This Week in Spring - February 18, 2014

Engineering | Josh Long | February 19, 2014 | ...

Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! As usual, we've got a lot to cover so let's get to it!

  1. Spring Data lead Oliver Gierke has announced that Spring Data Babbage SR3 has been released. The new release rolls up Spring Data Commons 1.6.4, Spring Data JPA 1.4.4, Spring Data MongoDB 1.3.4, and Spring Data Neo4J 2.3.4. Like Spring 4 before it, this release train ships with a Maven dependency BOM (bill of materials) that can be used to level set the dependency versions.
  2. March 18th Webinar - Join Mattias Arthursson as he introduces Spring LDAP 2.0.0.
  3. March 25 Webinar - Be sure to check out Spring lead Juergen Hoeller's upcoming webinar: Spring Framework 4 on top of Java 8.
  4. SpringOne2GX 2013 replay: Spring and Sencha - A Match Made In Heaven (or at least the cloud) is now available
  5. Check out a founding father of Spring - Rob Harrop talk about Running Spring in Amazon Web Services, a great talk from SpringOne2GX 2013.
  6. HCL Technologies AVP Srinivas Ajjarapu penned a nice post on some of the ways that Pivotal's stack is helping IT lower spending and get more.
  7. Nicolas Frankel is back, and has put together a nice post on how to chain together Spring MVC ViewResolvers.
  8. Daniel Mikusa and Stuart Williams's webinar replay introducing Apache Tomcat 8 is now available online.
  9. Steve Perkins put together a nice post on his first steps with Spring Boot. Check it out!
  10. John Thoms has put together a nice example of configuring Spring Boot's embedded Tomcat application server with SSL support. Check it out!
  11. The stellar JHipster project, which sits on top of Spring Boot, is now available complete with new monitoring endpoints and a lot more!
  12. Speaking of Spring Boot, Spring Boot RC 3 is now available. Don't hesitate to check it out.
  13. Our pal Xavier Padró is back with a nice look at how to use the view templating library Thymeleaf with Spring
  14. My pal Andy Piper and Eclipse Paho (an MQTT client) lead Andy Piper has put together a nice post on how to use Spring Integration's MQTT support.

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