Category Archives: Spring Boot

How to package Spring Boot application to JAR

JAR stands for Java ARchive. The jar file represents a group of .class files. It is a file format that is based on the ZIP format. It is used to archive .class files, audio files, image files, and directories into a single jar file, which is further used to distribute the application or libraries over… Read More »

Spring Boot MongoDB CRUD Example

CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete. The CRUD Operations are the four basic operations that are performed by the software application on the persistence layer. Software applications perform CRUD operations through the use of the Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP). These HTTP protocols have methods that are used to create, read, update, or delete… Read More »

How to create a RestFul APIs in Spring Boot | Category API

RestFul APIs RestFul APIs are the interface that two computer systems use to communicate and exchange data over the internet using HTTPS ports. The APIs that follow the REST architecture design paradigm are called Rest APIs. In this article, we will create a category API for our blog application. To learn more about the Category… Read More »

How to Create a Spring Boot Project?

Spring Boot is a microservice java-based framework which is built on top of the Spring framework. Spring Boot makes it easy to a create stand-alone, production-grade spring-based application that you can just run. Spring Boot benefits over Spring framework Steps By Step Implementation Step 1- Spring initializer In this step, we will create a spring… Read More »