From Zero to Service — Retrieving and Storing Data Using Hibernate, MySQL, and Spring Boot. In my first post of Zero to Service, we went over how to build an API using Spring Boot. All of the actions of adding items in this first post were done in memory.
In my first post of Zero to Service, we went over how to build an API using Spring Boot. All of the actions of adding items in this first post were done in memory. In this second post, we’ll be going over how to configure your service so that you can now add and retrieve records from a MySQL database.
For this task, we will be using a popular framework called Hibernate. Hibernate is an ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) framework that allows you to interact with your database in an Object-Oriented fashion while providing many more tools at your disposal.
To achieve this task, we will be dividing this task into three parts.
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