Format code like google

Get easy look-alike readable code with IntelliJ Spotless is are really cool tool for formatting your code with build tools. If you like, you can do that with your IDE too. I show your how to configure IntelliJ, so your code is automatically formatted while you save a file. First you have to install the […]

Discover updates or vulnerabilities

Keep your dependencies up-to-date with gradle This is an import task, e.g. nearly every 6 months major releases of frameworks are available or new vulnerabilities are found on a daily basis. I’ll show you two gradle plugins which helps you that your software project won’t be left behind. The first one is gradle-version-plugin. This plugin […]

Never write in Java a getter or equals method again

The lombok project helps you to be more productive Lombok is a great tool. Your code often gets verbose for common tasks. So what does lombok? The framework is plugged into the build process. It autogenerates bytecode into your class fields through a couple of annotations. Here comes the build.gradle: So let’s have a look […]

Trace http requests with Spring Actuator

List the last http request with ease Spring Actuator provides also a httptrace endpoint. You get the last HTTP request with /httptrace. After adding Spring Boot Actuator dependencies to your project dependencies, you have to expose the httptrace endpoint via your In Spring Boot 2.0 the trace endpoint was renamed to httptrace. You can […]

Change your application log level with Spring Actuator

You can do it even at runtime 🙂 Spring Boot provides a loggers actuator endpoint for viewing and changing log levels at runtime. What do I need? Add the Spring Boot Starter Actuator to you pom.xml or build.gradleorg.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-actuator Expose at least the loggers endpoint in your application.propertiesmanagement.endpoints.web.exposure.include=loggers When exposed, you get all loggers details with /loggers: […]