Dr. Mark Pollack, founder of Spring.NET, provides an introduction focused on implementing and designing loosely coupled application architectures.
Mark Pollack, founder of Spring.NET, talks about shares ideas between the Java and .NET communities and the history of Spring.NET. Topics include how to use dependency injection and AOP for more than just logging and where Spring.NET overlaps with WCF.
In this presentation from QCon San Francisco 2007, SpringSource CTO and AspectJ project lead Adrian Colyer discusses where Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) should be used, practical applications of AOP in enterprise situations such as Hibernate exception translation and automatic operation retry on nonfatal exceptions, and AOP mechanisms in Spring 2.5.
Today, many projects focus on Domain-Driven Design, but it is not always easy. One of the most important things are to separate the domain code from the code that only exists for technical reasons. Mats Helander has written an article where he explains how to manage domain models and teaches design patterns and aspect-oriented programming in the process.
Spring 2.5: Drop-in upgrade for 2.0 with OSGi bundles, full annotation-based configuration & AspectJ
The first release candidate of Spring 2.5, formerly known as version 2.1, was recently released. InfoQ spoke with Spring framework lead developer Juergen Hoeller to learn more about this release.
In this QCon session, Spring Creator Rod Johnson explains the important enhancements and features in Spring 2, including XML extensibility features, Spring AOP framework updates, first-class support for dynamic languages, JPA integration, and third party technology support such as Mule ESB, clustering tools, SCA, etc.
Vigil Bose shows how a business transaction can trigger business events dynamically for subsystem processing. The examples shown in this article uses Spring framework 2.0 and Spring AOP effectively to decouple the business service from the subsystem processing functionality.
We've come a long way from the first versions of J2EE. We've learned to avoid invasive programming models, we've developed a rich set of frameworks and APIs, we know how to develop applications based around simple objects. Are we there yet? Most of us would answer no to that question. If we're not there yet, then where are we headed next? Spring founder Rod Johnson explores this issue.
AOP expert Ramnivas Laddad explains how to use Aspects for refactoring cross-cutting concerns within classes (not just across classes) for things like reducing boiler plate code and potential for mistakes. How to recoganize and refactor such logic into aspects is covered, as well as applying aspects for resource management and concurrency control.
Ramnivas Laddad talks about domain aspects, how aspects fit in the design phase, how to model aspects in UML, how to enforce policies with Aspects, how he used Aspects to diagnose production problems including touch threading problems, and using aspects to simplify design pattern implementation.
In this 11 minute interview, AspectJ lead and AOP expert Adrian Colyer briefly discusses the concept of Domain Specific Aspects, AOP adoption in large enterprise, and using AOP to implement well known design patterns.
n a recent article on Java.net Eric Batzdorff considers the application of AOP in respect to singletons versus domain objects. Batzdorff points out that the weight of using such technologies can be much more noticeable when advising domain objects versus singletons.
Spring co-founder Rod Johnson provides the definitive article on the motivations behind and uses of the new features in Spring 2.0. This first article covers the Spring core container, XML configuration extensions, AOP enhancements and Java 5-specific features.
Rod Johnson recently blogged on configuring Spring via Java instead of XML. While the implementation uses annotations it is unique in the fact that they are in a separate configuration class and not in the core business classes themselves.
The AJDT teams recently released 4 new versions of AJDT providing numerous bug fixes, new features, and support AspectJ 1.5.3. This is the first time that the AJDT versions for Eclipse 3.0-3.3 have been released simultaneously.