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Thats just a load of CRUD

CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update and Delete which are probably the most basic of things that you can do to a piece of data. Spring Boot gives you a very easy way to setup an interface between your application logic

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Pushing your changes to GIT on VSTS

So we have created our first two code changes and you are now ready to commit them to git. My rule is to commit often as this gives you a much better granularity for figuring out when bugs are introduced

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Person Persons People

Now that the Location class has been created it is time to create our Person class. As the name suggests it represents a single person in the data store. This class is very similar to the Location class so I

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A view in to your data

In the Domino world the data store is part of the application container. When building your app you will invariably start by creating your forms and views to hold the basic structure of the data. For this Spring Boot based application I

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Branching Out On Your Story

Before you start writing code you should create a branch to add the code to in your git repository. You could decide to create the branch directly in your IDE if it has Git support, or if you are using

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Mapping Out Your Ideas

Before we start slinging code around it would probably be a good idea to map out a few concepts and requirements. I’m going to use the VSTS work section to do this. I will create requirements for each idea that

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Committing The Code To VSTS

So we have a new project in IntelliJ with the starter layout provided by the Spring Initializer and we have an empty git repository in VSTS. We now have to link the two of these together so that all your future

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