 Developer
- Vaadin 7 Certified Developer
- SalesForce Developer and Administrator
- Certified MongoDB Developer in JAVA
- Certified MongoDB Administrator
- M320: MongoDB Data Modeling