Summer is finally here and we hope you’re celebrating it (safely)! Spend some of your downtime checking out there posts from our authors below.
Build a Web App with Spring Boot in 15 Minutes
In this post, you’re going to get the chance to build a simple Spring Boot web app and see how you can easily use feature flags to change functionality. For this tutorial, you’re going to create a basic weather application. In fact, it’s so basic that it only tells you the weather in Detroit, Michigan! But don’t worry, after your fifteen minutes are up, you’ll find yourself wanting to add additional features and functionality. Find out more from Sylvia Fronczak on Split’s blog.
What Is and Why Have a Test Environment Booking Form?
Ever since the dawn of time, test environments have been left for the end, which is a headache for the testing team. They might be ready to start testing but can’t because there’s no test environment. And often, the department in charge of it is too busy to give them one. Head over to Enov8’s blog to out more from Diego Gavilanes.
Stack Trace: What Is It and How Does It Help You Debug?
As a developer, stack traces are one of the most common error types you’ll run into. But, how do you read a stack trace? How does a stack trace help with troubleshooting your code? Learn more from Michiel Mulders on Scalyr’s blog.
Log4j2 in a Maven Project: How To Setup, Configure, and Use
We also updated a post this week on logging. Logging is an essential component of any good software development process. Through logging, you can detect and fix issues, understand the behavior of your users, and even obtain valuable business insights. However, logging involves many tricky issues and problems you need to solve. So, you shouldn’t do it all alone. Instead, the best practice is to employ one of the many logging frameworks at your disposal. That’s where Log4j2 comes into play. Learn more on Scalyr’s blog.