Spring by Example (Version 1.5)

Spring by Example (Version 1.5)

This book shows Java programmers how to leverage any part of the Spring framework to build applications that are easier to code, easier to test, and easier to manage.

Tag(s): Java

Publication date: 31 Dec 2015

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Paperback: 315 pages

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Spring by Example (Version 1.5)

Spring by Example (Version 1.5) This book shows Java programmers how to leverage any part of the Spring framework to build applications that are easier to code, easier to test, and easier to manage.
Tag(s): Java
Publication date: 31 Dec 2015
ISBN-10: n/a
ISBN-13: n/a
Paperback: 315 pages
Views: 2,151
Document Type: N/A
Publisher: n/a
License: n/a
Post time: 06 Apr 2016 11:00:00
From the Preface:
Susan Kerschbaumer wrote:The Spring framework is aptly named – in many ways Spring ushers in a new season for Java programming, and brings a sense of renewal to Java's roots in portability and object oriented concepts. Spring evolved from the needs of the J2EE community at a particular moment in time. In the process it has become a much broader tool in the drive toward more modular, portable, and now, aspect oriented, programming. If you are a Java programmer and have access to a JVM, you can leverage any part of Spring to begin to build applications that are easier to code, easier to test, and easier to manage. This book will show you how.




About The Author(s)


David has been doing software development for over 20 years. He's been using Java since 1998 and involved in using Open Source almost as long. David has focused on Web and Enterprise development for most of his career, and started working with the Spring Framework in 2006. He started working with Spring 2.0 towards the end of 2006 and really enjoy working with the Spring Framework. He really enjoys it because it not only saves time, but encourages better design and code reuse through loosely coupled components.

David Winterfeldt

David has been doing software development for over 20 years. He's been using Java since 1998 and involved in using Open Source almost as long. David has focused on Web and Enterprise development for most of his career, and started working with the Spring Framework in 2006. He started working with Spring 2.0 towards the end of 2006 and really enjoy working with the Spring Framework. He really enjoys it because it not only saves time, but encourages better design and code reuse through loosely coupled components.


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