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Spring-Boot and Cache Abstraction with HazelCast

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Previously we got started with Spring Cache abstraction using the default Cache Manager that spring provides. Although this approach might suit our needs for simple applications, in case of complex problems we need to use different tools with more capabilities. Hazelcast is one of them. Hazelcast is hands down a great caching tool when it comes to a JVM based ...

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Spring boot and Cache Abstraction

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Caching is a major ingredient of most applications, and as long as we try to avoid disk access it will stay strong. Spring has great support for caching with a wide range of configurations. You can start as simple as you want and progress to something much more customizable. This would be an example with the simplest form of caching ...

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Integrate Spring Boot and EC2 using Cloudformation

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On a previous blog we integrated a spring boot application with elastic beanstalk. The application was a servlet based application responding to requests. On this tutorial we are going to deploy a spring boot application, which executes some scheduled tasks on an ec2 instance. The application will be pretty much the same application taken from the official spring guide with ...

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Spring Boot and Application Context Hierarchy

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Spring Boot supports a simple way of specifying a Spring application context hierarchy. This post is simply demonstrating this feature, I am yet to find a good use of it in the projects I have worked on. Spring Cloud uses this feature for creating a bootstrap context where properties are loaded up, if required, from an external configuration server which is made available ...

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Spring Boot and Application Context Hierarchy

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Spring Boot supports a simple way of specifying a Spring application context hierarchy. This post is simply demonstrating this feature, I am yet to find a good use of it in the projects I have worked on. Spring Cloud uses this feature for creating a bootstrap context where properties are loaded up, if required, from an external configuration server which is made available ...

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Build a CRUD Application with React, Spring Boot, and User Authentication

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Spring Boot and Thymeleaf: Reload templates and static resources without restarting the application

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Thymeleaf was designed around the concept of Natural Templates that allows static prototyping: template logic doesn’t affect the template from being used as prototype. Although this is a great technique, you may also want to see the results in a running Spring Boot application and without restarting the server each time you change Thymeleaf view. In addition, you may expect ...

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Making Spring Boot application run serverless with AWS

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In several previous posts I described how to setup your Spring Boot application and run it on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Although this is a great step to go from a physical server to one in the cloud there is an even better step possible! Going serverless. That means no costs for any server and no maintenance or configuring of servers! ...

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Recipe for getting started with Spring Boot and Angular 2

I am primarily a service developer who has to create some passable UI’s once in a while. I was adept at basic AngularJS1 based UI’s and could get stuff done by using an approach that I have outlined before. With the advent of Angular 2 I had to unfortunately throw my previous approach out of the window and now have an approach ...

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