Ashish Sarin is a Sun Certified Enterprise Architect with more than 13 years of experience in designing and developing Java EE applications. He is the author of Getting started with Spring Framework (self-published), Spring Roo 1.1 Cookbook (by Packt Publishing) and Portlets in Action (by Manning Publications). Ashish has posted 4 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

'Getting started with Spring Framework' book now available

12.11.2012
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Getting started with Spring Framework is a hands-on guide to begin developing applications using Spring Framework. This book is meant for Java developers with little or no knowledge of Spring Framework. All the examples shown in this book use Spring 3.2.0 RC2.

You can download the examples described in this book from the following Google Code project: <a href="http://code.google.com/p/getting-started-with-spring-framework/">http://code.google.com/p/getting-started-with-spring-framework/</a>

Chapter 1 – Spring Framework basics 
Chapter 2 – Configuring beans 
Chapter 3 – Dependency injection 
Chapter 4 – Customizing beans and bean definitions 
Chapter 5 – Annotation-driven development with Spring 
Chapter 6 – Database interaction using Spring 
Chapter 7 – Messaging, emailing, asynchronous method execution, and caching using Spring
Chapter 8 – Aspect-oriented programming

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Gym Prathap replied on Fri, 2013/06/28 - 9:34am

Will CDI takeover spring?

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