Skip to content

Tag Archives: Java-Spring

The Spring framework can be considered as a collection of sub-frameworks, also referred to as layers, such as Spring AOP, Spring ORM, Spring Web Flow,… Read More
The first foremost thing when we talk about spring is dependency injection which is possible because spring is actually a container and behaves as a… Read More
Spring Initializr is a Web-based tool that generates the Spring Boot project structure. The spelling mistake in initializr is inspired by initializr. Modern IDEs have… Read More
Spring IoC container is responsible for instantiating, wiring, configuring, and managing the entire life cycle of objects. BeanFactory and ApplicationContext represent the Spring IoC Containers.… Read More
Open Authorization or OAuth is an industry level protocol used for authorization. It allows third-party services to exchange your information without the user having to… Read More
EJB and Spring both are used to develop enterprise applications. But there are few differences exists between them. So, in this article we have tried… Read More
Whenever we are implementing a REST API with Spring (Spring Boot), we would have come across the requirement to exclude NULLs in the JSON Response… Read More
1. Spring MVC : Spring is widely used for creating scalable applications. For web applications Spring provides Spring MVC framework which is a widely used… Read More
Apache Kafka is a stream processing system which lets you send messages between processes, applications, and servers. In this article, we will see how to… Read More
Apache Kafka is a publish-subscribe messaging queue used for real-time streams of data. A messaging queue lets you send messages between processes, applications, and servers.… Read More
Bean Scopes refers to the lifecycle of Bean that means when the object of Bean will be instantiated, how long does that object live, and… Read More
Struts and spring both are used to develop Java web applications. Struts were developed earlier than Spring but with enhancements in the Struts framework, both… Read More
Apache Kafka is a publish-subscribe messaging system. A messaging queue lets you send messages between processes, applications, and servers. In this article, we will see… Read More
Apache Kafka is a publish-subscribe messaging system. A messaging queue lets you send messages between processes, applications, and servers. In this article, we will see… Read More
Spring Data JPA is a method to implement JPA repositories to add the data access layer in applications easily. CRUD stands for create, retrieve, update,… Read More