Category Archives: Software Development

Spring Integration 5: WebFluxInboundEndpoint and Remote Client Address

By | October 14, 2017

Spring Integration 5 comes with the new WebFluxInboundEndpoint which is an endpoint that allows you to use reactive programming when handling HTTP requests in your Spring Integration application. Not only this, but the WebFluxInboundEndpoint is also implemented in a fashion which makes it much more suitable for reuse. In this article I am going to… Read More »

Preparing Message Payloads with Thymeleaf

By | August 8, 2017

In this article I will show how to prepare message payloads with parameters in different formats using the Thymeleaf template engine. No previous knowledge of Thymeleaf is assumed. As far as I am concerned there are several use cases for this. Some examples are: System integration. Requests can be maintained as plain files and no… Read More »

Updated REST Example

By | May 21, 2017

A short note to tell you that my REST example application has been updated for the first release candidate of Spring 5 as well as the first milestone for Spring Boot. Some minor changes in the API I’ve used, such as introducing findById in Spring Data JPA repositories which return an Optional. I’ve also created… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 4

By | December 29, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request response processing and RXJava. Load tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. The first article in… Read More »

REST with Asynchronous Jersey and RXJava – Part 3

By | December 17, 2016

In this series of articles I will implement a RESTful web service using Spring Boot and Jersey. I will then modify the service as to use asynchronous server-side request processing and RXJava. Load-tests will be made using Gatling before and after the modifications, in order to determine any improvements. The first article in this series… Read More »