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Custom Exception Handling in Quarkus REST API

In this section, we will learn how to handle exceptions in the Quarkus REST application using ExceptionMapper interface implementations. ExceptionMapper is a contract for a provider that will map a thrown application exception to a Response object. We will show you custom exception handling with the help of a simple application, Final  Project Directory: Complete pom.xml  <?xml version = "1.0" ?> <project     xsi:schemaLocation = ""     xmlns = ""     xmlns:xsi = "" >     <modelVersion> 4.0.0 </modelVersion>     <groupId> </groupId>     <artifactId> quarku-custom-exception-handling </artifactId>     <version> 1.0.0-SNAPSHOT </version>     <properties>         <compiler-plugin.version> 3.8.1 </compiler-

Best Free Java IDEs

An integrated development environment (IDE) is one of the essential components of a software project. It facilitates the development process. IDEs improve developer productivity by reducing the time it takes to set up, speeding up development work, keeping developers up to date on the latest risks and best practices, as well as standardizing the development workflow so that anyone can take part. IDEs also help to streamline development. They allow programmers to think of their work as a whole software development lifecycle (SDLC) instead of a series of isolated steps.   The 8 Best Java IDEs:   1. Eclipse Eclipse is an open-source Java development environment for developers. Most of its code is written in Java. With Eclipse, we can create cross-platform applications for mobile devices, web browsers, desktop computers, and enterprise applications. We can easily add multilingual support and other functionality to any of our built-in packages, and we are rewarded with virtually limitless c