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Learn to build enterprise applications that are scalable, mobile, secure and robust in a spring framework.

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   DESCRIPTION


Spring is open source Java platform that provides comprehensive infrastructure support for developing Java applications. It provides everything you need to embrace the Java language in an enterprise environment. It supports various frameworks such as Struts, Hibernate, Tapestry, EJB, JSF etc. The framework’s core feature can be used by any Java application, but there are extensions for building web applications on top of JAVA EE (Enterprise Edition) platform. Spring enables you to build applications from “Plan All Java Objects” (POJOs) and to apply enterprise services mom- invasively to POJOs.

   Course Description


  • Spring Framework Master Class - Preview
  • Quick Introduction To Spring Framework
  • Course Guide with Git Repository and Step by Step Details
  • Spring Framework Master Class - Overview
  • Section Introduction - Spring Framework in 10 Steps
  • Spring Level 1, 2 and 3 - Github Folder
  • Step 1 - Setting up a Spring Project using htttp://start.spring.io
  • Step 2 - Understanding Tight Coupling using the Binary Search Algorithm Example
  • Step 3 - Making the Binary Search Algorithm Example Loosely Coupled
  • Step 4 - Using Spring Framework to Manage Dependencies - @Component, @Autowired
  • Step 5 - What is happening in the background?
  • Step 6 - Dynamic auto wiring and Troubleshooting - @Primary
  • Step 7 - Constructor and Setter Injection
  • Step 8 - Spring Modules
  • Step 9 - Spring Projects
  • Step 10 - Why is Spring Popular?
  • Section Introduction - Spring Framework in Depth
  • Step 11 - Dependency Injection - A few more examples
  • Step 12 - Autowiring in Depth - by Name and @Primary
  • Step 13 - Autowiring in Depth - @Qualifier annotation
  • Step 14 - Scope of a Bean - Prototype and Singleton
  • Step 15 - Complex Scope Scenarios of a Spring Bean - Mix Prototype and Singleton
  • Step 15B - Difference Between Spring Singleton and GOF Singleton
  • Step 16 - Using Component Scan to scan for beans
  • Step 17 - Lifecycle of a Bean - @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy
  • Step 18 - Container and Dependency Injection (CDI) - @Named, @Inject
  • Step 19 - Removing Spring Boot in Basic Application
  • Step 20 - Fixing minor stuff - Add Logback and Close Application Context
  • Step 21 - Defining Spring Application Context using XML - Part 1
  • Step 22 - Defining Spring Application Context using XML - Part 2
  • Step 23 - Mixing XML Context with Component Scan for Beans defined with Annotati
  • Step 24 - IOC Container vs Application Context vs Bean Factory
  • Step 25 - @Component vs @Service vs @Repository vs @Controller
  • Step 26 - Read values from external properties file
  • Section Introduction - JUnit in 5 Steps
  • Step 1 : What is JUnit and Unit Testing?
  • Step 2 : First JUnit Project and Green Bar
  • Step 3 : First Code and First Unit Test
  • Step 4 : Other assert methods
  • Step 5 : Important annotations
  • Section Introduction - Mockito in 5 Steps
  • Step 1 : Setting up an example using http://start.spring.io.
  • Step 2 : Using a Stubs - Disadvantages
  • Step 3 : Your first mock with Mockito
  • Step 4 : Using Mockito Annotations - @Mock, @InjectMocks, @RunWith
  • Step 5 : Mocking List interface
  • Section Introduction - Unit Testing with Spring Framework
  • Step 27 - Spring Unit Testing with a Java Context
  • Spring Unit Testing with an XML Context
  • Spring Unit Testing with Mockito
  • Section Introduction - Spring Boot in 10 Steps
  • Step 1 : Introduction to Spring Boot - Goals and Important Features
  • Step 2 : Developing Spring Applications before Spring Boot
  • Step 3 : Using Spring Initializr to create a Spring Boot Application
  • Step 4 : Creating a Simple REST Controller
  • Step 5 : What is Spring Boot Auto Configuration?
  • Step 6 : Spring Boot vs Spring vs Spring MVC
  • Step 6 : Spring Boot vs Spring vs Spring MVC
  • Step 8 : Overview of different Spring Boot Starter Projects
  • Step 9 : Spring Boot Actuator
  • Step 10 : Spring Boot Developer Tools
  • Section Introduction - Spring AOP
  • Spring JDBC to JPA with Hibernate - Github Folder
  • Spring AOP Github Folder
  • Step 01 - Setting up AOP Example - Part 1
  • Step 02 - Setting up AOP Example - Part 2
  • Step 03 - Defining an @Before advice
  • Step 04 - Understand AOP Terminology - Pointcut, Advice, Aspect and Join Point
  • Step 05 - Using @After, @AfterReturning, @AfterThrowing advices
  • Step 06 - Using @Around advice to implement performance tracing
  • Step 07 - Best Practice : Use common Pointcut Configuration
  • Step 08 - Quick summary of other Pointcuts
  • Step 09 - Creating Custom Annotation and an Aspect for Tracking Time
  • Section Introduction - Spring JDBC, JPA and Spring Data
  • Step 01 - Setting up a project with JDBC, JPA, H2 and Web Dependencies
  • Step 02 - Launching up H2 Console
  • Step 03 - Creating a Database Table in H2
  • Step 04 - Populate data into Person Table
  • Step 05 - Implement findAll persons Spring JDBC Query Method
  • Step 06 - Execute the findAll method using CommandLineRunner
  • Step 07 - A Quick Review - JDBC vs Spring JDBC
  • Step 08 - Whats in the background? Understanding Spring Boot Autoconfiguration
  • Step 09 - Implementing findById Spring JDBC Query Method
  • Step 10 - Implementing deleteById Spring JDBC Update Method
  • Step 11 - Implementing insert and update Spring JDBC Update Methods
  • Step 12 - Creating a custom Spring JDBC RowMapper
  • Step 13 - Quick introduction to JPA
  • Step 14 - Defining Person Entity
  • Step 15 - Implementing findById JPA Repository Method
  • Step 16 - Implementing insert and update JPA Repository Methods
  • Step 17 - Implementing deleteById JPA Repository Method
  • Step 18 - Implementing findAll using JPQL Named Query
  • Step 19 - Introduction to Spring Data JPA
  • Step 20 - Connecting to Other Databases
  • Section Introduction - Basic Web Application
  • Step 01 : Setting up Your First Java Web Application
  • Step 01 : Theory 1 - Maven and Magic
  • Step 01 : Theory 2 - What is a Servlet?
  • Step 01 : Theory 3 - Web Application Request Flow
  • Step 01 : Theory 4 - Understand Your First Servlet - LoginServlet
  • Step 02 : Create LoginServlet From Scratch Again and Your First View
  • Step 02 : Theory - Play Time - Let's Try Breaking Things
  • Step 03 : Passing Request Parameters using Get Method
  • Step 03 : Theory - Introduction and End to Scriptlets
  • Step 04 : Disadvantages of Get Parameters
  • Step 05 : Your First Post Request
  • Step 06 : Your First Servlet doPost Method
  • Step 07 : Lets Add a Password Field
  • Step 10 : Setting up Maven,Tomcat and Simple JEE Application
  • Step 11 : Setting up Spring MVC with 4 mini steps
  • Step 12 : Your First Spring MVC Controller
  • Step 13 : Part 1 - Your First Spring MVC View : ViewResolver
  • Step 13 : Part 2 - Theory Break - Spring MVC Architecture
  • Step 13 : Part 3 - Play Break - Try Breaking Things
  • Step 14 : Add Logging Framework Log4j
  • Step 15 : Redirect to Welcome Page : ModelMap and @RequestParam
  • Step 16 : Use LoginService to Authenticate
  • Step 17 : Spring Autowiring and Dependency Injection
  • Section Introduction - Eclipse in 5 Steps
  • Step 1 : Create a Java Project
  • Step 2 : Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Step 3 : Views and Perspectives
  • Step 4 : Save Actions
  • Step 5 : Code Generation
  • Section Introduction - Maven in 5 Steps
  • Step 1 : Creating and importing a Maven Project
  • Step 2 : Understanding Project Object Model - pom.xml
  • Step 3 : Maven Build Life Cycle
  • Step 4 : How does Maven Work?
  • Step 5 : Important Maven Commands

   Advantages of KVCH


  • Spring Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows
  • Spring Application Deployment on Spring Market
  • Controlling the phone
 

   Training and Placement Assistance


KVCH has a dedicated placement cell that provides dedicated placement assistance to each one of the students. We understand how difficult it is for students to find a job in today’s competitive era. With millions of graduates in the market and only few jobs opportunities available, finding a job is the battle of the best.

KVCH provides students with the bundles of opportunities and a career breakthrough, we make sure that the students get the right opportunity at the right time at the right place. We have multiple campus drives and tie-ups with MNC’s which allows students of KVCH to land on to their dream jobs. We have a record of students who are placed by the KVCH because of the efforts of our Placement team.

 

   Top 16 Reasons to Choose KVCH for Spring Training


  • Spring training is designed according to current IT market.
  • Offer the best Spring training and placement with well defined training modules and course sessions.
  • Facilitate regular, weekend and customized Spring training..
  • One of the biggest team of Certified Expert Trainers with 5 to 15 years of Real Industry Experience.
  • Mentors of Spring training in Delhi helps in major project training, minor project training, live project preparation, interview preparation and job placement support.
  • Smart Labs with Real Latest Equipments.
  • Smart classrooms fully equipped with projectors, live racks, Wi-Fi connectivity, Digital Pads.
  • Silent and Discussion Zone areas in Labs to enhance Self Study and Group Discussions.
  • Free of Cost Personality Development sessions including Spoken English, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Presentation skills.
  • Free of Cost Seminars for Personality Development & Personal Presentation.
  • Varity of Study Material: Books, PDF’s, Video Lectures, Sample questions, Interview Questions (Technical and HR), and Projects.
  • Globally Recognized Course Completion Certificate.
  • Extra Time Slots (E.T.S.) for Practical's(Unlimited), Absolutely Free.
  • The ability to retake the class at no-charge as often as desired.
  • One-on-One attention by instructors.
  • Helps students to take knowledge of complex technical concepts.
 

   KVCH Trainer's Profile for Spring training


  • Are truly expert and fully up-to-date in the subjects they teach because they continue to spend time working on real-world industry applications.
  • Have received awards and recognition from our partners and various recognized IT Organizations.
  • Are working professionals working in multinational companies such as HCL Technologies, Birlasoft, TCS, IBM, Sapient, Agilent Technologies etc.
  • Are certified Professionals with 7+ years of experience.
  • Are Well connected with Hiring HRs in multinational companies.
 

   Placement Assistance after Spring training


  • KVCH is the leader in offering placement to the students, as it has a dedicated placement wing which caters to the needs of the students during placements.
  • KVCH helps the students in the development of their RESUME as per current industry standards.
  • KVCH conducts Personality Development sessions including Spoken English, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Presentation skills to prepare students to face challenging interview situation with ease.
  • KVCH has prepared its students to get placed in top IT FIRMS like HCL, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Accenture and many more.
 

   KVCH Course duration for Spring training


  • Fast Track Training Program (6+ hours daily)
  • Regular Classes (Morning, Day time & Evening)
  • Weekend Training Classes (Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)
    KVCH Recent Placed Students