Install HTTP client Postman

Sergey Kargopolov
A free video tutorial from Sergey Kargopolov
Software developer
4.6 instructor rating • 6 courses • 86,633 students

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RESTful Web Services, Java, Spring Boot, Spring MVC and JPA

Implement API calls: Sign-up, sign-in, email verification, password reset, update, delete. Deploy to Amazon AWS Cloud.

23:05:20 of on-demand video • Updated September 2020

  • Build a RESTful Web Service with Spring MVC and Spring Boot
  • Learn how to implement User Sign-in functionality
  • Learn how to implement User Sign-up functionality
  • Protect RESTful Web Service with Spring Security Framework
  • Learn how to implement Token-Based Authentication
  • Implement Password Reset and Email Verification features
  • Use Spring Data JPA Query Methods
  • Use Spring Data JPA Native SQL Queries
  • Download and Install MySQL Server on Mac
  • Download and Install MySQL Workbench
  • Download and Install Spring Tool Suite
  • Create new project using Spring Tool Suite and Spring Initializer
  • Download, run and stop Apache Tomcat
  • Deploy RESTful Web Service application to Apache Tomcat
  • Run RESTful Web Service application as a stand along Java application
  • Build and run REST API with Maven
  • Use Postman HTTP client to send HTTP Request to a Web Service endpoints
  • Start up Amazon EC2 server
  • Install Java, MySQL and Apache Tomcat on Amazon AWS EC2 server
  • Deploy RESTful Web Service to Amazon AWS EC2 server
  • Use H2 in-memory database
  • Use H2 database console to preview data in memory database as well as in a stand along MySQL database server
  • Use JUnit 5 to test code
  • Use Rest Assured to test RESTful Web Service endpoint
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