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Best Recommended books for Spring framework

Best Recommended books for Spring framework

  1. Introducing Spring Framework
  2. Just Spring
  3. Wrox Professional Java Development With The Spring Framework
  4. Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow
  5. Beginning Spring
  6. Building Spring Enterprise Applications
  7. Pro Java™ EE Spring Patterns
  8. Pro Spring Dynamic Modules for OSGi™ Service Platforms
  9. Pro SpringSource dm Server™
  10. Spring Persistence: A Running Start
  11. Spring Recipes
  12. The Definitive Guide to Spring Web Flow
  13. Just Spring Integration
  14. Spring Integration in Action
  15. Just Spring Data Access
  16. Pro Spring Batch
  17. Pro Spring Integration
  18. Spring and Hibernate
  19. Spring Web Flow 2 Web Development
  20. Spring By Example
  21. Spring Framework: A Step by Step Approach for Learning Spring Framework
  22. Getting started with Spring Framework: a hands-on guide to begin developing applications using Spring Framework
  23. Spring in Action, 4th Edition
  24. Pro Spring Secrity
  25. Spring Roo in Action
  26. Spring Dynamic Modules in Action
  27. Spring in Practice
  28. Spring Persistence with Hibernate
  29. Getting Started with Roo
  30. Spring Security 3.1
  1. Introducing Spring Framework

Author Felipe Gutierrez
Publisher Apress
No of pages 331
Modules Covered Spring Core,
Description Introducing Spring Framework is a hands-on guide for any developer who is new to the Spring Framework and
wants to learn how to build applications with it. Within this book you will find all the necessary elements to create
enterprise-ready applications by using the Spring Framework and all its features and modules.
Chapters Chapter 1: Your First Spring Application
Chapter 2: Working with Classes and Dependencies
Chapter 3: Applying Different Configurations
Chapter 4: Using Beans Scopes
Chapter 5: Working with Collections and Custom Types
Chapter 6: Using Resource Files
Chapter 7: Testing Your Spring Application
Chapter 8: Give Advice to Your Spring Application
Chapter 9: Adding Persistence to Your Spring Application
Chapter 10: Showing Your Spring Application on the Web
Chapter 11: Integrating Your Spring Application with External Systems
Chapter 12: Exposing a REST API
Chapter 13: Adding E-mail and Scheduling Tasks
Chapter 14: Using Dynamic Languages
Chapter 15: Spring Data Within Your Spring Application
Chapter 16: Messaging with Your Spring Application
Chapter 17: Be Social and Go Mobile
Chapter 18: Spring and Groovy
Chapter 19: Spring Boot, Simplifying Everything
Chapter 20: Your First Spring XD Application
  1. Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow

Author Colin Yates , Seth Ladd , Steven Devijver , Darren Davison
Publisher Apress
No of pages 424
Modules Covered Spring MVC, Spring Web Flow
Description Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow shows you how to use the Spring web application development framework.Spring MVC and Spring Web Flow are engineered with an important consideration for design patterns and expert object oriented programming techniques. This book explains not only the design decisions of the frameworks, but also how you can apply similar designs and techniques to your own code.

This book takes great care in covering every inch of Spring MVC and Spring Web Flow to give you the complete picture. Along with all the best known features of these frameworks, you’ll discover some new hidden treasures. You’ll also learn how to correctly and safely extend the frameworks to create customized solutions.

Chapters Chapter 01: Introduction
Chapter 02: Spring Fundamentals
Chapter 03: Spring MVC Application Architecture
Chapter 04: Jump into Spring MVC
Chapter 05: The Processing Pipeline
Chapter 06: The Controller Menagerie
Chapter 07: The View Layer
Chapter 08: Supported View Types
Chapter 09: Validation
Chapter 10: Testing Spring MVC Applications
Chapter 11: Introduction to Spring Web Flow
Chapter 12: Advanced Spring Web Flow
Spring in Action, 4th Edition
Author Craig Walls
Publisher Manning
No of pages 624
Version Covered 4
Modules Covered
Description Spring in Action, 4th Edition is a hands-on guide to the Spring Framework. It covers Spring core, along with the latest updates to Spring MVC, Security, Web Flow, and more. You’ll move between short snippets and an ongoing example as you learn to build simple and efficient JEE applications. Author Craig Walls has a special knack for crisp and entertaining examples that zoom in on the features and techniques you really need.

Nearly 100,000 developers have used this book to learn Spring! It requires a working knowledge of Java.

Chapters Chapter 1: Core Spring
Chapter 2: Wiring Beans
Chapter 3: Advanced Wiring
Chapter 4: Aspect Oriented Spring
Chapter 5: Building Spring Web Application
Chapter 6: Rendering Web Views
Chapter 7: Advanced Spring MVC
Chapter 8: Working with Spring Web Flow
Chapter 9: Securing Web Application
Chapter 10: Hitting the database with Spring and JDBC
Chapter 11: Persisting data with object-relational mapping
Chapter 12: Working with NoSQL Databases
Chapter 13: Caching Data
Chapter 14: Securing Methods
Chapter 15: Working with Remote Services
Chapter 16: Creating REST APIs with Spring MVC
Chapter 17: Messaging in Spring
Chapter 18: Messaging with WebSocket and STOMP
Chapter 19: Sending Email with Spring
Chapter 20: Managing Spring Beans with JMX
Chapter 21: Simplifying Spring development with Spring Boot

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