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Spring in Small Doses

03.11.2008
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Spring is a well organized framework and IoC container that can be used in a modular way. In this article we are going to see how Spring can help us to develop applications by integrating it step by step into a tiny report engine. The main goal is the development of a engine that should be flexible enough to be used on a desktop as well as on a web client. The engine may access data stored in a database, file system or FTP server and in different formats like database columns, CSV or XML. Spring is going to play a key role because it facilitates the development of such an application based on reusable classes and interfaces.

Article:

http://java.ondeman.de/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/spring_in_small_doses.pdf

Project Files:

http://java.ondeman.de/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/spring_in_small_doses_part1.zip

http://java.ondeman.de/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/spring_in_small_doses_part2.zip

http://java.ondeman.de/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/spring_in_small_doses_part3.zip

http://java.ondeman.de/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/spring_in_small_doses_part4.zip

 

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Peter Karussell replied on Fri, 2008/03/21 - 4:26pm

Hi Tiago,
I went through the entire tutorial and it was really easy for me to follow the steps and the ideas, although I am an eclipse and spring newbie. Now it is clear for me that not only enterprise software could benefit from spring - thanks for this!

Peter.


PS: I documented all additional and necessary steps for eclipse here:
http://karussell.wordpress.com/2008/03/20/eclipse-and-spring-in-small-doses

Tiago Brito Spindola replied on Sat, 2008/03/22 - 6:06pm

Hi Peter,

many thanks for the feedback and the additional configuration steps for Eclipse you've described on your blog! I'm glad that now Eclipse newbies also have the possibility to follow the instructions without problems. Thanks!

Tiago.

PJ Murray replied on Tue, 2008/04/08 - 9:49am

Very nice contribution ...

Margus Martsepp replied on Sun, 2008/05/11 - 2:52pm

Hi Tiago,

thank you for this wonderful "try it yourself" example, with good OOP design and comments of Springs with Eclipse. 

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