What's Coming in Spring 3.0
This morning, I delivered my What's Coming in Spring 3.0 talk for the 2nd time at Colorado Software Summit. Since there is no Spring 3.0 source code to speak of, I was unable to do the "Choose Your Own Adventure" demo at the end.
The good news is I was able to easily upgrade the Spring Kickstart application from Spring 2.0 to Spring 2.5.5 (using annotations). When 3.0 is released, I hope to update this project to use 3.0 as well as show what I needed to change. If I get ambitious, I might even change the UI to use Flex or Ext JS to show a RESTful client. Below is my presentation - hope you enjoy.
Nice presentation, was it recorded so that you will be able to put up the talk on the web?
Thanks for letting us know about the upcoming features in Spring 3.0. I hope that you are able to build a really sweet UI using Ext. If you need any help, feel free to contact me directly.
There have also been a few questions recently raised on the Ext forums about integration with AppFuse. If you could let us know about your experience with implementing an Ext front-end in the AppFuse environment that'd be great.
Ext JS Core Developer
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Posted by Ivan Lazarte on October 23, 2008 at 01:21 PM MDT #
Don't spent too much time on a ExtJS User Interface. It is GPL and that scares a lot of enterprise-decision-makers. Having too securely refactor out every line of ExtJS code from Spring Kickstart just to be on the safe side would be a burden for using it.
I would like to raise a question on the architecture design. Why is it good to duplicate the exact same functionality across so many delegates?
Controller -> Manager -> Repository / DAO -> DAOIsn't this absolute over-engineering? I agree that separating Controllers from Data access is a good thing, so that you can reuse data-access code inside complex services.
But the thought that creating so many layers for a simple "hibernateTemplate.find("from User")" should be a good thing is beyond me. Can somebody please explain?
Posted by Sakuraba on October 25, 2008 at 03:25 AM MDT #
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Posted by 6006604 on October 31, 2008 at 01:45 PM MDT #
Are you going to Devoxx (Antwerp)?
No, but I would like to go some year. I've heard great things about the conference and I'm certain the beer is delicious. ;-)
Posted by Matt Raible on October 31, 2008 at 08:46 PM MDT #
Posted by Chris lai on November 14, 2008 at 12:14 AM MST #
I'm pleased to announce the availability of a dedicated section to Spring 3.0 web resources at SpringHub.com. It is in the upper menu under Home > Tags > Tag: Spring 3.0.
Please click here for a direct access: Spring 3.0 web resources at SpringHub.com. Enjoy!
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