Posts within the Tutorials category

Featured image for "Setting up Kubernetes with Amazon EKS"

Setting up Kubernetes with Amazon EKS

In this tutorial I will be setting up a Kubernetes cluster on Amazon EKS and enable the Kubernetes dashboard on it.

Featured image for "How to fix services registering as localhost on Eureka"

How to fix services registering as localhost on Eureka

If you used Eureka before, you may have noticed that services sometimes register as localhost in stead of the prefered servers hostname. In this tutorial I'll explain why that happens and how to fix it.

Featured image for "Testing code using Spring's WebClient"

Testing code using Spring's WebClient

Since Spring 5, RestTemplate went into maintenance mode and WebClient became the way to go. In this tutorial I'll show how you can write tests for code using WebClient.

Featured image for "Deploying your Spring boot application to AWS with Terraform"

Deploying your Spring boot application to AWS with Terraform

In this tutorial I'll deploy a simple Spring boot application on AWS by using Terraform.

Featured image for "Generating social cards with Gatsby"

Generating social cards with Gatsby

I always wanted some cool looking social cards, and in this tutorial I'll cover how you can automatically generate them for your posts with Gatsby."

Featured image for "Do I need an interface with Spring boot?"

Do I need an interface with Spring boot?

In this blog post, we discover whether we have to use an interface when writing services with Spring boot.

Featured image for "Building microservices with Micronaut and GraalVM"

Building microservices with Micronaut and GraalVM

In this tutorial, I'll build a microservice from scratch with Micronaut.

Featured image for "Uploading files with Spring and GraphQL"

Uploading files with Spring and GraphQL

In this tutorial I'll cover how you can upload files using Spring boot and GraphQL.

Featured image for "Mastering Spring boot Actuator"

Mastering Spring boot Actuator

In this tutorial I'll cover why Spring boot actuator allows you to write proper production-grade Spring boot applications.

Featured image for "Creating your own nodes with Gatsby"

Creating your own nodes with Gatsby

So far, we’ve seen how to use WordPress, Craft CMS and JSON data with Gatsby, but what if you want to use other data with Gatsby, which isn…