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Last updated: 2022-05-05
Quickstart (DevOps plan)
The DevOps plan allows larger teams and companies to customize the Bootify Builder as well as the generated code exactly to their needs. This optimizes the process of building new applications, to comply with corporate standards and improve the developer experience. All the features of the Free and Professional plan are included.
Configure the regular options of the Bootify Builder to fit your company's tech stack. Hide or reduce the options (e.g. the list of databases) and set your own default values for new projects. Add your custom dependencies and preselect them.
Extend the Builder with your own options. The types available are
The values entered by the developer into the project can then be used in the
following areas to customize the generated code.
Upload a zip archive with your own files that can be added to the source code of the
generated projects. By means of a
.bootify configuration file, conditions
can be defined which files are relevant for the respective project. Files can also be
templates to customize their content depending on the regular or custom options.
The build files (
can be extended using explicit hooks. These are read from the buildExtensions folder of the zip
archive as templates and integrated into the build files.
Add your own properties to the
of your projects. The value as well as the optional condition are evaluated as a SpEL expression.
A test project can be created and explicitly configured in different variants. These variants can be downloaded via a central, external link to ensure the continuous functioning of the current code state in a company-internal pipeline.
With these functionalities, a comprehensive DevOps tool is available to centralize the creation of new Spring Boot applications or microservices. In addition to the classes generated by Bootify, all important code fragments are maintained and developers can directly start with the implementation.