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Author Archives: Siva Reddy

Katamreddy Siva Prasad is a Senior Software Engineer working in E-Commerce domain. His areas of interest include Object Oriented Design, SOLID Design principles, RESTful WebServices and OpenSource softwares including Spring, MyBatis and Jenkins.

Getting Started with SpringBoot in Intellij IDEA Community Edition

We can use Intellij IDEA Community Edition for working with SpringBoot applications as we don’t need support for configuring servers like Tomcat, Wildlfy etc and can simply run the applications by running main() method. However, there is no provision in Intellij IDEA Community Edition to create SpringBoot application directly, the way it supports in Ultimate Edition. We can go to ...

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SpringBoot : Working with MyBatis

MyBatis is a SQL Mapping framework with support for custom SQL, stored procedures and advanced mappings. SpringBoot doesn’t provide official support for MyBatis integration, but MyBatis community built a SpringBoot starter for MyBatis. You can read about the SpringBoot MyBatis Starter release announcement at http://blog.mybatis.org/2015/11/mybatis-spring-boot-released.html and you can explore the source code on GitHub https://github.com/mybatis/mybatis-spring-boot. Create a SpringBoot Maven project ...

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SpringBoot : Working with JOOQ

In my previous article SpringBoot : Working with MyBatis  we have learned how to use SpringBoot MyBatis Starter to quickly get up and running with Spring and MyBatis. In this article we are going to learn about how to use SpringBoot JOOQ Starter. JOOQ (Java Object Oriented Querying) is a persistence framework which embraces SQL. JOOQ provides the following features: Building ...

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SpringBoot : Working with JdbcTemplate

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Spring provides a nice abstraction on top of JDBC API using JdbcTemplate and also provides great transaction management capabilities using annotation based approach. First let’s take a quick look at how we generally use Spring’s JdbcTemplate (without SpringBoot) by registering DataSource, TransactionManager and JdbcTemplate beans and optionally we can register DataSourceInitializer bean to initialize our database. @Configuration @ComponentScan @EnableTransactionManagement @PropertySource(value ...

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How SpringBoot AutoConfiguration magic works?

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In my previous post Why SpringBoot? we have looked at how to create a SpringBoot application. But you may or may not understand what is going on behind the scenes. You may want to understand the magic behind the SpringBoot’s AutoConfiguration. But before that you should know about Spring’s @Conditional feature based on which all the SpringBoot’s AutoConfiguration magic depends. ...

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Why SpringBoot?

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aSpring is a very popular Java based framework for building web and enterprise applications. Unlike many other frameworks which focuses on only one area, Spring framework provides a wide verity of features addressing the modern business needs via its portfolio projects. Spring framework provides flexibility to configure the beans in multiple ways such as XML, Annotations and JavaConfig. With the ...

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Retrying Method Execution using Spring AOP

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One of my blog follower sends an email asking me to show an example of  “RealWorld Usage of Spring AOP”. He mentioned that in most of the examples the usage of Spring AOP is demonstrated for logging method entry/exit or Transaction management or Security checks. He wanted to know how Spring AOP is being used in “Real Project for Real Problems”. ...

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Creating Custom SpringBoot Starter for Twitter4j

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SpringBoot provides lot of starter modules to get up and running quickly. SpringBoot’s auto-configure mechanism takes care of configuring SpringBeans on our behalf based on various criteria. In addition to the springboot starters that comes out-of-the-box provided by Core Spring Team, we can also create our own starter modules. In this post we will look into how to create a ...

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My Development Environment Setup on Linux

As I mentioned in my previous post Thinking of moving from Windows to Linux? I am moving from Windows to Linux. Setting up my development environment is a bit tedious because I have to hunt down the applications and execute various commands to setup. So I thought of make a note of them in a post so that it will ...

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A Developers Perspective on Spring vs JavaEE

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In Java community Spring vs JavaEE is a never ending debate. In such debates people form two groups consisting of evangelists, architects and hard core fans of one platform and debate endlessly. Those who participate in the debates may be architects who are responsible for platform selection. But what would developers think about this Spring vs JavaEE debate? I am ...

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