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  • Learn the fundamental features of Spring Boot 2.0
  • Customize Spring Boot 2.0 applications
  • Build a basic web application
  • Use Redis to build a taxi-hailing API
  • Create a simple blog management system and a Twitter clone
  • Develop a reactive RESTful web service with Kotlin using Spring Boot

Spring is one of the best tools available on the market for developing web, enterprise, and cloud-ready software. The goal of Spring Boot is to provide a set of tools for quickly building Spring applications that are easy to configure, and that make it easy to create and run production-grade Spring-based applications. Spring Boot 2.0 Projects will get you acquainted with important features of the latest version of this application-building tool and will cover basic, as well as advanced topics.

The book starts off by teaching you how to create a web application using Spring Boot, followed by creating a Spring Boot-based simple blog management system that uses Elasticsearch as the data store. As you make your way through the chapters, you’ll build a RESTful web services application using Kotlin and the Spring WebFlux framework. Spring WebFlux is a new framework that helps in creating a reactive application in a functional way. Toward the end of the book, you will build a taxi-hailing API with reactive microservices using Spring Boot and a Twitter clone with a Spring Boot backend. Finally, you’ll learn how to build an asynchronous email formatter.

  • Run production-grade based applications using the Spring WebFlux framework
  • Learn to develop high performance, asynchronous applications with Spring Boot
  • Create robust microservice-based applications with Kotlin using Spring Boot
Page Count 336
Course Length 10 hours 4 minutes
ISBN 9781789136159
Date Of Publication 29 Jul 2018


Mohamed Shazin Sadakath

Mohamed Shazin Sadakath is an experienced software engineer with over 9 years of software development experience in J2SE-, J2EE-, and Spring-based applications. He is a BSc (Hons) software engineering graduate, having achieved first class honors. He has worked in different domains, ranging from telecommunications to real estate. In his spare time, he contributes to open source projects, such as Spring Security, and writes technical articles for blogs. He is a Stack Overflow Moderator and loves answering Java-related questions.