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Spring Boot 0.5.0.M5 Released
automatically): @Grab("spring-boot-starter-actuator") @RestController class Example { @RequestMapping("/") String home() { [message: 'Hello World'] } } This app runs on its own, e.g. in the current directory if you use the spring shell script to launch it: $ spring run app.groovy ... (app
Spring Boot with Docker
clone it using Git: git clone https://github.com/spring-guides/gs-spring-boot-docker.git cd into gs-spring-boot-docker/initial Jump ahead to Set up a Spring Boot app. When you’re finished, you can check your results against the code in gs-spring-boot-docker/complete. Build with Gradle Build with Gradle
Spring Boot and OAuth2
login" using OAuth2 and Spring Boot. It starts with a simple, single-provider single-sign on, and works up to a self-hosted OAuth2 Authorization Server with a choice of authentication providers (Facebook or Github). The samples are all single-page apps using Spring Boot and Spring OAuth on the back end
Spring Boot Reference Guide
VIII. Build tool plugins 67. Spring Boot Maven Plugin 67.1. Including the Plugin 67.2. Packaging Executable Jar and War Files 68. Spring Boot Gradle Plugin 69. Spring Boot AntLib Module 69.1. Spring Boot Ant Tasks 69.1.1. spring-boot:exejar 69.1.2. Examples 69.2. spring-boot:findmainclass 69.2.1. Examples
Spring Python 1.1 book is published
The Spring Python 1.1 book is published! Spring Python takes the concepts of the Spring Framework and Spring Security, and applies them to the world of Python. In this book, you will be writing code using dependency injection, aspect oriented programming, data access, transaction management, remoting
Spring Boot 2.2.0 M5 available now
On behalf of the team and everyone that contributed, I am pleased to announce that the fifth milestone of Spring Boot 2.2 has been released and is available from our milestone repository. This release closes over 250 issues and pull requests. Thanks to all those who have contributed with issue reports
Spring Boot 2.2 M3 available now
to announce that the third milestone of Spring Boot 2.2 has been released and is available from our milestone repository. This release closes over 100 issues and pull requests. For a complete list of changes and upgrade instructions, please see the Spring Boot 2.2 Release Notes on the wiki and the updated
Lazy Initialization in Spring Boot 2.2
needed. Enabling Lazy Initialization It’s possible to enable lazy initialization in any version of Spring Boot if you’re happy to get your hands dirty and write a BeanFactoryPostProcessor. Spring Boot 2.2 just makes it easier via the introduction of a new property, spring.main.lazy-initialization (there
Spring Boot in a Container
consider. Here are some ideas: Use the spring-context-indexer (link to docs). It’s not going to add much for small apps, but every little helps. Don’t use actuators if you can afford not to. Use Spring Boot 2.1 and Spring 5.1. Fix the location of the Spring Boot config file(s) with spring.config.location
Spring Boot 2.1.0 RC1 available now
and upgrade instructions, see the Spring Boot 2.1.0.RC1 Release Notes on the WIKI. To get started with Spring Boot 2.1.0 RC1 and discover those new features, you can easily bootstrap a new project on start.spring.io. Thanks to everyone that has contributed to Spring Boot 2.1 so far! Project Page | GitHub