Spring Mvc A Tutorial Second Edition

Author: Paul Deck
Editor: Brainy Software Inc
ISBN: 1771970316
Size: 14,85 MB
Format: PDF
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This is a tutorial on Spring MVC, a module in the Spring Framework for rapidly developing web applications. The MVC in Spring MVC stands for Model-View-Controller, a design pattern widely used in Graphical User Interface (GUI) development. This pattern is not only common in web development, but is also used in desktop technology like Java Swing. Sometimes called Spring Web MVC, Spring MVC is one of the most popular web frameworks today and a most sought-after skill. This book is for anyone wishing to learn to develop Java-based web applications with Spring MVC. Sample applications come as Spring Tool Suite and Eclipse projects.

Servlet Jsp A Tutorial Second Edition

Author: Budi Kurniawan
Editor: Brainy Software Inc
ISBN: 1771970278
Size: 16,23 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 492

Servlet and JavaServer Pages (JSP) are the underlying technologies for developing web applications in Java. They are essential for any programmer to master in order to effectively use frameworks such as JavaServer Faces, Struts 2 or Spring MVC. Covering Servlet 3.1 and JSP 2.3, this book explains the important programming concepts and design models in Java web development as well as related technologies and new features in the latest versions of Servlet and JSP. With comprehensive coverage and a lot of examples, this book is a guide to building real-world applications.

Spring And Hibernate

Editor: Tata McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 1259058808
Size: 12,99 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 251

The Java EE platform supports various infrastructural concerns for implementing enterprise applications but it turns out to be heavyweight, hard to control and inconvenient during the development cycle. While Spring is a multi-tier open-source lightweight application framework which addresses most of these infrastructural concerns of enterprise applications, Hibernate is one of the efficient ORM implementations in Java which helps in quick implementation of reliable data access layer. This thoroughly revised Second Edition updates the book to Spring Framework latest version 3.2 M2 and the annotation style of configuring object relational mappings in Hibernate. Covering the core concepts of Spring and Hibernate along with Spring Web MVC framework, Hibernate Query Language (HQL), implementing Hibernate, data access layer, Web tier, remoting with Spring, this book also discusses the integration of Spring with other Web frameworks. The theoretical concepts are supported by codes and program-snippets which will facilitate self-learning and developing Java enterprise applications with Spring Framework. With solutions for the FAQs for each chapter and two Appendices (Spring Framework's Form Tags and Hibernate Configurations) specially provided for interested readers and freely accessible through the Online Learning Center (http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/1259063720), Spring and Hibernate will prove invaluable for Java professionals, trainers and students. Highlights of the Second Edition: Covers Spring Framework latest version 3.2 M2 Discusses configuring Hibernate Mappings using JPA annotations New chapter on configuring Spring Web MVC using annotations Covers JSR 303 bean validation annotations with examples Includes FAQs in each chapter? ?

Spring Recipes

Author: Gary Mak
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 1430224991
Size: 15,10 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Read: 519

With over 3 million users/developers, Spring Framework is the leading “out of the box” Java framework. Spring addresses and offers simple solutions for most aspects of your Java/Java EE application development, and guides you to use industry best practices to design and implement your applications. The release of Spring Framework 3 has ushered in many improvements and new features. Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach, Second Edition continues upon the bestselling success of the previous edition but focuses on the latest Spring 3 features for building enterprise Java applications. This book provides elementary to advanced code recipes to account for the following, found in the new Spring 3: Spring fundamentals: Spring IoC container, Spring AOP/ AspectJ, and more Spring enterprise: Spring Java EE integration, Spring Integration, Spring Batch, jBPM with Spring, Spring Remoting, messaging, transactions, scaling using Terracotta and GridGrain, and more. Spring web: Spring MVC, Spring Web Flow 2, Spring Roo, other dynamic scripting, integration with popular Grails Framework (and Groovy), REST/web services, and more. This book guides you step by step through topics using complete and real-world code examples. Instead of abstract descriptions on complex concepts, you will find live examples in this book. When you start a new project, you can consider copying the code and configuration files from this book, and then modifying them for your needs. This can save you a great deal of work over creating a project from scratch! What you’ll learn How to use the IoC container and the Spring application context to best effect. Spring’s AOP support, both classic and new Spring AOP, integrating Spring with AspectJ, and load-time weaving. Simplifying data access with Spring (JDBC, Hibernate, and JPA) and managing transactions both programmatically and declaratively. Spring’s support for remoting technologies (RMI, Hessian, Burlap, and HTTP Invoker), EJB, JMS, JMX, email, batch, scheduling, and scripting languages. Integrating legacy systems with Spring, building highly concurrent, grid-ready applications using Gridgain and Terracotta Web Apps, and even creating cloud systems. Building modular services using OSGi with Spring DM and Spring Dynamic Modules and SpringSource dm Server. Delivering web applications with Spring Web Flow, Spring MVC, Spring Portals, Struts, JSF, DWR, the Grails framework, and more. Developing web services using Spring WS and REST; contract-last with XFire, and contract–first through Spring Web Services. Spring’s unit and integration testing support (on JUnit 3.8, JUnit 4, and TestNG). How to secure applications using Spring Security. Who this book is for This book is for Java developers who would like to rapidly gain hands-on experience with Java/Java EE development using the Spring framework. If you are already a developer using Spring in your projects, you can also use this book as a reference—you’ll find the code examples very useful. Table of Contents Introduction to Spring Advanced Spring IoC Container Spring AOP and AspectJ Support Scripting in Spring Spring Security Integrating Spring with Other Web Frameworks Spring Web Flow Spring @MVC Spring RESTSpring and Flex Grails Spring Roo Spring Testing Spring Portlet MVC Framework Data Access Transaction Management in Spring EJB, Spring Remoting, and Web Services Spring in the Enterprise Messaging Spring Integration Spring Batch Spring on the Grid jBPM and Spring OSGi and Spring

Servlet Jsp And Spring Mvc

Author: Budi Kurniawan
Editor: Brainy Software Inc
ISBN: 1771970022
Size: 14,34 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 279

This book is a tutorial on Servlet, JSP and Spring MVC. Servlet and JSP are two fundamental technologies for developing Java web applications and Spring MVC is a module within Spring Framework that solves common problems in Servlet/JSP application development. The MVC in Spring MVC stands for Model-View-Controller, a design pattern widely used in Graphical User Interface (GUI) development. Spring MVC is one of the most popular web frameworks today and a most sought-after skill. The book is an ideal resource for anyone wanting to learn how to develop Java-based web applications using Servlet, JSP and Spring MVC.

Arquillian Testing Guide

Author: John D. Ament
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 178216071X
Size: 10,34 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Read: 391

This book is a tutorial filled with plenty of code examples and strategies to give you many options when building your test structure.This book is for developers and testers alike. Anyone who has worked with test driven development or building automated test cases will find use in this book. A reader should be familiar with some automation strategies and techniques such as JUnit and should have some exposure to techniques such as mocking.