Spring Boot

Using Elasticsearch with Spring Boot

Elasticsearch is built on top of Apache Lucene and was first released by Elasticsearch N.V. (now Elastic) in 2010. According to the website of Elastic, it is a distributed open-source search and analytics engine for all types of data, including textual, numerical, geospatial, structured, and unstructured.

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Building Reusable Mock Modules with Spring Boot

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a codebase that is cut into loosely coupled modules, with each module having a dedicated set of responsibilities?

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Getting Started with Spring Data Specifications

If you are looking for a better way to manage your queries or want to generate dynamic and typesafe queries then you might find your solution in Spring Data JPA Specifications.

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12 Factor Apps with Spring Boot

The Twelve-Factor App is a set of guidelines for building cloud-native applications. By cloud-native, we will mean an application that is portable across environments, easy to update, and scalable enough to take advantage of the elastic capabilities of the cloud.

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Full-Text Search with Hibernate Search and Spring Boot

If you want to integrate extensive full-text search features in your Spring Boot application without having to make major changes, Hibernate Search may be a way to go.

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Component Scanning with Spring Boot

In this article, we’ll look at Spring component scanning and how to use it. We’ll be using a Spring Boot application for all our examples throughout this article.

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