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Microservices for Java Developers: Introduction

1. Introduction Microservices, microservices, microservices … One of the hottest topics in the industry nowadays and the new shiny thing everyone wants to be doing, often without really thinking about the deep and profound transformations this architectural style requires both from the people and organization perspectives. In this tutorial we are going to talk about practical microservice architecture, starting from ...

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Implementing White-Labelling

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Sometimes (very often in my experience) you need to support white-labelling of your application. You may normally run it in a SaaS fashion, but some important or high profile clients may want either a dedicated deployment, or an on-premise deployment, or simply “their corner” on your cloud deployment. White-labelling normally includes different CSS, different logos and other images, and different ...

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Build a Photo Gallery PWA with Spring Boot, JHipster, and React

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“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Java Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. At its core, React is just a UI toolkit, ala GWT, but it has a very healthy ecosystem around it that provides everything you need to build ...

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Build a Serverless “Hello World” Function

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Serverless, Function as a Service (FaaS) or just cloud functions allows you to write code that will run in the cloud. You can use a number of different languages such as JavaScript (Node.js), Swift, Python, Java, PHP and others to write the function code.  What’s nice is that you don’t need to worry about servers, containers, deployment, etc. You write ...

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Objectives & Accountability vs Responsibility & Autonomy, Part 2

I explained about objectives and the differences between MBOs and OKRs in Part 1. I’m tackling the issues of “accountability” in this part. Examine Accountability What does accountability mean to you? I’m serious about that question. For many people—managers included—people are accountable when we can blame them for not doing something. If you don’t achieve one of your MBOs, your ...

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Kotlin DSL: from Theory to Practice

I’ll try to explain the language syntax as simple as possible, however, the article still appeals to developers who consider Kotlin as a language for custom DSL building. At the end of the article I’ll mention Kotlin drawbacks worth taking into account. The presented code snippets are relevant for Kotlin version 1.2.0 and are available on GitHub. What is DSL? ...

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