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Video: Native Android Development with Spring

This video will provide an introductory overview of AndroidÂ’s architecture, the layout of an Android project, the use of various Maven plugins and tools for enabling dependency management in your Android project. When building Android apps, you can use a third party library, like Spring for Android, that provides an abstraction for consuming RESTful services within your native Android app. Spring Android also supports the use of Spring Social on Android, and this presentation will discuss how Spring Social can help you connect your apps to OAuth protected services like Facebook and Twitter.

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Video: Messaging for Modern Applications

In the recent Messaging for Modern Applications webinar, Tom McCuch explained how the landscape of enterprise messaging has changed and discusses what new styles of solutions are emerging. Tom covers emerging messaging application architectures, AMQP & RabbitMQ as messaging solutions and the rise of Spring Integration for messaging use cases and as a DSL for Spring-based applications.

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New SpringSource Tutorials available on Youtube

For developers who are interested in tutorials and eLearning we have launched three instructional videos on Youtube. These tutorials focus on Gemfire, Hyperic and tc Server.

Programming with Gemfire: An Introduction to Gemfire 6.5 teaches:

  • Gemfire: An Overview
  • Gemfire Topologies
  • Gemfire Architecture
  • Gemfire Installation
  • Cache Management

Click here to watch the Gemfire Tutorial

Hyperic Basics contains the following topics:

  • Features of Hyperic
  • Hyperic Architecture

Click here to watch the Hyperic Tutorial

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Video: Spring Your Application to Cloud Foundry

If you missed the recent Cloud Foundry webinar that covered Spring development, you can catch the video replay on the Cloud Foundry YouTube channel. In this video, Ramnivas Laddad shows you how to take a real Spring application and target it to Cloud Foundry using both STS and the vmc command line.

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