An introduction to the widely-used Java Spring framework. Discover how to wire together your Java objects using Spring and dependency injection. You’ll learn how to set up your system for Spring development, how to use Maven, and how to work with databases using Spring and Hibernate and how to create web applications with Spring MVC. We’ll also look at managing user accounts with Spring Security,JDBC, working with web forms, Apache tiles for building modular web pages, aspect-oriented programming (AOP) and using Log4J and JUnit.

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Spring

    • What is Spring?
    • Overview of the Spring Framework
    • Spring Philosophies
    • Spring Documentation
    • Java 5 Language Features
    • A Simple Example
    • Wiring Beans
    • Configuring a Properties File
    • Schema-Based Configuration
    • Spring Containers
    • Spring Configuration File
    • Spring Beans
    • Using the Container
    • The BeanFactory Interface
    • Singleton vs. Prototype
    • Bean Naming
    • Dependency Injection
    • Setter Injection
    • Constructor Injection
    • The ApplicationContext Interface
    • Accessing Application Components
    • Accessing Resources
    • Internationalization with MessageSource
    • Application Events
    • The Validator Interface
    • The Errors Interface
    • The ValidationUtils Class
    • Validator Example
    • Testing the Validator
    • Property Editors
    • Custom Property Editors
    • Aspect-Oriented Programming
    • AOP Concepts
    • AOP Proxies
    • The AOP Alliance
    • Types of Advice
    • AOP Example
    • Introductions
    • A Simpler Approach
    • Working with the HSQLDB Database
    • The JdbcTemplate Class
    • Exception Translation
    • Updating with the JdbcTemplate
    • Queries using the JdbcTemplate
    • Mapping Results to Java Objects
    • What is Hibernate?
    • Hibernate Sessions
    • The HibernateTemplate
    • Sample Class and Mapping File
    • Creating and Saving a New Entity
    • Locating an Existing Entity
    • Updating an Existing Entity
    • Hibernate Query Language
    • Executing Queries
    • Spring Web MVC
    • The DispatcherServlet
    • Writing a Controller
    • A Simple View Page
    • Configuring the Controller
    • Adding a View Resolver
    • Adding a Message Bundle
    • Adding Business Classes
    • Adding Test Data
    • Accessing a Database
    • Adding a Form
    • Updating the Database
    • Integrating Hibernate
    • Handler Mappings
    • View Resolution
    • Chaining View Resolvers
    • Controllers
    • AbstractWizardFormController

    Chapter 2: A First Look at Spring

    Chapter 3: Beans and Containers

    Chapter 4: The Application Context

    Chapter 5: Data Validation and Conversion

    Chapter 6: Aspect-Oriented Programming

    Chapter 7: Using JDBC with Spring

    Chapter 8: Using Hibernate with Spring

    Chapter 9: Spring Web MVC – Part 1

    Chapter 10: Spring Web MVC – Part 2

    Appendix A: Resources

    • Resources
    • Spring IDE
    • Adding the Spring Project Nature
    • Managing Spring Configuration Files
    • Visualizing a Configuration File
    • Introduction
    • Creating a Spring Project
    • Configuring the Build Path
    • Running the Standalone Applications
    • Starting the Server
    • Starting the Server
    • Running the Web Application
    • Modifying the Web Application
    • Stopping the Server

    Appendix A: Spring IDE

    Appendix B: Creating a Spring Project in Eclipse

    Appendix C: Running the Examples in Eclipse

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