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Better dependency management for Gradle
if you’re using Gradle. Dependency management in Gradle Gradle’s dependency management uses a ResolutionStrategy to take control of a project’s dependency versions. This offers a lot of power and flexibility but doesn’t provide a way to reuse the dependency management that’s already been declared in a
Spring 3.1 M1: Unified Property Management
new in Spring 3.1 M1. Today we’ll take a look at a second aspect of the Environment – how it helps simplify the concern of configuration property management. Understanding property sources Spring’s Environment abstraction provides search operations over a configurable hierarchy of property sources. To
Transactions, Caching and AOP: understanding proxy usage in Spring
examples: Transactions, Caching and Java Configuration. All the code samples shown in this blog entry are available on my github account. Transactions First step: no transaction The Service class below is not transactional yet. Let’s first look at it as is and then make it become transactional. @Service
SpringSource To Acquire GemStone Data Management
has been a parallel revolution for data management: cloud-based architectures are forcing requirements on data management that are similar to systems only previously seen in the most demanding, high performance workloads. These new challenges for data management include support for modern applications
SpringSource Application Management Suite (AMS) Released
introduces SpringSource AMS and outlines some of its additional features: SpringSource Application Management Suite (AMS) is a comprehensive enterprise application management tool. It is designed to manage and monitor all of your Spring-powered applications, the Spring runtime, and a variety of platforms
Webinar Replay: Building your app management tools with Spring Boot
inevitably need with Boot as well? In this webinar, see how the Spring team has already picked up and run with Spring Boot CLI as a powerful way to manage things like all open issues against the 60+ getting started guides. See how to monitor application logs using a little Spring Integration, Spring WebSocket+STOMP
Webinar: Building your app management tools with Spring Boot
inevitably need with Boot as well? In this webinar, see how the Spring team has already picked up and run with Spring Boot CLI as a powerful way to manage things like all open issues against the 60+ getting started guides. See how to monitor application logs using a little Spring Integration, Spring WebSocket+STOMP
SpringOne2GX 2013 replay: Data Modelling and Identity Management with OAuth2
Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2013 in Santa Clara, CA. Speaker: Dr. David Syer The OAuth2 specification (wisely) leaves a lot of areas open to interpretation and implementation details, so there are a lot of opportunities to impose interpretations on the flows and the underlying data. This presentation starts with a basic guide to the main features of OAuth2 and then goes on to show, with examples, how they can be exploited to support business and application use cases. For instance, should you encode access decision data directly in the access token, or make the token completely opaque? Should you be signing requests? What naming convention should you use for OAuth2 scopes? How do you go about registering users and clients? There are some obvious patterns in existing OAuth2 implementations, and Spring Security OAuth provides plenty of hooks and extension points should you wish to copy one of those, or make your own rules. Examples will use Spring and Spring Security to show how to take advantage of the inherent flexibility, both in the spec and in the libraries. Learn more about Spring Security OAuth: http://projects.spring.io/spring-security-oauth and Spring Security: http://projects.spring.io/spring-security
SpringOne2GX2013 Replay: Spring and Web Content Management
workflows, innovative multi-channel support and a damn fine user experience that includes touch devices), and brief tutorials on solving some key content management challenges faced by Spring developers. There will also be a quick detour into Magnolia's Groovy shell and MagLev, a Grails plugin for Magnolia.  
Video: SpringOne 2GX - Identity Management with Spring Security
detailed guide to Identity Management with Spring Security. Spring developer and also Cloud Foundry engineer, Dave Syer, covers Single Sign On, security standards (including SAML, OpenID, OAuth, SCIM, JWT), how Spring Security can fit in, as well as demoing identity management as a service. Dave has tackled