How to enable the user to update/change their own password after logging into the app.
I’m a software engineer with a passion for REST, TDD and clean code, Web Security and Data Mining. Baeldung is about all of these and more.
Here's what I've written (so far):
Testing and Spring goodness this week, as well as some musings about introversion and leadership. A good, diverse week.
How to implement and graph HTTP metrics into a Spring REST API – status code counts, counts by request, time-series data, etc.
Major Spring releases this week and some great insights into working in corporate and working for yourself. Day and Night.
Making the Registration API more RESTful and adapting the front-end to correctly consume it.
Microservices? Check. Top 10 lists? Check. Great Comics? Check. All in all, quite a diverse week.
An interesting and diverse week, from the plans for Java 9 to joys of Yak Shaving. Enjoy.
A new JEP slated for Java 9, some cool advancements for dealing with the Http Session (finally) and a piece about “Why NOT git”. A cool week all in all.
A quick introduction to how to authenticate your application with Spring Security and the Reddit OAuth2 API.
At the very beginning of 2014 I decided to track my reading habits and share the best stuff here, on Baeldung. 2014 has been quite the year, covering each week with a review. I’ve been doing a lot more reading to make sure I cover and curate stuff that has value and is actually worth […]
If the user registers and forgets to verify their account, the verification link will expire. This is how to allow them to request a new one.
How to implement a mature, tested Query Language for a REST Search API, using Spring and Spring Data JPA Specifications.
HTTP 2 is final – the big news of this week (it has been a while since the last one). Also – some cool deep dives into the JVM and Hibernate.
Every app should enable users to change their own password in case they forget it.
Block users by IP after a number of failed authentication attempts – a simple mechanism implemented with Spring Security.
A busy week for the Spring ecosystem, with Spring 4.2 getting closer and closer. A discussion about timezones as well – what more do we need?
Some great Java back-to-basic articles, insights into building APIs and a discussion about backups. Good first week of February in my book.
How to set up Spring Data JPA to work with multiple, separate databases.
How to build a search/filter functionality into a REST API with Spring and Querydsl.
A reference Spring piece on building a proxy, a deep dive into Java 8 and a good read on Agile (of all things) – all in all, a pretty good week.