Tag: spring

In this post, we are going to talk about OpenFeign which is a declarative REST client that we can use in our Spring Boot applications. Feign helps us a lot when writing web service clients, allowing us to use several helpful annotations to create integrations. Originally Netflix developed Feign, but as they stopped supporting the […]Continue reading

1. RestTemplate Introduction In today’s blog post we will have a look at Springs well-known rest client – the RestTemplate. The RestTemplate is the central class within the Spring framework for executing synchronous HTTP requests on the client side. Like Spring JdbcTemplate, RestTemplate is also a high-level API, which in turn is based on an […]Continue reading

In this post, I’ll explain how to work with resources in Spring using ResourceLoader. We’ll begin with a brief introduction about resources. Next, we’ll look at the Resource interface and some of its important methods. Finally, we’ll go through its implementations. Introduction: Working With Resources In Spring via ResourceLoader Frequently, we need to read external resources […]Continue reading

In this article, we’ll to learn how to implement the service locator Design Pattern in Spring. We’ll begin with a brief introduction. Next, we’ll introduce an example that benefits from using the pattern. And finally, we’ll work through an implementation in Spring. Introduction: Service Locator Pattern When we begin working with the Spring framework, we run […]Continue reading

Working for startups is always an interesting experience. Currently, I’m a software engineer at Velo Payments. If you’ve ever worked for a startup, you’ll quickly see that you get to wear many hats. One of the hats I get to wear is the creation of developer center (currently in the oven). In the very near […]Continue reading

@RequestMapping is one of the most common annotation used in Spring Web applications. This annotation maps HTTP requests to handler methods of MVC and REST controllers. In this post, you’ll see how versatile the @RequestMapping annotation is when used to map Spring MVC controller methods. Request Mapping Basics In Spring MVC applications, the RequestDispatcher (Front Controller […]Continue reading