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Using MockRestServiceServer to Test a REST Client

This article is an example in using MockRestServiceServer to test a REST client. MockRestServiceServer is a part of the Spring library for testing. It is the main entry point for client-side REST testing. It provides mock responses from expected requests through the RestTemplate. It eliminates the use of an actual server and thus speeds up the testing process. With its ...

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Slf4j Spring Boot Example

In this example, we are going to learn how to use SLF4J in Spring projects with an example of Spring Boot application. 1. Introduction The Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) serves as a simple facade or abstraction for various logging frameworks (e.g. java.util.logging, logback, log4j) allowing the end user to plug in the desired logging framework at deployment time. ...

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How to Build a Dynamic Content Macro for Atlassian Confluence Connect

Dennis arrived at Null Pointer Corporation’s brand new headquarters in Singarich City.  He was met by Winfred, the lead developer at Null Pointer Corporation.  “Hi, are you Dennis, our Confluence plug-in trainer? Are you going to teach us about building a Dynamic Content Macro?” Winfred asked as they shook hands.  “Yes I am.  Nice to meet you Winfred.” said Dennis ...

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How to Build a Static Macro for Atlassian Confluence Connect

Cool!  Richmond has just been assigned to develop an add-on for the Atlassian Confluence Connect product.  But he doesn’t know where to begin.  No problem, he has mastered the art of google-ing stuff he doesn’t know about. :) He finally pieced together all the documentation he needed after hours of searching. Richmond finished his task in a few days.  During ...

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Spring Boot Tutorial for beginners

1. Introduction When I just heard about Spring Boot there were many questions to pop out of my head “What is it? Why do I need it? How different is it to the other features under the same Spring umbrella?” etc. I am sure you would have had similar inquisitions too. In short, Spring Boot takes care of application infrastructure ...

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