Guide to the Reader

Depending on your intention of reading this document, you might be more interested in the following chapters:

  • If you are completely new to Quarkus, you may be interested in the pros and cons of Quarkus. Also, take a look at the official Quarkus website. You might also be interested in the features that GraalVM offers.

  • If you are new to devon4j, take a look at devon4j’s recommendations on general best practices. Check out the chapters on architecture design, project structuring, and coding conventions. Follow the referenced links to explore a topic in more depth.

  • If you are an experienced Spring developer and want to get in touch with Quarkus, read our Getting started with Quarkus for Spring developers guide.

  • If you’re looking to build your first Quarkus application, the Quarkus website offers some good getting started guides. Also, check out our Quarkus template guide, which gives you some recommendations on extensions and frameworks to use. It also provides some links to the Quarkus code generator with preselected configurations you can use to create your application.

  • If you want to have a Quarkus sample application using devon4j recommendations, check out our Quarkus reference application.

  • If you have a Spring application and want to migrate it to Quarkus, take a look at our migration guide.

  • If you already have some experience with devon4j and Quarkus and need more information on a specific topic, check out our Quarkus guides. If you don’t find what you are looking for there, check out the general section. devon4j uses general solutions for Java, so solutions for both Quarkus and Spring are documented there.

  • If you want to learn how to build native images, check out this guide.

Last updated 2023-11-20 10:37:01 UTC