I'm super excited about the new micro-services idea.
So am I. I think that microservices will be not a simple hype in the IT world, just like SOA was. If cloud is the future, then I believe microservices are the way to go. By the way, please have a look at java microprofile web page . Microprofile.io is - in my opinion - a nice initiative to bring microservices under Java EE umbrella.
My question is whether to use the heavy-weight Spring Boot or the ultra light Spark framework.
Personally, I found Spring Framework very complete. A bit difficult, however, to understand deeply.
posted 3 years ago
Having just taken the new/short (but quite advanced, apparently) Lynda.com course on Microservices, that course covers things that no "Pro" book seems to have, like @RestResource(export=false), for example.
I'm left wondering why a book doesn't cover how to not expose internal services to "clients".
@EmbeddedId was also not found in any of the Spring Boot books.
It's cool that the "findBy" methods are in Spring and you don't have to write code for that.
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