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Make TodoService a @ServiceStep 11: Architecture of Web ApplicationsStep 12: Session vs Model vs Request – @SessionAttributesStep 13: Add new todoStep 14: Display Todos in a table using JSTL TagsStep 15: Bootstrap for Page Formatting using webjarsStep 16: Let’s delete a TodoStep 17: Format Add Todo Page and Adding Basic HTML5 form validationStep 18: Part 1 Validations with Hibernate Validator – Using Command BeanStep 18: Part 2 Using JSR 349 ValidationsStep 19: Updating a todoStep 20: Let’s add a Target Date for Todo – Use initBinder to Handle Date FieldsStep 21: JSP Fragments and Navigation BarStep 22: Preparing for Spring SecurityStep 23: Initial Spring Security SetupStep 24: Refactor and add Logout Functionality using Spring SecurityStep 25: Exception HandlingStep 26: Adding Dependencies for JPA and H2Step 27: Configuring H2 ConsoleStep 28: Create Todo Entity and JPA RepositoryStep 29: Insert Todo using JPA RepositoryStep 30: Update, Delete and Retrieve Todos using JPA RepositoryStep 31: Data initialization with data.sqlStep 32: Connecting JPA to other databasesStep 33: Upgrading to Spring Boot 2 and Spring 5Spring Boot Deep Dive With a Small APIStep 01: Setup and Launch Spring Boot Application with Maven and EclipseStep 02: Creating your first RestControllerStep 03: Understanding Spring Boot Magic : Spring Boot Starter WebStep 04: Understanding Spring Boot Magic : Spring Boot Starter ParentStep 05: Spring Boot vs SpringStep 06: Create all Services for Survey and QuestionsStep 07: What is REST? 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