Work with all aspects of batch processing in a modern Java environment using a selection of Spring frameworks. This book provides up-to-date examples using the latest configuration techniques based on Java configuration and Spring Boot. The Definitive Guide to Spring Batch takes you from the “Hello, World!” of batch processing to complex scenarios demonstrating cloud native techniques for developing batch applications to be run on modern platforms. Finally this book demonstrates how you can use areas of the Spring portfolio beyond just Spring Batch 4 to collaboratively develop mission-critical batch processes. You’ll see how a new class of use cases and platforms has evolved to have an impact on batch-processing. Data science and big data have become prominent in modern IT and the use of batch processing to orchestrate workloads has become commonplace. The Definitive Guide to Spring Batch covers how running finite tasks on cloud infrastructure in a standardized way has changed where batch applications are run. Additionally, you’ll discover how Spring Batch 4 takes advantage of Java 9, Spring Framework 5, and the new Spring Boot 2 micro-framework. After reading this book, you’ll be able to use Spring Boot to simplify the development of your own Spring projects, as well as take advantage of Spring Cloud Task and Spring Cloud Data Flow for added cloud native functionality. Includes a foreword by Dave Syer, Spring Batch project founder. What You'll Learn Discover what is new in Spring Batch 4 Carry out finite batch processing in the cloud using the Spring Batch project Understand the newest configuration techniques based on Java configuration and Spring Boot using practical examples Master batch processing in complex scenarios including in the cloud Develop batch applications to be run on modern platforms Use areas of the Spring portfolio beyond Spring Batch to develop mission-critical batch processes Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and Spring coders new to the Spring Batch platform. This definitive book will be useful in allowing even experienced Spring Batch users and developers to maximize the Spring Batch tool.
Spring Web Flow is an exciting open-source framework for developing Java web applications. The framework improves productivity by addressing three major pain–points facing web application developers: user interface navigation control, state management, and modularity. The Definitive Guide to Spring Web Flow covers Spring Web Flow in detail by explaining its motivation and feature set, as well as providing practical guidance for using the framework to develop web applications successfully in a number of environments.
Release on 2013-02-03 | by Jeff Scott Brown,Graeme Rocher
Author: Jeff Scott Brown,Graeme Rocher
Grails is a full stack framework which aims to greatly simplify the task of building serious web applications for the JVM. The concepts within Grails, like interceptors, tag libs, and Groovy Server Pages (GSP), make those in the Java community feel right at home. Grails’ foundation is on solid open source technologies such as Spring, Hibernate, and SiteMesh, which gives it even more potential in the Java space: Spring provides powerful inversion of control and MVC, Hibernate brings a stable, mature object relational mapping technology with the ability to integrate with legacy systems, and SiteMesh handles flexible layout control and page decoration. Grails complements these with additional features that take advantage of the coding–by–convention paradigm such as dynamic tag libraries, Grails object relational mapping, Groovy Server Pages, and scaffolding. Graeme Rocher, Grails lead and founder, and Jeff Brown bring you completely up–to–date with their authoritative and fully comprehensive guide to the Grails 2 framework. You’ll get to know all the core features, services, and Grails extensions via plug–ins, and understand the roles that Groovy and Grails are playing in the changing Web.
Release on 2009-02-19 | by Graeme Rocher,Jeff Scott Brown
Author: Graeme Rocher,Jeff Scott Brown
The rise of Ruby on Rails has signified a huge shift in how we build web applications today; it is a fantastic framework with a growing community. There is, however, space for another such framework that integrates seamlessly with Java. Thousands of companies have invested in Java, and these same companies are losing out on the benefits of a Rails–like framework. Enter Grails. Grails is not just a Rails clone. It aims to provide a Rails–like environment that is more familiar to Java developers and employs idioms that Java developers are comfortable using, making the adjustment in mentality to a dynamic framework less of a jump. The concepts within Grails, like interceptors, tag libs, and Groovy Server Pages (GSP), make those in the Java community feel right at home. Grails' foundation is on solid open source technologies such as Spring, Hibernate, and SiteMesh, which gives it even more potential in the Java space: Spring provides powerful inversion of control and MVC, Hibernate brings a stable, mature object relational mapping technology with the ability to integrate with legacy systems, and SiteMesh handles flexible layout control and page decoration. Grails complements these with additional features that take advantage of the coding–by–convention paradigm such as dynamic tag libraries, Grails object relational mapping, Groovy Server Pages, and scaffolding. Graeme Rocher, Grails lead and founder, and Jeff Brown bring you completely up–to–date with their authoritative and fully comprehensive guide to the Grails framework. You'll get to know all the core features, services, and Grails extensions via plug–ins, and understand the roles that Groovy and Grails are playing in the changing Web.
Release on 2008-11-04 | by Martin Marinschek,Zubin Wadia,Hazem Saleh,Dennis Byrne
Author: Martin Marinschek,Zubin Wadia,Hazem Saleh,Dennis Byrne
This expert-written book covers the open source Apache MyFaces project, which is the most popular implementation of JavaServer Faces, a Web framework put forth by Sun MicroSystems. The text introduces the basics of MyFaces and the JSF Standard and goes beyond fundamentals to provide a thorough understanding of the JSF lifecycle. Readers will learn how to build real-world AJAX components, and how to leverage Oracle ADF Faces components within applications. The book is an ideal reference for professional Java and Web developers looking to develop real world applications as it focuses on practical aspects such as scalability, design, optimization and configurability.
Release on 2017-10-11 | by Iuliana Cosmina,Rob Harrop,Chris Schaefer,Clarence Ho
An In-Depth Guide to the Spring Framework and Its Tools
Author: Iuliana Cosmina,Rob Harrop,Chris Schaefer,Clarence Ho
Master Spring basics and core topics, and share the authors’ insights and real–world experiences with remoting, Hibernate, and EJB. Beyond the basics, you'll learn how to leverage the Spring Framework to build the various tiers and parts of an enterprise Java application: transactions, web and presentation tiers, deployment, and much more. A full sample application allows you to apply many of the technologies and techniques covered in Pro Spring 5 and see how they work together. This book updates the perennial bestseller with the latest that the new Spring Framework 5 has to offer. Now in its fifth edition, this popular title is by far the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of Spring available. It covers the new functional web framework and interoperability with Java 9. After reading this definitive book, you'll be armed with the power of Spring to build complex Spring applications, top to bottom. The agile, lightweight, open-source Spring Framework continues to be the de facto leading enterprise Java application development framework for today's Java programmers and developers. It works with other leading open-source, agile, and lightweight Java technologies such as Hibernate, Groovy, MyBatis, and more. Spring now works with Java EE and JPA 2 as well. What You'll Learn Discover what’s new in Spring Framework 5 Use the Spring Framework with Java 9 Master data access and transactions Work with the new functional web framework Create microservices and other web services Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and enterprise Java developers and programmers. Some experience with Spring highly recommended.
This is the first book to devote complete coverage to the most recent release of the popular embedded open source database SQLite. The book acts as both an ideal tutorial and reference guide. It offers experienced database developers a thorough overview of its capabilities and APIs, yet is mindful of newcomers who may be making their first foray into the database environment with SQLite. Readers are presented with introductions to the SQLite extensions available for C, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, and Tcl.
Release on 2020-04-03 | by Matt Fuller,Manfred Moser,Martin Traverso
SQL at Any Scale, on Any Storage, in Any Environment
Author: Matt Fuller,Manfred Moser,Martin Traverso
Pubpsher: O'Reilly Media
Perform fast interactive analytics against different data sources using the Presto high-performance, distributed SQL query engine. With this practical guide, you’ll learn how to conduct analytics on data where it lives, whether it’s Hive, Cassandra, a relational database, or a proprietary data store. Analysts, software engineers, and production engineers will learn how to manage, use, and even develop with Presto. Initially developed by Facebook, open source Presto is now used by Netflix, Airbnb, LinkedIn, Twitter, Uber, and many other companies. Matt Fuller, Manfred Moser, and Martin Traverso from Starburst show you how a single Presto query can combine data from multiple sources to allow for analytics across your entire organization. Get started: Explore Presto’s use cases and learn about tools that will help you connect to Presto and query data Go deeper: Learn Presto’s internal workings, including how to connect to and query data sources with support for SQL statements, operators, functions, and more Put Presto in production: Use this query engine for security and monitoring and with other applications; learn how other organizations apply Presto
Release on 2010-03-05 | by Josh Juneau,Jim Baker,Frank Wierzbicki,Leo Soto Muñoz,Victor Ng
Python for the Java Platform
Author: Josh Juneau,Jim Baker,Frank Wierzbicki,Leo Soto Muñoz,Victor Ng
Jython is an open source implementation of the high-level, dynamic, object-oriented scripting language Python seamlessly integrated with the Java platform. The predecessor to Jython, JPython, is certified as 100% Pure Java. Jython is freely available for both commercial and noncommercial use and is distributed with source code. Jython is complementary to Java. The Definitive Guide to Jython, written by the official Jython team leads, covers Jython 2.5 (or 2.5.x)—from the basics to more advanced features. This book begins with a brief introduction to the language and then journeys through Jython’s different features and uses. The Definitive Guide to Jython is organized for beginners as well as advanced users of the language. The book provides a general overview of the Jython language itself, but it also includes intermediate and advanced topics regarding database, web, and graphical user interface (GUI) applications; Web services/SOA; and integration, concurrency, and parallelism, to name a few. What you’ll learn How to handle Jython basics like language syntax and concepts How to use the Jython scripting language for I/O, Java/Jython integration, and Jython in an IDE and databases How to integrate Jython with the Django web framework and even Spring How to develop web applications with Jython including web services/SOA, GUI considerations, and deployment targets How to conduct testing, continuous integration, concurrency, scaling, and more with Jython Who this book is for This book is for Java web developers looking to use a dynamic scripting language as an alternative to Groovy or JRuby. Other web developers who use Python and Django may also be interested in this book. Table of Contents Language and Syntax Data Types and Referencing Operators, Expressions, and Program Flow Defining Functions and Using Built-ins Input and Output Object-Oriented Jython Exception Handling and Debugging Modules and Packages for Code Reuse Scripting With Jython Jython and Java Integration Using Jython in an IDE Databases and Jython: Object Relational Mapping and Using JDBC Simple Web Applications Web Applications With Django Introduction to Pylons GUI Applications Deployment Targets Strategy and Technique Testing and Continuous Integration Concurrency Appendix A: Using Other Tools with Jython Appendix B: Jython Cookbook Appendix C: Built-in Functions