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This Week in Spring - 25th September, 2012

Welcome back to another installment of This Week in Spring!
There’s so much good stuff to look at this week. Can you believe we’re already staring down October?

It’s time to think about who or what you are going to be for halloween!

With October comes SpringOne2GX, the premier event for Spring developers.
Check out the final schedule of
speakers and sessions
for this year’s event! SpringOne 2GX is your opportunity to learn from development leads and published authors on the Spring, Groovy/Grails, Tomcat and Cloud technologies.



  1. The video from Spring Security lead Rob Winch’s webinar introducing Spring Security is now available.

  2. Oleg Zhurakousky kicks off the march to Spring Integration 2.2 with a blog introducing the new MongoDB features in 2.2.

  3. Gary Russell has announced release candidate 1 of Spring Integration 2.2.

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  4. Costin Leau has announced the 1.0.0.RC1 release of Spring Shell, which is an extraction of the shell used in Spring Roo and made available through the Spring programming model.

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  5. Roger Hughes is back at it again, this time with a look at Spring 3.1 caching and configuration options, specifically focusing on setting up a CacheManager.

  6. The vFabric blog has an interesting look at the “split-agent” architecture behind Spring Insight, that allows the separation of the collection stage from the analysis one.

  7. Krishna Prasad has a nice post on obtaining test coverage information for Spring Web Flow applications.

  8. Mattias Severson has a nice post on handling errors in Spring MVC-based RESTful application.

  9. Ronillo Ang’s put together a very brief deck on the fundamental pieces of a Spring MVC application.

  10. The JavaCode Geeks blog has a nice post on writing persistence layers with the Spring framework.

  11. L’Artech blog has a cool post on
    creating the login form for a web application using Spring MVC, in part 3 of a series.

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