Part 3 - Adding a SvelteJS Front End
Hopefully you have been following along, and you have built a working ToDo List API, fully database backed, and with a robust unit testing framework in place too. If not, you may want to go back to Pa...
Part 2 - Adding a Database to Our Backend
Now that we have completed the first part of our application, we will now update it to replace our ArrayList data source with a database. If you haven’t read part 1, go back and read that first, ...
Part 1 - The Quarkus Backend
This will be a 3 part series demonstrating how to build a Quarkus application, using Kotlin. In part 3, we will put a front end on to our application, which will be written in SvelteJS.
This blog series will be br...
Build and run with a simple Dockerfile
Just jump to the Dockerfile code, the comments hopefully make it self explanatory. It is a multi-stage Dockerfile that builds using a Maven Image and then runs using a Java image.
I have bee...
Using Kotlin to do websockets the SpringBoot way
For my latest Blog post, I have decided to continue the Kotlin theme, and this time explore SpringBoot further by revisiting the WebSocket Chat Application example that I started with many...
I have been using Kotlin for a little while now, but in a small way. I have been flitting between Java, Scala and Kotlin for a few years, but with the announcement from Google of now officially supporting Kotlin for Andro...