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Adding Some Demo Data

Before we can start displaying data in our application we need to add some demo data. You could point the data source to be an external persistent data source that contains test data instead of using an in-memory data source that

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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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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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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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Getting started with IntelliJ

Now that the project is ready over in VSTS it is time to start the project in your IDE. The choice of IDE is really a personal preference, I am going to be using IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (the community version

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