As you have seen so far, Spring boot takes care of a lot of the boiler plate configurations required to setup a Spring application that we would have to do otherwise and helps us to get to the application coding part asap.
To do that, Spring boot has 4 tricks up its sleeve that it uses to accomplish what it does.
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In this post we are going to look at setting up basic security for your Spring Boot app.
Any Spring Boot app should have some kind of security in place as a general best practice, especially while being deployed in a production environment.
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Spring boot uses an opinionated approach for a lot of things, with logging being one. It uses Logback by default. While Logback is useful, some of you may want to use a different log library. What do you have to do to use log4j as the logger?
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