vertx-postgresql-starter - Starting a monolithic CRUD RESTful Web Service with Vert

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This is a starter to build a monolithic CRUD RESTful Web Service with Vert.x stack and postgreSQL. It leverages Gradle to build and Docker to boost deployment. The project takes an easy example with an mini library, the REST API specification is here.

https://github.com/BillyYccc/vertx-postgresql-starter

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