Getting Started with Spring Framework is a comprehensive and lucid book for computer professionals developing JVM-based systems and applications. The book is intended for advanced Java programmers who wish to learn how to use the Spring Framework to build web applications on top of the Java EE platform. Readers will learn how to use Spring 3.2 to begin developing applications. The book covers the basics, and then shows how to configure beans. It explains about dependency injection, customizing beans and bean definitions, annotation-driven development with Spring, and database interaction with Spring. In addition, readers will learn about messaging, sending emails, asynchronous method execution, and caching using Spring. The book is an essential read for all Java developers interested in learning more about Aspect-oriented programming.
About the Authors
Ashish Sarin is an Indian Java developer and Sun Certified Enterprise Architect with over 13 years of experience in application architecture. He has also written: Spring Roo 1.1 Cookbook and Portlets in Action.
J. Sharma is an Indian Java developer and freelancer with much experience in Spring application development.