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Build a Cool Space Station Tracking App using Spring Boot

Track the International Space Station with our cool app using Spring Boot and Java
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 25m
Language: English
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Description

In this course we’ll be using Spring Boot and Java to build a backend app which pulls information from a third party API.  We’ll then display the location of the ISS on a map in a web browser using a little JavaScript.
This course is great for people who want to expand their Java skillset, use Spring Boot to provide backend REST API’s and to learn to connect to third party APIs to retrieve data.
Your finished app will be able to track the current location of the International Space Station and plot its movements on a map viewable in a web browser.

You will learn

✓ Build a cool ISS tracking app using Spring Boot and Java
✓ Create REST API endpoints using Spring Boot
✓ Connect to a third party API to retrieve real time data using Spring Boot
✓ Handle realtime tracking data
✓ Build out a JavaScript frontend browser app
✓ Work with the OpenMap API

Requirements

• Basic Java experience

This course is for

• All Java developers wanting to create a cool app to plot the movements of the International Space Station
Senior Java Consultant
I am an Oracle certified Java developer with around 15 years of professional Java software development experience working as a consultant mostly in financial services, trading and start up environments though Im proud to say started my programming career on a Commodore 64 back in 1982 to create games using a software package called White Lightning which was a combination of Fortran and a graphic design editor – pretty advanced for the 1980’s.
I love to learn new technologies and spend a large portion of my spare time on my Mac Book Pro hooked up to a few Raspberry Pi’s, or taking a deep dive in to a new framework to always be learning.
I mentor junior developers through the London Java Community’s Slack program and I try to get along to tech talks and presentations whenever I can.  I’m always happy to talk and discuss tech and best practices and I’m always keen to learn more from other like minded developers.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 25m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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