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Java Spring Boot Implementation

Java Spring Boot Implementation

Getting Started with Java Spring Boot

In this blog, we are going to tell you to step by step on how to use the Java Spring Boot for building a REST API.

Spring Boot assists you in building applications in a faster manner. What Spring Boot does is that it looks at an application’s classpath and at the beans which have been configured.  After this, it makes reasonable assumptions about what is missing and adds those things which are missing. Spring Boot enables a company or the developer to focus more on the business aspect than on the infrastructure part of it.

The SpringBoot Edge

Spring Boot empowers building of production-ready applications quickly and allows non-functional -features such as:

In the next few steps, we are going to show you how you can create a REST API

What are we building?

To get a hang of things we will be building a REST API for blog posts. This will allow the person to search for a blog, fetch all blogs, get a single blog, create a blog or update and delete a blog.

Requirements

Good understanding of Java Programming language

Basic Knowledge of Maven

Tools Required

Java Development Kit 1.7+

IntelliJ DEA, Netbeans, Eclipse or Spring Tool Suite (We will be using IntelliJ IDEA)

Commencing the Project

There are a minimum of three ways of creating Spring Boot Application and these are Spring Boot Initializer, Command Line Tool (CLI), and MAVEN with IDE. In this blog, we will only be covering how to create the application using MAVEN.

Step 1

Java Spring Boot Implementation
Java Spring Boot Implementation

Step 2

Java Spring Boot Implementation
Java Spring Boot Implementation
Java Spring Boot Implementation

Step 3

The Main Class

Java Spring Boot Implementation

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