Provide basic security for your Spring Boot application with Spring Security and Kotlin

When you’re creating your REST API, most of the time you don’t want it to be publically accessible. Moreover, sometimes you’d like to restrict certain paths for users with specific roles (for example administrators).

In this blog post, I’m going to provide very basic Spring Security integration for Spring Boot application written in Kotlin language.

Please note that I’m using the example REST API I provided in the previous article. So if you don’t have your Spring Boot REST API built yet, move through the steps I described there.

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How to disable Liquibase in your JHipster project?

JHipster is a great tool to quickly build your application or just the prototype. And when you’re building your MVP you most of the time need to move fast.

Liquibase is a tool that comes by default with JHipster¬†and it’s for database version control. It tracks the changes in the database schema but sometimes it can also be painful.

If you’re here, you’re probably looking for a way to disable it temporarily or once for good.

In this text, I’m going to show you how you can achieve it.

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