Spring Bean Scopes helps you control the scope of the objects which are created from bean definition. This approach is wonderful because you can choose the scope by configuring bean instead of working at Java class level.
The Spring Framework supports 7 scopes, but this tutorial introduces you 2 of them: singleton scope and prototype scope. The others will be discussed in next article.
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Spring supports us the way to inject Collection with type: List, Set, Map and Properties. So we can pass a bundle of direct data values or reference of beans to Collection Objects.
The tutorial shows you how to use XML configuration to do those things.
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Procrun is a set of applications that allow Windows users to wrap (mostly) Java applications (e.g. Tomcat) as a Windows service. The service can be set to automatically start when the machine boots and will continue to run with no user logged onto the machine.
The tutorial will guide you how to create a Windows Service for Spring Boot Application by Procrun.
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Bean Definition Inheritance is a good solution for defining new bean which inherited certain bean conveniently.
We will learn how to use XML configuration to create Inheritance from Bean with parent or abstract template.
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Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) helps us cut across many methods, objects and type within the application without embedding it in the business logic. With Spring AOP and AspectJ, you can add additional behaviour to existing code without modifying the code itself.
The tutorial guides you how to work with Spring AOP and AspectJ using Spring Boot.
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Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, a powerful runtime platform for integrations solutions.
The tutorial will introduce you how to use Service Mix with Apache Camel & ActiveMQ for routing message solution
Related Article: How to start Apache Camel: Message Router with Spring Boot
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In tradition approach, implementing Data Access Layer makes lots of boilerplate code. Spring JPA is a part of Spring Data, helps us improve our codes and reduce efforts for development and maintenance. Spring JPA supports us the ways to write interface for repositories and custom finder methods, the implementation will be done automatically by Spring Framework.
The tutorial shows you how to use Spring JPA with PostgreSQL using Spring Boot.
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Google BigQuery is a solution for query with massive datasets. Bigquery is a excellent solution of Google with Dremel technology. With Bigquery, no need hardware configuration, no need setup administration.
Tutorial will show you how to start with Bigquery with Java.
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