Get yourself trained on Accelerated Spring Boot with this Online Training Accelerated Spring Boot With MongoDB.
Online Training Accelerated Spring Boot With MongoDB
Spring Boot and MongoDB are among the most popular technologies in the Java ecosystem. Mongo databases are being more and more adopted in Java web apps. Therefore, there is a big demand for building Spring Boot applications that use a Mongo database. This course will teach you how to build a Spring Boot application using MongoDB from scratch. You will understand the core features of the Spring Data Mongo library and how to use them in practice to implement the persistence logic needed in modern Java applications. This course is code based. You will start from an empty application and gradually implement all the database features. By the end of this course you will know how to use MongoDB in your Java projects using the Spring Framework.Covered topics :Spring Spring Framework Spring Boot Spring Data Mongo No SQL MongoDB Java
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