/Tag: RESTful Services

Spring Boot & Amazon Web Services (EC2, RDS & S3)

Spring Boot & Amazon Web Services (EC2, RDS & S3) This post will take you through a step by step guide to building and deploying a simple Java app in the AWS cloud. The app will use a few well known AWS services which I'll describe along the way. There is quite a bit to cover in this post so the overview of the AWS services will be light. For those interested in finding out more I'll link to the appropriate section of the AWS documentation. Amazon have done a fine with their documentation so I'd encourage you to have a read if time permits. [...]

By |2019-02-18T07:22:22+01:00May 3rd, 2016|AWS, Spring Boot|56 Comments

Spring Boot REST Tutorial

Spring Boot REST Tutorial Spring Boot makes it easier to build Spring based applications by focusing on convention over configuration.  Following standard Spring Boot conventions we can minimise the configuration required to get an application up and running. The use of an embedded Servlet container allows us to package the application as an executable JAR and simply invoke it on the command line to launch the application. One of my favourite things about Boot is its emphasis on production readiness. Out of the box it provides a number of key non functional features, such as metrics, health checks and externalised configuration. In the past these [...]

By |2019-02-18T07:23:41+01:00December 1st, 2015|REST, Spring Boot|11 Comments

Spring REST Tutorial

Spring REST Tutorial I've just written an updated tutorial for building a RESTful services with Spring Boot. Have a look here. In this post I’ll show you how to implement a RESTful web service using the Spring framework. REST support was introduced as part of Spring 3 and is built on top of the existing Spring MVC stack, so anyone that has worked with Spring MVC in the past should find the REST support very easy to grasp. I’ll provide a step by step guide so even if you’re not familiar with Spring MVC you should be able get a RESTful service up and running [...]

By |2019-02-21T16:50:59+01:00August 19th, 2012|REST, Spring|53 Comments