Java Weekly Newsletter Issue 26
Hello and welcome to the Java Weekly Newsletter Issue 26.
1. Blog Posts
In case you have missed any of my posts, here is the list of articles we published this week.
- REST API Discoverability [A guide to the REST API Discoverability.Learn why make the REST API discoverable and what the different ways to make your RESTful API discoverable.]
- Best Java Books [An introduction to the best Java books. Get a list of the best book available for beginner, intermediate and advanced learners.]
2. Spring & Java Community
- Spring Boot + JPA + Hibernate + Oracle [With the latest release of Spring-Kafka, request-reply semantics are available off-the-shelf. This post demonstrates the simplicity of the Spring-Kafka implementation.]
- Spring’s WebFlux / Reactor Parallelism and Backpressure. [Spring Boot 2.0 (and Spring 5) introduced WebFlux as a way to build reactive Microservices. WebFlux is built using Reactor, which introduces completely new ideas to Spring Boot parallelism]
- Spring Boot 2.0 actuator change analysis [Great analysis of the features introduced in Spring Boot 2.0 Actuators Framework.]
- New Methods on Java String with JDK 11
- Spring Batch Parallel Processing Example [Parallel processing in Spring Batch]
- Project Lombok: Reduce Boilerplate Code [Take a look at Project Lombok and what it has to offer us. Project Lombok reduces boilerplate code by making use of annotations in your code.]
- 20 Examples of Using Java’s CompletableFuture
- The State of Java in 2018 [Survey results looking at who’s using which versions of what, and which IDEs]
3. JPA / Persistence
I do not work very closely in JPA or Hibernate but following few of the blogs for some of the interesting insight into Persistence
- How to use @PrePersist and @PreUpdate on Embeddable with JPA and Hibernate
- Hibernate Tips: What’s the best way to persist a ZonedDateTime
4. Spring and Java Releases
- Junit 5.2.0
- Hibernate ORM 5.3.0.CR2 release
- Jakarta EE is officially out
- IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1.2 is released!
- Oracle Releases GraalVM 1.0
5. Presentations and Videos
- Metrics Collection in Spring Boot 2 with Micrometer [Look at the Micrometer metrics collection and publication facade. ]
- Test Driven Documentation for your RESTful service – Jeroen Reijn [Building RESTful APIs in Java? Getting tired of the annotation bloat forced upon you by your API specification framework which haunts your RESTful service controllers and model objects.]
- Presentation: Bootiful Development with Spring Boot and React [Matt Raible shows how to develop with Java 8, Spring Boot, React, and TypeScript.]
We will be back with our next weekly newsletter with some more insight details about Java and Spring community.
Happy coding and Have a great day !!!!
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