Spring Boot + Angular 7 + Docker Resumable Chunk File Upload

Author(s): Spring Boot + Angular 7 + Docker Resumable Chunk File Upload

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Description:
Spring Boot + Angular 7 + Docker Resumable Chunk File Upload
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Created by: Senol Atac
Resumable concurrent parallel chunk file upload, video processing, Java, Spring Boot, Angular 7 and Docker, Liquibase What you’ll learn

File Upload
Chunk File Upload
Angular 7
Angular File Upload
Spring File Upload
Spring Chunk Handling
Spring With Angular 7
Spring Boot Application
Parallel Upload
Video Processsing
Video Upload
Capturing Video Frame
Nodejs
Docker
Docker Container
Dockerfile
Liquibase
Eclipse
Intellij

Requirements

Basic java knowledge
Basic Angular knowledge

Description

In this cource, we will learn resumable parallel chunk file upload. To do it, we will implement it on Spring Boot and Angular 7 application. In our lectures we will talk and learn about these topic:

Normal file upload

Chunk file upload

Concurrent file upload

Video file upload

Video processing

Capturing screenshot from video

Resumable file upload

Resume and pause file upload

If there is a problem on uploading process, how can we resume our file uploading…

File hashing

Finding file metadata and displaying it.

Docker implementation

Angular 7 client side

Spring boot server side

Docker commands definition

All infrastructure with just one command.

Lombok plugin

Eclipse

Intellij

I hope this cource will be so helpful for all level developers and learning skills will be used everytime…
Who this course is for:

Java developers curious about chunk file upload
Angular 7 developers curious about chunk file upload
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