Spring Python 1.1.0 released

By Greg Turnquist

Greg is a member of the Spring team, an author of several books on Spring Boot, conference speaker, and the lead for Spring Data JPA.

May 11, 2010

The final release of Spring Python 1.1.0 is out. Spring Python takes the concepts of Spring and applies them to the Python. This includes functionality like dependency injection, aspect oriented programming, data access, transaction management, security, remoting, and even python-to-java-to-python communication through JMS.

Spring Python has been growing since 2006 and was the first Spring Extension to go live. The project thrives with community involvement. The biggest thanks go to our fellow committers: Dariusz Suchojad and Sven Wilhelm. You can also follow postings at http://twitter.com/springpython.

There is also a Spring Python 1.1 book to help both Java and Python coders alike come to grips with the functionality offered by Spring Python. It covers all the major functional pieces of Spring Python (except the JMS part which is very new) and includes two case studies with lots of code and high level diagrams.

The following is a list of issues worked during this major release:



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