English conversation with 140-character limit is hard for Japanese
This post is an English translation of http://garbagetown.hatenablog.com/entries/2016/01/08 . *1
While I was watching Building Microservices with Spring Boot LiveLessons (Video Training), I noticed that I can see the usage examples by executing
curl start.spring.io without parameters.
I didn't know how to display the usage examples, although I knew that I can create an application using curl with parameters such as
curl start.spring.io -d style=web .
I had tweeted about that because I thought it was very useful, then Stephane Nicoll(@snicoll) gave me a mention.
@garbagetown where do you want us to display that?— Stéphane Nicoll (@snicoll) January 7, 2016
I couldn't express what I wanted to say in 140 chars because I'm not good at English, so I told him that I'll write that in this blog post.
What I wanted to say was...
I think it's better if how to use curl was on Spring Boot Reference Guide where Spring Boot beginners refer at first.
Having said that, however, I think it's not a big problem because I think most of users use Spring Initializr UI or STS rather than using curl to generate Spring Boot applications.
I'm sorry that I might have Stephane confused.
- Spring Boot makes Java fun again. Thanks!
- I love Belgian beer, so I want to visit Belgium some day.
- I need to study English :-(
Edit on 12 Jan, 2016
Spring Boot Reference Guide has been improved. Thanks Stéphane!
@snicoll Thanks for the improvement! I think that's fine :-)— でくのぼうは静かに暮らしたい (@garbagetown) January 12, 2016