jhipster

Getting Started With JHipster, Part 2

Matt McCandless AngularJS, Java, JavaScript, Microservices, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

In part two of this series, we create a microservice architecture using JHipster’s available options for doing so. There is quite a bit more work to do with this approach as compared with the monolithic approach. But, in the end, it pays off. You will see the benefits and flexibility in decoupling our different layers of our architecture. Each layer will not be dependent upon another to run. Let’s get started…



jhipster

Getting Started With JHipster, Part 1

Matt McCandless AngularJS, Java, JavaScript, Spring, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

So, you want to stay on the leading edge of technology, but feel overwhelmed by all the moving parts. You’re in luck! jHipster aims to make setting-up an app fairly painless.

In this jHipster series we are going to take you through, first, creating a monolithic application. Secondly, we will make an app in the microservices style. Last, we’ll give you some tips and tricks for jHipster best practices. Let’s first begin with Part One…



NettyKafka

Whirlpool: Microservices Using Netty And Kafka

John Boardman Java, Technology Snapshot, Tutorial 2 Comments

Introduction Update! Whirlpool now uses the “just released” Netty version 4.1.3. The great news about this is the upgrade required zero code changes, just update the pom and rebuild! In my last blog, I introduced Netty being used as a web server. That example worked well… as long as a broadcast server is what was needed. Most of the time …



Docker Cache

Caching Strategy Reminder for Maven-Based Docker Builds

Luke Patterson Docker, Java, Problem Solving, Tutorial 10 Comments

My local development feedback loop between code change and runnable container was annoyingly long on a Maven-based project I was recently working on. I wanted to speed things up. CodeProject The scenario was something like this: touch/change some source code docker build maven downloads the world maven compiles my project docker run touch/change some source code docker build maven downloads …



Gradle

Gradle: do we need another build tool?

Rik Scarborough Java, Technology Snapshot 2 Comments

In the early days of Java development, we either didn’t see much of a need for build tools, or used what we had from other environments. I can still remember building shell scripts and make files for developing Java. The make files were especially interesting, because this was a tool that just wasn’t designed with Java in mind. It was …