Aspect Oriented Programming Using AspectJPaperback
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- Publisher: Sams Publishing
- Format: Paperback | 288 pages
- Dimensions: 188mm x 232mm x 17mm | 490g
- Publication date: 17 July 2002
- Publication City/Country: Indianapolis
- ISBN 10: 0672324105
- ISBN 13: 9780672324109
- Illustrations note: references, glossary, index
- Sales rank: 1,657,356
In a November 2001 Java Pro magazine article, noted Java pundit Daniel Savarese states, "The days of Object-Oriented Programming may be numbered, One day we may all be using Aspect-Oriented Programming ." While this may be hyperbole, the AOP bring certain needed improvements to the OOP. AspectJ is a Java-based tool that allows developers to apply standard Java syntax to AOP principles, much as C++ allowed C programmers to use C syntax in an object-oriented manner. There are AspectJ add-ons available for Borland's JBuilder, Sun's Forte for Java and for the EMACS text editor. Aspect-Oriented Programming with AspectJ introduces AOP and the AspectJ tool. The book also shows how, by using existing Java programming knowledge, the developer can use AOP in meaningful development work.
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Ivan Kiselev has over 20 years of software engineering and business experience. He is a chief technology officer at APP Design Group, Inc., a software company. Previously, Mr. Kiselev held technology leadership positions with a number of other software, financial, and telecommunication companies. Mr. Kiselev is a senior-level architect and technologist with extensive experience in analysis, architecture, and development of large-scale, distributed information systems, as well as a recognized expert in object-oriented technology, the Internet, and EDI. Mr. Kiselev takes particular interest in applications of reusable frameworks and application servers to electronic commerce systems and development environments, as well as integrating scripting languages into all of these. Most of his efforts are devoted to architecture of distributed enterprise scale applications for the Web-based environment where he advocates a very pragmatic approach to system development. Mr. Kiselev served on the ANSI C++ Standardization Committee from 1991D1993 and published over 20 articles and white papers in Dr. DobbOs Journal, Java DeveloperOs Journal, Software Development Magazine, and other publications. Mr. Kiselev is a member of the Association for Computer Machinery and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
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In a November 2001 Java Pro magazine article, noted Java pundit Daniel Savarese states, "The days of Object-Oriented Programming may be numbered, One day we may all be using Aspect-Oriented Programming ." While this may be hyperbole, the AOP bring certain needed improvements to the OOP. AspectJ is a Java-based tool that allows developers to apply standard Java syntax to AOP principles, much as C++ allowed C programmers to use C syntax in an object-oriented manner. There are AspectJ add-ons available for Borland's JBuilder, Sun's Forte for Java and for the EMACS text editor. "Aspect-Oriented Programming with AspectJ" introduces AOP and the AspectJ tool. The book also shows how, by using existing Java programming knowledge, the developer can use AOP in meaningful development work.
Table of contents
(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary.) Introduction. I. INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH ASPECTJ. 1. Why Aspect-Oriented Programming? Complexity Management. From OO to Aspects. Aspect-Oriented Programming. Meet AspectJ. 2. A First Look at AspectJ. Quick Setup Guide. Introduction to the Language. How It All Works. II. STRATEGIES FOR A REAL APPLICATION. 3. Application Description. Business Requirements and Usage. Architecture. Tools. File Layout. Build Process. 4. Implementation Details. Presentation Layer. Configuration and Initialization. Database Operations. 5. Crosscutting by Design. Security. Design by Contract and Other Coding Improvements. Clean Exception Handling. 6. Development Aids. Logging. Tracing. Profiling. 7. Runtime Improvements. Buffering. Pooling. Caching. 8. Coping with Change. New Logging. New Levels of Service. 9. Transition to Deployment. Catalog of Aspects. Performance of the Aspects. Documentation and Packaging. III. LANGUAGE DETAILS. 10. Aspects. Extension. Instantiation. Domination. 11. Picking Join Points: Pointcuts. Join Points and Pointcuts. Wild Cards. Test Case. call Pointcut. execution Pointcut. get Pointcut. set Pointcut. handler Pointcut. Initialization. staticinitialization Pointcut. within Pointcut. withincode Pointcut. cflow Pointcut. cflowbelow Pointcut. this Pointcut. target Pointcut. args Pointcut. if Pointcut. PointcutId Pointcut. The ! Operation. The && Operation. The || Operation. Using Parentheses. Context. 12. Advices. Introductory Notes. The before Advice. The after Advice. The around Advice. Precedence Rules. 13. Static Crosscutting. Test Case. Field Introduction. Method Introduction. Constructor Introduction. Access Rules and Privileged Aspects. Extension. Implementation. Warnings and Errors. Softened Exceptions. IV. CONCLUSION. 14. Use Patterns. Shooting Yourself in the Tail. We Want It All. Following the Recursion Path. Getting in Synch. Hyper-Cutting. A Word of Caution. V. APPENDIXES. Appendix A. AspectJ API. Interfaces JoinPoint and JoinPoint.StaticPart. Interface Signature and Its Subinterfaces. Interface SourceLocation. Exceptions. An Example. Appendix B. AspectJ Command-Line Tools. The ajc Tool. Ajdoc. Appendix C. Auxiliary Tools. Tomcat. MySQL Database. Ant. Appendix D. Quick Language Reference. Aspect. Aspect Association. Type Patterns. Advice. Pointcut Designators. Introduction. Appendix E. AspectJ Project. Project at PARC. Contact Information. Community Participation and Support. Appendix F. References. Chapter G. Glossary. Index.