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  • Use the features of Spring 5.0 and Spring Boot with Java
  • Test your code with JUnit 5.0
  • Use Spring WebFlux and various other features
  • Work with AngularJS to develop the front end
  • Use Angular 6 and its features 

Spring 5.0 comes with enhanced features and components and this course will help you leverage them. Core Spring Framework features can be used to develop any Java application, and it can be described as a complete and modular framework. The Spring Framework can be used for all layer implementations for real-time applications. It can also be used to develop a particular layer, or we can develop all layers.

You'll hit the ground running by developing a couple of basic server-side search and shopping applications using the various features of Spring 5.0 with Java. You'll then explore the frontend development process for your applications using Angular 6.

By the end of the course, you'll be able to develop your own application using the power of Spring 5.0.

The code bundle for this video course is available at-

Style and Approach

A step-by-step practical guide filled with real-world use cases and examples that will help Android developers use Spring 5.0 effectively to develop their own applications.

  • A practical guide that provides everything that a developer needs to know about building a web application using Spring 5.0
  • A hands-on, practical approach to effective learning
  • Real-world projects and scenarios to understand concepts in a better way 
Course Length 3 hours 16 minutes
ISBN 9781788627177
Date Of Publication 26 Jul 2018


Alberto Di Martino

Alberto Di Martino- Alberto Di Martino is a software developer with Samsung Pay and has been working with Kotlin since version 1.0. He is an expert with Kotlin when it comes to knowledge and expertise in this technology. He is keen to share his rich experience through this video tutorial.

Alejandro Imass

Alejandro Imass is a Senior Engineer and Toronto Team Leader for Samsung Pay Inc. (a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics America, Inc.). Alejandro is an IT professional and entrepreneur with over twenty-five years' experience leading many high-profile projects in different sectors including Telecommunications, Food & Beverage, Energy, Government, and Aviation in global companies such as BP, Exxon-Mobil, Chevron, PDVSA, Conoco-Phillips, Genencor, Danisco, BAT, AGA, and SAP. He has international recognition in systems integration, control systems, and ERP and has participated in committees such as ISA. He started his career in Electronic Engineering and later Systems Engineering, specializing in large-scale industrial and ERP systems in materials, reliability, and asset management. Alejandro is a specialist, educator, and evangelist in open source technologies with multiple certifications in this field by the Institute for Superior Studies and Technological Research (ISEIT) in Venezuela(he is also a professor there). Prior to LoopPay, he founded Yabarana Corporation which develops large-scale, highly complex Unix-based solutions for a wide range of industries. Before Yabarana, Alejandro was a partner at MPR Venezuela, an IBM premium VAR for EAM/ITSM solutions in Latin America, director of business development for Venezuela and Colombia, and account manager for high-profile companies in the region such as Empresas Polar, BP, ExxonMobil, Chevron, and Alpina.