This article is a walk through Quarkus REST Client API using MicroProfile REST Client. We will develop a basic REST Endpoint and then we will set up a simple Client project with a Service interface for our REST Service.
In this article we will learn how to deploy a Quarkus application on top of a Kubernetes cluster. We will start with a minimal REST application and then we will increase its complexity.
Quarkus is a framework you can use to develop distributed systems and modern applications in Java, Kotlin, or Scala. Quarkus applications are tailored for the Cloud, containers, and Kubernetes.
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.
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 a list of Quarkus Interview questions that might help you to nail a Quarkus Job or simply to test your knowledge of Supersonic Java applications!
Quarkus 2.0 has been released! In this article, we will cover the highlights of the new major version and the requirements to get started or migrate to this exciting new version. Quarkus 2.0 aims to bring ease of development at an even higher level. There are several improvements in the tooling area and the major … Read more
In this article we will learn how to simplify Data Persistence with Quarkus, using Hibernate ORM Panache a library that stands on the top of Hibernate.