Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 11th and 12th 2014
Tim is a developer at Intuit, building software to help simplify the lives of the self-employed. He has a sordid history of being both a power-user and developer of frameworks over the course of his career, and most recently has taken a liking to Spring Boot.
Spring Boot provides a rapid development framework leveraging a host of Spring and third party components. It favors convention over configuration and gets many of the basics up and running with virtually no code OR configuration required. However, to get beyond hello world takes some doing, even if it is easier than ever. This code walkthrough will go over basics such as Security (Log in), User provisioning (Sign Up), JSON APIs, error handling, application events, HTML5 SPA bootstrapping, instrumentation, service and repository layers, Apache HTTP and Tomcat configuration as well as Cloud deployment processing and packaging.