Web Dev Roundup: Spring Boots Are Made for Coding
In this edition of the roundup, we look at the various ways DZone contributors are using Spring Boot to create web applications.
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Creating a Web Application With Spring Boot by Ranga Karanam. A tutorial on how to use the Spring Boot framework to create a web application complete with a login page and a to-do list functionality.
Angular 2 and Spring Boot: Development Environment Setup for Full Stack Developers by Amith Rathi. A look at how to use these two popular frameworks to set up a development environment for your team that can be scaled up to include two separate teams for client-side and server-side development.
A Review of Java Template Engines by Miro Wengner. An examination of the main Java template engines used in web development that are supported by the Spring Boot framework. We look at Apache Velocity, Apache FreeMarker, the Pebble Template Engine, and the Thymeleaf Template Engine.
Spring Boot Application Connect to LDAP Userstore by Aruna Karunarathna. A tutorial on how to add authentication to your Spring Boot-based web application using an LDAP-based userstore.
DZone Publications on Spring Boot and Web Dev
Refcard #247, Getting Started With Spring Boot and Microservices: Enhancing the Benefits of Microservices an Architectural Pattern by Neil Stevenson. As beneficial as it is to use a microservice architectural approach, there are still downsides and obstacles to face. This Refcard will show you how to incorporate Spring Boot and Hazelcast IMDG into a microservices platform, how to enhance the benefits of the microservices landscape, and how to alleviate the drawbacks of utilizing this method.
DZone's Guide to Web Development: Frameworks and Responsive Design featuring articles by Adam Bard, Gabriele Tomassetti, Raymond Camden, Amir Rozenberg, Chris Lamb, Simon Wirtz, and Tom Smith. We continue to see new technologies and frameworks emerge on a consistent basis and existing ones continue to adapt and improve. With this wide selection of tools, it is difficult to find the one that fits your needs for a particular task or project...until now. The 2017 Guide to Web Development will help you find the optimal tool for your web development needs, cover the best practices for building modern websites, and show you how you can secure your web app on major platforms.
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