Tag Archives: Spring Boot
In this lesson we add an RSocket client that can talk to the RSocket server we created in the last lesson. This is the ninth part of our tutorial showing how to build a Reactive application using Spring Boot, Kotlin, … Continue reading
In this lesson we add a new back end service in Kotlin, this time emitting the prices via RSocket, a protocol for reactive streams. This is the eighth part of our tutorial showing how to build a Reactive application using … Continue reading
In this lesson we look at how to use Spring beans from one module in a different module, using auto-configuration. This is the fifth part of our tutorial showing how to build a Reactive application using Spring Boot, Kotlin, Java … Continue reading
In this step we see how to create a JavaFX application that shows a line chart. This application uses Spring for features like inversion of control. This is the fourth part in our tutorial showing how to build a Reactive … Continue reading
This is the third part in our tutorial showing how to build a Reactive application using Spring Boot, Kotlin, Java and JavaFX. The original inspiration was a 70 minute live demo. This third step shows how to create a JavaFX … Continue reading
This second step shows how to create a Java client that will connect to an endpoint that emits a stream of server-sent events. We’ll be using a TDD-inspired process to create the client and test it. This is the second … Continue reading
This is the first step in a new tutorial showing how to create a Reactive Spring Boot application: Creating a Reactive service with Kotlin. This month (October 2019) I presented a live demo at SpringOne Platform, showing how to build … Continue reading
Spring Framework 5 brings full reactive support to developers everywhere. What better way to demo reactive programming than to actually build something live? In this presentation, Trisha creates an end-to-end application using Spring Framework 5, Spring Boot, Reactor, Kotlin and … Continue reading
Spring Boot 2.1 Just released – the latest version of Spring Boot is already fully supported in your favorite IDE!
As usual, the latest version of IntelliJ IDEA comes with even better support for developers using the Spring framework.