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Configuring A Quarkus Application

In this blog post I’ll show you how to configure a Quarkus application using the specific application.properties file as well as the Microprofile Config API. To break it into more details you will learn: How to configure a Quarkus application and have separate values for development and test How to use Microprofile Config to inject values How to configure logging […]

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Welcome My Fascicle on JPA

Last year I’ve published a fascicle on Bean Validation. It was time to publish the one on JPA. In a previous blog post I explained the entire writing process and why I had this idea of writing small fascicles. Make sure to read it if you want more details. But basically, the idea behind these fascicles comes from my previous […]

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JHipster, Angular, PrimeNG and AutoComplete

JHipster is a great way to bootstrap your application. Your app can be a monolith or be split into several microservices, use JWT or OAuth2, packaged with Docker, deployed on a cloud provider… JHipster is there to handle the heavy technical complexity. Great ! But… when it comes to choosing an item from a combobox, JHipster is not that great. […]

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Angular Libraries and Microservices

We live in a Microservices world, and this world is there to stay. Back-end developers need to dive into Domain Driven Design, write stateless, resilient, highly available services, keep data synchronized through Change Data Capture, handle network failure, deal with authentication, authorization, JWT… and expose a beautiful Hypermedia API so the front-end developers can add a great user interface to it. Good ! […]

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Java EE vs Spring Testing

I’ve recently posted a Tweet about my day to day life. This Tweet said “I’ve reached a point where I can test Spring code in a couple of minutes, and Java EE code in a couple of hours :o(“ I was a bit surprised to read some reactions. In fact, some people asked me to explain this Tweet a bit […]

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Configuring the AsciiDoctor Maven Plugin

AsciiDoc is a great way to write technical documentation. It is text based, can be committed and versionned in your VSC with your project, has a rich syntax, has a huge ecosystem, integrates with several tools (such as PlantUML that I love) and, if there is still something missing, you can use extensions or create your own. And if you […]

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