Spring Tutorials

What is dependency injection?

We, as a java programmers rely on low coupling of the java components/classes. This aims at increasing the re-usability of the components and also help in independent testing of the component. To supplement to this feature, Spring came into picture and through its dependency injection capability, it helped the dependencies of a class...

Spring integration with hibernate

Almost similar to what we have done in our previous article on a login application in Spring using JDBC template. To demonstrate the Spring integration with Hibernate, we will instead be using HibernateTemplate. Quickly moving ahead with the application, lets configure the web.xml first web.xml Location: /WebContent/WEB-INF/ [crayon-5a6353bc4b7bf387307242/] Next, let’s configure the dispatcher-servlet.xml dispatcher-servlet.xml...

Understanding Aspect Oriented programming (AOP)

Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) allows modularization of crosscutting concerns such as transaction management, Security, Logging etc. In other words, AOP aims at increasing modularity of the application, by separating the crosscutting concerns from the actual business logic implementations. Crosscutting concerns are nothing but the functionalities that are not actually a...

Introduction to Spring Web Flow

Introduction: Spring Web Flow is an extension to Spring MVC, that helps in implementing the flows in a complex web application. It allows us to create logical flows in our web application. Features of Spring Web Flow: There is a fixed start and an end point. The user must navigate...
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