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Spring Boot Cookbook 2015 by Alex Antonov
Over 35 recipes to help you build, test, and run Spring applications using Spring Boot
About This Book
Learn to create different types of Spring Boot applications, configure behavior, and add custom components
Become more efficient in testing, deploying, and monitoring Spring Boot based applications
This is a practical guide that will help Spring developers to develop and deploy applications using Spring Boot
Who This Book Is For
If you are a Spring Developer who has good knowledge level and understanding of Spring Boot and application development and now want to learn efficient Spring Boot development techniques in order to make the existing development process more efficient, then this book is for you.
What You Will Learn
Create Spring Boot applications from scratch
Configure and tune web applications and containers
Create custom Spring Boot auto-configurations and starters
Use Spring Boot Test framework with JUnit, Cucumber, and Spock
Configure and tune web applications and containers
Deploy Spring Boot as self-starting executables and Docker containers
Monitor data using DropWizard, Graphite, and Dashing
Spring Boot is Spring's convention-over-configuration solution. This feature makes it easy to create Spring applications and services with absolute minimum fuss. Spring Boot has the great ability to be customized and enhanced, and is specifically designed to simplify development of a new Spring application.
This book will provide many detailed insights about the inner workings of Spring Boot, as well as tips and recipes to integrate the third-party frameworks and components needed to build complex enterprise-scale applications.
The book starts with an overview of the important and useful Spring Boot starters that are included in the framework, and teaches you to create and add custom Servlet Filters, Interceptors, Converters, Formatters, and PropertyEditors to a Spring Boot web application. Next it will cover configuring custom routing rules and patterns, adding additional static asset paths, and adding and modifying servlet container connectors and other properties such as enabling SSL.
Moving on, the book will teach you how to create custom Spring Boot Starters, and explore different techniques to test Spring Boot applications. Next, the book will show you examples of configuring your build to produce Docker images and self-executing binary files for Linux/OSX environments.
Finally, the book will teach you how to create custom health indicators, and access monitoring data via HTTP and JMX.
Style and approach
This book is a cohesive collection of recipes that provide developers with a set of connected guidelines on how to build, configure, and customize their application, starting from the design and development stages, all the way through testing, deployment, and production monitoring
About the Author
Alex Antonov is a very passionate technologist with a hunger to learn new tools, languages, techniques, and concepts behind enterprise application design. His specialty lies in designing highly scalable distributed large-scale enterprise systems, which he has been successfully doing for the last 12 years. He is also a frequent presenter on the topics of architecture and design at conferences such as UberConf, JavaOne, and Spring 2GX. Alex joined Orbitz Worldwide in 2004, and in his current role of Senior Principal Engineer, he is responsible for providing technical leadership and guidance in the development of foundational technologies, core libraries, and APIs for enterprise-wide use, as well as establishing and maintaining common design principles and standards used within the company and integration of new software development practices within the development community. He has extensive experience in enterprise architecture designing distributed systems, and spends a lot of time doing object domain modeling and focusing on domain-driven design and behavior-driven development and testing. Prior to that, Alex was a lead engineer in the same team that was responsible for web application frameworks and developing common practices and additional functionality on top of Spring MVC and Webflow. He has been a long-time Spring user, starting with Spring 2.0.8 and all the way to the latest and greatestĘDSpring Boot. Ever since the introduction of Spring Boot, he has been writing applications using the framework as well as contributing patches to the codebase. His general interests lie in the area of distributed computing and technologies and frameworks that enable ease of application creation and cross communication. Besides Java, he is also proficient in Ruby/Rails, PHP, Groovy and is currently learning Erlang. Alex is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago, with a BS in computer science and an MS in computer science specializing in software architecture. He currently resides in Evanston, IL. When not coding, Alex enjoys playing tennis, hiking, skiing, and traveling.