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In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Rob Harrop discusses OSGi in the enterprise, OSGi basics, modularity in OSGi, import-package, require-bundle, the problem of split packages, import-bundle, Bundlor, demos of OSGi bundle usage, RFC 66, dm Server, the blueprint service, OSGi services, demo of building an OSGi-based Spring MVC web application, OSGi configuration admin, and dynamic updates.
Christian Dupuis, Principal Engineer with SpringSource, discusses SpringSource Tool Suite’s Groovy, Grails and Roo support, Cloud Foundry integration, and future plans for the product.
Rod Johnson, the founder of Spring and the general manager of the SpringSource division of VMware, talks about Spring 3.0, the influence of Google Guice on Spring, Spring.NET, and Spring’s tc Server.
After a quick introduction to Spring Batch and Integration, Dave Syer and Mark Fisher demo using them for real life situations where automation can save both operators and developers a lot of time by running automated safe-failing and auto-restartable batch jobs.
In this podcast, Dr. Dave Syer talks on the recently released Spring 3.0 and Grails 1.2, the options for configuring dependency injection are multiplying. He talks on the options available which include XML, Groovy, @Autowire, @Inject, @Configuration, component scanning, to list only the newest and the most popular and discusses the advantages and disadvantages and how you can choose the right tool for the job.
SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer talks to InfoQ about AspectJ. The interview explores how products such as Spring Roo are using AspectJ, and how ideas from AspectJ helped SpringSource improve the Groovy compiler inside Eclipse. Colyer also discusses SpringSource’s two server offerings, dm Server and tc Server, OSGi and Scrum.
Dr Ben Alex, The Project Lead of the Spring Roo code generator project, discusses using Roo on an existing project, building custom templates and add-ons for Roo, and how its capabilities compare to other productivity tools such as Grails. The interview goes on to look at the related Spring Shell project and discusses Spring Security 3.0, which Ben Alex founded.
Many Java developers have used a IoC container – or at least heard about Spring. Today there are a good number of IoC containers and each of them claiming to do Dependency Injection (DI) in a better way. This session will explain what IoC/DI really is, why we should use it, how the containers work and when to use each specific container. In this session, you will learn:
â€¢What Dependency Injection can add to your applications;
â€¢How various frameworks, including Spring, Guice, Tapestry 5 IOC, HK2 and PicoContainer, work;
â€¢Tips on when to …
Mark Pollack talks about the features coming in Spring.NET 1.3 and 2.0. He also covers Spring.NET Integration, the Stonehenge project and the relationship with Spring Java.