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Spring in Action (Anglais) Broché – 3 mars 2005

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A guide to the lightweight container framework that presents an exciting alternative to EJB

J2EE offers Java developers a very powerful enterprise framework. But portions of J2EE can be complicated--specifically Enterprise JavaBeans. By shouldering the burden of J2EE's complexities and providing the developer with a much simple abstraction, Spring makes developing J2EE application significantly simpler. It also provides a viable alternative to EJB, providing many of the same features offered by EJB, but without EJB's complexities.

Written for enterprise Java developers who have become disillusioned with the complexity and bulk involved with EJB development, "Spring in Action" demonstrates how the Spring framework can make coupled code easy to manage, understand, reuse, and unit-test. Spring's employment of inversion control and aspect-oriented programming techniques to encourage loosely coupled code is explained, providing programmers with the ability to use JavaBeans with the power and enterprise services only previously available in the heavier Enterprise JavaBeans.

Even hard-core EJB fanatics may find some value in this book as the next specification of EJB will more closely resemble Spring than the current EJB specification. Software architects will find Spring in Action valuable in assessing and applying the lightweight techniques prescribed by Spring.

Biographie de l'auteur

Craig Walls is a professional software developer with more than ten years experience developing software solutions in the areas of telecommunications, finance, retail, and e-commerce. He is the author of Manning's "XDoclet in Action" and is a frequent presenter at user groups and developer conferences. He lives in Denton, Texas. Ryan Breidenbach is a senior Java developer. He lives in Coppell, Texas.

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointing 30 janvier 2013
Par Cody - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I expected a lot from this book. I owned (and enjoyed) the 2nd edition and hoped this book would be up to the same standard. It is not. I have been developing with Java since version 1.0 and I have been using Spring on a number of projects. I had hoped this book would give me a deeper understanding, especially for Spring use with web-based applications. After chapter 5 I found the book very fragmented... There were a few "nuggets" of wisdom in there but never a complete picture of an example that worked. So, being the person that I am, I decided to just grab the source code and figure it out on my own... Bad idea... It can possibly be done but you have to enjoy searching the web for all the missing pieces. Frankly I just don't have the time. I could go on but I share the sentiments of many others who have commented. Find another book on Spring. I certainly will...
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT HELPFUL AT ALL FOR THOSE WHO WANTS TO LEARN SPRING 21 octobre 2012
Par cantik - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is so hard to understand for those who don't know Spring and want to learn how to build a small, simple application using Spring. For those who already built an application using Spring, what is written on this book probably make sense.
There are no examples of how to build a small web app using Spring.
The code snippets are portion by portion only and seems disconnected, instead of using a simple, real business logic example, it is using terminologies that are so hard to understand.
This book is not for beginner Spring.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 One Star 5 mai 2017
Par Sai Deepak B - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Do NOT buy this book if you are starting from scratch.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is not for beginners! 27 mai 2013
Par Siju - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is not for beginners of spring!
Topics are not covered elaborately you will have to google to get some good examples. Specially MVC is not in its best shape. For the first time disappointed with a book from mining publication
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy to read and very complete 19 juin 2009
Par Marco Delgado - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I recently opened this book, not from the beginning but from the MVC chapters, and it's pretty amazing, I already had experience with Spring but lacked the MVC features, and I must say reading this book is pretty straight forward, not boring at all, and besides being a good reference of the MVC components it gives a good insight on how Spring works internally which is a good thing. And add to it the portlet MVC and other free online content, it's a good deal. I can't wait to read it all over.
My impressions after finishing it all
I just finished it from start to end, and still believe it's a good book. Although after reading it all now I believe the web and MVC parts are pretty weak compared to the rest of the book. Chapters on BeanFactory & ApplicationContext behavior are great, also AOP is fine, ORM integration, transaction management, security, remoting, messaging, they are all good. But when I arrived again to MVC controller I felt many of them were missing(you can see spring's online documentation and you will see this) also I feel that needs more examples on this and different view technologies specially JSP. But hey I sure they can make the 3rd edition even better, also don't forget the free online content :D
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