Category Archives: Spring

Implementing a Spring custom namespace for Olingo

Spring is a lightweight container that implements dependency injection. It provides a convenient and extensible way to implement DSLs within its XML configuration to make easier configurations of particular issues. Olingo is a Java library that implements the Open Data … Continue reading

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Great review for Spring DM in action

DZone wrote a great review regarding Spring DM in action at the address http://books.dzone.com/reviews/spring-dynamic-modules-action!

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Spring Dynamic Modules in action is published

I’m pleased to announce that the book “Spring Dynamic Modules in action” is published today after some long months of work. Only the ebook version is available at this time. The book is currently being printed and will be available … Continue reading

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Configuring locale switching with Spring MVC 3

Spring MVC supports a built-in support of locales which allows: specifying where are stored messages specifying where to find and store current locale specifying the interceptor responsible to change the current locale based on the presence of a particular parameter … Continue reading

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Disabling cache in Spring MVC 3

Disabling cache on pages by the browser within a website is an important aspect since pages are reloaded from the server and their contents are always up to date. This is done using the three HTTP headers with the following … Continue reading

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Spring Batch in action went in MEAP

I’m pleased to announce that the book “Spring Batch in action” went in MEAP yesterday. You can reach it from the Manning’s web site at the following address: http://www.manning.com/templier/. We will be pleased to read your comments from the author’s forum of … Continue reading

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