Spring and Hibernate for Beginners: Learn Step-By-Step

Spring: Covers new versions of Spring 4 and Hibernate 5 - Build a Spring-Hibernate CRUD app!
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  • Length 13 hours
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About This Course

Published 5/2016 English

Course Description

The ONLY course that covers the NEW VERSIONS of Spring 4.3 and Hibernate 5.2!

Build a complete Spring-Hibernate CRUD app ... all from scratch!

New Course for 2016 ... last updated November 2016.

Join 11,000+ students that are already enrolled!

Over 1,000+ ... FIVE STAR Reviews! #toprated

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Sample of the reviews:

This is the best tutorial I've seen so far for Spring/Hibernate, each step is well explained and the tutorial videos are made to a high standard. I highly recommend this course! - Rob

Hats off to you Chad, the best Spring fundamentals course I have done on Udemy thus far. You never disappoint. - Morebodi Modise

Chad is an excellent natural teacher. His course is well organized. He makes difficult concepts very easy to understand. - Julie Hodgson

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Live Coding - Watch me code all of the projects from scratch

All source code is available for download

PDFs of all lectures are available for download (updated November 2016!)

Responsive Instructor - All questions answered within 24 hours

Professional video and audio recordings (check the free previews)

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What Is Spring?

Spring is an enterprise Java framework. It was designed to simplify Java EE development and make developers more productive. Spring makes use of Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection to promote good software coding practices and speed up development time.


What Is Hibernate?

Hibernate is an Object-to-Relational-Mapping (ORM) framework. It simplifies database access for Java applications. By using the framework, you can easily store and retrieve Java objects by setting up some simple configuration mappings.


Benefits of Taking This Spring and Hibernate Course

Knowing Spring and Hibernate can get you a job or improve the one you have. It's a skill that will put you more in demand in the enterprise Java industry, and make your software life easier, that's why it's so popular. 

Nearly every job posting asks for skills in Spring and Hibernate!

This course will help you quickly get up to speed with Spring and Hibernate. I will demystify the technology and help you understand the essential concepts to build a real Spring and Hibernate application from scratch.


You Will Learn How To

  • Build a complete Spring MVC and Hibernate CRUD Project ... all from scratch
  • Set up your Spring and Hibernate development environment with Tomcat and Eclipse
  • Wire beans together in the Spring container using Inversion of Control
  • Configure the Spring container for Dependency Injection
  • Apply Bean Scopes for Singletons and Prototypes
  • Customize Bean Lifecycle with your own Init and Destroy methods
  • Perform object/relational mapping with Hibernate
  • Leverage the Hibernate API to develop CRUD apps
  • Apply Java annotations for Hibernate mappings
  • Develop queries using the Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
  • Integrate Spring MVC and Hibernate together in a Single Application Project

Compared to other Spring/Hibernate courses

This course includes content that was updated in November 2016. This course is fully up to date and covers the latest Spring 4 and Hibernate 5. Also, all code examples make use of the latest Java 8 version.

Beware of other Udemy Spring/Hibernate courses. Most of them are outdated and use old versions of Spring and Hibernate. Don’t waste your time or money on learning outdated technology.

I am a very responsive instructor and I am available to answer your questions and help you work through any problems.

Finally, all source code is provided with the course along with setup instructions.


Student Reviews Prove This Course's Worth

Those who have reviewed the course have pointed out that the instruction is clear and easy to follow, as well as thorough and highly informative. Other students enjoy the use of relevant examples throughout the course, as these make the content even easier to comprehend.

Many students had also taken other Spring and Hibernate courses in the past, only to find that this Spring and Hibernate course was their favorite. They enjoyed the structure of the content and the high quality audio/video.

Sample of the Student Reviews:

This is the best tutorial I've seen so far for Spring/Hibernate, each step is well explained and the tutorial videos are made to a high standard. I highly recommend this course! - Rob

Hats off to you Chad, the best Spring fundamentals course I have done on Udemy thus far. You never disappoint. - Morebodi Modise

Chad is an excellent natural teacher. His course is well organized. He makes difficult concepts very easy to understand. - Julie Hodgson


Quality Material

You will receive a quality course, with solid technical material and excellent audio and video production. This is my fifth course at Udemy.

My first four courses on Udemy were:

  • Eclipse IDE for Beginners
  • Java Database Connection (JDBC)
  • JavaServer Faces (JSF) for Beginners
  • JSP and Servlets for Beginners


These courses have received rave 5 star reviews and over 60,000 students have taken the courses. Also, these courses are the most popular courses in their respective categories.

I also have an active YouTube channel where I post regular videos. In the past year, I’ve created over 300 video tutorials (public and private). My YouTube channel has over 1.5 million views. So I understand what works and what doesn’t work for creating video tutorials.


No Risk – Money-Back Guarantee

Finally, there is no risk. You can preview 25% of the course for free. Once you purchase the course, if for some reason you are not happy with the course, Udemy offers a 30-day money back guarantee.

So you have nothing to lose, sign up for this course and learn how to build Spring and Hibernate applications from scratch!


Target Audience

Java Developers with basic Java experience

What are the requirements?

  • Basic Java knowledge is required
  • Basic HTML knowledge is helpful

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Set up your Spring and Hibernate development environment with Tomcat and Eclipse
  • Wire beans together in the Spring container using Inversion of Control
  • Configure the Spring container for Dependency Injection
  • Apply Bean Scopes for Singletons and Prototypes
  • Customize Bean Lifecycle with your own Init and Destroy methods
  • Perform object/relational mapping with Hibernate
  • Leverage the Hibernate API to develop CRUD apps (Create, Read, Update and Delete)
  • Apply Java annotations for Hibernate mappings
  • Develop queries using the Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
  • Develop a Web App using Spring MVC
  • Integrate Spring MVC and Hibernate in a Single Application
  • Apply Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to Spring MVC App

What is the target audience?

  • The course is appropriate for all Java developers: beginners to advanced

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Course Introduction
Introduction
Preview
02:20
Practice Activities - Overview
01:05
How To Take This Course - Type the Code with Me!
Article
How To Get Help
Article
Downloading the Source Code
Article
Download PDFs of All Lectures
Article
Section 2: Spring Overview
Why Spring? - part 1
Preview
05:57
Why Spring? - part 2
Preview
05:23
Spring Core Framework - Part 1
Preview
04:33
Spring Core Framework - Part 2
Preview
03:21
Spring Platform
Preview
02:59
Section 3: Setting Up Your Development Environment
Dev Environment Overview
Preview
01:36
ONLY INSTALL TOMCAT 8.0.x
Preview
Article
Installing Tomcat
Preview
05:06
Installing Eclipse
Preview
04:45
Connecting Tomcat to Eclipse
Preview
02:47
Downloading Spring JAR Files - Overview
Preview
01:12
Downloading Spring JAR Files - Installation
Preview
07:44
Section 4: Spring Inversion of Control - XML Configuration
What is Inversion of Control?
Preview
02:36
Code Demo - Rough Prototype Part 1
Preview
07:06
Code Demo - Rough Prototype Part 2
Preview
03:46
Spring Inversion of Control - Overview
Preview
05:45
Spring Inversion of Control - Write Some Code - Part 1
Preview
07:53
Spring Inversion of Control - Write Some Code - Part 2
Preview
01:32
FAQ: Why do we specify the Coach interface in getBean()?
Article
Practice Activity #1 - Inversion of Control with XML Configuration
Article
Section 5: Spring Dependency Injection - XML Configuration
Spring Dependency Injection - Overview
Preview
07:50
Spring Dependency Injection - Behind the Scenes
Preview
01:56
Spring Dependency Injection - Write Some Code - Part 1
Preview
04:02
Spring Dependency Injection - Write Some Code - Part 2
Preview
06:19
Spring Dependency Injection - Write Some Code - Part 3
Preview
07:20
FAQ: What is the purpose for the no arg constructor?
Article
Setter Injection - Overview
Preview
03:25
Setter Injection - Write Some Code - Part 1
Preview
04:37
Setter Injection - Write Some Code - Part 2
Preview
07:55
Injecting Literal Values - Overview
02:14
Injecting Literal Values - Write Some Code
07:02
FAQ: Why do we use CricketCoach class instead of Coach Interface?
Article
Injecting Values from a Properties File - Overview
03:19
Injecting Values from a Properties File - Write Some Code
06:08
Practice Activity #2 - Dependency Injection with XML Configuration
Article
Section 6: Spring Bean Scopes and Lifecycle
Bean Scopes - Overview
Preview
04:15
Bean Scopes - Write Some Code - Part 1
05:33
Bean Scopes - Write Some Code - Part 2
05:05
Bean Lifecycle - Overview
03:07
Bean Lifecycle - Write Some Code
07:45
Special Note: Defining init and destroy methods - Method Signature
Article
Special Note about Destroy Lifecycle and Prototype Scope
Article
Practice Activity #3 - Bean Scopes with XML Configuration
Article
Section 7: Spring Configuration with Java Annotations - Inversion of Control
Annotations Overview - Component Scanning
Preview
06:55
Annotations Project Setup
03:26
Explicit Component Names - Write Some Code - Part 1
04:02
Explicit Component Names - Write Some Code - Part 2
07:52
Default Component Names - Overview
02:05
Default Component Names - Write Some Code
05:16
Practice Activity #4 - Inversion of Control with Annotations
Article
Section 8: Spring Configuration with Java Annotations - Dependency Injection
Constructor Injection - Overview
Preview
05:47
Constructor Injection - Write Some Code - Part 1
03:29
Constructor Injection - Write Some Code - Part 2
05:22
Setter Injection - Overview
02:17
Setter Injection - Write Some Code
05:04
Method Injection
03:03
Field Injection - Overview
01:44
Field Injection - Write Some Code
02:44
Which Injection Type Should You Use?
01:44
Qualifiers for Dependency Injection - Overiew
03:13
Qualifiers for Dependency Injection - Write Some Code - Part 1
07:16
Qualifiers for Dependency Injection - Write Some Code - Part 2
06:27
Annotations - Default Bean Names - The Special Case
Article
Using @Qualifier with Constructors
Article
Practice Activity #5 - Dependency Injection with Annotations
Article
Section 9: Spring Configuration with Java Annotations - Bean Scopes and Lifecycle Methods
@Scope Annotation - Overview
02:25
@Scope Annotation - Write Some Code
07:14
Bean Lifecycle Method Annotations - Overview
01:16
Bean Lifecycle Method Annotations - Write Some Code
03:33
Special Note about Destroy Lifecycle and Prototype Scope
Article
Practice Activity #6 - Bean Scopes with Annotations
Article
Section 10: Spring Configuration with Java Code
Spring Configuration with Java Code - Overview
03:33
Spring Configuration with Java Code - Write Some Code
05:24
Defining Spring Beans with Java Code - Overview
03:57
Defining Spring Beans with Java Code - Write Some Code - Part 1
04:08
Defining Spring Beans with Java Code - Write Some Code - Part 2
05:18
Injecting Values from Properties File - Overview
02:51
Injecting Values from Properties File - Write Some Code - Part 1
03:44
Injecting Values from Properties File - Write Some Code - Part 2
04:53
Practice Activity #7 - IoC and DI with Java Configuration
Article
Section 11: Spring MVC - Building Spring Web Apps
Spring MVC Overview
Preview
03:32
Spring MVC - Behind the Scenes
05:29
Development Environment Checkpoint
01:04

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Instructor Biography

Chad Darby, Popular Java Instructor - 60,000+ Students

Chád (shod) Darby is an author, instructor and speaker in the Java development world.

Chád is a contributing author to several Java books, including Professional Java E-Commerce (Wrox Press), Beginning Java Networking (Wrox Press), and XML and Web Services Unleashed (Sams Publishing).

Chád has Java certifications from Oracle and IBM. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

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