Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! How’re you doing? I’m doing well! I hope you’re doing well, too. Can you believe we’ve just entered the month of June 2021? WHERE HAS THIS YEAR GONE ALREADY! It’s insane. But, the march of Spring continues, and with each passing week a ton of new stuff to talk about arrives. Let’s get into it!
- In last week’s episode of A Bootiful Podcast, I talked to Micrometer-lead Tommy Ludwig
- Announcing the general availability of the Azure Spring Cloud Terraform provider
- Cool to see an Azure Spring Cloud success story in the MSBuild keynote
- Get your reactive microservices to Kubernetes with Spring Boot and JHipster
- Michael Coté asks on Twitter: What’s an API Gateway and why would you use it? Also, what does “business value” mean here? See the full interview with Rita Marinachi, Chris Sterling, and me to hear even more and also a how API gateways fit with service meshes.
- Providing useful API error messages with Spring Boot
- Spring Cloud 2020.0.3 (aka Ilford) Is Available
- Spring Cloud Gateway for Kubernetes lead Chris Sterling on Redmonk
- Spring Microservices Security Best Practices
- Spring PetClinic Data JDBC upgraded to Java 16. Records do make a difference
- Check out this terminal application for the Spring Initializr: Spring Starter Terminal
- This is a reasonable JUnit test runner that hides the green test result logs so as to bring the errors to sharp relief
- I found this old comic book about the amazing adventures of Java mascot Duke, and it is well worth a read: jcp-ec/AmazingAdventuresOfDuke.pdf at master · jcp-org/jcp-ec · GitHub
- this is an interesting blog on sending HTTP requests with