"With Boot you deploy everywhere you can find a JVM basically."
|--Oliver Gierke |
In the previous chapter, we saw how quickly an application can be created with just a few lines of code. To fit the more commonly used paradigm, this chapter (and the rest of the book) will use a project with a build file and Java code instead. However, we'll still see how Spring Boot makes things quick and easy.
In this chapter, we are going to build an app that scans GitHub issues and uses Spring Boot to help guide us in reducing the complexity of integrating multiple Spring projects as well as other third-party libraries.
In this chapter, we will be: