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Learning Quarkus framework

 
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I need to learn Quarkus framework for my internship I never use any framework in my life. Quarkus is new framework and learning material is very limited there is some articles, some post and a Quarkus website with practical examples and no documentation. Where is so much differently things like JAX-RS, CDI, microservices, libraries and ect and I don't know how to tackle all these things. For example than you learning Spring framework there is so much information available books, videos, internet post ect. So it makes learning much more easier. Can I use other frameworks for example to get a general idea how things work with databases, connection pooling etc or other java frameworks use whese technologies differently. Is it worth to read books and guides which are not related to Quarkus, but related with technologies quarkus use such libraries, differently api and ect. Maybe someone had struggled than he was learning he is first framework and have advice how should I approach this. I am learning Quarkus for a week and starting to get a grasp about some things, but if I know what things I need to concentrate and what information is legit for me I will learn much faster.
 
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Hello Jules,

Welcome to CodeRanch!

I believe you have done some programming before/during your courses?

In the beginning just try to go through the samples given by the framework and try to work on them. They should normally work by just following the steps with not much of an effort. Only when you need to work on more real/advanced cases you may have to research further. But if you have a general programming experience then it should be easy to adapt.

But if you have not used any framework before then i think the best way is to just follow the steps in the guides/documentation of the framework. Then you can look in to other areas like using maven for example separately so you have more understanding about some of the core concepts which will help you to use the framework effectively. As for the framework try to use a lightweight framework (search for lightweight Java framework you will find many, depend on your preference you can pick either web framework or something else), then study and work on samples (most of the those frameworks have good documentation).

Also try to understand the type of work you are going to do with this, so you will know what areas to focus on early then trying to understand the entire framework first.
 
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Thank you sir
 
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