In this tutorial, I'll show how you can use Spring Security with Spring boot and GraphQL.
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Caching is a common operation when developing appllications. Spring provides an abstraction on top of all different caching libraries to make this even easier.
With Spring, you can set up your initial data in different ways. In this tutorial we'll discover database migration tools, and other options.
With RSocket, we can reactively stream our data over the network. In this example I'll demonstrate how RSocket can be used with Spring boot.
With Spring boot's experimental starter for R2DBC, we can now reactively connect to our relational databases, and in this example we'll see how.
Kubernetes has been the way to go to orchestrate containerized applications. In this tutorial, we'll see how we can use Kubernetes with Spring boot.
Spring allows you to easily develop REST API's and clients. With MockMvc and MockRestServiceServer, the same easiness can be applied to your tests as well.
With Spring boot 2.0, the support for Micrometer made monitoring a lot easier. In this tutorial we'll see how we can use it with Grafana and Prometheus.
The world of DevOps is here. In this tutorial I'll be writing a Spring application and wrap it inside Docker containers.
With WebSockets we can have a two-way server-client communication. Today we'll explore how you can benefit from WebSockets in a CRUD application.
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