Learn to build your first Spring Boot application with an actionable and hands-on approach.
The book is highly specialized in helping you to write your first real world Spring Boot application; actionable and focused. I left the fluff out and stayed on track, so you get the most benefit out of it. It is specific in guiding you to your first real world Spring Boot app. I am not telling you the origins of Java (which typically make 1/4 of a book), nor am I writing a bit about everything and nothing.
Together we build a real application, and I will explain you the steps and libraries involved on the go.
You learn best by coding.
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What you will build
We create a Microservice for storing comments and providing a REST Interface for interacting with the data. The sample application is modeled after a real production application to guide you through building your first Spring Boot application.
We focus on the backend and API and will not cover an UI.
What you will learn
This book is for you when
It is NOT for you if
If you are new to Spring and are not sure if you can start with Spring Boot, take my free 5-day email course learning the Spring Core basics.
What you will get
The book is available in 2 editions. Of course, it is DRM-FREE.
Lifetime Version | MOST BOUGHT
This edition includes the book in Kindle, ePub and PDF format and comes with free lifetime updates. When I update the book, you always get the latest version at no additional costs. I will update it to Spring Boot 2.
You can get it right now for the ridiculous low introduction price of $9.99. Right, for the price of the Print version you can get the All-Digital one with lifetime updates. However, hurry as the price will go up soon.
If you have questions, do not hesitate and contact me using the email address at the end of the book. I'll hep you out.
The book is also available on Amazon for Kindle and Print for a smaller price but without getting free lifetime updates. When I update the book, i.e. upgrade to Spring Boot 2 you have to buy it again.
See you inside,