Quarkus JAX RS implementation has improved a lot since its first release. Within this tutorial we will show some new features which are available in Quarkus starting from the new reactive REST paradigm.
Quarkus now includes (since version 2.3.0) a Development UI (DevUI) which allows us to monitor runtime information about your extensions.
This tutorial will introduce you to Hibernate Reactive which enables support for non-blocking database drivers and a reactive programming with Hibernate ORM.
In this article we will discuss how to troubleshoot WildFly security issues by enabling the right Loggers or System Properties.
WildFly 25 enables you to secure deployments using OpenID Connect (OIDC) without installing a Keycloak client adapter. This tutorial will show a proof of concept example of it.
Quarkus is set of technologies to develop an entire Microservice architecture. The foundation of this architecture is typically an HTTP server, serving REST Endpoints. It is however also possible to create powerful Java scripts using Quarkus advanced sets of APIs. In this tutorial we will learn how to create standalone Quarkus applications with a bare simple main entry point.
Here is my JBang cheatsheet which can help as a reference to code self-contained source-only Java programs with unmatched ease.
Health checks are an essential component of all microservices applications. In this tutorial we will learn how to use the HealthCheck Microprofile API to verify the liveness and readiness of a Microservice along with the new Startup check which is available since the MP Health version 3.1.
The WildFly Bootable JAR Maven plugin allows to package both the server and your application in a bootable JAR. The Bootable jar can then be run from the command line having Java installed on your machine. In this tutorial we will learn how to deploy a Bootable Jar application on a Enterprise Kubernetes (OpenShift) environment.