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  • New Book: Spring in Action from Manning

    Manning has released this week the new book, Spring in Action.

    After introducing the basics, the book quickly launches into a hands-on exploration of the framework. Combining short code snippets and an ongoing example developed throughout the book, it shows you how to build simple and efficient J2EE applications.

    What's inside:
    - Persistence using Hibernate, JDO, iBatis, OJB, and JDBC
    - Declarative transactions and transaction management
    - Integration with web frameworks: Struts, WebWork, Tapestry, Velocity
    - Accessing J2EE services such as JMS and EJB
    - Addressing cross-cutting concerns with AOP
    - Enterprise applications best practices

    The table of contents of this 472 page book:
    1. A Spring jump start
    2. Wiring Beans
    3. Creating Aspects
    4. Hitting the Database
    5. Managing Transactions
    6. Remoting
    7. Accessing Enterprise Services
    8. Building The Web Layer
    9. View layer alternatives
    10. Working with other web frameworks
    11. Securing Spring applications

    Read sample chapters 1 and 7 and order at

    Spring in Action
    ISBN 1932394-35-4
    by Craig Walls and Ryan Breidenbach
    Softbound, 472 pages, $44.95
    Ebook $22.50