Beginning Spring Framework 2
By Thomas Van de Velde, Bruce Snyder, Christian Dupuis, Sing Li, Anne Horton, Naveen Balani
Publisher: Wiley / Wrox
Final Release Date: March 2008
Pages: 450

Beginning Spring Framework 2

Developing server-side applications with Java Enterprise Editioncan be complex and time consuming. The Spring Framework is designedfrom the ground up to make it easier than ever. With this book asyour guide, you quickly learn how to use the latest features ofSpring 2 and other open-source tools, such as JUnit, Ant, andHibernate®, that can be downloaded for free on the web.

With this book you hit the ground running and work with aserver-side Spring example within the first chapter. You becomequickly familiarized with the technology pieces and the lingo ofSpring 2 that facilitate creation of Java server applications. Ineach subsequent chapter, you explore in more depth afundamentalarea of Spring application design and development by walkingthrough the steps involved in building a larger production-scaleexample.

What you will learn from this book

  • How to utilize the Spring 2 Framework and associated APIs inbuilding your applications

  • How to implement core best practices including inversion ofcontrol, dependency injection, and aspect oriented programming

  • How to code and test POJO (Plain Old Java Object) centric designand development, enabling business logic

  • How to support data access to and from relational databaseservers using the Java Persistence API (JPA)

  • How to create maintainable Java server applications thatdecouple the user interface from the business logic by using SpringMVC

  • How to create applications that generate RSS for websyndication, and PDFs for portable reports

  • How to build Web Services interoperability features that enableyour server applications to exchange data and information withMicrosoft .NET based systems

  • How to improve system robustness by adding transactional supportto Spring applications

Who this book is for
This book is for Java developers who want tobuild server-sideapplications utilizing the Spring Framework and associatedopen-sourcetools. Developers already working with existingJ2EE orJava EE servers will also find useful information on techniques intransitioning to the lightweight Spring Framework.

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