Posts tagged with Spring
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Testing your Spring Boot application with Selenium
Functional testing never has been easier with Spring Boot and FluentLenium, a wrapper framework for Selenium, using a fluent API.
Testing your Spring Data JPA repository
Spring Data allows you to create repositories by writing a simple interface. In this article I'll write some integration tests for a repository using DBUnit
Easy integration testing with Spring Boot and REST-Assured
Spring boot allows you to easily write an application, but it also provides the tools to run the application for using in integration tests.