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Welcome back to another installment of This week in Spring!. We've got a lot to cover this week, as usual. So, onward!
@Controllerasynchronous. In the second post, Rossen introduces how to add long polling to an existing web application. Long polling is useful in any number of scenarios where you want to simulate server-side push with client-side applications.
<LI> The video for <a href= "http://blog.springsource.org/author/ozhurakousky/">Oleg Zhurakousky</A>'s followup webinar introducing <a href ="http://www.springsource.org/node/3550">More Practical Tips and Tricks with Spring Integration</A> has just been posted. Check it out! </LI> <LI> <A href ="http://blog.springsource.org/author/rclarkson/">Roy Clarkson</A> just announced that <a href = "http://www.springsource.org/spring-mobile/news/1.0.0-released">Spring Mobile 1.0.0 has been released</A>! </LI> <LI> SpringSource and Cloud Foundry rockstar <a href ="http://blog.springsource.org/author/jhickey/"> Jennifer Hickey </A>
continued her amazing series on Cloud Foundry workers over on the Cloud Foundry blog last week, this time introducing the support for Spring developers.
I followed up with some more nuanced examples introducing how to use Spring Integration gateways, and Spring Batch jobs and core Spring's
@Scheduled annotation in conjunction with Cloud Foundry workers.
Registration is free, but required, to download the issue. </LI> <LI> Blogger Tomasz Nurkiewicz is back at it, this time with a <EM>really</EM> cool blog introducing how to <a href ="http://nurkiewicz.blogspot.com/2012/05/integrating-with-recaptcha-using-spring.html">integrate reCAPTCHA with Spring Integration</A>. Nice job, Tomasz! </LI>
</LI> <LI> Blogger abhishek has written up a nice post <a href = "http://www.springaddon.com/?p=450">explaining how to setup Spring MVC's annotations</A>, step by step, going from a new Eclipse application all the way to the finished product. </LI> </OL>