In this tutorial, you will create a reactive web service using Spring Boot and Spring Webflux, with a little help from Spring Initializr and HTTPie.
Learn how to set up continuous deployment in Java, then add a feature flag to your app to change how it behaves in production without having to redeploy.
Learn how to create a basic CRUD app using Spring Boot and Angular to release features to production quickly and safely.
Build a simple Spring Boot web app and see how you can easily use feature flags to change functionality.
We’ll take a quick look at using New Relic to sleuth through a production incident, and then walk through setting it up for a Spring Boot web service.
For developers building on the Java stack, integrating with Split is easy. We created our SDK with two main goals: simplicity and performance: so much so that it takes only three steps to get up and running, and the overhead of using Split from within your Java code only adds a few microseconds of latency.
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