How to implement a query language for a REST API using Spring Data Specifications.
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):
An introduction to implementing a simple but very useful serach/filter operation on your Spring REST APIs using JPA Criteria.
Introduction to the Spring JDBC abstraction, with example on how to use the JbdcTempalte and NamedParameterJdbcTemplate APIs.
A lot of great reads this week, starting with some Spring Security goodness, a number-heavy benchmark of the Java parallelism frameworks and of course some Dilbert.
Lots of Spring reference articles this week and of course the Java 8 goodness we’ve all come to expect by now. Also – the first time I include the “Pick of the Week” right in the review.
How to map Roles and Privileges for a Spring Security application: the setup, the authentication and the registration process.
Full steam ahead – some solid Java 8 pieces and Java 9 news, a few Spring tutorials to take note of and of course, the great technical musings of the week.
How to encode password when registering (and authenticating) a new user – with Spring Security and BCrypt.
Here’s a handy list of all my 2014 weekly reviews. Learned a lot about curation and picking the most helpful stuff I read this year: >> Baeldung Weekly Review 1 Interesting articles from week 1 of 2014. >> Baeldung Weekly Review 2 My takeaways from the 2nd week of 2014. >> Baeldung Weekly Review 3 […]
The first review of 2015 and some interesting Java 8 and Java 10 (yeah) information, as well as a handful of highly useful musings and ruminations.
How to use Jackson to break the infinite recursion problem on bidirectional relationships.
How to POST with HttpClient 4 – from a basic request, to authentication, multipart requests, uploading files and tracking the progress of long running operations.
A quiet week with a few good articles but not a whole lot of activity overall. Also the last review of 2014 – enjoy this one.
Here are the most read articles on the site written in 2014.
The most common Jackson exceptions – the cause of the problem and the solution for each one.
How to best set up Transactions in Spring 3 – the configuration, Transaction Propagation and which layer should have Transactional Semantics.
JDK 9 modularization news, Java 8 streams and Spring Boot – what more can you expect from a good week like this one?
How to use the @JsonView annotation in Jackson to perfectly control the serialization of your objects (without and with Spring).
One of the more eventful weeks of the year, with some fantastic Spring Boot pieces (and new releases), musings on CQRF and a good read on Flexibility vs Simplicity.
How to enable and use @Async in Spring – from the very simple config and basic usage to the more complex executors and exception handling strategies.