Interest in and use of Spring continues to grow, so this book comes at a good
time. It covers many interesting problems whose solutions are hard to find.
Spring lets developers build complex applications from loosely-coupled POJOs.
A set of simple abstractions simplifies construction, testing, and deployment
which makes Spring both powerful and easy-to-use. With this power comes the
potential for a wide range of uses in both common and not-so-common scenarios.
That's where Spring in Practice comes in.Spring in Practice is a problem/solution book in the Manning "in Practice"
series. It shows how to tackle the challenges faced when building Spring-based
applications. The book empowers software developers to solve concrete business
problems the "Spring Way," by mapping application-level issues to Spring-centric
solutions. There are several recurring themes throughout Spring in Practice,
including Spring MVC, Hibernate, and transactions.
For every problem, the book presents the background you need before it offers
the specific steps to solve the problem. You're never left with the feeling that you
understand the answer, but find the question irrelevant. You can put the book
to immediate use even if you don't have deep knowledge of every part of Spring
This book assumes you have a good foundation in Java and Java EE. Prior
exposure to Spring Framework is helpful, but not required.
* Over 50 general and domain-specific techniques for applying Spring
* Practical solutions to technical and business problems
* Deep-dives into key areas like user registration and ecommerce
Publisher: Manning Publications
Number of pages: 600
Weight: 930 g
Dimensions: 234 x 189 x 28 mm
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