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Getting more properties through Spring HATEOAS
HATEOAS is a standard (though they use the word constraint) on a REST-based architecture. The idea is that the client can find out about everything via hyperlinks in the responses. Spring has a good overview ...
Aug 30, 2016
Monitoring Grails Applications The Easy Way
Grails allows you to create RESTful APIs or Web applications much more quickly than other JVM frameworks. You may be surprised to know, though, that Grails also provides a number of handy features to help ...
Jul 26, 2016
JUnit 5 with Spring Boot (plus Kotlin)
This summer the JUnit team released a beta version of the next iteration, version five. This newest version adds a ton of new features that will be a welcome relief for JVM developers who have ...
May 4, 2016
Graylog with Spring Boot: Open source log and event analysis
One of the most difficult things to do in any application is find a way to make use of the mountains of logs that are generated, especially in a Production environment. Over the years a ...
Mapping JPA entities to external REST resources in spring-data-rest
Quickstart Clone the example project from github and run the following commands: ./gradlew bootRun curl http://localhost:8080/users curl http://localhost:8080/profiles   Great. What does it do? This example Spring Boot project, featuring spring-data-rest, demonstrates how you can ...
From POC To MPA
From POC To MPA This is a follow up to a previous proof of concept using Spring Boot with Pac4J and Spring Security showing how to allow a user to login to an application using ...
Spring Boot With (Pac4J) OAuth
Spring Boot With (Pac4J) OAuth This article is going to run through setting up a relatively simple application that utilizes Spring Boot, Thymeleaf and Pac4J Spring Security. The source code of where we end up ...
Intelligent microservice metrics with Spring Boot and Statsd
I’ve often heard the phrase “you can’t improve what you can’t measure.” When developing high-performance systems, this is especially true. Such systems typically have strict non functional requirements, such as requests/second and response time. When ...
Nebraska.Code() Conf Recap: Functional style!
This past weekend, I was able to attend and present at the 2015 Nebraska.Code() Conference in Lincoln, along with a few other Object Partners developers. With roughly 500 in attendance from presenters, to attendees, to sponsors, ...
Nov 18, 2014
UDP Server with Spring Boot and Reactor
UDP support was added to the 1.1.0 release of project Reactor, but the web has been pretty quiet about it since. There are some good existing technologies out there if you need to write a ...