Spring HATEOAS – Embedded collection model name

Spring Hateoas, by default, produces JSON containing collection names as classNameList format. We can customize the name generated for embedded collection model using @Relation tag. 1. Use @Relation to customize embedded collection name The org.springframework.hateoas.server.core.Relation annotation is used to configure the relation to be used when embedding objects in HAL representations of EntityModel and CollectionModel. […] The post Spring HATEOAS – Embedded collection model name appeared first on HowToDoInJava.

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Top 5 Spring Cloud Courses for Java Developers to Learn Online – Best Of Lot

Hello guys, if you are learning Spring Cloud for developing cloud-based Java application and looking for some good resources to start with e.g. online courses and books then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best courses to learn Spring Cloud and develop a cloud-based application in Java. One of the common question when it comes to learning a new technology is how to start? I was a big fan of books earlier but nowadays I personally like to…

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Top 5 RESTful Web Services with Spring and Java Courses for Experienced Developers

In the last article, I have shared some courses to learn Microservice development with Spring framework and today, I'll talk about RESTful web service developments. The REST API and RESTful Web Services needs no introduction, it's everywhere now and driving a new internet revolution. Most of the software development in the web space now also involves REST APIs. Gone are the days where the only interface for a web application was the browser, now most of them support REST APIs, which allows them to be accessible on any device e.g.…

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Top 5 Spring Microservices Courses with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Microservices is the new buzz word in software development word and everybody is talking about it, but it's been in practice for quite some time especially in form of RESTful web services. The idea of Microservices is simple, breaking a big monolithic application which contains everything from UI to service layer to database into small chunks of applications which are loosely coupled and can work on their own. For example, in a company like Uber, you could have several applications providing different services e.g. discovering when a driver is online…

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