fbpx

Category: spring

Spring Boot and other hot releases from Spring!

More hot updates from Spring! Spring Boot’s first milestone is out. Check out that link and see how to build a Spring app with ONE FILE. Spring Security’s slick lead, Rob Winch, has managed to fit an entire app inside a tweet thanks to Spring Boot! Prepare to be amazed. Spring Mobile 1.1.0.RC1 and 1.0.2…


Spring Framework releases WebSocket support + SpringOne 2GX around the corner

A lot of hot news is coming from http://blog.springsource.org/. Read about Spring 4’s new WebSocket support Just days ago, Jon Brisbin released the first milestone of Spring Reactor, a foundation for asynchronous, fast-data apps on the JVM. The Spring Tool Suite (STS) has added support for Java-based configuration. SpringOne 2GX is just around the corner!…


Bootstrap and jQuery make me look good

I recently was given a task that seemed kind of big for me. I had to generate a web site targeted for a certain with little time. I put off planned vacation time in order to meet this schedule. Bottom line, I spit out the site, and to top it off, my co-workers were impressed…


Looking forward to speaking at Atlanta Spring User’s Group

If you visit http://www.meetup.com/AtlantaSpring/events/91397142, you can sign up for my talk I plan to give on Spring Roo and Micro Cloud Foundry in January. I’m excited to travel down there, rub elbows with Spring enthusiasts and co-workers alike, and talk about some good ole’ Spring stuff. For those of you that are coming, I plan to…


Book review: “Just Spring”

I finished reading “Just Spring” by Madhusudhan Konda over the weekend. The author states in the preface, If you wish to get introduced to Spring quickly and precisely, or would like to refresh your knowledge on Spring in couple of hours, or have only a weekend to learn Spring before you start working on it on…