This Week in Spring - January 27th, 2015

Engineering | Josh Long | January 28, 2015 | ...

Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! As usual, we've got a lot to cover so let's get to it!

  1. Join Andy Wilkinson as he discusses REST API documentation, swagger, and more in a webinar on Tuesday, Feb 3rd - Documenting RESTful APIs
  2. Sabby Anandan is joining us for the Spring XD 1.1 launch webinar on Tuesday, Feb 17th - Spring XD: A Platform for data at scale and developer productivity
  3. Don't miss Rob Winch as he takes a fresh look at HTTPSession for the cloud. His webinar is on Tuesday, Feb 24th, 2015 Webinar: Introducing Spring Session
  4. I put together a look at 12-factor app-style backing service consumption in Spring, and using Cloud Foundry
  5. Check out this talk introducing system administration using Groovy from Netflix's Dan Woods
  6. Apache Tomcat contributors Stuart Williams and Daniel Mikusa's SpringOne2GX 2014 talk - Fastest Servlets in the West? - is now available online! Check it out!
  7. Check out Spring Social lead Craig Walls' SpringOne2GX 2014 talk, Booting up Spring Social, which introduces the various ways that Spring Boot simplifies (even further!) using Spring Social.
  8. Billy Yarosh put together a nice blog on using Spring HATEOAS.
  9. Are you following This Week in Cloud Foundry?
  10. Check out this nice post on integration testing with Spring Boot and RestAssured
  11. Our pal Mkyong is back, this time with a post on using Spring profiles!
  12. Florian Hohpf's post introduces logging to Redis using Spring Boot and Logback
  13. Want to use Quartz in Spring Boot? This StackOverflow was short and sweet and answers a question I've seen elsewhere about getting Quartz jobs working that used to work.
  14. Driss Amri put together anice introduction to using Spring Boot and Thymeleaf for modern web application development

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