In the previous blog post, we looked at how to set up a basic project using Spring Boot. In this post, we want to continue exploring the DevCS capabilities that enable developers to contribute code and collaborate.
We’ll add the new code in a new branch. You can create the new branch either in DevCS itself:
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This is the first post in a blog series aimed at exploring Oracle’s various cloud capabilities available for developers. If you wish to join me along this journey, simply head to OTN and register an account (avoid popular domains e.g. gmail). Then, request a PaaS and IaaS trial.
Our objective is to create a RESTful service that exposes data from a MySQL database. We will use Spring Boot for this series. In the future, I hope to give other frameworks such as Dropwizard and Ratpack a spin as well.
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