Spring, by default, uses runtime weaving (unlike AspectJ – see this) for aspects. In runtime weaving, a proxy class is generated for your “adviced” classes and they are decorated with the advices at runtime. @Transaction annotation works the same way. In
Not all the containers in your cluster will be non-persistent or ephemeral. Most of the time you will need persistent containers running all around the place to hold some sort of data. To store the data independent of the lifetime
Let’s start by observing the figure below: First, the request is received by the DispatcherServlet. DispatcherServlet is a front controller. It is like a super controller who redirects all the requests to the corresponding handler methods inside the controller classes.
I have shared a sample Spring MVC web project on my GitLab and tried to put together a couple of wiki pages to help you understand better. I believe it will be a valuable asset for you if you are trying
In this post, I want to briefly explain the differences between Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment. I will keep this very brief and try to make it as easy to understand as possible. What is Continuous Integration
Here is a single line that will enlighten your world 🙂 “OpenID is a protocol for authentication while OAuth is for authorization” In OpenID, authentication is delegated: Server A wants to authenticate user U, but U’s credentials (e.g. U’s
In this post I would like to share with you some enlightening quotes from spring documentation. Here you will see the difference between some of the spring annotations like @component, @service, @repository, @controller, what it means to use them or can
In this post, I will try to guide you on how to develop with Spring’s wrapping of Netflix’s Eureka. Eureka is a REST (Representational State Transfer) based service that is primarily used in the AWS cloud for locating services for the purpose of
What is RPM? RPM stands for Red Hat Package Manager. It was developed by Red Hat that found widespread acceptance in many Linux distros. This is a command-line tool that you can use to install, delete, update packages in your OS.
I was seeing this weird white block appearing and disappearing on my page when I click a textarea inside a bootstrap modal popup. Apparently, this is caused by Grammarly’s Chrome add-on. Open the developer tools of chrome and observe the