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Exposing HTTP Restful API with Inbound Adapters. Part 1 (XML)

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1. Introduction The purpose of this post is to implement an HTTP Restful API using Spring Integration HTTP inbound adapters. This tutorial is divided into two parts:               XML configuration example (this same post). Java DSL example. This will be explained in the next part of this tutorial, showing how to configure the application ...

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Message Processing with Spring Integration

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Spring Integration provides an extension of the Spring framework to support the well-known Enterprise Integration Patterns. It enables lightweight messaging within Spring-based applications and supports integration with external systems. One of the most important goals of Spring Integration is to provide a simple model for building maintainable and testable enterprise integration solutions.             Main Components ...

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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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Spring MVC 4 Quickstart Maven Archetype Improved

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Spring Boot allows getting started with Spring extremely easy. But there are still people interested in not using Spring Boot and bootstrap the application in a more classical way. Several years ago, I created an archetype (long before Spring Boot) that simplifies bootstrapping Spring web applications. Although Spring Boot is already some time on the market, Spring MVC 4 Quickstart ...

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Creating a REST API with Spring Boot and MongoDB

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This year I greeted Christmas in a different fashion: I was a part of the Java Advent Calendar. Let’s boot up for Christmas: 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 ...

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Spring Data JPA Tutorial: Getting the Required Dependencies

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Before we can create an application that uses Spring Data JPA, we need to get the required dependencies. This blog post identifies the required components and describes how we can get them by using Maven. Let’s get started. Additional Reading: If you are not familiar with Spring Data JPA, you should read the following blog post before you continue reading ...

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Spring RestTemplate with a linked resource

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Spring Data REST is an awesome project that provides mechanisms to expose the resources underlying a Spring Data based repository as REST resources. Exposing a service with a linked resource Consider two simple JPA based entities, Course and Teacher:           @Entity @Table(name = "teachers") public class Teacher { @Id @GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.AUTO) @Column(name = "id") private ...

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Spring request-level memoization

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Introduction Memoization is a method-level caching technique for speeding-up consecutive invocations. This post will demonstrate how you can achieve request-level repeatable reads for any data source, using Spring AOP only.         Spring Caching Spring offers a very useful caching abstracting, allowing you do decouple the application logic from the caching implementation details. Spring Caching uses an application-level ...

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Spring Data JPA Tutorial: Introduction

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Creating repositories that use the Java Persistence API is a cumbersome process that takes a lot of time and requires a lot of boilerplate code. We can eliminate some boilerplate code by following these steps:                 Create an abstract base repository class that provides CRUD operations for entities. Create the concrete repository class ...

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