Friday, August 7, 2020

Top 10 IT Certifications for Java Developers in 2020

Hello guys, constant learning is part and parcel of being a programmer, and IT certification has a very important role in your career as an IT professional. There are many tangible and intangible benefits of certifications, first, they encourage you to learn more and become an expert in your fields, and second the provide recognition for your skill and knowledge. If you are a Java developer and wondering which IT certification you can do to take your career to the next level then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share the best IT certifications for Java developers which include different areas like Java, Spring, Cloud, Linux, Project management, and others. You can choose the certification which aligns with your career goal.

Thursday, August 6, 2020

3 Best Spring Security Online Training Courses for Java Developers

The Spring Security is one of the leading open-source, security framework which allows you to implement security in Java-based web applications. It provides several security features e.g. authentication, authorization, remember me out-of-the-box, which means you can directly use them without adding code or changing your class. Yes, Spring Security implements security at the application level i.e. you can even secure your non-secure resource without modifying them. It is also the leading framework to secure RESTful Web Services. Because of all these, the demand for Java developers with good knowledge of Spring Security is very high.

Top 5 Courses to learn Amazon AWS EC 2 in depth - Best of Lot

Hello folks, if you have been working in AWS then you definitely know about Amazon EC2, one of the most essential and popular AWS Service. If you are new to AWS, don't worry, I'll give a brief overview of what is Amazon EC2 and why should you learn it. And, If you are looking for online courses to learn more about AWS EC2 service then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared the best AWS courses for beginners and experienced programmers and in this article, I am going to share the best online AWS courses from Udemy and Pluralsight to learn AWS EC2 service in depth.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

How to use @SpringBootApplication in Java and Spring Boot Application

Hello guys, today, we'll learn about the @SpringBootApplication annotation, one of the most important annotations from popular Spring Boot framework, which has changed the way Java developers use Spring framework for writing Java applications. In this article, I'll explain to you the meaning of @SpringBootApplication and it's used in a simple Spring Boot application. We use @SpringBootApplication annotation on our Application or Main class to enable a host of features e.g. Java-based Spring configuration, component scanning, and in particular for enabling Spring Boot's auto-configuration feature.

Top 5 Courses to learn Selenium for Beginners and Experienced Programmers - Best of Lot

Selenium is a popular choice for those interested in automating tests done in web browsers. It is an open-source tool and a Java framework, which means that it is free to use, redistribute, and even you can change what you want to make the software available to anyone who uses it. If you want to become an Automation tester or just want to learn Selenium in 2020 to add a new and in-demand skill in your resume, and looking for online courses then you have come to the right place Earlier, I have shared free courses to learn Selenium Web Driver and in this article, I am going to share 5 best Selenium online courses for beginners and experienced Programmers.

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

What is the Use of DispatcherServlet in Spring MVC Framework?

If you have worked with Spring MVC then you should know what is a DispatcherServlet? It's actually the heart of Spring MVC, precisely the C of MVC design pattern or Controller. Every single web request which is supposed to be processed by Spring MVC goes through DispatcherServlet. In general, its an implementation of Front Controller Pattern which provides a single point of entry in your application. It handles all incoming requests. It is also the bridge between Java and Spring. Btw, the DispatcherServlet is like any other Servlet is declared in the web.xml with a URL pattern but the only special thing is that the URL pattern for dispatcher servlet is enough to map every single web request to DispathcherServlert.