Maven

Maven

Apache Maven is a build automation and project management tool used primarily for Java projects.
Sean Wade

Sean Wade

1630468167

Create a REST-assured Project with IntelliJ IDEA


Today we will learn:
Pre-requisites
Create maven project
How to add REST-assured dependencies in pom.xml
Run API Requests with REST-assured
Create Reports

Pre-requisites:
Java (JDK)
IDE (IntelliJ IDEA)
Maven
TestNG

STEPS: IntelliJ IDEA - Create a REST-assured Project

Step 1 - Open IntelliJ IDEA
Step 2 - Create Maven Project
Step 3 - In pom.xml add dependency for REST-assured and TestNG
Step 4 - Create a class and add a method
Step 5 - Add code to run a GET api request
Step 6 - Run test
Step 7 - Add TestNG Run configurations and Run and check TestNG Reports

#rest #intellijidea #testng #maven 

Create a REST-assured Project with IntelliJ IDEA
Arjun  Codes

Arjun Codes

1627179466

Install Apache Maven in Windows

https://youtu.be/EWQlAA9Eyvg

#maven #apachemaven #javabuild #buildtool

Install Apache Maven in Windows
Rui  Silva

Rui Silva

1627091612

Apache Maven para programadores Java iniciantes

Se você ainda faz build e gerencia as dependências de seus projeto Java manualmente, está na hora de aprender Apache Maven.

Neste vídeo você vai aprender como criar um projeto Maven, para que serve o arquivo pom.xml, qual é a estrutura padrão de pastas, como gerar um JAR com todas as dependências dentro e muito mais.

#maven #java #apache-maven

Apache Maven para programadores Java iniciantes
Maria  Nicolas

Maria Nicolas

1626903420

Consume REST APIs | Apache HttpClient | RestEasy | Jersey Client

Hope this video will be interesting in Rest Client or consume REST APIs using Java Rest client, Mobile or Android-based REST client, and JavaScript-based REST client to be helpful for those who are interested.
Technology & Tools used:

  1. Eclipe IDE
  2. Java 8+, Spring Boot and RestTemplate
  3. Maven (building tool)
  4. H2/MySQL/PostgreSQL(backend server)
  5. RESTFul APIs/Web Services(uvsoftgrouptemplateprogramming-0.0.2.0.jar) to consume
  6. Spring Boot profile based external configuration and also deployment
  7. Java Rest client: Apache HttpClient, RestEasy, Jersey Client RestTemplate
  8. JavaScript Rest Client: HttpClient
  9. Smart devices or Android Mobile-based REST client: Volley, RESTDroid, RoboSpice and Retfrofit
  10. Google Postman (client-side testing tool)

#java #maven #mysql #javascript

Consume REST APIs | Apache HttpClient | RestEasy | Jersey Client

How to Create Java Web Project with Maven in Eclipse

How to Create Java Web Project with Maven in Eclipse

The proper (and easy) way to create a Java dynamic web project with Maven build support in Eclipse IDE. It helps you setup a Java project quickly in Eclipse IDE.

#eclipse #ide #maven

How to Create Java Web Project with Maven in Eclipse

What is Maven in Marathi (मराठी) | Create Maven Project in Jenkins (मराठी) | Build Maven Project

In this video we are going to perform What is Maven in Marathi (मराठी) | Create Maven Project in Jenkins (मराठी) | Build Maven Project

  • 0:00 What is Maven in Marathi
  • 5:55 Maven Lifecycle Phased and POM.xml in Marathi
  • 13:40 Install Apache Maven on Jenkins Server in Marathi
  • 31:18 Create Maven project and push to GitHub in Marathi
  • 53:00 Install Maven Integration Plugin in Jenkins
  • 57:40 Create Maven Project in jenkins and Build

#maven

What is Maven in Marathi (मराठी) | Create Maven Project in Jenkins (मराठी) | Build Maven Project
Edureka Fan

Edureka Fan

1626225947

Maven Tutorial For Beginners | Introduction to Maven | DevOps Training

This Edureka session on ‘Maven Tutorial’ will discuss how Maven makes the task of building the Java projects relatively easy.

#maven #devops

Maven Tutorial For Beginners | Introduction to Maven | DevOps Training

Introduction to the AWS CDK Using Java and Maven

This is the first video of the AWS CDK (Cloud Development Kit) with Java series. We’re covering the following topics:

• install the AWS CDK CLI
• bootstrap a Java-based CDK app
• explore the basic commands of the CDK CLI to deploy our app

AWS CDK Developer Guide: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cdk/latest/guide/home.html

More information on how to configure your AWS credentials and region: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-files.html

You can find the source code for this example on GitHub: https://github.com/rieckpil/blog-tutorials/tree/master/aws-cdk-java-introduction

» As part of the Stratospheric book (From Zero To Production with Spring Boot and AWS), we’re using the AWS CDK to deploy a production-ready AWS infrastructure. Make sure to grab your copy here https://stratospheric.dev/

#maven #java #aws

Introduction to the AWS CDK Using Java and Maven

Automatically Detect Dependency Version Updates with Maven

Tired of going to search.maven.org to find out if there is a new version available for your dependency? With the Versions Maven Plugin, you can automate this process.

I found this hidden gem while reading the book “97 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know” (https://amzn.to/30JjX4Y).

More information about this plugin: https://www.mojohaus.org/versions-maven-plugin/

The demo project for this video is available on GitHub: https://github.com/rieckpil/blog-tutorials/tree/master/dependency-version-update-plugin

#maven

Automatically Detect Dependency Version Updates with Maven

Scheduled (Cron) AWS Lambda Function with Java and Maven

Part IV of the Serverless Guide using AWS Lambda, Java 11, and Maven.

This part focuses on developing an AWS Lambda function that is regularly invoked based on a scheduling expression (e.g. cron) to check the availability of a website.

Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq1MoTAS5ps
Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tVayUL1iQs
Part III: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EPtVIX131c
Part IV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fNu9kn47kM
Part V: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d03ifYTHcE

» Source code: https://github.com/rieckpil/blog-tutorials/tree/master/serverless-java-aws-examples/simple-aws-lambda
» Serverless homepage: https://www.serverless.com/
» Real-world AWS Lambda example to create image thumbnails: https://rieckpil.de/aws-lambda-with-serverless-java-and-maven-thumbnail-generator/

#aws #lambda #maven #java

Scheduled (Cron) AWS Lambda Function with Java and Maven

Event-based AWS Lambda Function with Java and Maven using S3 Events

Part III of the Serverless Guide using AWS Lambda, Java 11, and Maven.

This part focuses on deploying an AWS Lambda which is triggered by an S3 event whenever a file is uploaded to an S3 bucket.

Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq1MoTAS5ps
Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tVayUL1iQs
Part III: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EPtVIX131c
Part IV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fNu9kn47kM
Part V: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d03ifYTHcE

Further resources:

» Source code: https://github.com/rieckpil/blog-tutorials/tree/master/serverless-java-aws-examples/simple-aws-lambda
» Serverless homepage: https://www.serverless.com/
» Real-world AWS Lambda example to create image thumbnails: https://rieckpil.de/aws-lambda-with-serverless-java-and-maven-thumbnail-generator/

#lambda #maven #java #s3 events

Event-based AWS Lambda Function with Java and Maven using S3 Events

AWS Lambda HTTP Endpoint Function with Java and Maven

Part II of the Serverless Guide using AWS Lambda, Java 11, and Maven.

This part focuses on deploying an AWS Lambda which is behind an AWS API Gateway and triggered via HTTP.

Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq1MoTAS5ps
Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tVayUL1iQs
Part III: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EPtVIX131c
Part IV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fNu9kn47kM
Part V: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d03ifYTHcE

Further resources:

» Source code: https://github.com/rieckpil/blog-tutorials/tree/master/serverless-java-aws-examples/simple-aws-lambda
» Serverless homepage: https://www.serverless.com/
» Real-world AWS Lambda example to create image thumbnails: https://rieckpil.de/aws-lambda-with-serverless-java-and-maven-thumbnail-generator/

#lambda #aws #java #maven

AWS Lambda HTTP Endpoint Function with Java and Maven
Jerod  Durgan

Jerod Durgan

1624621260

Understanding Kubernetes Maven Plugin Resource Fragments Configuration

In my previous blogpost, I talked about Eclipse JKube Kubernetes Maven Plugin XML configuration and how you can use it to configure Eclipse JKube’s output image/manifests. Today in this blog, we’ll be looking at Eclipse JKube Resource Fragments: a configuration option specific to Kubernetes manifests(JSON/YAML).

What are Resource fragments?

In Eclipse JKube terminology, resource fragments are complete/partial JSON/YAML snippets which user places in src/main/jkube directory of this project in order to tweak JKube’s opinionated manifest generation mechanism according to his needs. This use is usually for users who have decent knowledge of Kubernetes primitive types.

Let’s say a user wants to add an additional environment variable to his deployment. She can do it via XML configuration as well, but let’s say she adds a deployment.yml file in src/main/jkube directory of her project:

spec:
  template:
    spec:
      containers:
        - env:
            - name: FOO
              value: BAR

#maven #jkube #fragments #kubernetes

Understanding Kubernetes Maven Plugin Resource Fragments Configuration
Samanta  Moore

Samanta Moore

1623743300

Multithreading in Java

Every programmer comes across Multithreading and for some reason, it has been considered hard to understand. Well, it’s not.

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Multithreading in Java

Every programmer comes across Multithreading and for some reason, it has been considered hard to understand. Well, it’s not.

Every programmer comes across Multithreading and for some reason, it has been considered hard to understand. Well, it’s not. In this blog, we will go through some basics of multithreading and in the process will try to understand why it is such an important topic in software development.

A program can have multiple processes and Multithreading allows us to run these multiple processing units concurrently. Our programs by default run on a Single thread also known as the main thread. Multithreading is useful because:

  • It helps us to perform multitasking and make our application more efficient by effectively using CPU resources.
  • This also takes a load off the main thread and increases application performance.
  • Different threads run concurrently so they do not interfere with each other’s processes. If an exception occurs on a thread, it won’t affect the working of others.
  • Decreased maintenance cost.

We can create threads in java by extending the java.lang.Thread class or by implementing the java.lang.Runnable interface. Both the implementation overrides the run() method to do so. Both the implementations can be used according to the use case of the class.

#java #tutorial #spring #maven #jvm #core java #java8 #multithreading #springboot #thread class

Multithreading in Java
Sigrid  Farrell

Sigrid Farrell

1623693600

Multi-Tenancy Implementation Using Spring Boot, MongoDB, and Redis

In this tutorial, we will learn how to implement multi-tenancy in a Spring Boot application with MongoDB and Redis.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to implement multi-tenancy in a Spring Boot application with MongoDB and Redis.

Prerequisites

  • Spring Boot 2.4
  • Maven 3.6.+
  • JAVA 8+
  • Mongo 4.4
  • Redis 5

What Is Multi-tenancy?

Multi-tenancy is a software architecture in which a single instance of a software application serves multiple customers. Everything should be shared, except for the different customers’ data, which should be properly separated. Despite the fact that they share resources, tenants aren’t aware of each other, and their data is kept totally separate. Each customer is called a tenant.

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings are an example of multitenant architecture. More explanations.

#maven #redis #mongo db #spring boot 2 #multitenancy #multi-tenancy implementation using spring boot, mongodb, and redis

Multi-Tenancy Implementation Using Spring Boot, MongoDB, and Redis