The Definitive Guide to Spring for .NET

The Definitive Guide to Spring for .NET

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The Definitive Guide to Spring for .NET is a deep dive into building enterprise applications using the popular Spring for .NET framework. You'll delve into each of the key Spring for .NET technologies and learn how, when, and why to apply each of them. A nontrivial case study provides you with a realistic background for creating your own applications and helps to emphasize a strongly practical approach at every stage. What you'll learn* What a .NET enterprise application is and the challenges in creating one * How Spring meets those challenges * The architectural approach promoted by Spring. * Creation of services using WCF, .ASMX Web Services, and .NET remoting. * How to follow a Consistent Approach to data access using ADO.NET and ORM * How to apply transactions programmatically and declaratively * Unit and Integration Testing Support Who is this book for? This book is intended for .NET developers who already have a strong understanding of .NET technologies, such as .NET remoting, delegates, and data access, and would like to employ them more effectively through the use of the Spring for .NET more

Product details

  • Paperback | 600 pages
  • aPress
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1430224096
  • 9781430224099

Table of contents

This is a HIGH-LEVEL table of contents, keeping to the level of chapter titles: 1. Introducing Spring and Enterprise Development for .NET 2. Getting ready for development with Spring 3. Meet the Application Context: Introducing Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection 4. The Application Context as a Lifecycle and Resource Manager 5. Managing your application's configuration 6. Spring Schemas and Namespaces 7. Keeping code modular with AOP 8. Fast track Aspects using the Spring Aspect Library 9. Spring Patterns 10. A consistent approach to Data Access 11. Declarative Transaction Management 12. Embracing and extending ASP.NET using Spring 13. Exposing and consuming remote objects 14. Enhancing WCF 15. Exposing Objects to Asynchronous Messaging 16. Messaging with MSMQ 17. Messaging with NMS 18. Tasks and Scheduling 19. Enabling Unit Testing and Integration Testing 20. Building Interoperable Services 21. Extending Spring.NET 22. Appendix A: A deep dive into SpEL 23. Appendix B: Spring.NET for Java Developers 24. Appendix C: Getting involvedshow more