The team at techdev show us how they combined an AngularJS, Java 8 and Spring 4 backend with a REST API to build a office data-tracking tool.
A new Spring project has seen the light of day. Spring Sync has arrived to facilitate the communication between client applications and Spring-backends. How exactly does it work?
Built around the Java 8 compatible version of the IDE, the new Spring Tools are swept of bugs and fine tuned with a host of new features.
Along with support for the cat, this drop comes with improved logging configuration and numerous bug squashes.
“Bootstrapping” tool allows devs to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring-based applications that run right out of the box.
First post-platform update release for the framework built with OpenJDK 8 GA includes the latest ASM 5.0.1.
Spring Framework 4 builds the foundation for the next major generation of the Java application framework. The talk gives a practical overview about fundamental infrastructure improvements such as Java 8 support and the integration with the latest Java EE APIs. It also covers major enhancements all across the framework such as advanced support for Groovy, hypermedia aspects for REST web services as well as WebSockets support. Filmed at JAX London 2013.
Josh Long gives us an extensive walk through everything that’s new with the Spring Framework, which went live with version 4.0 just yesterday.
In this live coding session from JAXConf 2013, Jeff Scott Brown, senior engineer at Pivotal, will demonstrate how to build the basics of a Twitter-like application using Grails and JMS. By bringing together Spring, JMS, and Java persistence techniques, Jeff reviews some advanced tips for constructing Grails apps that go beyond simple CRUD applications. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Considered a huge part of big data project Spring XD, Reactor can process millions of events in seconds.
Rod Johnsons recent Scala Days keynote has provoked a strong reaction from the community. Does Scala necessarily need to become Java?
Liferay’s James Falkner explores the ever-evolving world of web development – from its early static HTML days to the modern frameworks of today.
New modernising features for the enterprise framework arrive in Milestone 1.