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25 Comments on "Spring Boot Quick Start 18 – Getting a single resource"

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Panos Bith
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Panos Bith
4 days 6 hours ago

I'm having difficulty understanding why should someone choose Spring Boot for REST web services when Java EE's JAX-RS is already has it covered. With a couple of clicks yoy have everything set up for you. Am I missing an important point here?

Arvind Katte
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Arvind Katte
6 days 5 hours ago

love the code @ 2:00 lambda expression

Guram Kankava
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Guram Kankava
10 days 7 hours ago

Thank you very much. so exciting to see java 8 in action. super videos. respect.

Alex Sánchez
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Alex Sánchez
1 month 20 days ago

Excellent tutorial series! Thanks for your videos! Quite easy to follow…I'm excited to finish the course!Will check your other courses.Thanks again for your good work!

Ярослав Павлюк
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Ярослав Павлюк
2 months 10 days ago

Hello.I have problem:Error:(22, 41) java: lambda expressions are not supported in -source 1.6 (use -source 8 or higher to enable lambda expressions).Help me, please =)

Sarvani kanchibhotla
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Sarvani kanchibhotla
29 days 17 hours ago

update your java version to 1.8 as shown in video 8. Hope this helps!!

Vijay Raut
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Vijay Raut
2 months 16 days ago

Cool videos, I am really covered all the thing which I wanted.

Stephen Kuehl
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Stephen Kuehl
2 months 24 days ago

Cool!

Jose Abel de la Fuente Arriaga
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Jose Abel de la Fuente Arriaga
3 months 8 days ago

is possible to use spring boot with soap services?… like RequestMapping?

Will Ruiz
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Will Ruiz
3 months 19 days ago

Can someone post code for this method…that is not in Lamda public Topic getTopic(String id){ return topics.stream().filter(t -> t.getId().equals(id)).findFirst().get();}

Shank09
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Shank09
2 months 26 days ago

public Topic getTopic(String id){ for(Topic topic : topics){ if(topic.getId().equals(id)){ return topic; } } return null;}

Will Ruiz
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Will Ruiz
3 months 9 days ago

figured it out…use this:public Topic getTopic(String id){ Topic tp = new Topic(); for(int i=0; i<topics.size(); i++){ Topic t = topics.get(i); if(t.getId().equals(id)){ tp = topics.get(i); } } return tp; }

zzor12
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zzor12
3 months 20 days ago

Hi thank you so much! How to add search method in my spring boot application Pls help me 🙂

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