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This Week in Spring - May 28, 2013

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Spring Framework 4.0 M1: WebSocket Support

As you may have seen, the first milestone of Spring Framework 4.0 was already announced and with it we’ve released early WebSocket support. Why WebSocket matters? It enables efficient, two-way communication over the web that is essential in applications where messages need to be exchanged between client (typically browser) and server at high frequency and with low latency. Common examples include trading, games, collaboration, data visualization, and others but the range of scenarios and use cases will grow over time.

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This Week in Spring - May 21, 2013

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This Week in Spring

Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! We are finally running out of SpringOne2GX video recordings.. this is the last week in Spring that you'll see them, so refer back to the replays page for an index. As usual, we've got a lot to cover so let's get to it!

  1. Spring lead Juergen Hoeller just announced the release of Spring Framework 4.0 M1 and 3.2.3.RELEASE The 3.2.3 update mainly includes updates and fixes related to Java 8 support. The 4.0 milestone, on the other hand, is a look ahead to the many awesome features in Spring 4.0 including support for web sockets, Java EE 7, the @Conditional annotation (in the same vein as the @Profile annotation) and much more, so be sure to check it out!
  2. TcServer 2.9.2 is now available! The release contains security fixes and updates, for more details check out the release notes.
  3. Jennifer Hickey's talk -- Thinking outside the container - Standalone Applications on CloudFoundry has been released in HD on YouTube.
  4. Stephen Bohlen's talk --An Introduction to Spring.NET for Java developers, has been released in HD on YouTube.
  5. InfoQ has done a nice writeup of Spring HATEOAS
  6. Johnathan Mark Smith has put together a nice post on how to use Spring's Java configuration style.
  7. Xavier Padró has put together a nice post on how to communicate within a Spring Web Flow flow
  8. Static.com has announced their Hadoop and Cloud Foundry-powered service. Frankly, it looks really cool and cost-effective as a public platform on which to host applications that need a backoffice Hadoop solution.
  9. I can't believe I missed this! RabbitMQ 3.1.0 is out (slightly old news) and, to introduce it, you should check out this amazing RabbitMQ 3.1.0 in pictures.
  10. The HMKCode blog has a nice post on doing the not-so-well-documented, but common, things with a MyBatis, Spring and jUnit integration.
  11. The Java Code Geeks have put together a nice tutorial on how to process radio buttons in a form in Spring MVC.
  12. Gerry Tan has put together a nice blog on how to bind form date values with Spring MVC.
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Spring Framework 4.0 M1 & 3.2.3 available

Dear Spring community,

It’s my pleasure to announce the first milestone towards Spring Framework 4.0, delivering a first cut of our work on several key themes:


  • the first wave of Java SE 8 / OpenJDK 8 support (some details following below)
  • initial support for JMS 2.0, JPA 2.1, Bean Validation 1.1, and JSR-236 concurrency (from the EE 7 umbrella)
  • a first cut of our generalized condition mechanism for bean definitions (@Conditional along the lines of @Profile)
  • Spring’s WebSocket endpoint model (which Rossen will be introducing in more detail soon)
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Spring Batch 2.2.0 RC2 is now available

We are pleased to announce that Spring Batch 2.2.0.RC2 is now available via the SpringSource Milestone repository.

Spring Batch Home | Source on GitHub | Reference Documentation

This release addresses bugs and improvements on the features released in the 2.2.0.RC1 release. You can read more about the specific updates in this release in the Spring Batch changelog here: 2.2.0-RC1 to 2.2.0.RC2

Links

Spring Batch Home | Source on GitHub | Reference Documentation

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This Week in Spring - May 14, 2013

Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! Some rather exciting projects have been announced this week, and if you can believe it, we're almost out of SpringOne 2012 replay content! Good thing the SpringOne 2013 agenda grid is going live very soon, so we'll be able to look ahead. As usual, we've got a lot to cover so let's get to it!

In preparation for the agenda grid going live, a lot of new SpringOne 2013 sessions have been accepted:

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Reactor - a foundation for asynchronous applications on the JVM

We’re pleased to announce that, after a long period of internal incubation, we’re releasing a foundational framework for asynchronous applications on the JVM which we’re calling Reactor. It provides abstractions for Java, Groovy and other JVM languages to make building event and data-driven applications easier. It’s also really fast. On modest hardware, it’s possible to process over 15,000,000 events per second with the fastest non-blocking Dispatcher. Other dispatchers are available to provide the developer with a range of choices from thread-pool style, long-running task execution to non-blocking, high-volume task dispatching. The GitHub repo is here https://github.com/reactor/reactor.

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Content Negotiation using Spring MVC

There are two ways to generate output using Spring MVC:

  • You can use the RESTful @ResponseBody approach and HTTP message converters, typically to return data-formats like JSON or XML. Programmatic clients, mobile apps and AJAX enabled browsers are the usual clients.
  • Alternatively you may use view resolution. Although views are perfectly capable of generating JSON and XML if you wish (more on that in my next post), views are normally used to generate presentation formats like HTML for a traditional web-application.
  • Actually there is a third possibility - some applications require both, and Spring MVC supports such combinations easily. We will come back to that right at the end.
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This Week in Spring - 7 May, 2013

Welcome to An Epic Week in Spring! Lots of new sessions have been posted to SpringOne Conference, so head over to the site and check out the featured sessions! We'll have the agenda grid online before the end of May.

Featured SpringOne2GX 2013 sessions accepted!

Many other new sessions accepted as well:

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