Webinar Replay: Improving your (legacy) Application with Spring

Speaker: Marten Deinum

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/mdeinum/improving-legacy-applications-with-spring

Source Code: https://github.com/mdeinum/legacy-app

Spring has been around since the release of “J2EE Design and Development” in 2002. Spring and Java have evolved quite a bit since that time. In those years a lot of applications have been developed. All those "legacy" applications that are around have proven their value and that is why they lasted. In this session we will explore how we can improve our legacy applications by doing some refactoring or redesign (component based development) but also by introducing (newer) Spring IO technologies.


Spring Integration 4.2 Milestone 1 is Available

We are pleased to announce that the first milestone of Spring Integration 4.2 is now available (4.2.0.M1).

This release includes:

  • A significant overhaul of the JMX support in the framework, providing performance and other improvements when JMX is enabled
  • A preview of STOMP client-side channel adapters based on the support in Spring Framework 4.2
  • A mongodb metadata store
  • @SecuredChannel annotation
  • Conditional Pollers - the polling interval can be adjusted dynamically, based on the results of (or before executing) the current poll
  • Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) support in the http inbound gateway
  • Many internal improvements

Webinar: JSTL to Thymeleaf: Transitioning Your Template

Speaker: Phil Dutson, ICON Heath and Fitness

Thymeleaf is a fantastic template engine that can help you create sites faster and get code shipped. There exists however a problem, using th e template engine requires a mind-shift in how to get "normal" tasks accomplished. This leaves many developers in the lurch and frustrated. In this talk I will cover the common pitfalls that developers can avoid and give examples on how to solve the common problems encountered when switching from the venerable JSTL to Thymeleaf.


Webinar: CI on the Cloud with Jenkins, Spring and Cloud Foundry

CI on the Cloud with Jenkins, Spring and Cloud Foundry

Speaker: Jamie O’Meara, Pivotal

This presentation will highlight an integrated development process that involves Spring code built with CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise and deployed to CloudFoundry. A software lifecycle of continuous delivery from source code control (Git) to Jenkins build (Maven and Gradle) to live deployment on a Cloud Foundry instance will be shown. We will demo using Jenkins to do a blue/green application deployment. With a Cloud Foundry blue/green Jenkins deployment, you can push a new version of the application and have a software router add that to an existing version of the application's route. The two versions are then load-balanced, allowing for testing of the new version and easy replacement or fall-back to the existing version. Developers can run builds on private and public clouds with deploy to either/both Jenkins running on a PaaS and integrated into the PaaS. We will run a hands-on demo and show the beauty and simplicity of an integrated build pipeline with Spring, Jenkins and Cloud Foundry.