Upgrade from JSP to Thymeleaf with SpringMVC and Spring Boot
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If you are building web front–ends with Spring Boot or Spring MVC, and you’re still using JSP (Java Server Pages) then this course is for you. Thymeleaf is a great templating engine which replaces JSP, and you can easily use it in any Spring MVC or Spring Boot application. Unlike JSP it’s a pleasure to use. With Thymeleaf you work with regular HTML, which means that a lot of the frustration of JSP is taken away.
If you’ve been given a set of HTML and CSS templates to use for a project, Thymeleaf lets you integrate them with ease. Or if you’re building the functionality and handing off to a web–designer, they’ll be able to work with your code with no knowlege of Java or Spring.
In this course you’ll learn:
How Thymeleaf allows you to seamlessly work with Web Designers
How to integrate your code into standard HTML/XHTML without breaking the design
How to manage forms, validation and error handling
How to convert a legacy JSP project to Thymeleaf
By the end of this course you’ll be confidently able to build functional and effective front–ends for your Spring web applications.
As well as teaching programming, I’ve been building websites with Spring for a number of years, and I started using Thymeleaf about 3 years, ago. And I’d never go back! Amongst other things I find Thymeleaf sites much easier to support and maintain as application requirements change, and I think that’s why I’m so much of a fan of it!
Courses : 8
Specification: Upgrade from JSP to Thymeleaf with SpringMVC and Spring Boot
11 reviews for Upgrade from JSP to Thymeleaf with SpringMVC and Spring Boot
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Derek Makous –
stayed focused on the new material; related it well to existing material; the flow of information was efficient and very easy to follow; and the mistakes made felt uncensored, relatable, and well handled instead of unrealistic perfect coding
more projecte required otherwise ok
sorabh solanki –
It’s really a nice and thorough course covering each aspect.
Suchibrato Mahato –
it is really helpful but i also wanted to know the configuration of thymeleaf in our editor i feel only that part is missing for me till now.
Javid Asgarov –
Some things that instructor explains where the code should have thrown a parsing error and stuff like that doesn’t do that on my computer I’m guessing that some of the info is a bit outdated doest occur in the latest version of thymeleaf. But all in all good course!
Pablo Sanchez –
Once fixed to adapt to Thymeleaf 3 into project is a nice course .
Hussain Mohammed Ashruf –
Matt has in a way authored this course and structured in a well formatted progressive work flow
Steve Schmidt –
super helpful. I am porting a legacy JSP based application to Spring Boot and using Thymeleaf looks to be the fastest and most straight forward way to go. Matt is presenting things in a really natural order that makes it easy to pick up quickly.
Sheryaar Butt –
Well structured and well paced. Straight to the point and easy to understand examples for everything. Honestly the best programming course I’ve taken on udemy.
Hao Nguyen Thanh –
Rishay Marajah –
Page Layouts was highly beneficial and would appreciate an intermediate course on this. Static Layouts vs Dynamic Layouts.