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Spring Cloud – Basic setup

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Spring Cloud solves common problems of distributed systems. However, for someone who works only with widely known monolith applications jumping into the long list of patterns designed for distributed services might be quite overwhelming at the very beginning. This article will take you through the basics of Spring Cloud by taking a practical approach. After finishing, not only you should ...

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Java Command-Line Interfaces (Part 24): MarkUtils-CLI

The first post in this series on parsing command line arguments in Java featured the Apache Commons CLI library. This is one of the oldest and likely one of the most commonly used of the Java-based command-line parsing libraries covered in this series. Apache Commons CLI does show its age, especially when contrasted with some of the more modern Java-based ...

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A New Idea For Functions

Introduction Man, I’ve had this idea in my head for more than a month now (luckily I wrote it down, too), waiting until the day I wrote this post. I didn’t write it because I was busy with the move and new job, but now things are finally settling down! Here’s the thing: When you really dig into it, proper ...

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Java Command-Line Interfaces (Part 23): Rop

The Rop library is described on its main page as “a lightweight command line option parser written in Java.” The “Introduction” to Rop also states, “Rop is designed to be minimal meanwhile convenient, and to cover most usual command line parsing use cases.” This post is the twenty-third in this series on parsing command line arguments in Java and focuses ...

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Jackson JSON Parsing Error – UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field, not marked as ignorable [Solved]

While parsing JSON string received from one of our RESTful web services, I was getting this error “Exception in thread “main” com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.exc.UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field “person” (class Hello$Person), not marked as ignorable”. After some research, I found that this is one of the common error while parsing JSON document using Jackson open source library in Java application. The error messages say that ...

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Giveaway Alert: The New Google Pixel & Friends

Want to Level Up Your Smartphone Experience? Well, you have come to the right place! We are giving away The New Google Pixel & Friends Enter Now to Win a $977 Smartphone! Google is so much more than a search engine. But you knew that, didn’t you? Well, you may not have fully appreciated just how much Google has risen to ...

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Secure Spring Boot REST API using Basic Authentication

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This is the third post of my Spring Boot Blog post series. In the very first post, I talked about my experience with creating RESTFul Services using Spring Boot. Then I have expanded the sample to integrate with Swagger documentation. In this post, I am going to expand above sample with security aspect. What is API Security API Security is a ...

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Is Java Certification Worth It?

Gaining a certification in any profession always has its pros and cons, but it seems like in the world of technology there is even more turmoil. With such a demand for skilled tech workers, there are a number of routes into the industry including an academic certification approach and a more self-taught portfolio-based approach. But is Java certification worth pursuing ...

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