Spring Boot Tutorial


This is beginners to expert Spring Boot tutorial.  We have used the latest release of Spring Boot 2+ in all examples. This tutorial gives you all the possible Spring boot features that are required to build a Spring-based enterprise J2EE web applications or RESTful APIs. Spring Boot uses a completely new development model to make Java Development very easy by avoiding some tedious development steps and boilerplate code and configuration.

Spring Boot Tutorial

Spring Boot Basics

Spring Boot REST API Development

Spring Boot Web Application Development

Spring Boot Configuration

Spring Boot Testing

>> Spring Boot 2 with JUnit 5 Testing Example

Spring Boot Annotations

After reading above all Spring Boot articles, we can summarize the advantages of Spring boot as follows.

BUILD ANYTHING WITH SPRING BOOT

Spring Boot is the starting point for building all Spring-based applications. Spring Boot is designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible, with a minimal upfront configuration of Spring.

- Get started in seconds using Spring Initializr
- Build anything - REST API, WebSocket, Web, Streaming, Tasks, and more
- Simplified Security
- Rich support for SQL and NoSQL
- Embedded runtime support - Tomcat, Jetty, and Undertow
- Developer productivity tools such as live reload and auto restart
- Curated dependencies that just work
- Production-ready features such as tracing, metrics and health status
- Works in your favorite IDE - Spring Tool Suite, IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans
Spring Boot 2.0 requires Java 8 or later. Java 6 and 7 are no longer supported. It also requires Spring Framework 5.0

Spring Boot Features

  1. Create stand-alone Spring applications
  2. Embed Tomcat, Jetty or Undertow directly (no need to deploy WAR files)
  3. Provide opinionated 'starter' dependencies to simplify your build configuration
  4. Automatically configure Spring and 3rd party libraries whenever possible
  5. Provide production-ready features such as metrics, health checks, and externalized configuration
  6. Absolutely no code generation and no requirement for XML configuration

Advantages of Spring Boot

  • It is very easy to develop Spring Based applications with Java.
  • It reduces lots of development time and increases productivity.
  • It avoids writing lots of boilerplate Code, Annotations and XML Configuration.
  • It is very easy to integrate Spring Boot Application with its Spring Ecosystem like Spring JDBC, Spring ORM, Spring Data, Spring Security etc.
  • It follows “Opinionated Defaults Configuration” Approach to reducing Developer effort
  • It provides Embedded HTTP servers like Tomcat, Jetty etc. to develop and test our web applications very easily.
  • It provides CLI (Command Line Interface) tool to develop and test Spring Boot(Java or Groovy) Applications from command prompt very easily and quickly.
  • It provides lots of plugins to develop and test Spring Boot Applications very easily using Build Tools like Maven and Gradle
  • It provides lots of plugins to work with embedded and in-memory Databases very easily.

Spring Boot Interview Preparation

Here is a list of links from a top website for preparing Spring Boot interview questions and answers.

Collections of Useful Links and Resources

GitHub Repository

References


Suggest if you have useful articles or posts or tutorials in the comment section so that I will add to my Collections of Useful links and Resources section and everyone can refer it.

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  1. Hello friends, please comment if you find any useful spring boot resources or links on internet so that i will add to this page and which will help others to refer quickly from single place.

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  2. All the source code this spring boot tutorial available at my GitHub repository - https://github.com/RameshMF/spring-boot-tutorial. Fork this repository and have a hands on experience. I hope this may help you.

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  3. Awesome Up-to-date Spring boot tutorials with source code examples. Recommended you every spring boot developer.

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