How to check your version and upgrade JHipster

A quick tutorial on checking and updating your version of JHipster

The last few months of my life have been full of Angular + Spring Boot projects and I have been having a blast. When you start building these types of applications you need to start looking into JHipster. 

Greetings Java Hipster

If you’re new to JHipster I wrote up a tutorial titled “What is JHipster & Why you need to start using it today”. In this short post, we are going to look at how to tell what version of JHipster you’re running and how to tell if there are updates available. If there are updates available you will wanna upgrade to the current version. This is not a tutorial on upgrading a current application from one version to another as there is a little more work involved in that.

How to start writing Angular & Spring Applications

A quick guide to getting started with Spring Boot & Angular 4

If your story reads anything like mine this is going to be an exciting post. I have worked with Angular JS 1.x in both projects and large scale projects at work. I honestly liked the framework but always felt that it was a bit too boilerplate and complex.

Do More with Angular & Spring Boot

Now that Angular 2, and subsequently Angular 4 has been released I have spent the last few months catching up. If you ever felt like I did towards Angular 1.x I am here to tell you that it is time to give Angular another look. 

I absolutely love building Angular 2 & Spring Applications and in this article, I am going to give you some resources to help kick start your journey.