New Tutorial: Getting Started with Spring Data JPA
Spring Data JPA is a powerful framework that allows users to easily interact with their database while minimizing boilerplate code. We’ve created a new tutorial on the IntelliJ IDEA Guide to help you get started using Spring Data JPA in your applications. You’ll learn about Spring Data JPA by creating a simple Spring Boot application that uses Spring Data JPA to read and write from a database.
This new guide format breaks down the tutorial into individual sections with detailed steps, screenshots and code. Along with learning about Spring Data JPA, you’ll also learn about IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate features that will help you when developing your Java applications.
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