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Spring with Maven using Spring Boot

 
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I wrote a step by step instruction list while playing around with Spring Boot. Sharing with you hoping you will find it useful to quickly ramp up with Spring -

https://ashikuzzaman.wordpress.com/2015/06/04/spring-with-maven-using-spring-boot/
 
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Thanks.

Have you seen this: http://start.spring.io/

With this you can quickly click together a Spring Boot project with Maven or Gradle, with the dependencies that you select already in the Maven or Gradle build file. Very quick and easy to get started with a Spring Boot project.

IntelliJ even has built-in support for this, if you do File / New / Project you can choose Spring Initializr, and you get a wizard where you can select the same things as on Spring's start website.
 
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thank you Jesper. Yes I saw it. But I preferred command line tools and hence went the other route.
 
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