The Spring Framework has come a long way. Nowadays, it is way easier to start a Java project with the Spring Framework using Spring Boot. In the past, we used
This post demonstrates how to use @Value that has both a configurable default value and a hard-coded final fallback value.
This post demonstrates how to render an XML to a file from a given XML template using Spring Boot and Thymeleaf.
This post demonstrates how to embed an ActiveMQ instance in Spring Boot and produce/consume messages with a simple example.
Using @Conditional with @Configuration in Spring allows us to group @Bean objects that are loaded on a specific condition without resorting to using @Profile and too many @Bean/@Conditional.
In this post, we’ll show how to build, and deploy Spring Boot applications in IBM Bluemix using DevOps,
This post demonstrates how to convert your Spring Boot web application to a deployable WAR file for Tomcat.
This post demonstrates how loading data from an SQL script for a particular database platform. This is ideal for development stage when you need some seed data to fill in existing database tables.
This post demonstrates a basic use-case for using Apache Camel with Spring Boot – copy a file to another directory. This basic example will enable you to understand other concepts.
I’m working on some personal project that handles 4 different user types (e.g., students, instructors, registrar employees, security personnel). Each user type are stored in a separate user table. With this, I require four (4) login forms.