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Containerizing Spring Boot Applications with Buildpacks

Step 3: I have added a simple controller to test the application once we run the docker container of our Spring Boot app. Below is the controller code. package org.smarttechie.controller; import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.GetMapping; import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RestController; @RestController public class DemoController { @GetMapping public

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Build Reactive REST APIs with Spring WebFlux – Part3

Photo by Chris Ried on Unsplash In continuation of the last article, we will see an application to expose reactive REST APIs. In this application, we used, Spring Boot with WebFlux Spring Data for Cassandra with Reactive Support Cassandra Database

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Build Reactive REST APIs with Spring WebFlux – Part2

                            In continuation of the last post, in this article, we will see the reactive streams specification and one of its implementation called Project Reactor. Reactive Streams

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Are you ready to see GraphQL in action?

Demonstrate of GraphQL with Spring Boot

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Spring Boot Admin – Admin UI for administration of spring boot applications

               As part of microservices development, many of us are using Spring Boot along with Spring Cloud features. In the microservices world, we will have many Spring Boot applications which will be running on

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What most people are searching on google? Lets explore google hot trends…

                                                     In this article we will see an second example Spring batch application. To create

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Get Twitter Trends Using Spring Batch

                      In this article we will see a sample Spring Batch application. We will try to use Twitter Trends API to get the trends response and parse it. The below diagram depicts

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Spring Batch – A Batch Framework Introduction

                     In this article we will see Spring Batch, a batch framework built on top of Spring framework. Before getting into Spring Batch, let us understand What is batch programming? A

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Creating RESTful services using Spring

                                          Before spring supported REST, we used Jersy, RESTeasy, Restlet kind of frameworks to build the REST web services. From

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