Spring Framework Cookbook: Hot Recipes for Spring Framework (JCGs)

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Spring Framework Cookbook: Hot Recipes for Spring Framework (JCGs)

The Spring Framework is an open-source inversion of the control container and application framework for the Java platform. Any Java application can use the framework's core functionality, however, there are extensions available for creating web apps on top of the Java EE platform.

The framework has gained popularity in the Java community as an alternative to, a replacement for, or even an addition to the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) model, despite the fact that it does not prescribe any particular programming approach.

This book offers a collection of Spring Framework tutorials to get your own programming projects off the ground. It covers a wide range of subjects, including best practices and fundamental usage as well as particular projects like Boot and Batch. You will be able to launch your own projects quickly with the help of those simple tutorials.

  • Build full-featured web applications with Spring MVC
  • Use Spring Java configuration style to write less code
  • Learn how to use dependency injection and aspect-oriented programming to write compartmentalized and testable code

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The ultimate resource center for Java to Java developers is what JCGs (Java Code Geeks) is all about. It is aimed at technical architects, technical team leads (senior developers), project managers, and junior developers alike.
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