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Beginning Spring 6:
From Beginner to Pro

Authors Joseph Ottinger and Andrew Lombardi will get you started using Spring Framework 6 and its ecosystem, walking you through all the best practices in modern application development. You’ll see how Spring has drastically and positively affected the way applications are designed and programmed in Java, and how to build apps with the Spring mindset. Along the way, you will learn many aspects of the Spring ecosystem with easy-to-understand applications designed to teach you not only the technology, but also the practices that benefit the most from Spring. Starting with the basics, you’ll learn gradually, including topics such as the configuration and declaration of beans, the application lifecycle, how to deploy a Spring application into a Java EE application, Spring Reactive, Spring Web, Spring Boot, and Spring Cloud.

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About the Authors

Joseph B. Ottinger

A distributed systems architect with experience in many cloud platforms. He was the editor-in-chief of both Java Developer’s Journal and TheServerSide.com and has also contributed to many, many publications, open source projects, and commercial projects over the years, using many different languages (but primarily Java, Python, and JavaScript). He’s also a previously published author online (with too many publications to note individually) and in print, through Apress.

Andrew Lombardi

A veteran entrepreneur,  systems engineer and founder of technology consultancy and web studio Mystic Coders; has provided brands as large as Walmart and as controversial and unique as Twitter 1.0 with digital solutions. He’s written two previous books, one on WebSocket for O’Reilly which focused on the server and client components all written with JavaScript and Node.js and the other that was the previous revision of this book. He firmly believes that the best thing he’s done is being a great dad.

Beginning Hibernate 6:
Java Persistence
from Beginner to Pro

Get started with Hibernate, an open source Java persistence layer and gain a clear introduction to the current standard for object-relational persistence in Java. This updated edition includes the new Hibernate 6.0 framework which covers new configuration, new object relational mapping changes, and enhanced integration with the more general Spring, Boot and Quarkus and other Java frameworks

The book keeps its focus on Hibernate without wasting time on nonessential third-party tools, so you’ll be able to immediately start building transaction-based engines and applications. Experienced authors Joseph Ottinger with Dave Minter and Jeff Linwood provide more in-depth examples than any other book for Hibernate beginners. They present their material in a lively, example-based manner—not a dry, theoretical, hard-to-read fashion.

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Beginning Spring 5:
From Novice to Professional

Get started with Spring Framework 5 and its ecosystem, with a guide to the working practices in modern development. This book will teach you how to use the Spring Framework to build Java-based applications, web applications, and microservices. You’ll see how Spring has drastically and positively affected the way we program and design applications in Java.


Beginning Spring 5 discusses how you can build apps with the Spring mindset and what the benefits of that mindset are. Along the way you will learn many aspects of the Spring ecosystem with easy-to-understand applications designed to teach you not only the technology, but also the practices that benefit the most from Spring.

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WebSocket: Lightweight
Client-Server Communications

Until recently, creating desktop-like applications in the browser meant using inefficient Ajax or Comet technologies to communicate with the server. With this practical guide, you’ll learn how to use WebSocket, a protocol that enables the client and server to communicate with each other on a single connection simultaneously. No more asynchronous communication or long polling!

For developers with a good grasp of JavaScript (and perhaps Node.js), author Andrew Lombardi provides useful hands-on examples throughout the book to help you get up to speed with the WebSocket API. You’ll also learn how to use WebSocket with Transport Layer Security (TLS).

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