Beginning Spring Boot 2: Applications and Microservices with the Spring Framework

  • 3h 7m
  • K. Siva Prasad Reddy
  • Apress
  • 2017

Learn Spring Boot and how to build Java-based enterprise, web, and microservice applications with it. In this book, you'll see how to work with relational and NoSQL databases, build your first microservice, enterprise, or web application, and enhance that application with REST APIs. You'll also learn how to build reactive web applications using Spring Boot along with Spring Web Reactive. Then you’ll secure your Spring Boot-created application or service before testing and deploying it.

After reading and learning with Beginning Spring Boot 2, you'll have the skills and techniques to start building your first Spring Boot applications and microservices with confidence to take the next steps in your career journey.

What You'll Learn

  • Use Spring Boot autoconfiguration
  • Work with relational and NoSQL databases

Build web applications with Spring Boot

  • Apply REST APIs using Spring Boot
  • Create reactive web applications using Spring Web Reactive
  • Secure your Spring Boot applications or web services
  • Test and deploy your Spring Boot applications

Who This Book Is For

Experienced Java and Spring Framework developers who are new to the new Spring Boot micro-framework.

About the Author

K. Siva Prasad Reddy is a Senior Software Engineer having more than seven years of experience in developing enterprise applications with Java and Java EE technologies. Siva is a Sun Certified Java Programmer and has a lot of experience in server-side technologies such as Java, Java EE, Spring, Hibernate, MyBatis, JSF, PrimeFaces, and WebServices (SOAP/REST).

In this Book

  • Introduction to Spring Boot
  • Getting Started with Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot Autoconfiguration
  • Spring Boot Essentials
  • Working with JdbcTemplate
  • Working with MyBatis
  • Working with JOOQ
  • Working with JPA
  • Working with MongoDB
  • Web Applications with Spring Boot
  • Building REST APIs Using Spring Boot
  • Reactive Programming Using Spring WebFlux
  • Securing Web Applications
  • Spring Boot Actuator
  • Testing Spring Boot Applications
  • Creating a Custom Spring Boot Starter
  • Spring Boot with Groovy, Scala, and Kotlin
  • Introducing JHipster
  • Deploying Spring Boot Applications


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