Exciting things in Spring Boot 2

I looked at the release notes for Spring Boot 2.0.0.M1 not expecting a lot of exciting changes but was surprised by some compelling things. There is the usual “deprecated classes are removed” and “Dependency X .. READ MORE

Database Migrations in Flyway

The concept of data migrations has been around for a long time and in the past, they have been projects that are separated from the main project, mostly with SQL script to change the tables, .. READ MORE

ABAC or RBAC

Role Based Access Control (RBAC) has been around since the 1970s [1] and continues to be a well-accepted industry standard. However, with the arrival of Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) many companies are shifting their .. READ MORE

Real Time Data Methods

I have spent a few years building, and rebuilding a live-data service in my free time. I have progressed in many ways toward a solution that works for me. The goal was a wide-coverage webapp .. READ MORE

Getting started with Vuex

State management is all the rage. Having a centralized, reactive datastore for your webapp makes everything easier, regardless of the size of you app. I will concede that not every situation calls for state management. .. READ MORE

Object Partners Tech Trends

What was asked Recently we sent out a survey to all of our consultants to get a feel for what technologies are in use across our clients, we dug through the results of that survey to .. READ MORE

Building a Microservice Organization

The many advantages of microservices have been well documented. From better team scalability, flexible deployment models and increased reliability to higher-levels of isolation that enforce a better overall application design. However, moving from a traditional monolithic application to .. READ MORE

Android GeofencingAPI

Intro The Android GeofencingApi makes it easy to define a circular virtual fence around a point on a map and monitor for transitions as the device crosses the virtual fence line. I recently built an .. READ MORE