This Week in Spring: March 12th
Another busy week for the Spring platform summed up in one handy post.
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Welcome to another instalment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in Bruhl, Germany for the amazing JavaLand show, then it’s off to Scotland to visit a large customer, and then it’s off to Romania for Voxxed Days Bucharest. If you’re in any of those places, I’d love to connect!
- Spring ninja Stephane Nicoll introduces some of the niceties in Spring framework 4.3
- Do not miss Micah Silverman’s upcoming webinar introducing the amazing Stormpath and Spring/Spring Boot-based integration and Auto-configuration. Stormpath is an epic identity provider as-a-service. It’s ideal for cloud-based applications.
- Spring IO Platform lead Andy Wilkinson just announced Spring IO Platform 2.0.3
- JavaCodeGeeks has posted Srujana Cherukuri’s fantastic introduction to using Spring Boot
- Want to use Spring Boot on Openshift?
- I dig this post explaining how to upgrade from Neo4J 4.0 to 4.1
- Spring Data Redis now supports Redis Cluster
- there’s a lot of good stuff in the upcoming JUnit 5: get the bits, kick the tires and go!
- If you’re using Apache Wicket, there’s a discussion on it over at InfoQ and, as we learn in that article, there’s apparently a Spring Boot Auto-configuration, too! The Auto-configuration seems a bit odd, in that it replaces some of the normal things you see in a Spring Boot application but it looks easy enough to get working.
- we’re planning our big SpringOne Platform conference and it’s going to be amazing! We hope you’ll join us! If you’ve got a story to tell, then please, by all means, submit your talk! by 3/24!
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