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

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This is a very practical video course aimed at beginner Java developers to help them build their very first RESTful Web Service application with Java, Spring MVC, Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA to implement features like:

User sign–up and User sign–in,

Email verification,

Password Reset,

Get user details API call,

Get list of users API call and implement Pagination,

Update user details and Delete user details API calls,

Learn to secure Web Service endpoints with Spring Security,

Learn to use Amazon AWS Simple Email Service(SES) to send and request to confirm user email address,

and learn to generate and include the JSON Web Token in HTTP Request.

Students will learn how to use Postman HTTP client software to send: HTTP POST, GET, DELETE and PUT requests, as well as how to set needed HTTP Headers. We will also cover how to:

Send data to your RESTful WebService via HTTP Body and,

How to pass data via URL Query String and as a Path parameter,

How to enable your RESTful Web Service to respond to Cross Origin AJAX HTTP Requests.

You will also learn how to make your RESTful Web Service accept and respond back with JSON or XML media type.

This video course you will learn how to:

Download and install Spring Tool Suite(STS),

Download and install MySQL server and MySQL Workbench GUI,

Download and run Apache Tomcat,

Instructor Details

I have more than 20 years experience of building different types of software. I started my career as an Entrepreneur with an award winning web projects and currently I m a Full Stack Mobile App Developer with passion for teaching beginner programmers to reach their goals and assisting them in development of their first mobile apps. If you Google my name you will find hundreds of video tutorials, technical articles and code examples that I ve published over the years teaching how to build mobile apps for iOS and Android Platforms. Happy coding and I see you in the course:)

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

Duration

23.5 hours

Year

2021

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Justin Cletus

    Sound Good

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  2. Tran Dai Phuc An

    Yes, I’m totally new to RESTful Web services and Spring/Spring boot. So far it is very useful to know the basic concepts as well as how to organize classes into packages. So far I’m a bit confused about the @Autowired annotation and I need to look it up on google. Hopefully it would be clearer in the upcoming videos.

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  3. Yuan Fang

    Excellent course, love it

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  4. Patience Mpofu

    Really helped me prepare for an interview that required me to develop a REST backend service. Was not at all overwhelmed by the task. This course is really awesome. Please make updates. Java has changed a lot, as has Spring Boot, some of this tutorials diverge a bit from the current status quo.

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  5. Vishwanath Patil

    Good detailed explanation… Liked it so far…

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  6. MICHAEL TYISKA

    This is an excellent course. At first I was a little concerned because I thought it was too advanced but I went back and did a little refresher of my spring hibernate knowledge and when i came back to this course it made more sense and I realized that Sergey actually did explain but I just didn’t catch it because my knowledge was rusty. I highly recommend this course to anyone. I’m a udemy instructor myself so I know th efforts it takes to put together so much valuable knowledge that Sergey has provided. Thanks man!!

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  7. Roger Noronha

    Very informative

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  8. Tim Wineinger

    So far so good.

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  9. Vaibhav Mani

    The Role explores a wide variety of topics and working on an implementation side by side, helps with the learning. My only gripe with the course is the depth of explanation. While explaining methods and annotations a little in depth explanation of what spring does behind the scenes and how it works will help us understand and debug our code better. But on the flipside, the instructor is very prompt in answering your questions so feel free to fire away.

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  10. April Rivera

    Easy to follow along and has great instructions.

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  11. Bibekananda Pattanayak

    Nice derivation

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  12. Adrian Ivasku

    You put the Annotation Service, but you do not explain the annotation, what is it, why is it being used, would @Component annotation work too ? Why do we use the Service annotation.

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  13. Peter Marshall

    Lots of info here and no filler. Very happy and money well spent.

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  14. Olusola Odurinde

    Very good course. The explanations are clear and on point. Welldone!

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  15. Fernando Nicolas Etchart

    Great course for Spring Boot beginners

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  16. Bilge Tekkursun

    It was a good match about the topics but he doesn’t explain all the things as he should.

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  17. Sanket Jadhav

    excellent course

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  18. Dinika

    I was expecting the instructor to give an introduction to the course, the course overview, pre requisites in the first video. I’m a bit confused when I see that the first video is the instructor showing how to download postman. It gives me very little context about the course

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  19. Sergio Carretero Pe a

    A lot of time is wasted trying to configure everything to install, whose indications are outdated or wrong. For example, the deployment of war in Tomcat in Windows does not work and none of its explanations or other users clarify absolutely nothing; I have that part unfinished. For example, the deployment part in Amazon Web Service is impossible to configure because it is completely out of date, there is no way to install MySQL. The objective of the course is to learn RESTfull Web Services, not Amazon Web Service. I’m very disappointed. 02/18/2021 Is it necessary to get so complicated to send an email to validate an email account? In my opinion it is not the objective of this course. With so much time spent on these Amazon topics, I am not learning RESTfull web services well. I am a bit disappointed, but I am finishing this course because my company ordered it.

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  20. Moholea Samuel

    Better then other course

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  21. Wojciech Kuzi w

    very complex course, covers a lot of topics. Great teacher. I do recommend it.

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  22. Mohammed Raza

    I wish the source code was provided

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