POJO's in Action: Developing Enterprise Applications with Lightweight Frameworks: Lightweight Frameworks for Enterprise Applications Paperback – 2 Feb 2006
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About the Author
Chris Richardson is a developer, architect and mentor with over 20 years of experience. He runs a consulting company that jumpstarts new development projects and helps teams that are frustrated with enterprise Java become more productive and successful. Chris has been a technical leader at a variety of companies including Insignia Solutions and BEA Systems. Chris holds a MA & BA in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge in England. He lives in Oakland, CA.
Top Customer Reviews
It would be great if the author could get around to doing a 2nd edition to update things in light of JPA and annotation driven spring. The first edition does not suffer from predating JPA as it shows how to use either JDO or hiberante so it is straight forward to apply its principles and techniques when using JPA. Likewise the xml spring configurations it uses are probably easier to explain to someone new to spring who will find it easy to move onto using annotations to configure large parts of spring.
I published a demo ajax driven web application as a front-end to the example source code from this book which can no doubt be found with any good search engine.
- How to organise business logic using a proper domain model
- What are the differences to the usual procedure based approaches we tend to use.
- How to leverage Spring and ORM frameworks in the solution.
The book deals with other important subjects, for example, transaction management, object locking and testing.
If you've read Fowler Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture and/or Eric Evans Domain Driven Design and didn't really `get it', then this book puts it all together in a meaningful way! For me, the light finally switched on in my brain!
Won't tell you everything about Spring, JDO or Hibernate, but you'll see where they fit in.
Buy this book!