Friends shouldn't let friends write CRUD apps. At least, not by hand. That's why I used a schematic called Angular CRUD in one of my last Angular + Spring Boot blog posts. That post is kinda old (January 2020), but the combination of Angular and Spring Boot remains popular. That's why I decided to turn the series into an Angular Mini-Book for InfoQ.
The book has five different sections:
- Build an Angular App
- Integrate Angular with Spring Boot
- Beautiful Angular Apps with Bootstrap
- Angular Deployment
- Angular and Docker
My goal with the book is to show you everything you need to get your Angular + Spring Boot app to production. But, what about JHipster?
Of course, you can just use JHipster, but I've found that a lot of beginners are intimidated by all the code it generates. That's why I wanted to create a bare-bones Angular guide that uses Spring Boot for its API.
I published the news on Twitter at the end of June.
I'm happy to announce that I've finished the first draft of the @Angular Mini-Book! After the editing process, you'll be able to find it at a local @InfoQ website.— Matt Raible (@mraible) July 1, 2021
Hopefully, they'll create a better cover for it. 😅 #angular #springboot #asciidoctor pic.twitter.com/el20GCS24s