Spring Boot Custom Favicon example – The default Spring Boot configuration provides the default favicon for the web application. If you start a Spring Boot app and requests /favicon.ico url, Spring will serve its default favicon.
It is very easy to provide custom favicon and override Spring’s default one. All you need to do is to put your favicon.ico file in classpath. I would recommend to put custom favicon.ico in
Once you put your favicon.ico file under
/static folder, Spring will start serving it.
Spring Boot will read favicon.ico from classpath and serves it for all /favicon.ico requests. You might be thinking from where Spring Boot is serving its default green colored favicon?
This default Spring Boot favicon is in
spring-boot-x.x.x.RELEASE.jar file. In this example I have used Spring Boot 1.5.7.RELEASE so my spring-boot-1.5.7.RELEASE.jar contains favicon.ico file!
Download – Spring Boot Custom Favicon example
As always the source code is available on Github.
Github – spring-boot-custom-favicon-example
Thanks for the article, interesting
Thanks for another excellent tutorial. I am looking for starting web service development using Spring boot. I have used spring MVC in past but this one is a lot easier.
Do you have a tutorial that removes the springboot leaf for your whole application? even if we hit localhost:8080/env?