About the technology
The Spring Framework simplifies enterprise Java development, but it does require lots of tedious configuration work. Spring Boot radically streamlines spinning up a Spring application. You get automatic configuration and a model with established conventions for build-time and runtime dependencies. You also get a handy command-line interface you can use to write scripts in Groovy. Developers who use Spring Boot often say that they can’t imagine going back to hand configuring their applications.
About the book
Spring Boot in Action is a developer-focused guide to writing applications using Spring Boot. In it, you’ll learn how to bypass configuration steps so you can focus on your application’s behavior. Spring expert Craig Walls uses interesting and practical examples to teach you both how to use the default settings effectively and how to override and customize Spring Boot for your unique environment. Along the way, you’ll pick up insights from Craig’s years of Spring development experience.
- Develop Spring apps more efficiently
- Minimal to no configuration
- Runtime metrics with the Actuator
- Covers Spring Boot 1.3
About the reader
Written for readers familiar with the Spring Framework.
About the author
Craig Walls is a software developer, author of the poplular book Spring in Action, Fourth Edition, and a frequent speaker at conferences.