Spring Boot is a new framework from the Pivotal team designed to simplify the initial setup and development process for new Spring applications. The framework uses a specific way to configure, eliminating the need for developers to define boilerplate configurations. In this way, Spring Boot aims to be a leader in the burgeoning field of rapid application development. Free to share several Spring Boot development of good books, I hope to help you.

Spring Boot Practices.pdf

This book is short and concise, roughly divided into three parts, from Spring to Spring Boot. What are the surprises of Spring Boot? It is obvious that in the moment of rapid development of software, a high degree of integration has become a trend, and Spring Boot is more prominent. If the development of a project is a tedious and responsible engineering project, SpringBoot makes the development of a project more modular and reduces the complexity of the development process. A single command can start a project with a few lines of code. Then the project developers can focus on the actual business development, its convenience is not only reflected in the easy to start, but also reflected in its modularization, we can put in new modules at will, so that the development becomes comfortable and simple. Second I want to say to is, for the development of a novice, this book with concise two chapter summarizes how to start up a new project, give the reader a clear path, and they can be developed, but this is not to say that the developer is completely liberated, in today’s mainstream of development, it is undoubtedly the most appropriate choice. Then it gives an overview of the applications of other modules, such as Actuator, describing its use methods and expansions in other aspects, which are not complete, but are very useful for beginners. Helped understand a new form of technology and how it landed. Recommended!!!

Spring Boot combat pie

“Spring Boot Practical Pie” for Spring Boot 2.0 and above versions, using the form of “knowledge points + instances”. Through “58 knowledge-based examples +2 comprehensive projects”, this book explains the technical principles, knowledge points and specific applications of Spring Boot in depth; By presenting an obscure theory with examples, the reader can easily understand the knowledge and immediately learn how to use it.

To be a book with “temperature”, it takes more than this. Therefore, this book spends a lot of space to compare and explain a variety of similar technology knowledge points, use and differences, readers can according to their own preferences for technology selection; It also covers the popular interface architecture style RESTful and RabbitMQ, the middleware used to implement high concurrency Redis and intersystem communication. The last two chapters integrate the knowledge points of this book, and explain two commonly used and practical practical projects.

Spring Boot Programming Ideas

This book is the core chapter of Spring Boot Programming Ideas. It begins with an overview of the core features of Spring Boot, followed by a discussion of Auto-Configuration and SpringApplication. The discussion of Spring Boot Programming Ideas (Core) centers on Spring Boot, and the topics spread to the Spring technology stack, JSR, and Java. Hope to help readers understand the process of Spring Boot transition through the global perspective; Through many comparisons, help readers understand the principle of Spring Boot features; Integrate standard specifications to help readers master the philosophy of Spring Boot design.

Spring Boot 2.x

The Spring framework is the de facto standard for Java EE development, and Spring Boot is the most popular microservice development framework in the industry. This book starts with a simple project to explain Spring Boot enterprise development. The content includes fully annotated Spring IoC and AOP, database programming, database transactions, NoSQL technology, Spring MVC, Spring 5 next generation responsive framework WebFlux, REST style and distributed development of Spring Cloud.

It’s a good book. The ratings are definitely at the bottom. Some people say code doesn’t run, can run okay. To understand AOP, the authors have written code for dynamic proxies. It gives beginners a quick overview of Spring as a whole.

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