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Hi guys,
during the holidays I played around and produced a couple of screencasts:

A small, 7-part Series on getting started with Spring Boot: from Zero To Rest.

I would love to get your feedback! Love or hate, anything really As my plan is to keep it going with the screencasts...

You can get the screencasts here

In any case, happy holidays, christmas or hanuka! ;)

Cheers
Marco
 
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As some people have  lamented the mail-sign up: Go here for your direct viewing pleasure

http://www.marcobehler.com/preview/00001-the-perfect-setup-with-maven.html

 
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Wow, very nice. 
 
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3 more short videos on building REST Services, i.e. accepting (who would have thought!) data a client sends you: From single GET params like Strings or Dates to complex json objects.

Spring (Boot) makes that really simple - but often people overcomplicate things, especially when it comes to receiving JSON or XML.

Check them out at your own convenience!

http://www.marcobehler.com/preview/00010-sending-simple-things-string-ints-dates-get.html - Receiving Simple Things via HTTP GET

http://www.marcobehler.com/preview/00011-sending-simple-things-string-ints-dates-post.html - Receiving Simple Things via HTTP POST

http://www.marcobehler.com/preview/00012-sending-complex-things-json-xml-baby.html - Receiving Complex Things (or: Json/XML Baby!)
 
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In the second video you are using Intellj - is that the free version?
 
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Sorry, third video.  GET me some action
 
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@William

It's the paid version. Is the REST Client not in the community edition? Meh! I'll have to account for that in future videos
 
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In the video "Give me that, J(ay)SON!" I am getting json back without changing the value for the Accept header.  It also works when I change it to ask for json. 

How about xml?  Is there a value for the Accept header which will have the web service auto-magically generate xml? 

Thanks.
 
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Hi William,

good questions! I actually recorded a whole quick episode on it https://www.marcobehler.com/episodes/12-receiving-complex-things-or-json-xml-baby

Covers JSON/XML/Form-Encoded . And to answer your question, as soon as you have jackson on the classpath, I think Spring Boot now defaults to sending back json, even when you leave out the accept header.



 
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Actually the links in my first post are obsolete now, but I cannot seem to change them anymore.

If you want to see the currently available series:

https://www.marcobehler.com/series/

If you want to see all new episodes as soon as I add them:

https://www.marcobehler.com/news
 
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I like these the more times I use them.

I did miss one thing the first couple of times I watched it though.  I didn't see you change archetype to springboot-starters, so ended up with the default of demo. 
 
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> I didn't see you change archetype to springboot-starters, so ended up with the default of demo

I think I am getting archetype and artifact mixed up.

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