Posts Tagged: Spring

Spring hateoas example

Goal of this example Spring HATEOAS is the de facto standard to generate Hypermedia controls aware REST API using Spring MVC. Reading the official getting started makes the impression that domain from which json is generated has to extend HATEOAS specific

Spring hateoas example

Goal of this example Spring HATEOAS is the de facto standard to generate Hypermedia controls aware REST API using Spring MVC. Reading the official getting started makes the impression that domain from which json is generated has to extend HATEOAS specific

FreeMarker example

Goal of this example FreeMarker is a general purpose string templating engine. It is quite commonly used to generate HTML and it is well documented how to integrate it with spring as a view generator. This example shows how to use it directly.

FreeMarker example

Goal of this example FreeMarker is a general purpose string templating engine. It is quite commonly used to generate HTML and it is well documented how to integrate it with spring as a view generator. This example shows how to use it directly.

JBehave example

Goal of this example JBehave is a Java Behavior Driven Development (BDD) tool. BDD is a flavor of Test Driven Development (TDD), that requires tests to be written before the actual code. Writing a test against a non existing application

JBehave example

Goal of this example JBehave is a Java Behavior Driven Development (BDD) tool. BDD is a flavor of Test Driven Development (TDD), that requires tests to be written before the actual code. Writing a test against a non existing application

Vaadin Example : Java and HTML based RAD tool (with Hibernate and Spring)

Goal of this example In the “good old days” there was a concept of RAD (Rapid Application Development) that allowed developers to quickly create graphical user interface. The visual page editor allowed drag-and-dropping UI components into the form, customizing the size, layout,

Vaadin Example : Java and HTML based RAD tool (with Hibernate and Spring)

Goal of this example In the “good old days” there was a concept of RAD (Rapid Application Development) that allowed developers to quickly create graphical user interface. The visual page editor allowed drag-and-dropping UI components into the form, customizing the size, layout,

CXF example : SOAP(JAX-WS), REST(JAX-RS), Spring

Goal of this example Which one is better SOAP or REST? The answer is neither. REST is newer, fancier therefore many consider it better. Both solution has pros and cons therefore the nature of the project should drive the decision, not

CXF example : SOAP(JAX-WS), REST(JAX-RS), Spring

Goal of this example Which one is better SOAP or REST? The answer is neither. REST is newer, fancier therefore many consider it better. Both solution has pros and cons therefore the nature of the project should drive the decision, not