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Publisher Comments:

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. In Spring, you can make an object secure, remote, or transactional, with a couple of lines of configuration instead of embedded code. The resulting application is simple and clean. In Spring, you can work less and go home early, because you can strip away a whole lot of the redundant code that you tend to see in most J2EE applications. You won't be nearly as burdened with meaningless detail. In Spring, you can change your mind without the consequences bleeding through your entire application. You'll adapt much more quickly than you ever could before. Spring: A Developer's Notebook offers a quick dive into the new Spring framework, designed to let you get hands-on as quickly as you like. If you don't want to bother with a lot of theory, this book is definitely for you. You'll work through one example after another. Along the way, you'll discover the energy and promise of the Spring framework. This practical guide features ten code-intensive labs that'll rapidly get you up to speed. You'll learn how to do the following, and more:
  • Install the Spring Framework & set up the development environment
  • Use the Inversion of Control pattern to simplify wiring together your classes
  • Use Aspects to add services like transactions and security without pain
  • Use tools like Hibernate and iBatis
  • Use Spring MVC and Spring Rich to build web frontends and rich clients
  • Use Spring with frameworks such as Struts and JSF

As with all titles in the Developer's Notebook series, this no-nonsense book skips all the boring prose and cuts right to the chase. It's an approach that forces you to get your hands dirty by working through one instructional example after another-examples that speak to you instead of at you.

Book News Annotation:

Written in an informal, even confessional manner, this guide to the simple open source framework that has supplanted many more commercially viable but twitchy programs includes a wide variety of samples and examples, an online chapter, and room for your own notes on each page. It starts with building two classes with a dependency and then using dependency injection, which is a practical (to put it mildly) first step, then progresses to automation, injecting dependencies with Spring, and writing a test. The next step is to build a user interface, which follows, and integrating other clients, using the 3DBC, working with OR persistence (for example, in integrating iBATIS, using Spring with IDO, or even using Hibernate with Spring, services and AOP, transactions and security (including securing application servlets), messaging and remoting. The notebook closes with advice on building rich clients, which presumably should include yourself.
Annotation 2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Book News Annotation:

Written in an informal, even confessional manner, this guide to the simple open source framework that has supplanted many more commercially viable but twitchy programs includes a wide variety of samples and examples, an online chapter, and room for your own notes on each page. It starts with building two classes with a dependency and then using dependency injection, which is a practical (to put it mildly) first step, then progresses to automation, injecting dependencies with Spring, and writing a test. The next step is to build a user interface, which follows, and integrating other clients, using the 3DBC, working with OR persistence (for example, in integrating iBATIS, using Spring with IDO, or even using Hibernate with Spring, services and AOP, transactions and security (including securing application servlets), messaging and remoting. The notebook closes with advice on building rich clients, which presumably should include yourself. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

An all code and nothing but the code introduction to the new Spring Framework

About the Author

Bruce A. Tate and Justin Gehtland are the authors of Better, Faster, Lighter Java, which won a JOLT award in 2005. This book continues their investigation of "lightweight" technologies.

Table of Contents

ForewordPrefaceChapter 1: Getting StartedChapter 2: Building a User InterfaceChapter 3: Integrating Other ClientsChapter 4: Using JDBCChapter 5: OR PersistenceChapter 6: Services and AOPChapter 7: Transactions and SecurityChapter 8: Messaging and RemotingChapter 9: Building Rich ClientsColophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9780596009106
Author:
Tate, Bruce
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Author:
Gethland, Justin
Author:
Tate, Bruce A.
Author:
Gehtland, Justin
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Database Management - General
Subject:
Application software
Subject:
Development
Subject:
Application software -- Development.
Subject:
Software Engineering - Programming and Languages
Subject:
Bruce Tate;Developer s Notebook;Hibernate;Java;Justin Gehtland;Spring
Subject:
Programming Languages - Java
Subject:
CourseSmart Subject Description
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Publication Date:
20050431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
216
Dimensions:
9.42x7.04x.52 in. .75 lbs.

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