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Blog Post: Serving angular2 content from Spring Boot application

Blog Post: Serving angular2 content from Spring Boot application

Recently I had to ship an Angular2/Angular4 application within a Spring boot WAR packaged application and I was having some issues when dealing with the the urls in the angular routes, since it goes through the DispatcherServlet I was getting 404 all over the place There are a few ways to handle this, below is my preferred solution : @Controllerpublic class Angular2ViewController { @RequestMapping({„/books“, „/login“, „/admin“, „/logout“, „/configure“}) public String index() { return „forward:/index.html“; }} There you go, as easy…

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Blog Post: Avoiding reinventing the wheel – use MULTISET EXCEPT to get set relative complement

Blog Post: Avoiding reinventing the wheel – use MULTISET EXCEPT to get set relative complement

Today in an application I stumbled upon a PL/SQL function created to return those elements of one nested table that did not exist in another nested table. Not a huge function, but still a bit of work and some thinking that had been done some while ago to compare the elements and create the desired output nested table. The trouble is, that this functionality already natively exists in PL/SQL (and SQL) – the developer had actually reinvented the wheel. In…

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Blog Post: BASTA! 2017 – Das Azure Backend zu meiner mobilen App

Blog Post: BASTA! 2017 – Das Azure Backend zu meiner mobilen App

Keine App ohne Backend! In dieser Session erläutern wir die Möglichkeiten, wie mithilfe der Microsoft Azure Cloud ein Backend für mobile Line-of-business-Apps erstellt werden kann. Dabei zeigen wir die Möglichkeiten vom No-Code Backend, das komplett im Browser zusammengeklickt werden kann, bis zum kompletten skalierbaren API inklusive der Integration mit On-Premises-Systemen oder Software-as-a-Service-Diensten. https://speakerdeck.com/manuelmeyer/das-azure-backend-zu-meiner-mobilen-app

Blog Post: Stream Processing @ OOW / JavaOne 2017

Blog Post: Stream Processing @ OOW / JavaOne 2017

For those of you attending Oracle Open World and/or JavaOne next week, I have collected a list of presentations on Stream Processing and related topics. The ones in orange I’m planning to attend, including my own one of course on Monday, Oct 02: Apache Kafka: Scalable Message Processing and More – 4:30 p.m. – 5:15 […]

Blog Post: BASTA! 2017 – Mit .NET Core und HATEOAS zum perfekten REST-API?

Blog Post: BASTA! 2017 – Mit .NET Core und HATEOAS zum perfekten REST-API?

Mit dem Akronym HATEOAS, abgekürzt für “Hypermedia As The Engine Of Application State”, hat der Computerwissenschaftler Roy Fielding im Jahr 2000 erläutert, wie aus seiner Sicht das perfekte REST-API gebaut werden muss. HATEOAS ermöglicht ein API, das ohne zusätzliche sogenannte “Out-of-band”-Informationen verstanden und konsumiert werden kann. Dies wird ermöglicht, indem die Antworten des Servers dem […]

Articles in DOAG Red Stack Magazin

Articles in DOAG Red Stack Magazin

A while ago I wrote two articles for the DOAG Red Stack Magazin. In the meantime both articles have been published. For this reason I use the opportunity to make the PDF versions of the articles available on oradba.ch. The articles are written in German and available as Trivadis version as well Red Stack version. […]

Blog Post: Articles in DOAG Red Stack Magazin

Blog Post: Articles in DOAG Red Stack Magazin

A while ago I wrote two articles for the DOAG Red Stack Magazin. In the meantime both articles have been published. For this reason I use the opportunity to make the PDF versions of the articles available on oradba.ch. The articles are written in German and available as Trivadis version as well Red Stack version. […]