SSM(Spring + SpringMVC + MyBatis) is a common Java enterprise development framework, It combines Spring, SpringMVC and MyBatis three frameworks together, making Java development more efficient and convenient.
If you want to learn SSM, follow these steps:
1, Learn the basic knowledge of Java: SSM is a Java development framework, so you need to master the basic knowledge of Java, including Java language, object-oriented programming, collection framework, IO stream, etc.
2, Master the Spring framework: Spring is the most core framework in SSM, so you need to understand the basic concepts of Spring framework, core features, IOC container, AOP programming, etc.
3. Master SpringMVC framework: SpringMVC is an MVC framework based on Spring, which is used for the development of Web applications. You need to learn the basic concepts, core features, controllers, view parsers, and more of the SpringMVC framework.
4. Master MyBatis framework: MyBatis is an excellent persistence layer framework, which is used to map Java objects to databases. You need to learn the basic concepts of MyBatis, core features, mapper, cache, etc.
5. Learn to integrate SSM frameworks: Finally, you need to learn how to integrate Spring, SpringMVC, and MyBatis frameworks to implement Java enterprise-class application development.
Before learning SSM, it is recommended that you learn Maven, because Maven is a common build tool and dependency management tool for Java applications, which can help you build and manage projects more easily.
With Maven, you can add third-party dependencies to a project, manage project builds and deployments, create and run tests, manage project releases, and more. Moreover, Maven automatically downloads and manages the various dependencies required by your project, so you don't have to manually download and manage those dependencies.
Master Maven's basic concepts, usage methods, configuration files, etc. You can learn about Maven by checking Maven's official documentation, reference books, and video tutorials. Once you've mastered Maven, it's much easier to develop Java enterprise applications using the SSM framework.