Tag Archives: java

Spring Integration 5 – Message Channels, Introduction and Common Properties

By | December 31, 2017

This article is an article in a series of articles introducing Spring Integration 5. I imagine most of the examples can be applied to earlier versions of Spring Integration as well, it just happens that I started out with Spring Integration 5 and I have little reason to investigate compatibility with previous versions. In this… Read More »

Spring Integration 5 – Cloning Messages

By | November 21, 2017

This is an article in a series of articles introducing Spring Integration 5. I imagine most of the examples can be applied to earlier versions of Spring Integration as well, it just happens that I started out with Spring Integration 5 and I have little reason to investigate compatibility with previous versions. The articles assume… Read More »

Spring Integration 5 – Creating Messages

By | November 19, 2017

This is an article in a series of articles introducing Spring Integration 5. I imagine most of the examples can be applied to earlier versions of Spring Integration as well, it just happens that I started out with Spring Integration 5 and I have little reason to investigate compatibility with previous versions. The articles assume… 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 »

Spring Application Events

By | September 20, 2016

In this post I will show how to use Spring events, which are events that can be published and listened to within a Spring application context running in one JVM. Background I was looking for a way to decouple different parts of an application I am working on. While I have read about event sourcing,… Read More »