A strong week for the Java/Spring ecosystem – new Java 9 JEPs announced, a REST API being built and some good thoughts on testing.
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Solid week with the new RC2 of Spring 4.1, the Chess TDD series final post and a fantastic writeup on what it means to implement microservices as a team.
Learn how to work with forms using Spring MVC – mapping a basic entity, submit, displaying errors.
An interesting week – a Java bug got out and got contained, some cool Spring apps are being build and a quick solution to an interview problem that can fit in a tweet.
How to write out the contents of a Reader to File using plain Java, Guava or Apache Commons IO.
Diverse week full of solid articles on Spring, Java 8, testing, BDD and risk management – a lot of interesting articles in here.
A diverse week with a first look at Spring 4.1, the new Servlet 4 draft spec being proposed and some good thoughts on testing.
Learn how to generate random numbers in Java – both unbounded as well as within a given interval.
This week was packed with value – from 2 very cool Spring Data new features to a few good usecases of Java 8. A very good week.
How to convert a Reader into an InputStream using Java, Guava and the Apache Commons IO library.
How to convert an InputStream to a Reader using Java, Guava and the Apache Commons IO library.
How to convert a Reader into a byte using plain Java, Guava or the Apache Commons IO library.
How to convert a Reader into a String using Java, Guava and the Apache Commons IO library.
Spring Releases galore this week, but also some great Java 8 articles and my favorite podcast recommendation right now.
How to convert a File to a Reader using Java, Guava and the Apache Commons IO library.
How to Convert a Byte Array into a Reader with plain Java, Guava and the Apache Commons IO library.
Simple conversion from String to Reader in plain Java, Guava and Commons IO.
How to open, manage and close connections with the Apache HttpClient 4.
Java modularity is getting some attention this week, along with a very pragmatic alternative to the “Big Rewrite” of a software system – definitely a good week.
How to delete a File in Java using JDK 6, JDK 7 or the Commons IO library.