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Modern API Development with Spring and Spring Boot

 
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Congratulations on publishing your Book Sourabh, Could you please elaborate a bit more on what all is covered in the e-commerce sample project, like how complex is it, and are all the technologies being taught in the book are used in the same, viz. Spring security, Logging and tracing etc?
 
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Thank you, Dinesh.

This book takes the e-commerce app as reference project. This project demonstrates end to end development (UI -> backend -> DB).

This book mainly covers API development using REST, Reactive APIs, gRPC, and GraphQL. However, keeping overall product development in perspective, it also teaches about the other related areas, like security, logging, tracing, testing automation, and app deployment in Kubernetes. Even, it has a chapter that teaches how to build a react-based frontend.

Hope this helps.

Happy Learning.

Cheers!

 
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Thanks for replying Sourabh, looks really nice!
 
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