This Week in Spring: View Templating, Stream Processing, and Distributed Tracing
Here's a look at the latest developments in Spring! Ranging from view templates to distributed tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth, there's no shortage of tricks.
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Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m.. home! It’s Thanksgiving this week here in the States, after all. I am sure that I speak for the entire Pivotal team when I say that we are grateful for you, the most wonderful community on the planet. Thanks so much, and if you’re celebrating Thanksgiving, then happy Thanksgiving to you! When you’re finished with your meal — barely able to keep an eye open — I hope you’ll find a comfy armchair and take in some of the content in this week’s roundup.
- The good Dr. David Syer doesn’t always do view templating, but when he does.
- Check out this replay of Spring Security lead Rob Winch and ninja Joe Grandja as they look forward to Spring Security 4.1.
- Continuing our Spring Tips series, last week we looked at Spring Cloud Data Flow as a way to quickly build stream-processing solutions.
- Hurray! Congratulations to the Apache Geode project who just saw their project promoted to an Apache top level project.
- I really liked this post from Spring Cloud ninja Ryan Baxter investigating distributed tracing with Spring Cloud Sleuth.
- Wanna start trouble? Then check out this interesting new Spring Boot starter for Trouble Maker.
- when companies grow up, they become cloud-native web companies, asserts this interesting post from industry analysts RedMonk.
- Learn how to stream data from Spring Data repositories.
- I really enjoyed this post from Stormpath which shows how to build a Spring Boot application with a React.js-based frontend, all flawlessly secured using Stormpath.
- Last week my friend Allard Buijze (lead of the CQRS-centric and Spring Boot-ified Axon Framework 3) and I looked at building CQRS applications. A Pivotal colleague said it was a nice webinar and thought our audiences might want to know more, and recommended this deep resource from Microsoft, The CQRS Journey.
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