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Building Spring Boot REST API

Building Spring Boot REST API

What you’ll learn

  • Understanding of Spring Boot
  • Benefits of using Spring Boot
  • Features of Spring Boot
  • Understand SpringBootApplication Annotation
  • Auto Configuration
  • Conditional Annotations
  • Building Custom AutoConfiguration
  • Spring Boot Starters
  • Spring Boot Embedded Servers
  • Spring Boot Actuator
  • Springfox Swagger2
  • Spring Data JPA Basics
  • H2 Database Basics
  • How to use Spring Initializr
  • Understanding of REST
  • Understanding of REST Principles
  • REST verbs and meaning of IDEMPOTENT
  • Designing REST resource URIs
  • Understanding @RestController
  • Finally How to Build Spring Boot Rest API

Description

In this course, we will build a simple Spring Boot REST API.

We will use the below technology stack to build a simple Spring Boot REST API.

  • Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot Starter Web
  • Spring Boot Starter Data JPA
  • Spring Boot Actuator
  • H2 Database
  • Springfox Swagger 2
  • Java 11

Course Objectives

 

  • Understanding Spring Boot – When was Spring Boot created and What is it?
  • Benefits of using Spring Boot – Why to use Spring Boot?
  • Very Important Features of Spring Boot
  • SpringBootApplication Annotation – What are the benefits of using @SpringBootApplication.
  • Auto Configuration – What is Auto Configuration and How we can enable it ? How to create Custom Auto Configuration ?
  • Spring Boot Starters – What are the benefits of using Starters? How to add these starters in the Application?
  • Embedded Servers – Know about different Embedded Servers and how to override the default port and also change the Server.
  • Spring Boot Actuator – What is the use of Spring Boot Actuator? What are the different actuator endpoints ?
  • What is REST? Understand the actual meaning of REST(Representation State Transfer)
  • REST Principles – Understand various REST Principles in Depth
  • REST Verbs and Idempotent Verbs
  • Designing resource URIs in REST API
  • Build a Simple Spring Boot REST API
  • Explore H2 Console
  • Explore Actuator Endpoints
  • Use Swagger UI to hit all the exposed endpoints of the REST API and test different scenarios.

Who this course is for:

  • Java developers who want to learn about Spring Boot

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