In my previous blog about WebFlux ‘Spring WebFlux annotation based‘, I discussed the annotation based reactive programming model for Spring WebFlux. In this blog I will use the example project introduced then and adapt it to the functional programming model. The example project we have serves the names of planets in our solar system, optionally applying a filter, in plain … Lees verder Spring WebFlux functional based
Kubernetes & Logging When you are running services in a Kubernetes cluster they are probably writing log statements that contain all sorts of useful information you need to have look at now and then. Being the good developer you behaved and made sure all logging statements are written to the console. This gives you the possibility to use kubectl logs … Lees verder Kubernetes & Logging
The release of Spring Framework version 5 is just around the corner and it contains a lot of new features. One of those is the WebFlux framework. It adds support for reactive web programming on client and server side. Spring WebFlux uses Reactor to make it all possible. The server side supports two programming models: Annotation based, using @Controller annotations. … Lees verder Spring WebFlux annotation based
OpenShift is RedHats PaaS solution and is perfectly suited for running Java EE applications. In this article we will be deploying an existing web application to OpenShift Online. OpenShift Online automates the provisioning, management and scaling of applications. Lets assume we have a web application we normally deploy to Tomcat and makes use of a PostgreSQL database. A pretty common setup. … Lees verder Deploying your application to OpenShift
Java 8 (SE, FX and ME/Embedded) has been released. This major release brings us the most spectecular changes to the Java language since Java 5. Lambda expressions have been added to support the concept of closures. A new Stream API will change the way we work with collections in a way we can make use of the many core computers … Lees verder Java 8 is here!