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Course Introduction1:26 with Chris Ramacciotti
This video briefly mentions the topics covered in this course.
If we haven't met before I'm Chris and I'm a Java teacher here at Treehouse.
Before we start I want to point you to a few courses that I'll assume you've taken.
First is HTTP basics which will give you a sufficient foundation in the protocol and
language of communication over the web.
The second is Spring basics, during which we created a Java web application that
lacked an underlying dynamic data source that we'll be adding here.
Finally, I'll assume you've seen Hibernate before in our Hibernate Basics course.
If you haven't done that yet, I've left a link in the teacher's notes.
In this course, we'll take the Hibernate ORM you saw on Hibernate basics and
incorporate it into a Spring MPC application.
While considering the feature of allowing our users to interact with our data,
we'll find that we need to dive deeper into Spring to leverage its capabilities.
In particular we'll need to handle post requests.
Redirect after user actions are complete.
Stored data between requests with session data and
use Thymeleaf to display forms for adding and editing data.
So as you'll see even though we're primarily interested in how to bring
hibernate to Spring this course is as much about Spring as it is about Hibernate.
So when you're ready, head to the next video, and let's get started.
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