After setting up your Prometheus it might not work, if you enable debug logs you see that prometheus cannot scrape the actuator logs. To fix this we need to configure your Spring App and Prometheus with Basic Authentication
In this example I will show you how to create toasts that you can define on your server and return as HTMX Response
It is always the best to keep your development environment as close as you can to your production environment. Don’t use a h2 database as it can behave differently to a production database.
I couldn’t get Live Reload with Spring Boot and Thymeleaf to work. But I didn’t want to use bulky node scripts. So I thought we can use Gradle
Recently while doing a project with Go I came across Worker Pools on GoByExample to do parallel processing. I didn’t find many resources for implementing Worker Pools in Kotlin, but it seemed a good idea for my current Spring Boot + Kotlin webapp.