Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of June 20, 2016.
Using Hibernate to manage relational data in a Spring web application is not only an extremely powerful and scalable approach, but also widely used. In this course, we’ll add a database to an animated GIF library, and discuss some more powerful features of Spring and Thymeleaf, such as HTML forms, file uploading, form validation, and flash messaging.
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In this workshop, we’ll discuss how to get up and running with user authentication and authorization using Spring Security. We’ll be storing user data, including names and passwords, in a database. Our Spring MVC app connects to the database using Hibernate. By the end of this course, you will have added user authentication to a simple task management application, allowing users to login, create new tasks, and mark & unmark them as complete.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to work with Views in Swift 2.2.
Local Storage is part of the Web Storage API, and allows you, as a developer, to store data in a user’s browser. Let’s learn how to use Local Storage and the Web API, then create a fun project to see it in action.
Django Class-based Views (July 2016)
Django view functions are simple and easy to use but sometimes you find yourself repeating a lot of the same work over and over. Luckily, Django also offers a way to create views as classes which can lead to cleaner, more reusable code. Class-based views have a lot of nooks and crannies, though, so let us show you around this powerful tool!
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