Chapter 5. Working with configuration properties
This chapter covers
- Fine-tuning autoconfigured beans
- Applying configuration properties to application components
- Working with Spring profiles
Do you remember when the iPhone first came out? A small slab of metal and glass hardly fit the description of what the world had come to recognize as a phone. And yet, it pioneered the modern smartphone era, changing everything about how we communicate. Although touch phones are in many ways easier and more powerful than their predecessor, the flip phone, when the iPhone was first announced, it was hard to imagine how a device with a single button could be used to place calls.
In some ways, Spring Boot autoconfiguration is like this. Autoconfiguration ...