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Mastering Thymeleaf with Spring Boot

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Product is rated as #45 in category Java Spring Framework

Thymeleaf is a highly popular templating engine to use with Spring MVC to produce rich, and dynamic web pages.

Unlike other options available for Java and Spring Boot, Thymeleaf has a natural templating language – meaning you can view the templates right in your favorite browser.

Try doing that with JSP!

In this course you are guided step by step in building an ecommerce like web application using Thymeleaf, Spring MVC, and Spring Boot.

The focus of the course is on building web content with Thymeleaf. You start off the course building web pages using Bootstrap CSS. These are simple web pages you can view right in your browser. (No Spring Boot or Spring MVC – yet!) This is to give you a good overview of Bootstrap CSS, one of the most popular CSS frameworks in use today!

Next, you build the HTML for a product catalog website. Just the HTML to show a product listing and product detail pages.

Then we take your HTML pages and convert them into Thymeleaf templates. We add the templates into a Spring Boot application. Spring Boot will auto–configure Spring MVC to render the Thymeleaf templates under Tomcat.

You get to see how we transition the HTML documents from simple HTML, into Thymeleaf Templates for the Spring Boot application.

Instructor Details

Hi. I'm John. I've been in the IT industry for over 20 years. Today, I specialize mainly in Java, the most successful and widely known programming language in use today. I also specialize with the Spring Framework, which the most popular open source application framework for building enterprise class applications on the Java platform. Just some of the organizations I've worked with include Visa, Kohls, Federal Home Loan Bank, and Belk Department Stores. Through the courses I'm providing, I hope to leverage my years of experience to accelerate your learning of the Spring Framework. I'm not going to lie to you. The Spring Framework is a big framework. The environment for enterprise Java is even bigger. If you're new to Java, you have a lot to learn. I hope through the content on this web site I can accelerate your education of the Java and Spring landscape.

Specification: Mastering Thymeleaf with Spring Boot

Duration 4.5 hours
Year 2019
Level All
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Marcelo

    Still very good, it gives a very solid idea of the technology.

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    Marina Landisberg

    For me all worked except last section about thymeleaf with security.

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    Girish Srinivas

    Hi John, your course on Thymeleaf with spring boot course was amazing, but it looked outdated with spring boot 1. I would greatly appreciate it if you can update the course material for spring boot 2 with thymeleaf 3 because i ran into issues when i was following your course and doing my coding on thymeleaf fragments which seems to be a little different.

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    Moha Ibra

    Yes, Since i have project and this is a must skill to have to finish the project.

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    Zach Parker

    Great course!!

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    Ramanathan Kumarappan

    looks to be

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    Jo o Gabriel Fiuza

    Good course, but a little outdated.

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    Arvind Kumar Rai

    first of all github.org material not found along with it is some disturbing to understand British English , to improve it need to add subtitle.

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    Sandeep Kurella

    too much talking, when I am into section 4, almost spent 75 mins, with less talking and more action, would have got covered in less than 10 mins. when I am into section 7, i felt like this is not for mastering, this is for a quick look. End of the course, realised, I have got just basics of thymeleaf which I would I have understood by little browsing, I have not mastered thymeleaf for sure.

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    mr Kaczorrro

    Overall a good course, but be ready for loots of googling and finguring out how to solve some problems by yourself. Q&A section is not very helpful, unfortunately. The bootstrap is outdated and in many situations, you need to google to fix it. What actually is not that bad, because as a programmer you probably enjoy solving problems. I definitely learn some cool stuff in this course.

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    Jim Tough

    I usually update my rating and comments when I get to the end of the course, so this is my opinion based on the early parts of the course… The videos for this course were originally shot in 2016 and haven’t been updated. I purchased this course in part because it said Last updated 11/2019 in the synopsis. That appears to be false. The stale content directly impacts early lectures/assignments. If you want to follow along with the instructor’s code samples from Git, you’ll be stuck on Spring Boot 1.x and Bootstrap 3.x. The code does not always translate easily to Spring Boot 2.x and Bootstrap 4.x. The Git repo that is referenced in the lectures for obtaining the source code to start each section has not been updated since 2016 either. Some URLs to images in the ‘starting point’ code examples are no longer valid. The course gets much better around Section 5. The stale content is less of an issue because the course starts to focus on specific features of Spring Boot and Thymeleaf, and one can search for the most up to date documentation for each feature if things have changed in 2020. Personal opinion here, but the Spring Framework Guru logo/music thing that plays at the start and end of every lecture is OBNOXIOUS! Some of the lectures near the start of the course are only two or three minutes long, so that logo/music becomes annoying as hell after you’ve seen it a few times already. We already purchased the course! Stop with the self promotion!

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