Following considerable success with the release of his original version of Spring Boot: How To Get Started and Build a Microservice, acclaimed author Jens Boje has announced the launch of the book's second edition. Adhering to the first edition's focus on creating application programming interfaces, this second release is designed to further elaborate on the topic. —
In regard to the launch of his second edition spring boot book, Boje stated, "Quite some time ago, my passion for computers and software development began to build. Ultimately, this fascination led to a desire to share my knowledge and experience with others, hence the birth of my original guide on the subject. In light of its popularity, I decided to delve deeper into the matter and add a number of new features for novice developers looking to learn more about creating microservices."
Initially introduced in the 1980s, microservices have gained steam in the technological realm of late as a more practical alternative to the addition of applications in a monolithic structure. Popularity reportedly stems from simpler design elements; greater speed, flexibility and scalability; and lower development costs when compared to other options. Microservices are likewise touted for being more easily integrated into large-scale monolithic systems than traditional applications.
Sources note Spring Boot: How To Get Started and Build a Microservice, first edition was launched in January of this year. Based on reader reviews, the original version remained true to its intended purpose of being a thorough guide geared toward beginners in the field of microservice development. Its newly released second edition has been heavily revised and extended and features tutorial-style instructions as well as coverage of the Spring Framework.
"Despite the far-reaching benefits of microservices, development and implementation can be a challenge," said Boje. "Spring Boot: How To Get Started and Build a Microservice, second edition offers a wide range of information designed specifically for those with little to no experience. Years ago, I set out to find something like this on the market, but the guides that were available at the time fell short. My spring boot tutorials bridge that gap, providing all the details needed to get started quickly and branch out from there."
About Jens Boje:
With more than 17 years of application development experience, author Jens Boje is dedicated to helping people unite technology and business for building successful APIs.
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