Learn how to build simple, flexible, and scalable web applications using Spring and Angular
It is needless to say that Spring is a tool that helps you make the most of the containerized environment.
Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.
This Learning Path starts off by setting up the developer environment and initializing a simple application. We then move on to discussing the core concepts of Spring Boot and Spring MVC. Here we will look into different developer tools, debug Spring applications, and log in to Spring. Then you’ll dive into the Spring MVC, where you will develop reactive web applications with Spring, and work with embedded servlet containers and manage serialization with Protobuf, Avro, and Thrift. We also discuss discuss how to secure our applications using authentication.
Finally, we move on building a completely new web application by using Angular 2 and Spring 5. Here we focus on practical aspects of both frameworks.
After completing this Learning Path, you will be able to develop web applications that are secure and can manage data effectively.
This Learning Path is authored by some of the best in the field.
- Will Kennedy is a Senior Software Engineer with HelloWorld.inc. He has worked with a number of technologies, and specializes in web-based applications using the Spring Framework, AWS, and SOAP-based web services.
- 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.
- Basic knowledge of Spring
- Basic knowledge of Angular
- Create a Spring Boot project using Spring Initilizr and Spring CLI
- Create your Spring application’s UI using Thymeleaf
- Make the best use of error logging and debugging to ensure your applications are more efficient
- Manage the way that your application exchanges data efficiently by employing various Spring Data features
- Build your very first login component using Angular 2
- Work with different Angular 2 components - service, components, and Dependency injection
- Learn how to build a REST login service using Spring 5
- Work with different Spring 5 components - Web Reactive, Web MVC, and Spring REST