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Javalin REST API

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article related to the Javalin REST API. Javalin is a web framework used by Java and Kotlin developers. The framework runs on Jetty Web server. It is similar to koa.js. 2. Javalin 2.1 Prerequisites Java 7 or 8 is required on the linux, windows or mac operating system. Maven 3.6.1 is required for building ...

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Nodejs Nodemailer example

Hello. In this tutorial, we will understand the nodemailer module in a simple nodejs application. We will set up a fake smtp server (e.g. smtp4dev) for localhost development and understand the package implementation. smtp4dev is an open-source service that emulates an smtp email server for email testing and debugging purposes. 1. Introduction Nodemailer is an npm module used for sending ...

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Query in graphql

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Hello readers. In this tutorial, we will understand and implement the query in graphql. 1. Introduction GraphQL is an API syntax that defines how to fetch data from one or more databases. It was developed by Facebook to optimize the RESTful api calls. It is a data query and manipulation language for api’s. It is faster, simple, and easier to ...

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Mutations in graphql

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Hello readers. In this tutorial, we will understand and implement mutations in graphql. 1. Introduction GraphQL is an API syntax that defines how to fetch data from one or more databases. It was developed by Facebook to optimize the RESTful API calls. It is a data query and manipulation language for API’s. It is faster, simple, and easier to implement ...

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Expressjs and Knexjs sql query builder

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Hello readers. In this tutorial, we will understand the knexjs sql builder library in expressjs application and perform some crud operations. 1. Introduction knex sql builder library for javascript that provides an easy interface to access a database and perform all the related operations. It supports multiple database engines like Mysql, Postgresql, SQLite, Oracle, and many more. It supports features ...

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Postgres and Graphql

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Hello readers. In this tutorial, we will bring in the postgres (running as a Docker container) to integrate with graphql and implement the CRUD operations. The application will expose different endpoints with the help of the apollo server. 1. Introduction GraphQL is an API syntax that defines how to fetch data from one or more databases. It was developed by ...

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Download and Install Spring Tool Suite(STS)

1. Introduction When developing web services with Spring or Spring-Boot, it will be helpful to have a tool to easily start up a new service just from one click away. This will provide world-class development support for Spring applications. It has a deep knowledge of Spring built-in. Spring Framework provides a comprehensive programming and configuration model for Java-based enterprise applications ...

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Top 20 Spring-boot interview questions

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1. Introduction Due to the content of this article, in the first section, I will start with a brief introduction about Spring and Spring-Boot framework, what are these frameworks and where to use them. Millions of developers are using Spring and Spring-Boot widely. 1.1. Spring Firstly, let’s start with a brief introduction to Spring frameworks which is a programming and ...

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Handling SQL exceptions in a Stored Procedure

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Hello. In this tutorial, we will learn how to handle SQL exceptions in the stored procedure via the postgresql database. 1. Introduction SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to extract and organize data stored in relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc. A relational database consists of rows and columns that allow fetching specific information from databases ...

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SQL Triggers

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Hello. In this tutorial, we will learn the SQL triggers and see a practical implementation of them in the postgresql database. 1. Introduction SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to extract and organize data stored in relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc. A relational database consists of rows and columns that allow fetching specific information from ...

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