Check out our new tutorial -> React.js and Spring Data REST

Engineering | Greg L. Turnquist | December 15, 2015 | ...

Greetings Spring Community,

I hope you enjoyed my blog series on React.js + Spring Data REST. In that series, you got to build up a rich web app with hypermedia controls, conditional operations, messaging, and security.

To make things even better, that series has been bundled up and converted into a tutorial:

Some key updates made along the way:

  • require.js has been replaced with webpack as the JavaScript module builder/loader of choice
  • The code is upgraded to ES6. This means that some of JavaScript's newest features like classes, arrow functions, and more are being used.
  • bower has been replaced by npm as the package manager of choice

Hopefully, this tutorial will give you new ideas about building frontend/backend apps in the future based on the Spring portfolio.

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