Course Introduction1:26 with Chris Ramacciotti
This video briefly mentions the topics covered in this course.
[MUSIC] 0:00 Hello there. 0:04 If we haven't met before I'm Chris and I'm a Java teacher here at Treehouse. 0:05 Before we start I want to point you to a few courses that I'll assume you've taken. 0:09 First is HTTP basics which will give you a sufficient foundation in the protocol and 0:14 language of communication over the web. 0:19 The second is Spring basics, during which we created a Java web application that 0:21 lacked an underlying dynamic data source that we'll be adding here. 0:26 Finally, I'll assume you've seen Hibernate before in our Hibernate Basics course. 0:30 If you haven't done that yet, I've left a link in the teacher's notes. 0:36 In this course, we'll take the Hibernate ORM you saw on Hibernate basics and 0:40 incorporate it into a Spring MPC application. 0:44 While considering the feature of allowing our users to interact with our data, 0:48 we'll find that we need to dive deeper into Spring to leverage its capabilities. 0:52 In particular we'll need to handle post requests. 0:56 Redirect after user actions are complete. 1:01 Stored data between requests with session data and 1:03 use Thymeleaf to display forms for adding and editing data. 1:07 So as you'll see even though we're primarily interested in how to bring 1:12 hibernate to Spring this course is as much about Spring as it is about Hibernate. 1:16 So when you're ready, head to the next video, and let's get started. 1:21
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