Learning Web Application with Spring 5 and Angular 2 [Video]

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  • Build your very first login component using Angular 2
  • Work with different Angular 2 components —service, components, and Dependenc y injection
  • Find out howto build a REST login service using Spring 5
  • Work with different Spring 5 components —Web Reactive, Web MVC, and Spring REST

This course will teach you to use Angular 2 and Spring 5 to create a fully working login web application. The first of the three sections of this course is about front-end technologies, and in this part, you will learn the basic concepts of Angular 2 such as Services, Components, and how to use it to create a login component.

Moving to the second section, we will focus on the backend, and bythe end of it, you will know what Spring 5 is and how to use it to develop a web reactive or web MVC application.
In the last section, we will bring together the concepts of the previous two sections to create a login application. This course focuses on the practical aspects of these two frameworks, and you’ll get your hands dirty.

Style and Approach

This demonstrative course is packed with step-by-step instructions, working examples, and helpful advice. This course is divided into clear chunks so you can learn at your own pace and focus on your own area of interest.

  • This easy-to-follow guide will take you from being a beginner to a regular data science task
  • Get solutions to your common and not-so-common data science problems
  • Highly practical, real-world examples will make data science your comfort zone
Course Length 2 hours 21 minutes
ISBN 9781788392884
Date Of Publication 30 May 2017


Mario Romano

Mario Romano is the Director of Engineering in Alfresco but he is still really much involved with the coding as open source contributor for various projects. Before Alfresco, Mario accumulated nearly 8 years of experience in developing software for large organisations, and in particular in developing microservices architectures and single page applications. He's been coding since he was 10 years old. Mario is currently based in London, but grew up in Naples (Italy). Mario likes to plays the piano when is not busy writing code, reading code or thinking about code.