- Taschenbuch: 446 Seiten
- Verlag: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (10. November 2012)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 148028470X
- ISBN-13: 978-1480284708
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2,6 x 23,5 cm
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Spring 4 for Developing Enterprise Applications: An End-to-End Approach (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 10. November 2012
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HENRY H. LIU, PHD, is a Software Developer specializing in developing high performing, scalable enterprise software products. He is a certified Sun Enterprise Java Architect, IBM XML Developer, and Microsoft .Net Developer. Prior to becoming a software engineer, he had a physicist career and published over 30 research papers in physics while working in the national labs of China, France, Germany, and the United States. His honors include being the author of another book titled Java Performance and Scalability: A Quantitative Approach, an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow in Germany, and a CMG 2004 Best Paper Award recipient for applying queuing theory to analyzing software performance. Dr. Liu enjoys writing to help software developers learn new, usable skills fast.
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As a side note: When I had a question during the course of working through the tutorial exercises, I wrote an e-mail to the author directly and he not only replied but showed concern at whether I had resolved the issue and had been able to complete my project. I had in fact worked through the issue using materials on his website and in his book, but his personal response and genuine concern for my problem was impressive.
I would definitely recommend this book to others as a great way to experience Spring Framework without the long learning curve usually needed to grasp unfamiliar technologies.
This is not a book one can read fast or skip some chapters. We developers are always short on time. I have to patiently read through all the chapters, and some times read through it multiple times and trace through the code. The author is excellent in responding to my email for help. This book does not cover much on the technical concept in detail, but do discuss the various building blocks such as MVC, N-Tier architecture, object mapping and security in a concise manner. Again these are highly complex technical topics which would be a book by itself. In addition, the application also requires user have some knowledge of MySQL, Maven and of course intermediate level of Java programming. It does provide a step by step approach over several chapters for the development of the SOBA demonstration. I have a much better perspective on using Spring Framework now for my own development project which conceptually is simplier than SOBA. So I am happy with my learning experince from this book.
This book has no development in it, it's simply a download the entire source code for one of the applications in the book and walk through what everything is. There's no development at all, no chance to gain that muscle memory. And the code that is downloaded? It has numerous issues with it's SQL access layer and throughs the SQL equivalent of null pointer exceptions when you try to test the app as described in one of the chapters.
Finally, when one gets to appendix F, and is trying to download the files for the structure of the quick and dirty spring/hibernate/mysql and maven 3 app, the files aren't at the author's site where he instructs users to download them.
The glowing reviews for this book are misleading, and lead one to believe they weren't written by actual users of the book. I'm off to use the web for instruction on actually developing a spring mvc 3 app, since this book was almost a complete waste of time.
I emailed the author several times when I had some issues setting up the environment on my pc, which is messed up by myself. The author spent lots of hours imitating my environment, researching and testing my issues. Eventually he helped me solve the issue. His persistence does impress me. He is the guy who really delivers. Read the book and you will know what I mean.
The book will benefit your current work and future career if you want to get into the Spring world.
The author is also quick to respond to requests and I was able to receive feedback on a minor typo in the book on the same day.
I highly recommend the book.