Spring Boot

Getting Started with Apache Camel and Spring Boot

Apache Camel is an integration framework with a programming model for integrating a wide variety of applications. It is also a good fit for microservice architectures where we need to communicate between different microservices and other upstream and downstream systems like databases and messaging systems.

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Working with AWS DynamoDB and Spring

AWS DynamoDB is a NoSQL database service available in AWS Cloud. DynamoDB provides many benefits starting from a flexible pricing model, stateless connection, and a consistent response time irrespective of the database size.

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Testing with Spring Boot’s @TestConfiguration Annotation

A unit test is used to verify the smallest part of an application (a “unit”) independent of other parts. This makes the verification process easy and fast since the scope of the testing is narrowed down to a class or method.

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Getting Started With AWS RDS and Spring Cloud

Amazon Relational Database Service (AWS RDS) is a relational database service available in AWS Cloud. The Spring Framework always had good support for database access technologies built on top of JDBC.

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Sending HTTP requests with Spring WebClient

In Spring 5, Spring gained a reactive web framework: Spring WebFlux. This is designed to co-exist alongside the existing Spring Web MVC APIs, but to add support for non-blocking designs.

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Getting Started With AWS SQS and Spring Cloud

Spring Cloud is a suite of projects containing many of the services required to make an application cloud-native by conforming to the 12-Factor principles.

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