Posts within the Java category

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Producing REST API's with Spring

Spring boot became quite popular as a framework for microservices. In this tutorial I will show you how to produce and consume REST API's with Spring boot.

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Handling forms with Spring Web and JSR-303

Handling forms is a common task in web development. In this article I'll demonstrate how to use Spring and JSR-303 bean validation to create proper forms.

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Internationalization (i18n) with Spring

In this article I will explain how you can use internationalization (i18n) to your Spring boot applications using properties and programmatical approaches.

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Mapping with Dozer

Dozer is a simple bean mapping framework, which allows you to convert an object of a specific type, to an object of another type.

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Mapping beans with MapStruct

Object mapping is a common practice in developing apps when you need to get across the different tiers. MapStruct is a framework for mapping objects.

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Handling errors with Spring MVC

When developing applications, error handling is a common job. With Spring MVC you can easily handle exceptions using a few annotations.

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JPA made easy with Spring data's repositories

With Spring Data it's very easy to create a simple CRUD application without the hassle of creating your own DAO's. Spring Boot makes it even easier for you.

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Writing your first Spring webapp with Spring Boot

Spring boot changed the Java and Spring landscape. In this tutorial I'll write a small Spring webapp in about 70 lines of Java code.

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Securing your REST API with Spring Security

In this tutorial I'm going to write a small REST API with Spring Boot and Spring Web MVC. Securing the application will be done with Spring Security.

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Testing modern web applications

There are a lot of aspects that have to be covered while testing modern web applications. In this tutorial series I would like to talk about these aspects.