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Spring is the hugely popular framework for developing Java applications in the enterprise space. In this course, discover how to leverage Spring Boot, which takes an opinionated view of the Spring platform. Follow Frank Moley as he walks through how to use Spring Boot to quickly and efficiently develop a practical, enterprise-style web application. As Frank explains how to develop the app, he helps to familiarize you with the general Spring framework. Plus, Frank dives into some of the basic projects of Spring that you can use to develop Java-based applications.
Frank P Moley III
Technical Manager, Cloud Native Coder, System Designer, Security focused, Teacher, StudentFrank Moley is a senior software engineer at DataStax, where he works on cloud-based systems.
Frank's passions include modern application architectures and containerization of systems in multi-cloud, public and private cloud, and hybrid offerings. His passions extend beyond developing software into security, data design and modeling, DevOps and agility, and quality. His greatest professional passion, however, is education, as both a teacher and student. He strives to learn something new every day and then teach it to as many people as he can.
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Learn rapid development with Spring Boot“
(upbeat music) - [Instructor] So now that you've had a chance to create a webpage, let's take a look at my solution for this problem. The first thing that I'll start with is in source main Java in our business service. I created a method starting here on line 68 to get our hotel guests and then sort them by name. Last name and then first name. So the next thing that we'll take a look at here is the guest web controller and here I actually go and get those guests from the service and then add them to a new model and return a string of guests. This also answers at slash guests through my request mapping. So let's take a look at that template. So in this template I did all of the same Thymeleaf behavior that I had done before, but the business end of this really starts at line 31. I build a table much like we did before using TH. In this case all of my texts were just simple text elements 'cause there was no logic as to…
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