Spring Boot with Thymeleaf tutorial, part 3 – Spring Data JPA
In this tutorial I am going to add a possibility of storing added posts in a database. I extend previous project where post form is already implemented. I use H2 in-memory database to simplify project’s complexity. To implement data access layer in the application I use Spring Data JPA.
1. Set up the project as is described in previous post or checkout the source code.
2. Add Maven dependencies to enable Spring Data JPA and H2 database: