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About the Book
The Ratpacked Notebook contains the blog posts about Ratpack previously mentioned on my blog. The posts have been edited slightly so they can be used for the book. The book gives a broad overview of all the great features we can find in the awesome Ratpack framework.
- About Me
- Default Port Is 5050
- Change Server Port With Environment Variable
- Start Ratpack With a Random Port Number
- Externalized Application Configuration
- Use Command Line Arguments For Configuration
- Using Database As Custom Configuration Source
- Using Groovy Configuration Scripts As Configuration Source
- Handling Exceptions When Reading Configuration Sources
- Apply Configuration To Configurable Module
- Use Asynchronous Logging
- Request Logging
- Log Request Duration
- Using Mapped Diagnostic Context (MDC) Logging
- Type Conversion For Path Tokens
- Using Optional Path Tokens
- Using Regular Expressions For Path Tokens
- Using Names With Regular Expression Tokens
- Validating Forms
- Create a Partial Response
- Add Response Time To Response Header
- Implicit Registry Retrieval With InjectionHandler
- Respond To Custom MIME Types
- Execute Handlers Based On Accept Header
- Add Common Handlers Via The Registry
- Add Chains Via Registry
- Extending GroovyChain DSL
- Include Files In The Ratpack Groovy DSL
- Register Renderer For A List Of Objects
- Customising Renderers With Decorators
- Getting Multiple Objects With Same Type From Registry
- Searching Objects In The Registry
- Using Spring As Component Registry
- Special Routing Of Promise Values Using Predicates
- Tapping In On A Promise
- Groovy DSL Code Completion In IntelliJ IDEA
- Debugging Application Defined Using Groovy DSL In IntelliJ IDEA
- Running Ratpack In Groovy Console
- Execute Code On Start and Stop Application Lifecycle Events
- Different Base Directory With Marker File
- Using PostgreSQL Database
- Using Multiple DataSources
- Revisited Using Multiple DataSources
- Add Health Checks
- Stub External HTTP Service
- Use TestHttpClient For External HTTP Services
- Running With LiveReload Using Gradle
- Deploy Application As Docker Container
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