Building robust and scalable REST APIs is a common requirement for modern web development. This application will explore how to create REST APIs for CRUD operations using Spring Boot framework. Apart from building simple REST APIs, we will learn about request validation, error handling, testing, API documentation, and deployment.
Gradle is a build automation tool for multi-language software development. It controls the development process in the tasks of compilation and packaging to testing, deployment, …
In this article i will show you how to create a gradle based multiple module project. We will create different modules and we will see how we can utilize the common dependencies across different modules and also we will see how to add the dependency of one module within the other module.
Gradle is an open-source that automates the process of packaging a project with the main advantage of high customization and good performance. Gradle was born later and improved weak parts Maven such as cumbersome declaration syntax, difficult to manage, unoptimized build and testing speed. To take advantage of these, today we will create a project Spring boot with multiple module values Gradle instead of the Maven traditional ones.
If you’re building Gradle projects in IntelliJ IDEA, you’re probably not using the IDE to its full advantage. So to help you save time and avoid unnecessary work, here are my top 10 tips to working like a pro.
The Gradle wrapper is a script you add to your Gradle project and use to execute your build. The advantages are: you don’t need to have Gradle installed on your machine to build the project, the wrapper guarantees you’ll be using the version of Gradle required by the project, you can easily update the project to a newer version of Gradle, and push those changes to version control so other team members use the newer version.
Gradle is a build automation tool that supports multi-language development. It is helpful to build, test, publish, and deploy software on any platform. In this article, we will learn about the Gradle Wrapper – what it is, when to use it, how to use it, etc.