New Live Stream: Building REST APIs with Spring Boot
Spring Boot is very convenient to use when building REST APIs; it allows you to start with minimal configurations. But there’s always room for trouble to creep in. Join us for the next IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream to learn how best to avoid this trouble in developing your project. During the February show, Dan Vega will show us how to make sure we’re following good practices when working with Spring Initializr. Join us on Wednesday, February 16, at 16:00 CET / 15:00 UTC.
In this live coding session, you will learn how to build REST APIs in Java with Spring Boot. You will learn how to bootstrap your application using Spring Initializr and the New Project Wizard in IntelliJ IDEA. You will learn some best practices to keep in mind when creating your APIs. By the end of this session, you will be able to create a basic CRUD REST API in Spring Boot.
Don’t hesitate to submit your questions. We will answer all of them during our Live Stream. Mala and our Q&A moderator will ensure that the speaker covers the topics you’re most interested in learning about.
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