Spring Boot has some exciting features to offer. It's not difficult to run asynchronous tasks using Spring Boot; all it needs are a few annotations to set up.
In this course, you'll learn how to configure your applications to run scheduled tasks at a fixed rate and fixed delay. You'll also set up forms using the Thymeleaf template engine and perform built-in validation on the form fields.
Next, you'll learn how to configure handler mappings in Spring MVC for request paths, extract request parameters and path variables, and run asynchronous and scheduled operations in Spring Boot. Finally, you'll learn how to perform validation of user-specified form inputs.
Spring Boot Microservices: Asynchronous Methods, Schedulers, & Forms