Spring Boot 2

Spring Boot 2 and Spring 5 Framework

Spring Security 5 - There is no PasswordEncoder mapped for the id

Carvia Tech | July 09, 2019 | | 1 views | Spring Boot 2

After migration to Spring Boot 2.1, you may encounter the below error when you try to hit a protected endpoint with username and password. java.lang.IllegalArgumentException There is no PasswordEncoder mapped for the id null

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What is new in Spring Boot 2

Carvia Tech | May 20, 2019 | 2 min read | 47 views | Spring Boot 2

Spring boot 2 brings major changes, including Java 8 baseline, Spring 5, reactive web programming, Kotlin support, embedded netty, simplified security configuration.

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Self Signed Certificate in Spring 5 WebClient

Carvia Tech | May 05, 2019 | 1 min read | 389 views | Spring Boot 2

We can use an insecure TrustManagerFactory that trusts all X.509 certificates without any verification. This will allow any https certificate (self-signed, expired, etc) with WebClient communication.

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Securing Spring MVC REST endpoint using Basic Auth

Carvia Tech | April 07, 2019 | 3 min read | 81 views | Spring Boot 2

In this tutorial we will create a simple Spring Boot 2.1.x based REST API that is secured by Basic Authentication, User details are stored in-memory.

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