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Author Archives: Kenan Sevindik

Develops enterprise software, gives training, mentoring and consultancy services about Java, Design Patterns, OOP, AOP, Spring, Spring Security, Vaadin and Hibernate. Specialized on the architecture and development of enterprise applications using various Java technologies for more than 15 years. Works with various enterprise Java frameworks, such as Spring Application Framework, Spring Security Framework, Hibernate Persistence Framework since their initial phases. Co-author of "Beginning Spring" book published by Wiley Publishing in February 2015. Public speaker. B.S. in Computer Engineering.

Spring Framework Angularjs Integration Tutorial

Spring Application Framework enables us develop RESTful services using its Web MVC subsystem, and we can consume those services via any of the client side front end UI technologies, e.g Angular, Backbone or React JS. In this example, I will explain how a CRUD like scenario can be developed using Spring MVC at the back side, and Angular JS in ...

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20 Spring Framework Best Practices

Spring Application Framework has been in action for quite a long time, and programmers have developed several conventions, usage patterns, and idioms during that time period. In this example, we will try to explain some of them and give examples to illustrate how to apply them in your projects. Let’s begin. Table Of Contents 1. Define singleton beans with names ...

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How to Start Developing Layered Web Applications with Spring

Spring is a great framework to develop enterprise Java web applications. It really eases life of Java developers by providing tons of features. In this example, we will show you how to start developing layered web applications with Spring.                   Table Of Contents 1. Create a new Maven WebApp project 2. Add ...

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How to write Transactional Unit Tests with Spring

Spring is a great framework to develop enterprise Java web applications. It provides tons of features for us. One of them is its TestContext Framework, which helps us to implement integration unit tests easily in our enterprise applications. Integration unit tests may cover several layers and include ApplicationContext loading, transactional persistence operations, security checks and so on. In this example, ...

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