Spring

  • Building your own Slack bot

    There are many cool things one can do to leverage the power of Slack – private channels, embedding various content, searching all the messages from one place, sharing files and code, using some of the many available integrations or building one yourself. In this post I will focus on the last ...

  • Advanced config with configuration meta-data in Spring Boot

    After a short introduction to configuration meta-data and covering the basics in my previous post called Pimp your config with configuration meta-data in Spring Boot, it is time to take a look at how to take this one step further and further customize the configuration. In this post, I plan to present deprecation ...

  • Pimp your config with configuration meta-data in Spring Boot

    There were many updates released in the Spring Boot 1.3.0 but one of them stood out to me because I was not aware of this before and the state it got to makes it one really useful feature (unfortunately available only in Spring Boot as of writing this). I am talking about configuration ...

  • Spring Cloud AWS with proxy settings

    In my previous article, Spring and Amazon Web Services, I provided a brief introduction to Spring Cloud AWS module and what you as a developer can expect from it at this point in time. One thing that is not obvious from the official documentation is how to use this module when your ...

  • Spring and Amazon Web Services

    Amazon Web Services (or AWS) is nowadays one of the most common choices of the infrastructure and hardware providers to use and deploy to. Many Spring applications have tackled challenges of integrating the application infrastructure and the underlying layer. These in-house solutions differ in complexity and the degree of sophistication when ...

  • Spring Rest API with Swagger – Fine-tuning exposed documentation

    I tackled details of integration, documentation creation as well as exposition of documentation using Swagger and its module Swagger UI. One of obvious shortcomings that might be serious concern for people managing their API documentation is fine-grained control over what is published and what stays hidden. There are several reasons to decide to ...

  • Spring Rest API with Swagger – Exposing documentation

    Once you create API documentation it is important to make it available to the stakeholders. In ideal case, this published documentation would be flexible enough to account for any last-minute changes and also be easy to distribute (in terms of costs as well as time needed to accomplish this). To make this possible we ...

  • Spring Rest API with Swagger – Creating documentation

    The real key to making your REST API easy to use is good documentation. But even if your documentation is done well, you need to set your company processes right to publish it correctly and on time. Ensuring that stakeholders receive it on time is one thing, but you are also responsible for ...

  • Spring Rest API with Swagger – Integration and configuration

    Nowadays, exposed APIs are finally getting the attention they deserve and companies are starting to recognize their strategic value. However, working with 3rd party APIs can be really tedious work, especially when these APIs are not maintained, ill designed or missing any documentation. That’s why I decided to look around for ways to ...

  • Spring Professional Study Notes

    Before we get down to my own additions to existing resources mentioned in my certification guide post I would like to reiterate all resources that I used for my preparation:

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