Complete E-Commerce Course – Java,Spring,Hibernate and MySQL
Step-by-step guide on how to develop a complete E-Commerce website with both front-end and back-end.
What Will I Learn?
- Know how to develop the basic modules for an E-Commerce website
know how to develop both front-end and back-end
Know how to use HTML, CSS to develop static page
- Know how to use bootstrap to prettify the page
- Know how to use Thymeleaf as template engine
- Know how to design a basic E-Commerce architecture
- Know how to use Spring Boot to develop backend
- know how to use the MVC pattern during development
- know how to use MySQL database
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This is a course about building a E-Commerce website using modern Java Full Stack technologies. Specifically, it’s about building an online bookstore.
It’s about bookstore, but the modules developed in the course is similar for all E-Commerce website. Those modules contains:
– User Signup and Login
– User profile management
– Product Management
– Shopping Cart
– Order checkout and order history
– Automatic email confirmation
As you can see, those modules are the basics for pretty much any E-Commerce website. Check out the preview lesson for a quick tour of the website!
From the architecture perspective, the system is divided into two parts – Bookstore and AdminPortal. Bookstore is the front-end website that customer will be using for submitting orders while AdminPortal is used for administration purpose. Presumably they will be running on two servers. The good side is the two apps are decoupled in some way so that they can be managed separately. The drawback would be that we need to maintain two copies of the code. We can see that throughout the course.
Why should I take this course?
Because you probably won’t find another course out there on similar topic with similar length and detail. This course covers a wide range of topics on building an e-commerce website . It is a step-by-step guide with most of the code hand typing.
There are students from my other courses complaining that if I copy and paste the code and then explain it, tough it can save some time, students will lose track and drive. That’s why I’m developing stuff in this course from scratch and step-by-step.
What does the technology stack look like ?
Will I get the source code?
Source code and database scripts are provided in the very beginning of the course. Besides, throughout each lesson (I would say most lessons), the source code will be provided to the progress of the lesson. Yet, I still suggest you to develop with me and take the source code as a reference.
What will I get by the end of the course?
This course shows an example of building an E-Commerce app from scratch. By the end of the course, you will get exposed to various topics and building modules that you need for a basic E-Commerce web app. With the hands-on practice, you will gain a lot of experience that is beyond just the theory. Nevertheless, you can potentially deploy this web app on Heroku as a showcase (see my other course on deploying Spring Boot app on Heroku). This will definitely be helpful during interview if you can showcase this app.
- Anyone interested in full stack development with Java
Created by Le Deng
Last updated 1/2017
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