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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“
- [Narrator] One of the coolest features of the Spring Testing Framework is the ability to test MVC within the context of a web request. This allows you to build much more usable tests with Spring MVC, than otherwise you would be able to without doing integration testing. So let's go ahead and build a test out. First thing we're going to do is we're going to open up source, test, Java, and in our base package, we will create a new package to house our test. In this case, we will do it in the web package. Under that, we will create a new Java class, and that Java class is going to be RoomReservationWebControllerTest. Then we need to annotate this class a little bit so we're going to do RunWith, And we are going to do RunWith, SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class, then we are also going to do a WebMvcTest and this WebMvcTest, we're going to pass our actual controller to it, so our RoomReservationWebController. Now, there's a…
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