Why cloud-native Java developers love Liberty?
- Exploring the open source runtime and therefore the features it offers that make your lives easier Delivering cloud-native Java applications can be a complex task, and one which will sometimes seem overwhelming.
- Spring Framework and Spring Boot -- Open source framework building on Java EE APIs for developing enterprise and cloud-native applications.
- Setup tools: Starter Now that you've got set up your IDE with our Open Liberty IDE tools, the subsequent step is actually getting hands-on and starting to write an application using Liberty.
- If you are looking to build and deploy your applications in containers, you'll make use of the pre-built Liberty base images that are available in IBM Cloud Registry (ICR) and Docker Hub.
- To view our hands-on guides that showcase how to make use of each API, take a look at the following resources: Testing your application Testing integration A key aspect of agile delivery is continuous integration, and to try to to this effectively you need good testing from the start.
- The Paketo Liberty buildpack provides the Open Liberty runtime to a workflow that produces an Open Container Initiative (OCI) image which will run just about anywhere.