List/Grid Tag Archives: Spring

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Optimising Your ApplicationContext

There’s a problem with Spring, it’s been there for some time and I’ve come across it in a number of projects. It’s nothing to do with Spring, or the Guys at Spring, it’s down to Spring’s users like you and me. Let me e ...
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Migrating Spring MVC RESTful web services to Spring 4

1   Introduction Spring 4 brings several improvements for MVC applications. In this post I will focus on restful web services and try these improvements by taking a project implemented with Spring 3.2 and upgrading it to Spring ...
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Using jOOQ with Spring: Code Generation

As we might remember from the first part of this tutorial, jOOQ states that jOOQ generates Java code from your database and lets you build typesafe SQL queries through its fluent API. The first part of this tutorial describes how ...
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Project Student: Simplifying Code With AOP

This is part of Project Student. Many people strongly believe that methods should fit within your editor window (say, 20 lines), and some people believe that methods should be even smaller than that. The idea is that a method shou ...
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What’s new in Spring

Let’s check on some new releases announced by the Spring community over the previous days:Spring Boot 1.0.0.RC1 Spring was pleased to announce the first release candidate of Spring Boot v1.0.0. It contains a number of bug ...
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Proof-of-Concept Using Spring Roo

In my time with Keyhole, I’ve been involved in a number of projects where the client was asking us to rewrite a legacy system while retaining their existing database. Sometimes it helps to give a quick demo on how using current ...
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Spring from the Trenches: Invoking a Secured Method from a Scheduled Job

Let’s assume that we have implemented a Spring powered application, and secured it by using the method security expressions of Spring Security. Our next task is to implement a scheduled job which uses the secured methods. To be ...
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Using jOOQ with Spring: Configuration

I have had my share of performance problems caused by ORMs. Although I have to admit that most of these problems were really caused by yours truly, I have started to think that using ORMs in read-only operations is not worth it. I ...
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Understanding Spring Web Initialization

Few years ago majority of us were used to write XML config files everywhere, to setup even simple Java EE application. Today using Java or Groovy to configure projects is becoming preferred way – you just need to take a look ...
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Testing Spring components with Mockito

Be able to unit test your spring components without the need of loading the full spring-context with its ad-hoc test configurations it is ,in my opinion, a great advantage because it’s clean, easy to maintain, faster to writ ...
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