Developing Enterprise Applications with Spring: An End-to-End Approach

9781480204782: Developing Enterprise Applications with Spring: An End-to-End Approach

This book adopts a unique approach to helping enterprise Java Web application developers learn the latest Spring Frameworks fast. Rather than filled with disjointed, piecemeal samples to show Spring features one at a time, it is designed to put your total Spring learning experience on a functioning, end-to-end, integrated sample Secure Online Banking Application (SOBA), which runs on Windows 7, Linux and Mac X. You will gain hands-on experience with how Spring integrates with JDBC, Hibernate and one of the three database platforms of your choice (MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, or Oracle).You can build SOBA with Apache Ant or Maven and run it on Tomcat 6 or Tomcat 7. This book also features Spring, Hibernate and Maven 3 with another standalone sample application, which is simpler than SOBA. Using SOBA as an experimental learning platform, this book helps you learn the following latest Spring technologies:

  • Spring's Core Framework
  • Spring's MVC Web Framework
  • Spring's Data Access Framework (JDBC and Hibernate)
  • Spring's RESTful Web Services Framework
  • Spring's Security Framework
  • Spring's Transaction Management Framework
  • Spring's Validation Framework
  • Spring's Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) Framework
  • Building Spring/Hibernate based enterprise web applications with Maven 3

At the end of your learning experience with this book, you will gain truly applicable skills and will be able to start contributing to the success of your Spring-based enterprise application project immediately.

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About the Author:

HENRY H. LIU, PHD, is a Software Developer specializing in developing high performing, scalable enterprise software products. He is a certified Sun Enterprise Java Architect, IBM XML Developer, and Microsoft .Net Developer. Prior to becoming a software engineer, he had a physicist career and published over 30 research papers in physics while working in the national labs of China, France, Germany, and the United States. His honors include being the author of another book titled Java Performance and Scalability: A Quantitative Approach, an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow in Germany, and a CMG 2004 Best Paper Award recipient for applying queuing theory to analyzing software performance. Dr. Liu enjoys writing to help software developers learn new, usable skills fast.

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