Wow! Guys, can you believe we are again
staring down the end of the year? Time sure flies!
In the US, this is the week of Thanksgiving, a holiday where we’re supposed to take a moment and reflect upon the things for which we’re grateful. I am (and I’m sure I speak for the team in saying that we are..) eternally grateful for you guys, the wonderful, vibrant and engaging community surrounding Spring, RabbitMQ and Cloud Foundry that makes putting together this roundup such a pleasure every week.
With that, let’s get on with the news:
- Thomas Risberg has announced that the Cloud Foundry Maven plugin 1.0.0.M4 is now available.
- Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici and Iwein Fuld give an interview to InfoQ on their just-released book Spring Integration in Action.
</LI> <LI> The <EM>all and sundry</em> blog has a nice post on how to build <a href="http://www.java-allandsundry.com/2012/11/spring-integration-standalone.html">standalone (not run in an application server) Spring Integration applications</a>. </li>
- Jakub Nabrdalik has a post on a great way to introduce design-by-contract-style pre-conditions, post-conditions and state to your Spring code to get rid of the
nullargument using a Spring aspect.
Java Revisitedblog has a nice post on the difference between setter-injection and constructor-injection in Spring
- The Learn Java by Example blog has a nice, very introductory post on how to use
@javax.inject.Injectin your Spring applications.
- Kevin Hookee has a nice blog introducing some basic concepts in the Spring framework.
<LI> Yohan Liyanage has put together a nice post that can be used to integration test Spring Data MongoDB solutions <A href = "http://java.dzone.com/articles/integration-testing-mongodb"> by embedding MongoDB</a>. Read on for more! </li> <LI> The <EM>Technical Notes</EM> blog has put together a nice post <A href="http://tshikatshikaaa.blogspot.com/2012/11/spring-internationalization-example-with-annotations.html"> introducing the Spring internationalization support. </a> </LI>