Hibernate-tutorial

One of the most popular and widely used frameworks in Java is Hibernate. Hibernate is an ORM, or Object Relational Mapper. Hibernate enables developers to map Java objects to relational database tables. The next Hibernate tutorials will solidify your knowledge of Hibernate in a great way.

Introduction To Hibernate

Introduction to Hibernate

Description:

In this course you will learn the basic concepts of Java ORM Hibernate. Hibernate is the most popular framework in the Java development environment. Hibernate is an Object Relational Mapper which enables developers to map Java objects to relational database tables.

Java developers must have a very clear understanding of Hibernate. Hibernate is not easy to learn. It’s a complex framework having lots of critical concepts. Mastering Hibernate is a challenge. This course will help you to achieve that goal.

This course starts with the basic principles of Hibernate. Then gradually shows how to install a real MySql database. Following that, we learn the very basics of mapping, which is one of the most significant things to learn about Hibernate.

Step by step this course teaches us about how to create a mapping of a Java object with a relational table. It also explains how the mapping system works. The most real-world applications have a more complicated mapping that often trips up new and experienced developers equally.

This program also covers some of the complex mapping situations like mapping collections and different relational mappings like one-to-many and many-to-one. Once we learned how to map our objects, we must know how to query them, so we must learn how to do this using Hibernate’s built-in HQL and using a more object-oriented approach with the Criteria API.  Finally, we’ll cover a few advanced features like caching and interceptors.

If you are struggling with Hibernate in your present application, then this course will surely upgrade your knowledge base about Hibernate. You will be more confident when you use Hibernate next time.

About the author:

John Sonmez is the founder of Simple Programmer, where he tirelessly pursues his vision of transforming complex issues into simple solutions.

 

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Data Transactions with Spring

Data Transactions with Spring

Spring Transaction Management is one of the most important features of the Spring Framework. This course will teach you how to implement both declarative and programmatic topics like @Transactional, transaction propagation, and rollbacks.

Description

Transaction Management is the most notable and widely used feature in the Spring Framework.

In this course, Data Transactions with Spring, you will learn about the comprehensive support given for managing transactions, which enables developers to focus on the business logic instead of worrying about the integrity of data in the event of a system failure.

At first you will be taught on the key features of transactions and how to implement declarative transaction management. Then you will know about rollbacks and how to use annotations. Next, you’ll learn how to propagate transactions, how to take advantage of programmatic transaction management in your applications. Then you will learn when to choose declarative transaction management over programmatic.

In the end, you’ll understand about the different transaction managers (JDBC, Hibernate, JPA, JDO, and JTA) and also learn how to implement them in your applications.At the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of Spring Transaction Management. This knowledge will help you when you introduce transactional behavior to your applications.

Software required: Git, Java JDK, Apache Maven, and Java IDE.

About the author:

Kesha Williams is a renowned software engineer with over 20 years’ experience mastering in full-stack web development using Java, Spring, Angular and Amazon Web Services (AWS).

 

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Java Fundamentals: The Java Reflection API Method Handles

Java-fundamentals

Description

The Reflection API brings class and object introspection to Java. On top of this Spring and Hibernate are built. In this course, Java Fundamentals: The Java Reflection API Method Handles, comprises object creation, field modification, and method invocation, as well as Method and Var, handles.

As a Java developer, understanding the reflection API enables you to build powerful frameworks that will bring high-level functionalities to your application.

As this course is highly technical, two real-life examples are used to explain this API. The first one is building an Object Relational Mapper, on the model of Hibernate and the second one is the creation of a dependency injection framework, on the model of Spring.

On the first part of this course, you will learn how to introspect classes and objects and how to explore their structure. Then, you will study how to create objects without knowing their class at compile time, and how to set values to their fields and to invoke their methods.

Finally, you will know the performance issues of this API, and how you will be able to use method handles and var handles to fix these issues. On completion of this course, you will be ready to master the reflection API that will help you in building performant and versatile Java applications.

About the author

Jose is an assistant professor at Paris North University for more than 15 years. He started his software career in assembler and C, C for SIMD parallel machines before adopting Java as an object-oriented language. Jose has a 20+ years programming experience in various industrial fields.

 

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Spring with JPA and Hibernate

Spring with JPA and Hibernate

Developing applications using Spring with JPA and Hibernate

Description

In this course, you will have a hand on experience of developing applications using Spring with JPA and Hibernate.
This will be a scaffold application using Spring MVC. The material will be developed using Eclipse/Spring STS and all downloads will be done using Maven.

About the author

Bryan Hansen is a Director at Software Technology Group, a consulting software company based out of Salt Lake City, and has authored and guided many courses in Java.

 

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Building Web App Using Spring MVC, Hibernate, Bootstrap, and REST Services

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This course is intended for beginners to learn how to Build Web App using Spring MVC, Hibernate, Spring Security, AOP, REST & Spring WebFlow. On completion, you will be in a position to start developing a basic web app using Spring MVC.

Description

In this course, Building Web App using Spring MVC, Hibernate, Bootstrap, and REST Services, you will gain the ability to develop a web application using Spring MVC.
At first, you learn how to work with Spring MVC. Then, you will learn how to perform CRUD operations using Hibernate. Finally, you will understand how to provide security for the application using Spring Security.
On completion of this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Spring MVC, Hibernate, Bootstrap, Aspect Oriented Programming, Spring Security, REST Services, and Spring WebFlow needed to build a complete web application.

About the author:

Sekhar Srinivasan is a experienced Microsoft Certified trainer.

 

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