The simplest way of creating Spring boot with MySQL application is via Spring starter project using STS (Spring Tool Suite) IDE.
- Create a new project by selecting spring starter project wizard
- Select project type as Maven, provide project name, packaging, and Java version etc.
- Select spring boot version and project dependencies
- After finishing, It will create the project structure with all required dependency.
- Configure MySQL configuration in application.properties file
- Now, Create the @Entity model (User) which should be persisted in the database. Hibernate will automatically translate entity class into a table.
- Create the repository (UserRepository.java). The Repository interface will be automatically implemented by Spring in a bean with the same name with changing case. For UserRepository, the bean name will be userRepository.
- To handle HTTP request, Create a Controller class (UserController.java) having method POST and GET operations.
- Now run the SpringBootMySQLApplication.java as a Java application. It will start the tomcat server on default port i.e. 8080
- Open browser and hit url http://localhost:8080/users
- As there is no user present into the database that is why we see empty list. Let's add few users using POSTMAN.
- To add a user, Open Postman and run below http request
- Now again Open browser and hit url http://localhost:8080/users
- Congratulations! We've just developed a Spring application which is bound to a MySQL database, Ready for production! Source code can be downloaded from GITHUB.
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