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- Validating the input of your REST API with Spring 19/05/2015 In the next few weeks I will be writing a… (59)
- Using WebSockets with Spring, AngularJS and SockJS 05/10/2014 A while ago I wrote a tutorial about writing a… (42)
- Showing a loader with Angular 2 08/12/2016 We've already done quite a lot to get a working… (34)
- Easy integration testing with Spring Boot and REST-Assured 24/01/2015 In my previous article I explained how you could rapidly… (27)
- Testing your Spring Data JPA repository 16/02/2015 With Spring Data JPA, persisting data is quite easy. You… (25)
With Spring Data JPA, persisting data is quite easy. You no longer need to write complex DAO’s or repositories, no, all you need is an interface. If you look at my Spring Boot tutorial, you will see that by writing a few lines of code for creating our interface, we’re able to read, update, delete and […]
Caching is a very common operation when developing applications. Spring made a neat abstraction layer on top of the different caching providers (Ehcache, Caffeine, Guava, GemFire, …). In this article I will demonstrate how the cache abstraction works using Ehcache as the actual cache implementation.
One of the biggest misconceptions in Dojo is what module to choose to create a document-on-load event handler. In Dojo there are two modules that are commonly used, called dojo/ready and dojo/domReady. In this small tutorial I will explain you what the differences are and in what situation you should use them.
Last time, we made a simple pokédex overview, but we’re missing something on our overview… . Right now, we’re seeing only the first 20 pokémons, and we have no way to view any other pokémon. So let’s change that!
In the past couple of weeks I’ve written a few simple applications using Spring boot. With Spring MVC it’s also quite easy to serve REST API’s. In this article I’ll show you how to create such a REST API and how to consume one using RestTemplate.