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Spring Boot Integration Testing with Selenium

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Web integration tests allow integration testing of Spring Boot application without any mocking. By using @WebIntegrationTest and @SpringApplicationConfiguration we can create tests that loads the application and listen on normal ports. This small addition to Spring Boot makes much easier to create integration tests with Selenium WebDriver. Test Dependencies The application that we will be testing is a simple Spring ...

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Integration testing on REST urls with Spring Boot

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We are building a Spring Boot application with a REST interface and at some point we wanted to test our REST interface, and if possible, integrate this testing with our regular unit tests. One way of doing this, would be to @Autowire our REST controllers and call our endpoints using that. However, this won’t give full converage, since it will ...

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Java Bootstrap: Dropwizard vs. Spring Boot

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How to get a production ready Java application off the ground in the shortest time possible? I’m not a morning person, so sometimes it takes a while for the “all systems are go” cue to kick in. This used to be true for Java applications until not too long ago, but unlike the invention of the snooze function on the ...

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Quick Start: Spring Boot and WildfFly 8.2 on OpenShift

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A really “Quick Start” with Spring Boot, WildFly and OpenShift as opposed to my last, more descriptive article. Prerequisite Before we can start building the application, we need to have an OpenShift free account and client tools installed. Step 1: Create WildFly application To create an application using client tools, type the following command: rhc create-app <app-name> jboss-wildfly-8 --scaling This ...

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Openshift: Build Spring Boot application on Wildfly 8.2.0 with Java 8

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OpenShift DIY cartridge is a great way to test unsupported languages on OpenShift. But it is not scalable (you can vote for Scalable DIY cartridge here) which makes it hard to use with production grade Spring Boot applications. But what if we deployed Spring Boot application to WildFly Application Server? Spring Boot can run with embedded servlet container like Tomcat ...

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Logging to Redis using Spring Boot and Logback

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When doing centralized logging, e.g. using Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana or Graylog2 you have several options available for your Java application. You can either write your standard application logs and parse those using Logstash, either consumed directly or shipped to another machine using something like logstash-forwarder. Alternatively you can write in a more appropriate format like JSON directly so the ...

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Getting started with Jersey and Spring Boot

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Along many new features, Spring Boot 1.2 brings Jersey support. This is great step to attract those developers who like the standard approach as they can now build RESTful APIs using JAX-RS specification and easily deploy it to Tomcat or any other Spring’s Boot supported container. Jersey with Spring platform can play an important role in the development of mico ...

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Creating a REST API with Spring Boot and MongoDB

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Spring Boot is an opinionated framework that simplifies the development of Spring applications. It frees us from the slavery of complex configuration files and helps us to create standalone Spring applications that don’t need an external servlet container. This sounds almost too good to be true, but Spring Boot can really do all this. This blog post demonstrates how easy ...

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