The Netflix stack, using Spring Boot - Part 1: Eureka

The Netflix stack, using Spring Boot - Part 1: Eureka

Netflix has always been a proud contributor to the open source world. It's fascinating to see how each of their libraries facilitate a lot of tasks and can help create your development in a tremendous way. In this series of blogposts - The Netflix stack, using Spring Boot - I'll
wowscrappie: opensourced

wowscrappie: opensourced

0x00 Prelude I originally thought of writing this text as an intro for the readme file in the repository of the wowscrappie project, but it became too big to be just an introduction. I wanted to say too much. The readme file is not a great place to distract people

Asynchronously offloading tasks to redis listeners using Spring-Data-Redis

Introduction Creating a scalable architecture. It's fun, exciting, but above everything else, there's such a wide variety of technologies to choose from. Blatantly using all of these technologies, will leave you with a big, heavily depending application. In this example, instead of using the more famous message queues (rabbitMQ or

Release 1.0.0 of md.js

markdown documentation into your web page I often feel the need to write documentation, and recently, it got even worse. I like documented APIs. Don't get me wrong, I love looking into the source of different libraries and frameworks, but nonetheless, I'm happy when the documentation can bring me enough
Event driven programming using Spring Boot and Reactor

Event driven programming using Spring Boot and Reactor

Reactor, as the name suggests, is heavily influenced by the well-known Reactor design pattern. But it is also influenced by other event-driven design practices, as well as several awesome JVM-based solutions that have been developed over the years. Reactor's goal is to condense these ideas and patterns into a simple