Integrating Stripe Payment Gateway with Spring Boot

Stripe is a popular payment processing platform that allows businesses to securely accept payments online. Integrating Stripe with a Spring Boot application enables you to easily handle payment transactions, manage customers, and more. In this tutorial, we'll guide you through the process of integrating Stripe with a Spring Boot backend. Prerequisites Before we begin,…

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Integrating PayPal with Spring Boot

Integrating PayPal into a Spring Boot application allows you to accept payments from customers using PayPal's secure payment platform. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of setting up a Spring Boot application to handle PayPal payments. Table of Contents Create a PayPal Developer Account Set Up a Spring Boot Application…

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Using OpenAI ChatGPT APIs in Spring Boot

In this tutorial, we will explore how to integrate OpenAI's ChatGPT API into a Spring Boot application. OpenAI's ChatGPT API allows us to create conversational AI models for various applications like chatbots, customer support systems, and more. We'll walk through the process of setting up a Spring Boot application and making requests to the…

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Using @DependsOn Annotation in Spring Boot for Bean Dependencies

The @DependsOn annotation is used to express explicit dependencies between Spring beans. When you use @DependsOn, Spring ensures that the specified beans are initialized before the bean with the @DependsOn annotation. Prerequisites Make sure you have the following installed: Java JDK (8 or later) Maven (for building the project) Your favorite Java IDE (IntelliJ…

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Spring Boot Tutorial with WireMock

Spring Boot is a powerful framework for building Java applications with minimal configuration. WireMock is a library for stubbing and mocking web services for testing purposes. In this tutorial, we will integrate WireMock with Spring Boot to demonstrate how you can create and test RESTful services with ease. Table of Contents Introduction to Spring…

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Spring Boot @Lazy Annotation

In Spring Boot, the @Lazy annotation is used to delay the initialization of a bean until the bean is actually needed. This can be useful when you have beans that are expensive to create or when you want to control when a bean is instantiated. In this tutorial, we'll explore how to use @Lazy…

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Two-Factor Authentication with Spring Security

Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of security to your application by requiring users to provide two different authentication factors. In this tutorial, we'll implement Two-Factor Authentication in a Spring Boot application using Spring Security. Prerequisites Basic understanding of Spring Boot and Spring Security JDK installed on your machine Maven or Gradle installed…

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Integrating Keycloak with Spring Boot

Keycloak is an open-source Identity and Access Management solution, providing features such as Single Sign-On (SSO), OAuth 2.0, and OpenID Connect. In this tutorial, we will integrate Keycloak with a Spring Boot application for secure authentication and authorization. Prerequisites Java JDK installed on your machine Maven or Gradle installed Keycloak installed (You can download…

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Spring Boot OAuth2 Social Login with Google, Facebook Twitter

In this tutorial, we will create a Spring Boot application that allows users to log in using their Google, Facebook, or Twitter accounts using OAuth2. We'll integrate with these social platforms to enable seamless social login functionality. Prerequisites Basic understanding of Spring Boot JDK installed on your machine Maven or Gradle installed Developer accounts…

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