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The JHipster Mini-Book

  • Category: Computer
  • Author: Matt Raible
  • Pages: : 167 pages
  • File type: PDF, ePub, and Mobi (Kindle)

Read and download free eBook intituled The JHipster Mini-Book in format PDF, ePub, and Mobi (Kindle) – : 167 pages created by Matt Raible.

JHipster generates a complete and modern web app, unifying: – A high-performance and robust Java stack on the server side with Spring Boot – A sleek, modern, mobile-first front-end with Angular and Bootstrap – A robust microservice architecture with the JHipster Registry, Netflix OSS, the ELK stack, and Docker – A powerful workflow to build your application with Yeoman, Webpack, and Maven/Gradle

The things you need to do to set up a new software project can be daunting. First, you have to select the back-end framework to create your Api, choose your database, set up security, and choose your build tool. Then you have to choose the tools to create your front end: select a Ui framework, configure a build tool, set up Sass processing, configure your browser to auto-refresh when you make changes, and configure the client and server so they work in unison.

If you’re building a new application using Spring Boot and AngularJs, you can save days by using JHipster. JHipster is a project-creation tool that generates a project with a Spring Boot-powered Api and an AngularJs client. Not only that, it can generate scaffolding for your application and configure it to run in the cloud. JHipster is a treasure trove of information of how to build modern web applications. It can turn any curious and willing developer into a Java Hipster!

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