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Some of the autoconfiguration policies baked into Spring Boot

Pragya Keshap answered on February 15, 2023 Popularity 2/10 Helpfulness 1/10


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  • Some of the autoconfiguration policies baked into Spring Boot


    Spring AMQP: Communicate asynchronously using an Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP) message broker

    Spring AOP: Apply advice to code using Aspect-Oriented Programming

    Spring Batch: Process large volumes of content using batched jobs

    Spring Cache: Ease the load on services by caching results

    Data store connections (Apache Cassandra, Elasticsearch, Hazelcast, InfluxDB, JPA, MongoDB, Neo4j, Solr)

    Spring Data (Apache Cassandra, Couchbase, Elasticsearch, JDBC, JPA, LDAP, MongoDB, Neo4j, R2DBC, Redis, REST): Simplify data access

    Flyway: Database schema management

    Templating engines (Freemarker, Groovy, Mustache, Thymeleaf)

    Serialization/deserialization (Gson and Jackson)

    Spring HATEOAS: Add Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State (HATEOAS) or hypermedia to web services

    Spring Integration: Support integration rules

    Spring JDBC: Simplify accessing databases through JDBC

    Spring JMS: Asynchronous through Java Messaging Service (JMS)

    Spring JMX: Manage services through Java Management Extension (JMX)

    jOOQ: Query databases using Java Object Oriented Querying (jOOQ)

    Apache Kafka: Asynchronous messaging

    Spring LDAP: Directory-based services over Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (jOOQ)

    Liquibase: Database schema management

    Spring Mail: Publish emails

    Netty: An asynchronous web container (non-servlet-based)

    Quartz scheduling: Timed tasks

    Spring R2DBC: Access relational databases through Reactive Relational Database Connectivity (R2DBC)

    SendGrid: Publish emails

    Spring Session: Web session management

    Spring RSocket: Support for the async wire protocol known as RSocket

    Spring Validation: Bean validation

    Spring MVC: Spring’s workhorse for servlet-based web apps using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) paradigm

    Spring WebFlux: Spring’s reactive solution for web apps

    Spring Web Services: Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)-based services

    Spring WebSocket: Support for the WebSocket messaging web protocol

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