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Developing Services with Apache Camel - Part III: Integrating Spring 4 and Spring Boot Matt Raible
This article is the third in a series on Apache Camel and how I used it to replace IBM Message Broker for a client. I used Apache Camel for several months this summer to create a number of SOAP services. These services performed various third-party...
Developing Services with Apache Camel - Part II: Creating and Testing Routes Matt Raible
This article is the second in a series on Apache Camel and how I used it to replace IBM Message Broker for a client. The first article, Developing Services with Apache Camel - Part I: The Inspiration , describes why I chose Camel for this project. ...
Developing Services with Apache Camel - Part I: The Inspiration Matt Raible
In early May, my client asked me to work on a project migrating from IBM Message Broker 6.1 to an open source solution. Their reason was simple, the IBM solution was end of life and outdated. To prove how out of date it was, the Windows version...
Rafting the Green River through Desolation Canyon Matt Raible
After rafting the Yampa in June, we knew we'd experienced a once-in-a-lifetime kinda trip. We never expected to have two in one summer. When we got an invite to raft Desolation Canyon over Labor Day weekend, we jumped at the opportunity. ...
Getting Started with JHipster on OS X Matt Raible
Last week I was tasked with developing a quick prototype that used AngularJS for its client and Spring MVC for its server. A colleague developed the same application using Backbone.js and Spring MVC. At first, I considered using my boot-ionic ...

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