Do you also want to save a ton of time on your Java projects?
Learn how to get better Java projects faster with jHipster and Docker
Do you or your team struggle with Angular, React, NoSQL or micro-services on your Java project? Don’t know how containers, DevOps and the cloud impact Java? Or can’t find any proper online training for these new technologies?
Is your answer “yes”? Then I can help you: You can build better Java projects faster with jHipster and Docker and save a ton of time!
- jHipster is the #1 Java application generator. It is like having a superstar developer on your team who writes all the “plumbing code” and picks the best libraries.
- Docker revolutionizes software distribution with containers. It is like having your own set of “Linux servers in software” for your program, the database and whatever else you need.
jHipster is open source, and you can use Docker for free. So, how exactly do jHipster and Docker help you?
Let’s say you don’t know Angular and NoSQL at all, but need to deliver an application with them anyhow. Now jHipster gives you a production-ready Java application with Angular and NoSQL quickly — with user management, CRUD screens for your data model and administration screens. And Docker lets you run your application and its database smoothly on your PC, the test server, your data center, and the cloud. jHipster generates code that follows best practices, so you can learn by inspecting the code. As a bonus, jHipster also creates both unit tests and automated browser tests and integrates popular continuous integration servers, so you ship better code faster.
You can now deliver this fully working Angular and NoSQL application to your customer immediately and learn Angular and NoSQL along the way in your project. Or you can learn before your next project starts. Or you can pick technologies: Create a second jHipster project and compare — Angular vs. React, relational database vs. NoSQL or monolith vs. micro-services.
Are you interested in jHipster and Docker now? Great! Sure, you could learn on your own. However, you’re much better off learning from me: I will save you a ton of time!
- I’ve been a Java developer myself for 20 years, so I only teach what Java developers really need to know.
- I’m working on my second jHipster & Docker project now, so you’ll learn to avoid common mistakes and problems.
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