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Learning technologies is fun when learned together.
Learning technologies is fun when learned together.

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Complete Spring Boot CRUD Application using Spring-data, JPA/Hibernate, MySQL & AngularJS. Deploying it in two different databases [H2 & MySQL] simulating local and production deployment, using profiles defined in YML. You can use this application as a base for your own application, it's durable.
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Let's build a complete REST API with CRUD operations using Spring Boot as base this time. It is fairly trivial. REST API with Spring Boot is no different than of Spring, but with additional goodies.
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Deploy your Spring Boot app as WAR to traditional containers, while still running it as a jar locally, thanks to maven profile, it's realistic.
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Spring Boot Tutorial.... you read it right. Introducing Spring Boot, underlying concepts and what it brings to the party, all with help of example, keeping Developers in mind.
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OAuth2 is here, finally. Secure your Spring REST API using OAuth2 this time with more security and flexibility.
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Watch our AngularJS application in action, accessing secured REST API using Basic Authentication.
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Let's get the Spring REST API some security. Secure your Spring REST API using Basic Authentication, access them securely from any Client.
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Spring 4 Cache Annotations hands-on tutorial.Dive deep into distinct usage for each annotation including @Cacheable, @CachePut, @CacheEvict, @Caching, @CacheConfig&@EnableCaching.
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Boost performance of your Spring App with Caching, using EhCache.
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Spring 4 MVC & JPA 2 together, a perfect match. Standardize your Spring MVC App persistence layer using JPA 2, a full blown Many-to-Many annotation based example with Hibernate as persistence provider.
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