Spring Dynamic Modules in Action

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Java EE developers increasingly want to utilize OSGi to develop modular applications for component and service-based architectures. But tools required for OSGi implementation have been slow to develop. Spring Dynamic Modules (Spring DM) is a framework that simplifies the creation of component and service-oriented architectures with OSGi, to build modular Java applications using the powerful Spring framework.

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Overview

Java EE developers increasingly want to utilize OSGi to develop modular applications for component and service-based architectures. But tools required for OSGi implementation have been slow to develop. Spring Dynamic Modules (Spring DM) is a framework that simplifies the creation of component and service-oriented architectures with OSGi, to build modular Java applications using the powerful Spring framework.

Spring Dynamic Modules in Action presents the fundamental concepts of OSGi-based apps and maps them to the familiar ideas of the Spring framework. Then, it teaches the techniques and concepts required to develop stable, flexible enterprise apps. Along the way, readers will learn to incorporate other topics including dependency injection and unit testing in an OSGi-based environment.

Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935182306
  • Publisher: Manning Publications Company
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 548
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Arnaud Cogolu gnes is a software developer, Java EE architect and author with deep expertise in middleware, software engineering and Spring technologies. Arnaud spent a number of years in development of complex business applications, integration of Java-based products, and dispensing training on the Java platform.

Thierry Templier is co-author of two French books on Spring and JavaScript and contributed to the Spring framework with the JCA and Lucene supports. He is a Java EE and Web2 architect and MDE expert with 10 years of experience. He develops rich internet applications combining Spring, OSGi, JPA and GWT, and based on Spring-DM.

Andy Piper is a software architect with Oracle Corporation working on Oracle's event driven suite of products, a Java software stack based on OSGi, Spring and Spring-DM technologies. Previously Andy was a core architect for BEA WebLogic Server, responsible for features such as clustering, RMI, IIOP and HA. Andy is a committer on the Spring-DM project and holds a PhD in distributed computing from Cambridge University, England.

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  • Posted November 13, 2010

    The Definitive Guide to Spring DM

    My feelings for this book can be summed up with a single strong statement: This book is going to be the definitive book on Spring DM, period. Users of Spring DM need to rush out and buy a copy, for this book is a reference that will save countless hours and loads of headaches. The authors (there are 3) have clearly travelled many miles with Spring DM, and their experience is laid out plainly for you to purchase for the measly price of a book. My only caveat: be sure Spring DM is the right tool for the problem you want to solve, for there is some work ahead of you. If you are certain it's the right technology, then this is without question the book you need. Roughly, here's what you can expect from the book: - An introduction to OSGi and an explanation of its purpose - Explanation of how Spring can be used within an OSGi container, review of the currently available containers - Details about how Spring DM works, and the parts you need to understand - Details about OSGi services, and how they relate to Spring DM - In depth best practices for data access, enterprise Java projects, and web applications (includes specific advice for popular web application frameworks) - Testing practices - Extended uses of OSGi, including likely future direction If you are a Spring DM user, this is the book for you.

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