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Wrap-Up0:42 with Chris Ramacciotti
Congratulations - you made it! Check the Teacher's Notes for ideas on further study of Spring + Hibernate.
Git Command to Sync Your Code to the End of the Screencast
git checkout -f screencast-complete
Ideas for Further Fun & Research
- Extract common DAO operations to an abstract class, e.g.
HibernateDao<T>, then have each DAO implementation class extend this abstract class
- User authentication
- Spring Data JPA
- Unit testing in Spring
- Run with MySQL instead of H2
Whew, now that was awesome.
I hope you feel as good as I do about working through all this material.
Now, you might be experiencing some brain swell right now, but no worries.
That's the Java getting all fancy in your head.
You've taken a huge and respectable leap in your path of learning Java.
And that is learning how to weave an ORM like Hibernate
into your Spring application.
These are tools to take lightly.
These are tools that you can use to build some of the most powerful and
scalable database driven web applications out there.
So give yourself a pat on the back.
If you're wondering where you can go from here?
Check out the teacher's notes.
I have several suggestions of features you may want to look at.
So take them and run with them and I'll see you next time.
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