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JasperReports with Spring Boot

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will show how to use JasperReports with spring boot framework. 1. Introduction Spring boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature to the spring framework including auto-configuration, standalone-code, and production-ready code It creates applications that are packaged as jar and are directly started using embedded servlet container (such as Tomcat, Jetty or ...

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What is Spring Boot ?

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article explaining what is Spring Boot. Java is a ubiquitous language and Spring/ Spring Boot has become default frameworks of choice for Java Web developers. Spring is one of the market-leading frameworks for building web and enterprise applications. With the rise of the Spring framework there comes a lot of hurdle in configuring ...

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Spring Boot H2 Database Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will create a spring boot application that connects to an h2 database. 1. Introduction Spring boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature to the spring framework including auto-configuration, standalone-code, and production-ready code It creates applications that are packaged as jar and are directly started using embedded servlet container (such as Tomcat, ...

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Spring Boot Oracle Connection Example

This article is a Spring Boot Oracle Connection Example. Oracle (Oracle database/RDBMS) is a proprietary multi-model database management system made and marketed by Oracle Corporation. It’s one of the most popular databases used in the world. This article will show you how to connect Spring Boot to an Oracle database. 1. Tools and Requirements Oracle XE free download – requires ...

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Customize Whitelabel Error Page in Spring Boot

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will explore how to create a custom whitelabel error page in a spring boot application. 1. Introduction Spring boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature to the spring framework including auto-configuration, standalone-code, and production-ready code It creates applications that are packaged as jar and are directly started using embedded servlet container ...

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Spring Boot Security and JWT Hello World Example

Hi Java Code Geeks. Come follow me as we create a Spring Boot Security and JWT (JSON Web Token) Hello World application. This article is best understood by following it from top to bottom. Concepts and definitions will be explained along the way. This article is not for the absolute beginner. It is assumed that you know your way around ...

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Spring Boot with Flyway and PostgreSQL Example

Welcome Java Code Geeks to the Spring Boot with Flyway and PostgreSQL example. In this example we will imagine ourselves as making an application for a car dealership. Well, just a very tiny fraction of it. As we all know, the software we create changes as the business need changes. PostgreSQL is an object-relational database management system. It’s one of ...

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Spring Boot add filter Example

In this article, we will see how to configure Filter using Spring Boot. Also, we will see how to configure multiple filters. 1. What are Filters? Filter is an interface available in javax.servlet package which use to perform filtering task on request to a resource (a servlet or static content), or on the response from a resource, or both . In ...

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Spring Boot Bean Validation Example

In this example, we will demonstrate how to use Bean Validation in a Spring Boot REST application. 1. Introduction Data validation is a basic requirement for any application, especially for web applications that accept data as input. For example, you may want to ensure that an email address or credit card number sent in a request is valid. Before the ...

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Spring Boot Microservices Example

Welcome to the Spring Boot Microservices Example. Microservices is popular because it allows large systems to be composed of smaller systems. Think of it like the single responsiblity principle. The smaller systems have a single responsibilty to the large system. In the monolithic approach, all the smaller systems are bunched up to make up one large system or one large ...

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