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Utilizing WebJars in Spring Boot
development with Spring Boot as we explore another built-in capability. My previous post included the following excerpt from the source code for WebMvcAutoConfiguration which illustrates how static resources are automatically added to a Spring MVC ResourceHandlerRegistry when using Spring Boot. @Override
Webinar Replay: Spring Integration done Booti-fully
scheduling? Utilizing Spring Boot and Spring Integration you will see how to create an application with a scheduler that will retrieve data from a web service, cleanse and emit the data via MQTT. Then you'll see how to create an application, also written using Spring Boot and Spring Integration, that will
Upgrading start.spring.io to Spring Boot 2
Spring Boot 2 was released recently and the production instance of Spring Initializr (start.spring.io) was upgraded to Spring Boot 2 the same day. In this post, I’d like to walk you through the process of upgrading a Spring Boot 1.x app to Spring Boot 2. Release notes and migration guide A good first
Spring Tips: the Spring Boot Build Plugin
Speaker: Josh Long Hi Spring fans! In this installment of Spring Tips, we’ll look at the Spring Boot build plugin, “fat” .jars, executable .jars, and “thin” .jars.
Spring Boot Support in Spring Tool Suite 3.6.4
Spring Boot STS Tutorial Spring Tool Suite 3.6.4 was just released last week. This blog post is a tutorial demonstrating some of the new features STS provides to create and work with Spring Boot applications. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to: create a Simple Spring Boot Application with STS launch
Webinar: Simplifying Spring with Spring Boot
starting out with Spring and want a quick way to learn the basics without manually downloading and installing half the Internet? In this webinar Phil Webb will demonstrate how Spring Boot can take you from zero to Spring with minimal fuss. We will look at how you can rapidly prototype Spring applications
Spring Boot – Simplifying Spring for Everyone
provide a command line tool that runs ‘spring scripts’. The diagram below shows Spring Boot as a point of focus on the larger Spring ecosystem. It presents a small surface area for users to approach and extract value from the rest of Spring: The primary goals of Spring Boot are: To provide a radically faster
Spring Boot 1.x EOL Aug 1st 2019
to an end, and for the 1.x line of Spring Boot that means we will need to cease maintenance twelve months from today, on Aug 1st 2019. We will keep publishing occasional 1.5.x maintenance releases up until that point and will then end the branch. Existing Spring Boot 1.x users should plan accordingly
New tutorial about Spring Boot and Kotlin
leveraging these features and following best practices: https://spring.io/guides/tutorials/spring-boot-kotlin/ Topics covered are: How to create a Spring Boot 2 project in Kotlin Understanding the build configuration Testing with JUnit 5: integration tests, @WebMvcTest + mocking Persistence with JPA and data
Testing auto-configurations with Spring Boot 2.0
Auto-configuration is one of the most powerful features of Spring Boot. Tests for auto-configuration classes usually follow the same pattern. Most tests start up an ApplicationContext with the auto-configuration class under test and depending on the test, also load additional configuration to simulate