Mongodb, Repository Templates, and JUnit


Spring has come a long way in simplicity.  Spring Boot is fantastic.  Even so, there are still a gazillion ways to do the same thing.  I’m always on the hunt for the simplest and this hunt took a long time.  There are several tutorials and examples available, yet none of them provided this precise mix of options.  I wanted to use JUnit and MongoDb templates.  I did not want to define an application context.  I did not want to code a repository implementation.  I did not want to write any CRUD code.  I did not want to configure my way into insanity.

Please check out the tutorial: MongoDB and Spring Data Queries


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Steve works with successful software startups and tech companies throughout Silicon Valley. Most recently he has been developing content migration tools for large websites. He has a deep passion for all things software engineering, from design concepts, to team management, to final delivery.

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