Author: Domagoj Madunic

Firebase Cloud Messaging setup for JHipster generated Angular 11 application

Firebase Cloud Messaging setup for JHipster generated Angular 11 application

In this blog, we will show how to integrate Angular-based applications with Google’s FCM, Firebase Cloud Messaging service.

Configuring a loading bar for Angular 9 application

Configuring a loading bar for Angular 9 application

As loading and progress bars have been proven to be very effective tools of communication with the app users, we have decided to demonstrate to you how to add one.

Creating a Spring PetClinic app with JHipster

Creating a Spring PetClinic app with JHipster

For over a decade and a half, Spring Petclinic application has been used as an official demo app designed to show how the Spring stack can be used to build simple, but powerful database-oriented applications.

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 5)

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 5)

Spring Security is very powerful library, rich in features, with support for wide range of security mechanisms, from JAAS, CAS, to OAuth2 and many others, and has became a defacto standard security library for Spring applications

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 4)

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 4)

In this 4th post, our CEO Domagoj Madunic will tackle the problem of displaying the data as tables in the Spring Shell based CLI applications.

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 3)

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 3)

Sooner or later every application had to perform an operation that could not be finished in an instant.

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 2)

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 2)

In the previous post, we have created the skeleton of the sample CLI application with some helper classes added to support display of contextual messages to the user (similar to the Bootstrap’s contextual messages).

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 1)

Developing CLI application with Spring Shell (part 1)

First in a series of blog posts, covering the topic of development of command line interpreter (CLI) applications using less known Spring library Spring Shell.

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