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2012

2011

Devoxx 2011 : comment se dessine l'avenir de Java

by astrochoupe
Java 7, 8, 9, anti-patterns Hibernate, framework Play, Spring ROO (RAD), Spring Social

2010

2009

Audit Logging at Service Level

by Elryk
Système d'audit et de logs utilisant les mécanismes d'AOP et les intercepteurs Spring.

Terracotta

by Elryk & 5 others
Terracotta propose une approchede clustering directement au niveau de la JVM. Open source, cette solution s'intègre au framework Spring.

2008

Spring Source Blog

by Elryk
Blog français officiel de SpringSource, les créateurs du framework Spring

Twitter / Hani: Who knew that Spring's dis ...

by night.kame

Who knew that Spring's dislike of the JBoss people was nothing more that petty jealousy, rather that righteous indignation.

Le Bileblog vit toujours, mais à un rythme ralenti.

2007

The Spring series, Part 4: 1-2-3 messaging with Spring JMS

by jpcaruana
I introduce you to features of the Spring JMS (Java Message Service) framework. JMS defines a standard way for Java applications to create and exchange messages through a Message Oriented Middleware (MOM).

The Spring series, Part 2: When Hibernate meets Spring

by jpcaruana
Naveen Balani continues his Spring series with a how-to guide to integrating Hibernate transactions with Spring aspect-oriented programming (AOP). The result is a persistence framework you can count on.

The Spring series, Part 1: Introduction to the Spring framework

by jpcaruana (via)
Start to build lightweight, robust J2EE applications using Spring technology, with this first installment in a three-part introduction to the Spring framework. Regular developerWorks contributor Naveen Balani launches his three-part Spring series with an introduction to the Spring framework, including Spring aspect-oriented programming (AOP) and the Inversion of Control (IOC) container.

Get a better handle on Struts actions, with Spring

by jpcaruana
importing Struts applications into the Spring framework. Follow along as George shows you how to revamp Struts actions so they can be managed just like Spring beans. The result is a boosted web framework that easily reaps the benefits of Spring AOP.

Nati Shalom's Blog: Why most large-scale Web sites are not written in Java

by nhoizey
The application stack of these Web applications is very different from the stack that mission-critical applications in the financial world are built with.

InfoQ: Integrating Java Content Repository and Spring

by holyver (via)
It is extremely common for applications to store various pieces of information, most of the time in relational databases. While they do a great job when working with regular data types, they are not very efficient when dealing with binary data, for example images or documents. File systems can be used as an alternative and while they offer better performance, there is neither a query language for searching information nor a notion of relationship or transaction.

Unitils - the excellent unit test library

by hai79
I am developing the Wicket application using Spring, Hibernate. I use Wicket tester module, JUnit4, EasyMock and DBUnit for writing test code. While writing test code, many lines of code writing for set up test cases and they are re-used across test cases. The new unit test framework names Unitils helps me a lot in configuring the database unit test (DBUnit, Hibernate) also the service unit test (Spring, EasyMock).

MVC pattern: Controller is too big!

by hai79
All software engineers know the MVC pattern also it is applied in various projects from standalone to web or distributed application. However, while many Software Engineers have different view on Controller layer and many cases it is not managed well because the Controller layer must do many things and it is too big!

2006

[ Stratégie ] Utiliser un framework de mapping O/R VS EJB [Archives] - Forum des développeurs

by holyver
Autrement dit:si je fais parti d une entreprise, que je vais chez un client, que je lui présente l'architecture J2EE, qu'il constate que la partie métier est constituées d EJB, comment lui justifierai je l usage d'un framework de mapping O/R et ke finalement l application n a pas besoin d etre conforme a l architecture J2EE a 100%?

[EJB] EJB et Base de Données [Archives] - Forum des développeurs

by holyver
Je suis en train de modéliser en UML une base de données qui à donc un diagramme de classe. Cette BDD contiendra les infos de mon système. Et j'ai un système que je veux développer en JAVA qui a aussi un diagramme de classe. J'ai construit le diagramme de classe du système de façon identique au diagramme de classe de ma BDD. sauf que mon diagramme de classe du sytème contient des méthodes en plus. Je voudrais savoir si mon raisonnement est le bon? Quelqu'un pourrait-il me donner son avis?

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