SPRING FRAME WORK Ebook
New Book: Working with Spring Web Flow
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Thu, 2007-09-06 02:22. Book Description
Ervacon has published the first book dedicated entirely to Spring Web Flow: Working with Spring Web Flow.
This book by Spring Web Flow project founder Erwin Vervaet, covers Spring Web Flow in detail by explaining its motivation and feature set, as well as providing practical guidance for using the framework to develop web applications successfully in a number of environments.
Spring in Action, Second Edition
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Thu, 2007-08-09 17:06. Book Description
From the publisher:
“Spring is a fresh breeze blowing over the Java landscape. Based on the principles of dependency injection, interface-oriented design, and aspect-oriented programming, Spring combines enterprise application power with the simplicity of plain-old Java objects (POJOs).
In this second edition, Spring in Action has been completely updated to cover the exciting new features of Spring 2.0. The book begins by introducing you to the core concepts of Spring and then quickly launches into a hands-on exploration of the framework. Combining short code snippets and an ongoing example developed throughout the book, it shows you how to build simple and efficient J2EE applications. You will see how to solve persistence problems, handle asynchronous messaging, create and consume remote services, build web applications, and integrate with most popular web frameworks. You will learn how to use Spring to write simpler, easier to maintain code so that you can focus on what really matters–your critical business needs.”
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Spring – Framework f? Java Entwicklung
Submitted by Eberhard Wolff on Sat, 2006-07-08 16:31. Book Description
This is a German book about the Spring framework. Therefore the rest of the description will also be in German.
Das Buch bietet eine umfassende Einf? in das Spring-Framework und behandelt u.a.:
* Dependency Injection
* Aspektorientierte Programmierung
* Persistenz (JDBC, iBATIS, Hibernate)
* Verteilte Anwendungen (RMI, SOAP, HTTP, EJB)
* Spring Web Framework
* Integration in Struts und JSF
* Neue Features in Spring 2.0
Dar?inaus erh? der Leser einen ?erblick ?ortgeschrittene F?gkeiten von Spring und ?echnologien aus dem Spring-Umfeld. Dazu z?en das Acegi-Sicherheitsframework, Spring Web Flow und Spring Rich Client.
Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Thu, 2006-05-25 09:51. Book Description
From Amazon: Agile Java? Development With Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse is a book about robust technologies and effective methods which help bring simplicity back into the world of enterprise Java development. The three key technologies covered in this book, the Spring Framework, Hibernate and Eclipse, help reduce the complexity of enterprise Java development significantly. Furthermore, these technologies enable plain old Java objects (POJOs) to be deployed in light-weight containers versus heavy-handed remote objects that require heavy EJB containers.
Spring par la pratique
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Wed, 2006-05-03 16:35. Book Description
This is the first French-language book on the Spring Framework, and includes material on both Spring 1.2 and Spring 2.0.
Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow
Submitted by Thomas Risberg on Fri, 2006-02-24 07:32. Book Description
Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow provides in-depth coverage of Spring MVC and Spring Web Flow. This book takes great care in covering every inch of Spring MVC and Spring Web Flow to give you the complete picture. Along with all the best known features of these frameworks, you?ll discover some new hidden treasures. You?ll also learn how to correctly and safely extend the frameworks to create customized solutions.
Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Fri, 2005-07-08 10:25. Book Description
From the Editorial Review:
This in-depth, authoritative book-written by the lead developers of the Spring Framework-describes common types of problems faced by Java developers and then shows how Spring can help solve them.
Covering the complete spectrum of Java development, the book introduces well-known techniques (such as design patterns) to solve problems as well as new and innovative approaches that can be used in conjunction with other popular open source technologies like Hibernate and Velocity.
Spring: A Developer’s Notebook
Submitted by Thomas Risberg on Sat, 2005-04-23 16:53. Book Description
Since development first began on Spring in 2003, there’s been a constant buzz about it in Java development publications and corporate IT departments. The reason is clear: Spring is a lightweight Java framework in a world of complex heavyweight architectures that take forever to implement. Spring is like a breath of fresh air to overworked developers.
Spring in Action
Submitted by Thomas Risberg on Fri, 2005-02-11 17:00. Book Description
Written for enterprise Java developers who have become disillusioned with the complexity and bulk involved with EJB development, this programming tool demonstrates how the Spring framework can make coupled code easy to manage, understand, reuse, and unit-test. Spring’s employment of inversion control and aspect-oriented programming techniques to encourage loosely coupled code is explained, providing programmers with the ability to use JavaBeans with the power and enterprise services only previously available in the heavier Enterprise JavaBeans.
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Thu, 2005-01-20 08:00. Book Description
Pro Spring is a comprehensive reference to the Spring Framework and the ideal companion for any serious Spring developer. Suitable for both beginners and experts alike, Pro Spring starts at the very beginning with coverage of the basics of Inversion of Control and AOP. Beyond this, developers will find extensive coverage of J2EE integration, data access with Spring, JavaMail integration, Quartz integration and Spring MVC.
Submitted by Thomas Risberg on Sun, 2004-10-31 17:00. Book Description
Spring Live is designed to explain how to integrate Spring into your projects to make your development life easier. It is aimed at users that are familiar with Java development, but have never used Spring. As you read this title, you will learn how Spring reduces the amount of code you have to write and why it’s getting so much attention (and respect) from the Java community.
Expert One-on-One J2EE Development without EJB
Submitted by Colin Sampaleanu on Mon, 2004-06-21 00:00. Book Description
Expert One-on-One J2EE Development without EJB shows Java developers and architects how to build robust J2EE applications without having to use Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB). This practical, code-intensive guide provides best practices for using simpler and more effective methods and tools, inlcuding JavaServer pages, servlets, and lightweight frameworks.
Better, Faster, Lighter Java
Submitted by Thomas Risberg on Tue, 2004-06-01 17:00. Book Description
In Better, Faster, Lighter Java authors Bruce Tate and Justin Gehtland argue that the old heavyweight architectures are unwieldy, complicated, and contribute to slow and buggy application code. As an alternative means for building better applications, the authors present two “lightweight” open source architectures: Hibernate–a persistence framework that does its job with a minimal API and gets out of the way, and Spring–a container that’s not invasive, heavy or complicated.
Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development
Submitted by Thomas Risberg on Thu, 2004-01-01 12:00. Book Description
The results of using J2EE in practice are often disappointing ? applications are often slow, unduly complex, and take too long to develop. I believe that the problem lies not in J2EE itself, but in that it is often used badly. Many J2EE publications advocate approaches that, while fine in theory, often fail in reality, or deliver no real business value.
In this book I offer a real-world, how-to guide so that you can make J2EE work in practice. I draw on my experience of designing successful high-volume J2EE applications and salvaging failing projects, as well as intimate knowledge of the J2EE specifications.
Thank’s to Mamat Zone
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