Introduction When you create a REST API for a modern Web application, i.e. by using spring-boot, you need some kind of documentation. You have do document what a REST endpoint does, which input the endpoints expects, what is validated, and so on, and so on. Of course your documentation must be updated so it always … Continue reading REST API documentation with Swagger
Introduction A couple of weeks ago I started playing around with Docker. I set up a small server at home and I wanted to host several applications like a mailserver, nextcloud, an apache webserver hosting my panorama fotos, gitlab for my code and so on. It was not as complicated as I thought setting up … Continue reading Docker, applications and Traefik
Nowadays there is no possibility not to read about the new next thing: Internet of Thins (IOT). As a Java developer who mainly develops web applications and the backends IOT is not the daily business (at least in my case) but if you search hard enough you'll find a usecase. Usecase In my case the … Continue reading Internet of Things (IOT) for a Java developer
After my first successfully completed Vaadin project I knew: Vaadin is a very good technology but the provided possibilities to create event driven applications were too limited. Coming from Adobe Flex using the Cairngorm project I knew there should be more possibilities for dispatching events, register listeners and so on. The next project at work … Continue reading spring-mvp Vaadin addon
Clouds are very modern these days, so I decided to dive into the cloud, too. I descided to use CloudFoundry, because it is near to Spring and there are tools to use the cloud like a locally installed tomcat. But, how could it be different, it was not that easy to get the microcloud running. … Continue reading CloudFoundry Micro Cloud and Virtualbox
A lot of things changed in the Adobe Flex world since I wrote my last entry. Adobe stopped the development for the Adobe Air Runtime for Linux systems, Adobe wanted to support Maven officially, Adobe stopped the development of FlashPlayer for Android and Adobe decided to give Flex to the Apache Foundation as a new … Continue reading Quo vadis Flex?