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  • Article - Spring and Java EE 5

    Here's another one.
    http://java.sys-con.com/read/366297.htm

  • #2
    i want to like to see and i am sure that others members too
    a comparation between j2ee and spring/hibernate about performance and other points maybe

    i remember in some links that you gave to us (thanks) about of the rebels frameworks

    regards

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    • #3
      What kind of comparison are you looking for? Have you ever read J2EE without EJB?

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      • #4
        Have you ever read J2EE without EJB?
        no, is this the wrox book??

        What kind of comparison are you looking for?
        performance, delay, manage of resources,... if there more , well it be nice see this too

        of course the last version of spring with the JEE 5,

        the right term is test labs ???

        regards

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        • #5
          Yes it's a Wrox book. In many ways it's hard to directly compare Spring and J2EE. Spring isn't J2EE, it doesn't reinvent the wheel, nor should it. It does provide integration and simplifications however. I would give the book a read, I found it very useful. I would have another read at some point, but one of my ex-work collegues "borrowed" my copy along with J2EE Design and Development and I doubt I'll see either again . They are both good books though, I might shell out for another copy.
          http://www.interface21.com/books/j2eewithoutEJB.html

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          • #6
            it doesn't reinvent the wheel, nor should it.
            but spring ... , mm , was Spring created from the scratch right? ,

            i think so that yes, because is a new product in the old days of course

            It does provide integration and simplifications however.
            i am agree here , IoC etc etc

            my ex-work collegues "borrowed" my copy along
            oh, these are the momemts where i can use my gun , to ask my things

            In many ways it's hard to directly compare Spring and J2EE. Spring isn't J2EE
            but should be out there a comparation , of course are not the same , but spring is an excelent option to avoid or alternative against the cumbersome and heavy J2EE

            regards

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            • #7
              Have a look on the Meta forum, I posted a thread recently called "Article - Why Use the Spring Framework?". This might answer some of your questions.

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              • #8
                A kind user also posted these on the architecture forum.
                http://www.devx.com/Java/Article/32314
                http://www.devx.com/Java/Article/32447

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                • #9
                  thanks for the links karl

                  regards

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