JSON, AJAX with Spring, Hibernate Training

Spring and Hibernate are leading Java Based Framework used in conjunction with JSON and AJAX in Java Application



Duration: 5 Days

Course fee:$999.00 (₹0)


Product Description

JSON and AJAX when used in integration with Spring and Hibernate Framework, helps the developers to build and deploy Java Application more reliable and flexible. JSON and AJAX with Spring, Hibernate Online Training includes the basic information about the Java EE Web Application and covering all the important points relevant to the creation of Web Application in real time scenario. In addition to it, JSON-AJAX with Spring-Hibernate Online Training will help the developers to work with ANT, use JDBC for Database Connectivity, Java Naming Directory Interface (JNDI) for advanced configuration for the Java Application in real world. On the completion of JSON and AJAX with Spring and Hibernate Online Training, the Java developers specifically works with Building and Deploying Java Applications in large scale platforms


  • Understanding the basic overview of JSON, AJAX
  • Understanding the development and Deployment of Application using Spring and Hibernate
  • Understanding the various functions and its functionalities using new Technologies


  • Java based Applications are created with more security and reliability
  • Expertise on different functionalities arising with JSON and AJAX
  • Expertise on the Development and Deployment of Application

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Course Content

Introduction to Java EE Web Applications

1. Server-Side Application Development with Java EE
2. Java Frameworks, Components and Services
3. Application Design with Web-Based Components
4. Structure of Java EE Web Components
5. Web Applications Deployment
6. Services of Java EE Web Container

Using ANT

1. ANT Build File
2. Design ANT Targets
3. Using ANT Standard Tasks
4. ANT Properties
5. Compile and Execute Java Applications
6. Build WAR, EAR and JAR Deployment Files

Accessing Databases with JDBC

1. JDBC Connectivity Model
2. Access Data Sources through JNDI
3. Connecting to a Database
4. Executing SQL Queries and Updates
5. Processing Result Sets
6. Using Scrollable and Sensitive Result Sets
7. Working with ResultSetMetaData Classes
8. Utilizing Parameterized Statements
9. Call Stored Procedures
10. Handle SQLExceptions
11. How to Control Transactions
12. Using Batch Updates

Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)

1. Role of JNDI in the Java EE Architecture
2. JNDI Service Providers
3. Importing and Utilizing JNDI Packages
4. Bind Objects with JNDI
5. Looking up Objects with JNDI
6. Using the Environment Naming Context (ENC)
7. Declaring Resource References

Hibernate Overview

1. Need for Hibernate
2. Hibernate and ORM (Object-Relation Mapping)
3. POJOs (Plain Old Java Objects) and the Data Layer
4. Hibernate Mapping
5. Hibernate Over Entity Beans

Hibernate Programming Fundamentals

1. Modeling Complex Mappings
2. Hibernate and Native SQL
3. HQL (Hibernate Query Language)
– Where
– Order By
– Group By
4. Hibernate Aggregate functions
– Avg
– Min
– Max
5. HQL Associations and Joins
6. Hibernate Subqueries
7. Hibernate Configuration Files
8. Full CRUD Application (Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete)

Hibernate Power Programming

1. Hibernate Annotations and JPA
2. Issues with Adding Hibernate to Existing Systems
3. Developing POJOs in Existing Systems
4. Advanced HQL Techniques
5. HQL Result Transformers
6. Using the Criteria API for Complex Queries
7. Transaction and Concurrency Issues
8. Identifying and Removing Performance Bottlenecks
9. Lazy Loading for Performance
10. Inheritance and Polymorphism in the Persistence Layer
11. Hibernate Best Practices

Introduction to the Spring Application Framework

1. Spring Capabilities and Modules
2. The Role of POJOs
3. Lightweight IOC (Inversion-Of-Control)
4. Dependency Injection
5. The Factory Pattern and the Spring Container
6. Spring XML Configuration Files
7. Spring Persistence Support
8. Data Access Framework and Data Access Objects
9. AOP (Aspect-Oriented Programming)

Adding Spring to Existing Applications

1. Issues Adding Spring to Existing Applications
2. AOP and Transactions
3. Spring Valuators
4. Spring Interceptors
5. Spring MVC
6. Integrate Spring with Hibernate
7. Possible Conflicts with Existing Systems
8. AOP vs. Annotations

Introduction to AJAX

1. AJAX Architecture and Capabilities
– Client Side
– Server Side
2. Page Reload Paradigm
4. JavaScript and DOM
5. XMLHttpRequest Object
– readyState and responseXML Properties
6. Making AJAX Asynchronous Calls
7. AJAX Function Calling Conventions
8. Response Handling with JavaScript
9. Browser Compatibility Issues
10. Server-Side and Client-Side AJAX

Java and AJAX

1. Callback Functions/Methods
2. Built-In Objects
3. Parsing AJAX Responses
4. XML and JSON Response Formats
5. Servlet Code to Handle AJAX Requests
6. Server Side Persistence
7. AJAX Patterns and Best Practices
8. Limitations of AJAX
9. Debugging AJAX

Adding AJAX to Existing Web Applications

1. Adding AJAX to Existing Apps issues
2. Dealing with Asynchronous Responses
3. Cross Browser Libraries and Frameworks
4. Working with AJAX Toolkits
– Dojo Toolkit
– Prototype
– DWR (Direct Web Remoting)
– Google Web Toolkit
5. AJAX and REST Design Compatibility Issues
6. Security Issues

Web Services on the Server Side

1. Overview of Web Services
2. Advantages of Web Services
3. Create a Web Service
4. Deploy a Web Services
5. What is requirement for a JAX-WS Web Service Endpoint Implementation Class
6. The Web Service Endpoint Implementation Class
7. Working with WSDL Files
8. Web Service Interoperability

Web Services on the Client Side

1. Consume a Web Service
2. Client Side Artifacts
3. JAX-WS Clients
4. Java/WSDL Mapping
5. RESTful Web Services
6. RESTful Web Services in Java


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