Tag Archives: Spring

Tutorial: Reactive Spring Boot Part 10 – Spring Profiles to Switch Clients

In this lesson we use Spring Profiles to enable an application to determine which of our two clients (server-sent events via WebClient, or RSocket) to use to connect to our Kotlin Spring Boot price service. This is the final part … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Reactive Spring Boot Part 7 – Subscribing Multiple Consumers

In this lesson we update our live-updating chart to show prices for more than one stock, which means subscribing more than one consumer to our reactive stream of prices. This is the seventh part of our tutorial showing how to … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Reactive Spring Boot Part 5 – Auto-configuration for Shared Beans

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

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Tutorial: Reactive Spring Boot Part 2 – A REST Client for Reactive Streams

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

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Tutorial: Reactive Spring Boot Part 1 – A Kotlin REST Service

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

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Fully Reactive: Spring, Kotlin and JavaFX playing together

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

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Spring Boot Endpoints and Kotlin

In this latest post about Kotlin support in Spring plugins in IntelliJ IDEA, we’d like to point out that Spring Boot is also fully supported for Kotlin. When you run a Kotlin main function that starts a Spring Boot application, … Continue reading

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Spring Kotlin References in @Value-annotation

Here is the new blog post on Kotlin and Spring support in IntelliJ IDEA. The Spring Framework supports reading values from different kinds of sources using the @Value annotation. Completion, reference navigation, and folding property names with their values is now … Continue reading

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Spring Kotlin Gutters and Navigation

Let’s continue our posts on how IntelliJ IDEA supports developing Spring Framework applications with Kotlin. For now, let’s talk about navigation. The common way of navigation within a Spring Configuration is using gutters, and all Spring-related gutters are now available … Continue reading

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Spring Config and missing Kotlin members

Kotlin is now a first-class citizen in the Spring Framework, and in IntelliJ IDEA we are trying to make all the Spring features that have worked with Java over the years work with Kotlin too. In this series of blog … Continue reading

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