Spring

Configuring CSRF/XSRF with Spring Security

Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF, sometimes also called XSRF) is an attack that can trick an end-user using a web application to unknowingly execute actions that can compromise security.

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AOP with Spring (Boot)

What is AOP? Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) is a programming paradigm aiming to extract cross-cutting functionalities, such as logging, into what’s known as “Aspects”.

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Handling Timezones in a Spring Boot Application

It is common to encounter applications that run in different time zones. Handling date and time operations consistently across multiple layers of an application can be tricky.

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Configuring CORS with Spring Boot and Spring Security

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is an HTTP-header-based mechanism that allows servers to explicitly allowlist certain origins and helps bypass the same-origin policy.

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Reactive Architecture with Spring Boot

Microservices are meant to be adaptable, scalable, and highly performant so that they can be more competitive to the other products in the market.

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Getting Started with Spring Boot

In this article, we will build a production-grade application with Spring Boot. After understanding the use case and requirements, we will implement the application layer by layer.

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