Author: Prem

How to start with Spring web-flux

Reading Time: 4 minutes Spring Boot provides very good support for building RESTful Web Services for enterprise applications. This blog will explain building RESTful web services using Spring Boot in detail with a pinch of reactive programming using web flux. I will mostly be walking through the code snippets which we can use to quickly start with the web flux without having to dive deep. It is like a Continue Reading


Quickstart with the HashiCorp vault

Reading Time: 2 minutes Vault is a secret management service by HashiCorp. It is a tool that will help you in storing secrets(API keys, passwords, etc) and accessing them securely. You can use Vault with a user interface as well as through CLI. Vault operates as a client/server application. The Vault server is the only piece of the Vault architecture that interacts with the data storage and backends. All Continue Reading

An Overview of Apache Beam Features

Reading Time: 3 minutes We’ll talk about Apache Beam in this guide and discuss its fundamental concepts. We will begin by showing the features and advantages of using Apache Beam, and then we will cover basic concepts and terminologies. Ever since the concept of big data got introduced to the programming world, a lot of different technologies and frameworks have emerged. The processing of data can be categorized into Continue Reading

How to start with your first Spring Reactor Project

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi, In this blog, we will introduce Spring Reactor which you can kickstart using the given example and will be able to understand what are Mono and Flux which are basic building blocks of the streams used by Project Reactor. So let’s Begin! Making the Spring Boot Project with Maven We will be using one of the many Maven archetypes to create a sample project Continue Reading

Build your first web application in Spring-boot

Reading Time: 2 minutes Spring and Spring Boot:Spring Framework could be a Java platform that has comprehensive infrastructure supportfor developing Java applications. Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications that you can “just run”. If you use Gradle, add the following dependency to your build.gradle file: If you use Maven, add the following dependency to your pom.xml file: Now run the service with curl (in a separate terminal Continue Reading