In this 2nd part of the tutorial series, we're going to look at the config server that we'll need to create in order to hold configuration properties for our microservices in our microservice architecture. We'll do this by using Spring Boot and other libraries.
Create a microservices application architecture with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud - Part 1 - Microservices architecture overview
Want to create a full microservices application architecture with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud but don't know where to start? Check out these series of blog posts because I felt the same way too! This first part will give you an overview of the microservices application architecture we're going to build on our local environment.
In this post, I'll be going over how I created the sub menus in Carpe Debitum and the subsections using Vue router. You may be able to use what I did to accomplish something similar.
It's been a couple of months, but I've continued working with VueJS and Spring Boot to add new front-end features such as new subsections and other areas for tracking purposes.
Using VueJS along with Vuex has been a blessing in disguise to really help put things together for the frontend. Here's a look at the revised design after an evening of looking at colors and getting inspiration from other applications. This is why I'm not a UX/UI designer.
I got tired of using spreadsheets to track my financial debt accounts like my credit cards and school loans, so I decided to start a project using VueJS for the frontend and Spring Boot (Java) for the backend.