Spring Tips: Season 4 Recap
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Hi, Spring fans! We’re at the end of another season of Spring Tips. I’ll be back in a few months with even more Spring Tips, and we’ll continue our journey through aspects of the ecosystem large and small. This season, as with all seasons, has been fun for me to put together. It is a mix of brand new stuff and older stuff that we get to review in a new light. As always, I do these for you and am eager to hear about what regions of Springdom you’d like illuminated.
Anyway, here’s a recap of the things we’ve looked at in previous installments from seasons 1-4. Enjoy!
- Functional Reactive Endpoints with Spring Framework 5.0
- Spring Integration
- The Kotlin Programming Language
- Circuit Breakers
- Spring Aware Beans
- Spring Cloud Stream
- Spring Cloud Data Flow
- Cloud Foundry
- Bootiful Dashboards
- Demystifying Bootiful Magic
- Spring Batch
- Distributed Tracing with Zipkin
- Programmatic Bean Registration in Spring Framework 5
- Server Sent Events (SSE)
- the Spring Web Flux Reactive Client
- Servlet Container Deployment Options
- The Spring Framework *Utils Classes
- Creating a Spring Security OAuth Auth Service
- Reactive WebSockets with Spring Framework 5
- Bootiful, Reactive Scala
- Bootiful JAX-RS
- Spring Cloud Contract (HTTP)
- Spring Shell
- Bootiful Kotlin Redux
- Spring Boot Build Plugin
- Bootiful Testing
- Spring Cloud Gateway
- Spring Tool Suite 4
- Bootiful Banners
- Spring Cloud Stream Kafka Streams
- Spring Security 5 OAuth Clients
- Project Riff and Spring Cloud Function
- Metrics Collection in Spring Boot 2 with Micrometer
- Spring Statemachine
- The Cloud Foundry Java Client
- Apache Camel
- Spring Fu
Thanks for watching, and, as always, we’ll see you next time!
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