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Beginning Spring 2: From Novice to Professional (Beginning: From Novice to Professional)by Dave Minter
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Spring has made a remarkable rise in popularity since its conception in 2002. Many users have found the lightweight, open source Spring framework ideal for building their applications in J2EE environments. Written by a key member of the Spring community, Beginning Spring: From Novice to Professional will take developers through the first steps of using Spring whilst discussing the relevant technologies that Spring can be integrated with, what to be aware of and how working with Spring makes them easier to use. It focuses on the most useful features of Spring, including persistence and transaction management as well as the complete Spring web tools portfolio, and also introduces 3-tier application design and how to test these designs.
Ideal for J2EE beginners, this book provides a broad insight into Spring's enterprise Java-based technologies, whilst showing how to use Spring correctly in applications lowers the enterprise Java learning curve without going into too much detail. Using less complex alternatives wherever possible, this book describes how Spring can make developers more productive in complicated environments where J2EE technologies need to be applied.
Book News Annotation:
Minter has written several books on Java applications such as Pro Hibernate 3 and Portlet API, and he provides web developers with a step-by-step tutorial on the use and testing of the Spring 2 open source toolkit. The author provides examples of common web applications that use Spring 2 to create web content in conjunction with Spring MVC and Web Flow. This book also describes how even novice developers can secure web applications with Acegi libraries, and how the Spring 2 wrappers can be used to send email for JavaMail APIs. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The first and only authorized book that takes readers through the first steps of using Spring, this guide requires no prior J2EE experience. It discusses integrated technologies that developers should be aware of, and illustrates how Spring makes using them easier. The authors teach the correct usage of Spring in applications, and covers useful features of Spring without delving too far into complicated features.
Spring has made a remarkable rise since its conception in 2002. Users find Spring the ideal framework to build their applications in J2EE environments. Beginning Spring 2 is the first Spring?authorized book that takes you through the first steps of using Spring, and requires no prior J2EE experience. It discusses relevant integrated technologies that you should be aware of, and illustrates how Spring makes using them easier.
The book teaches the correct usage of Spring in applications, and lowers the learning curve on J2EE standards. It covers useful features of Spring without delving too far into complicated features. The authors take advantage of less complex alternatives whenever possible, and shows how Spring can make you more productive in complicated environments where J2EE technologies need to be applied. The book covers the complete Spring web tools portfolio and deals with persistence and transaction management. It also introduces 3?tier application design and how to test these designs.
Table of Contents
A gentle introduction to the Spring framework.- Introduction to the application context.- More on the application context.- Data access: JDBC.- Data access: ORM tools.- Transaction management.- 3-tier application design.- Introduction to Spring MVC.- Working with forms.- Spring MVC integration.- Spring Web Flow.- AOP: basic concepts.- Testing.
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