JAX London Blog

JAX London, 4–7 October 2021
The Online Conference for Java & Software Innovation

28
Sep

Spring Boot Auto Configuration

Spring Boot has always fascinated me. No more fiddling around with different versions of application servers and different environments between local development, testing and production. If you deal with Spring Boot, you quickly come across the term Auto Configuration - a term that most people interpret as "Spring Boot does it right somehow". But what exactly is right?
27
Jul

Data Classes in Java: Introduction to Java Records

Each company has large software systems that have been continuously developed over many years, and the maintenance of these systems is becoming tougher and more expensive year after year. Against the background of new architectural paradigms such as microservices, these systems should now be modern, scalable and flexible. There is hope though - you can get rid of these big, cumbersome monoliths by decomposing them down into smaller microservices.
30
Sep

From monoliths to modular architectures and microservices with DDD

Each company has large software systems that have been continuously developed over many years, and the maintenance of these systems is becoming tougher and more expensive year after year. Against the background of new architectural paradigms such as microservices, these systems should now be modern, scalable and flexible. There is hope though - you can get rid of these big, cumbersome monoliths by decomposing them down into smaller microservices.
13
Aug

Scala: Beyond the Basics [session video]

What can you do in Scala that you can’t do in Java? In this JAX London 2018 session recording by Christopher Batey you will discover all the things you need to know about Scala and the way it is being used in contemporary projects. Programing languages are exciting - Watch this video to discover new features and new ideas!
4
Jul

Cloud native Java with Micronaut – An alternative to Spring?

Yes, you read it correctly, there are alternatives. Although the top dog Spring is enjoying great popularity with Java applications, we should not forget that there are also other frameworks worth taking a look at. Here we’ll be talking about Micronaut, a relatively new framework, but one that offers some interesting features that make it a real rival to Spring, especially in the cloud environment. In this article, we will implement an application using Spring Boot and then using Micronaut. Then, we will compare the two approaches and see where each framework is superior to the other.
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