Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in New York City in advance of QCon NYC next week talking to customers and working with the local Pivotal Labs team. If you’re around be sure to say hi and let’s talk code.
So, as usual, we’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it.
- Our pal Nicolas Frankel’s put together an awesome post on modularizing configuration for integration testing with Spring
- Spring Cloud co-lead Spencer Gibb just announced that Spring Cloud Consul 1.0.0.M1 is now available
- Don’t miss Jamie O’Meara’s upcoming webinar on continuous integration with Jenkins, Spring and Cloud Foundry
- Check out Phil Dutson’s upcoming webinar on moving
.jspand JSTL pages to Thymeleaf
- Spring Integration lead Gary Russell just announced Spring Integration 4.2M1 is now available
- check out the replay of Marten Deinum’s awesome talk that looks at how to modernize legacy applications with Spring
- Janne Valkealahti just announced that Spring Statemachine 1.0.0.M2 has been released.
- our pal Eugen Paraschiv did an interesting survey on Spring and Java 8’s latest adoption numbers
- our pal Rafal Borowiec did a great post on using the amazing Groovy language to simplify Integration testing
- Yoichi Kikuchi put together a Japanese-language look at using Spring Boot and MyBatis
- Kazuhira put together a Japanese-language post on using Hibernate, the Spring Cache abstraction, and RedHat’s Infinispan distributed data grid together
- The JavaTechPoint blog has a super simple look at using Spring Boot
- Christoph Deppisch put together a nice post on testing Apache Camel solutions with Spring
- Arvind Rai put together a nice look at using Spring Quartz 2 support with Java configuration