This Week in Spring: Spring Tips, Releases, and Tutorials
It might be getting close to the Holiday Season, but there's no shortage of news in the world of Spring.
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Hi, Spring fans and welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! Today, I concluded my brief time in Paris, France, for the epic SpringOne Tour event, and I'll be off to Milan, Italy, in about 12 hours where I'll be speaking at the Milano JUG Wednesday night. Ci saro presto, Milano!
Tomorrow, we'll have the first installment of season 5 of Spring Tips available, so be sure to check this space soon and every Wednesday until we've exhausted all 11 episodes!
- There's a lot to love in the new Spring Tool Suite 4 release!
- Spring Session Bean-SR1 and Apple-SR7 Released
- Spring Boot 2.1.1 available now
- Spring Boot 2.0.7 available now
- Want to learn the ways that Pivotal Cloud Foundry supports you on Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
- Check out the Spring IO Platform Brussels-SR15!
- Spring Security 5.1.2, 5.0.10, 4.2.10 is out now.
- Spring Boot 1.5.18 available now!
- Check this out! This Month in RabbitMQ, Dec 4, 2018
- Check out these new Spring Security first-timer issues.
- I dig Maciej Walkowiak's walkthrough of developing a complete, reactive Spring application with Spring WebFlux, Spring Data Redis, Test Containers, Lombok, and, of course, Spring Boot
- Matt Raible's published the slides from his "Bootiful Development with Spring Boot and Vue" talk this evening.
- Not strictly related to Spring, but still interesting — it's a French-language post on observing Java applications with Metricbeat and Jolokia over on the Elastic blog. Check it out!
- This is an oldie-but-a-goodie over on JavaWorld: mastering Spring framework 5, Part 2: Spring WebFlux | JavaWorld.
- Nice article offering insights on tuning an Apache Camel application deployed into Spring Boot over on the JBoss Middleware blog.
- I love these Chinese-language videos on using project Reactor.
- I love Spring Framework lead Juergen Hoeller's SpringOne Platform 2018 presentation, Spring Framework 5.1 on JDK 8 & 11, now up on InfoQ
- Be sure to not miss Ben Hale, Mark Paluch, and Ryland Degnan's upcoming webinar on R2DBC and RSocketIO on Dec 6.
- This is a nice post on customizing error responses in a Spring Boot application.
- Don't miss the upcoming webinar on continuous delivery to the cloud with Spinnaker.
- Yet another epic installment of the Talking Kotlin podcast on monitoring applications with Micrometer's own Jon Schneider.
- The Spring team's epic Greg L. Turnquist has been busy pruning a lot of relics from the Spring guides from the old pre-1.0 days of Spring Boot.
- Expedia has a nice UI, Haystack, that can be paired with Zipkin. Cool!
- Vladimír Oraný has a nice 10-part series on writing builder style DSLs in Apache Groovy.
- The Baeldung blog has a nice post on testing in Spring Boot
- Check out the JHipster Kotlin 0.6.0 support!
- This is a prettu epic post on getting started with Spring Boot, JOOQ, Flyway, and ModelMapper on the Cantina blog
- Riff v0.2.0 is now available
- This post — which looks at dynamic Flow Control during Backpressure with RxJava and RSockets — also maps nicely to Reactor concepts.
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