|Dan Vega's 2023 Spring Boot Tutorial for Beginners|
|Written by Nikos Vaggalis|
|Tuesday, 21 March 2023|
A free crash course on Spring and Spring Boot for total beginners
The course, at the simplest of levels, answers two fundamental questions which tend to confuse those not familiar with Spring's ecosystem:
Why are there two different projects, Spring and Spring Boot?
What is the difference between them ?
Dan Vega not only provides answers, but he goes on to show how to build a fully fledged Web application with the latest version, Spring Boot 3, in a tutorial that lasts almost 4 hours, code included.
The application is a Content calendar, delivered as a Spring MVC project, sporting a simple REST API front end. That API is directly called by means of a testing utility such as Postman, curl, or HTTPie.
It might sound like a simplistic application, but in reality it encompasses all that is necessary in order to understand Spring and Spring Boot:
and all presented in layman's terms.
In order to follow along all you need is:
To keep it at a total novice level the project doesn't include any security features like login and authentication.
The course ends by making suggestions on how to go about deploying your finished application on a platform like Azure or Railway. It also hints at Native images and points at more resources for further study.
All in all, it provides a great head start on entering Spring's world.
Spring Boot Tutorial for Beginners - 2023 Crash Course using Spring Boot 3
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|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 21 March 2023 )|