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The third edition of Spring in Action has been completely revised to include the newest features, practices, and tools like MVC, REST, Webflow, and others.
Summary of The Book
Spring In Action - Covers Spring 3.0 written by Craig Walls is an applied guide for the popular Spring Framework. Learning Spring is a requirement for all Java designers and Spring 3.0 lays a sound foundation, covering innovative features like SpEL (Spring Expression Language) and new interpretations of the IoC container.
Like the previous editions, Spring 3.0 persists with its convenient, handy approach to highlight and zero in on the most significant facets of Spring like REST, Security, Webflow, and remote services. Walls uses a simple but efficient method to explain the building of any kind of J2EE application.
Walls uses easy language, explains using diminutive code snippets, and vibrant examples.
About Craig Walls
Craig Walls is a renowned author and a public speaker. He is an eminent software developer at SpringSource and is involved in many user groups. Walls has been in the field of software development for about eighteen years and is currently the leader of the Spring Social project.
As he is an ardent supporter of the Spring Framework, he has written quite a few popular books on Spring. These include Spring In Action, XDoclet In Action, and Modular Java. Besides this, he also writes about OSGi and Spring on his blog.
Walls is an animal lover and lives in Plano, Texas along with his wife and two daughters.
Part 1 Core Spring
· Springing into action
· Wiring beans
· Minimizing XML configuration in Spring
· Aspect-oriented Spring
Part 2 Spring application essentials
· Hitting the database
· Managing transactions
· Building web applications with Spring MVC
· Working with Spring Web Flow
· Securing Spring
Part 3 Integrating Spring
· Working with remote services
· Giving Spring some REST
· Messaging in Spring
· Managing Spring beans with JMX
· Odds and ends
Perhaps the Best book for Spring
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This book got me started
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Best book to Learn Spring 3.0 with Annotations
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Awesome book for all the Spring aspirants!!
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