Frequently Asked Questions for Spring Boot
A Spring Boot assessment is a set of tests or evaluations that are used to assess the skills and knowledge of a candidate who is applying for a role that involves working with Spring Boot.
The purpose of the assessment is to determine whether the candidate has the necessary skills and expertise to be successful in the role and to contribute to the development of Spring Boot-based applications. This test assesses candidates’ ability to use SpringBoot for user applications and Java-related concepts.
- Full Stack Developer
- Spring Developer
- Web Developer
- Dependency Injection
- Factory Bean
- Spring With Rest
- AOP and Configurations
- Creating a new Spring-based application: Spring Boot provides a number of tools and features that make it easier to create a new Spring-based application, including support for creating a new project from scratch and generating starter templates for common application types.
- Configuring and managing a Spring-based application: Spring Boot includes a number of tools and features that make it easier to configure and manage a Spring-based application, including support for externalized configuration, automatic configuration, and monitoring and management tools.