I’ve been working lately on a project with a few services (or microservices, if you like to play buzzword bingo). I wanted to share some thoughts on how using Swagger together with MapStruct can make things easier.
In this post, I’ll be using Swagger to build a REST API with Java and Spring Boot. Swagger is an API framework. It uses a YAML-based language to define an API and it has a code generator that supports multiple languages.
In this post, I’m setting up a private NuGet repository using Sonatype Nexus Repository OSS.
I spent the past two days playing with setting up TeamCity on Azure. This is just a poc more than anything else, but it’s always fun to do something new. I had to fiddle about with some things that didn’t work as expected, so here are some notes to remember what I did.
I played a bit with StyleCop.Analyzers the other day and I wanted to share what I did. I’ll be showing how to add a stylecop file, how to use the same rules across projects, how to create a custom ruleset file.
In this post, I’m creating a code coverage report for a .NET Core project. I’m also using SonarCloud to analyze the project’s quality.
TL;DR: I implemented a small working poc that shows how to automatically create a Confluence page when a Jira ticket is created.