List/Grid Tag Archives: Spring Social

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Adding Social Sign In to a Spring MVC Web Application: Unit Testing

Spring Social 1.0 has a spring-social-test module which provides support for testing Connect implementations and API bindings. This module was removed from Spring Social 1.1.0, and ...
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Tweeting StackExchange Questions with Spring Social

1. Introduction This is the third and final article about a small side-project – a bot that automatically tweets Questions from various Q&A StackExchange sites on specialized ...
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Spring Social Twitter Setup

In the first part of this series, we looked at how we could consume the StackExchange REST API in order to retrieve its top questions. This second part will focus on setting up the ...
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Customize Spring Social Connect Framework For MongoDB

In my previous post, I talked about the first challenge I had was to change the data model and add the connection framework. Here I want to give more details about how I did it. Spring ...
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Tweeting StackExchange with Spring Social – part 1

This article will cover a quick side-project – a bot to automatically tweet Top Questions from the various Q&A StackExchange sites, such as StackOverflow, ServerFault, SuperUser, ...
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Getting Started with Spring Social – Part 2

A few weeks ago I wrote a post demonstrating what I thought was the simplest application you could write using Spring Social. This application read and displayed a Twitter user’s ...
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Getting Started with Spring Social

Like me, you will not have failed to notice the current rush to ‘socialize’ applications, whether it’s adding a simple Facebook ‘Like’ button, a whole bunch of ‘share’ ...
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