Monthly Archives: January 2015

Implementing integration testing for ElasticSearch with Java

ElasticSearch is particularly convenient to implement integration tests for application components that are based on it. The ElasticSearch Java client provides all the necessary support to embed an ElasticSearch Node and use it to implement integration tests. Configuring ElasticSearch client … Continue reading

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Installing tools to develop modern JavaScript and Angular applications

We are far from years where JavaScript was a language only to validate form fields within HTML pages. Modern JavaScript applications leverage advanced tools, frameworks and libraries to build them but also to package them. Before being able to use … Continue reading

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Implementing authentication with tokens for RESTful applications

One of the key principles of REST is that its stateless. This means that the server never keeps user state. In the context of security, this aspect has impacts when implementing security. This means that authentication hints must be sent … Continue reading

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