This project allows a user to develop and run messaging microservices using Spring Integration and run them locally or in the cloud. Just add
@EnableBinding and run your app as a Spring Boot app (single application context).
Since version 1.1, Spring Cloud Stream follows a decentralized model where the core components and the binder implementations are developed and released separately. This repository contains the core components of the project and does not contain any binder implementations.
The repository for the Spring Cloud Stream Release Train is here: https://github.com/spring-cloud/spring-cloud-stream-starters
Information on the Spring Cloud Stream release train can be found here: https://github.com/spring-cloud/spring-cloud-stream-starters/wiki#release-notes.
The following binder implementations are currently available:
The latest documentation for the project can be found here.
For Spring Cloud Stream samples, take a look to the samples repository.
Question, Bugs and Enhancements
The project team is happy to receive feedback from the community and answer questions.
We use Git Hub issues for tracking bugs and feature requests. If you would like to report a bug or to suggest a feature, please open a Git Hub issue.
Any question that is not a bug or an issue should be asked on Stack Overflow, using the tag
We love contributions. Follow this link for more information on how to contribute.
Code formatting guidelines
eclipsecontains two files that can be used to configure the formatting rules in your IDE:
eclipse-code-formatter.xmlfor the majority of the code formatting rules and
eclipse.importorderto order the import statements.
In Eclipse you import these files by navigating
Windows → Preferencesand then the menu items
Preferences > Java > Code Style > Formatterand
Preferences > Java > Code Style > Organize Importsrespectively.
IntelliJ, install the plugin
Eclipse Code Formatter. You can find it by searching the "Browse Repositories" under the plugin option within
IntelliJ(Once installed you will need to reboot Intellij for it to take effect). Then navigate to
Intellij IDEA > Preferencesand select the Eclipse Code Formatter. Select the
eclipse-code-formatter.xmlfile for the field
Eclipse Java Formatter config fileand the file
eclipse.importorderfor the field
Import order. Enable the
Eclipse code formatterby clicking
Use the Eclipse code formatterthen click the OK button.
NOTE: If you configure the
Eclipse Code Formatterfrom
File > Other Settings > Default Settingsit will set this policy across all of your Intellij projects.