Learn the differences between the two ways to copy files from the source system and when it makes sense to use each one
I am a Java developer with over 15 years of experience working with large software systems in a variety of industries. Lover of all things Spring Boot and microservices. Husband, father of two boys, and aspiring piano player.
Here's what I've written (so far):
Look at some of the new features of Java 15 as well as other changes that are of interest to Java developers
Learn how to use build parameters with both Jenkins jobs and pipelines
Learn multiple ways to run a Spring Boot without a web server
Learn how to use hidden inputs with Thymeleaf.
Learn how to create Docker images for a Spring Boot application
Learn how to use Caffeine cache with Spring Boot
Learn how to securely inject git secrets into Jenkins pipelines and jobs
Look at some different ways we can copy files to and from Docker containers
Learn various ways to check if an authenticated user has a specific role
By setting up access tokens and plugins, we can keep our team informed about continuous integration with Slack notifications from our Jenkins builds.
Learn how to configure a colorful startup banner in Spring Boot.
Learn to disable the Spring Boot banner at the startup of an application.
Use Spring Boot’s metrics actuator to create a self-hosted monitoring solution.
Learn about JHipster’s use of Spring Security and how it simplifies authenticating with an external service.
Learn how to use the Jest HTTP Java client for Elasticsearch
Learn how to interact with MongoDB using BSON.
Learn how to create a new API inside a JHipster application and integrate that API into the front-end display
Learn how to create a new role that we can use to provide additional privileges to a user in a JHipster application
Learn different options to conditionally enable a Spring Scheduled Job
Baeldung on Linux
Learn how the find command can help us locate files and directories efficiently by using a combination of expressions and boolean logic
Baeldung on Computer Science
Learn the primary differences between REST and HTTP.