Everything one would necessarily want to know about Spring, the new and popular framework for enterprise Java, is covered in this expanded version of the book titled Spring In Action: Updated For Spring 2.0 by Craig Walls and Ryan Breidenbach.
Summary Of The Book
The book, Spring In Action: Updated For Spring 2.0, by Craig Walls and Ryan Breidenbach comes with an array of exciting new features of Spring 2.0. The reader is made familiar with the functionality of the new Spring 2.0. The book brings into account the working of various EJB components together with Spring. The latest features and tools of the Spring framework have been covered in this book. There is an elaborate explanation on how Spring can be used in various applications.
At the outset of the book in the first part, readers are introduced to the core subject matter of Spring, which explains basic and advanced bean wiring. In the second part, information is provided on Enterprise Spring, which further elaborates on topics such as managing the transactions, how to secure spring, spring messaging, how to access enterprise services, hitting database, and how to build a contract-first web services in Spring. The third part is titled Client-Side Spring and supplies information on handling various web requests, usage of spring web flow, and integration with other web frameworks.
About The Authors
Craig Walls is a software developer who has an experience of over 12 years in this field. An ardent promoter of the Spring Framework, he has written a lot on it not only in the form of books but also in his blogs.
He wrote books such as Spring in Action:Covers Spring 3.0 and Modular Java: Creating Flexible Applications with OSGi and Spring.
He is a family oriented man and spends most of his time with his wife and two daughters.
For the last seven years, Ryan Breidenbach has been into developing applications for Java web.
Presently he is residing in Coppell, Texas.