Interactive REST API Documentation with Swagger UI

Bing Liu Microservices, Spring, Spring Boot, Technology Snapshot 2 Comments

I am assisting a client that is migrating from a monolithic legacy application to a modern Microservice stack with Spring REST. We are helping to implement Swagger UI to provide both a front-end API UI, as well as to provide a level of documentation at the same time. This implementation has simultaneously met our project requirements, as well as garnering some positive feedback from our client!

Swagger UI is one of the most popular tools to visually render beautiful, interactive API documentation. In this blog, I’ll use a REST API application to demonstrate some usage of Swagger UI. The source project is available at https://github.com/bingliu2016/spring-boot-rest-swagger2.

Release: Hyperledger Blockchain Analytics Tool

Keyhole Software Blockchain, Company News, Hyperledger, Java, JavaScript, Keyhole Creations, Node, React, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

We are proud to announce the new release of a Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain Browser open source web application. This application utility allows developers and operators of Hyperledger blockchain networks to have visibility into transactions and blocks as they are added to the network.

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The KHS Blockchain Browser is a React/Node.js web application that…

Using Amazon ElastiCache for Redis To Optimize Your Spring Boot Application

Brandon Klimek AWS, Java, Spring, Spring Boot, Technology Snapshot 4 Comments

Has your project gotten to the point when big data sets and/or time-consuming calculations have begun to affect performance? Or are you struggling to optimize your queries and need to cache some information to avoid continually hitting your database? Then caching could be your solution.

For this article, I will demonstrate how to utilize Amazon ElastiCache for Redis to speed up areas of your application. The example application we will build uses Spring Boot 2.x and is available on Github.

Hello Micronaut

Rik Scarborough Java, Microservices, Testing Leave a Comment

From some of my previous posts, you can get the idea that I promote the idea of developing maintainable code rapidly. So I was pretty excited when I learned that the same group that was responsible for Grails was working on a similar project for Web Services. Hello, Micronaut.

In this post, I provide an introduction to the Micronaut framework and its features to provide a foundation for you to try it out yourself.

Case Study Published – Blockchain In Hyperledger: Better Than ETL?

Keyhole Software Blockchain, Java Leave a Comment

In general terms, a blockchain is an immutable transaction ledger in a distributed network of participating peers. Its data includes a string of transaction records secured with cryptography. Benefits of blockchain can include decentralization, immutability, provenance, and finality.

While Bitcoin and Ethereum cryptocurrencies brought blockchain to the forefront of technology headlines, the technology underneath has true potential value for the enterprise outside of the cryptocurrency space. The features provided by blockchain technology can lead business benefits like lower costs, higher efficiency, and lower risk. Seeing a technology actually applied reinforces understanding. It can also be a genesis for new ideas.

In this case study, we walk through a Hyperledger Fabric reference blockchain with a focus on showing the potential value for enterprise-level organizations.

The potential cost savings of blockchain is one of the benefits not really discussed as a whole. However, we at Keyhole believe it could be a significant feature benefit. The goal of this case study is to help reinforce this…