Friday, July 14, 2017

The evolution of scalable microservices

Today’s enterprise applications are deployed to everything from mobile devices to cloud-based clusters running thousands of multi-core processors. Users have come to expect millisecond response times and close to 100% uptime. And by “user” I mean both humans and machines. Traditional architectures, tools and products simply won’t cut it anymore. To paraphrase Henry Ford’s classic quote: we can’t make the horse any faster, we need cars for where we are going.

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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Setup Lombok with STS/Eclipse based IDE

For those of you who haven't heard about boilerplate code, you can check this link
Now that you already know what's that we found this little library

You can add it to your Maven projects easily, however adding it to your Eclipse is a challenge, especially if you are not using barebones Eclipse like me, who happens to use STS and initially it didn't work:

Why it doesn’t generate getter and setter like in the video? I already installed that thing like 3 times and nothing :(

Well, the solution for me was this:

Paste the JAR manually into MacOS folder

Add the option
to the file STS.ini

Finally you NEED to close the STS/eclipse and start again. (Restart doesn’t take effect)

Once you’ve done close and start STS. You’ll see the getter and setter is autogenerated.
In case you see any compilation errors, just clean and build your project.