The other day I made a stupid coding error. It took me the better part of an hour to track it down. We all have those moments. Blame it on a bad night’s sleep, a brain fart, or perhaps the fact that your colleague at the next desk has been whistling that tune from Gotye’s […]
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This is the first entry in a new series of what we hope will become a regular appearance on our Trifork blog: “from the trenches”, with blogs that explain in a no-nonsense just-the-tech fashion how we applied certain tools, technologies, libraries and frameworks in our own projects to solve real-world challenges that we faced while […]
In the past few weeks I have been working with Elasticsearch. I was missing a plugin to look at the data, create queries and evaluate different facets. That was when I decided to start working on a plugin that enables you to do just this. I have been working on AngularJS together with Twitter Bootstrap, […]
So as promised here is a sequel to my previous post Introducing the elasticshell. Let’s start exactly where we left off… What about search? We of course need to search against the created index. We can provide queries as either json documents or Java QueryBuilders provided with the elasticsearch Java API, which are exposed to […]
A few days ago I released the first beta version of the elasticshell, a shell for elasticsearch. The idea I had was to create a command line tool that allows you to easily interact with elasticsearch. Isn’t elasticsearch easy enough already? I really do think elasticsearch is already great and really easy to use. However, […]
After laying the ground work for this release about a year ago, we now proudly announce the next major release of Axon Framework! The 2.0 release is a big step forward compared to the previous version, as it contains a thorough restructuring of components, making it even easier to build scalable and extensible applications.
Up until now I told you why I think elasticsearch is so cool and how you can use it combined with Spring. It’s now time to get to something a little more technical. For example, once you have a search engine running you need to index data; when it comes to indexing data you usually […]
In this post I want to introduce you to the Spring MVC testing framework, a way to properly test your Spring MVC controllers.
Axon 2 has hit an important milestone today, as we have published the first Release Candidate. This release marks a major milestone towards the final 2.0 release, expected early January. All features on the roadmap have been implemented in this release. The coming weeks, these features will be refined and fine-tuned for optimal performance and […]
Some people on the Axon Framework mailing list were asking for more basic samples, preferably using something like vert.x. Since I am familiar with Axon as well as vert.x I thought I could help out. Therefore I have created a very basic application based on vert.x using the Axon Framework. The application is all about […]