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Apress Berkely, CA, USA © Spring REST is a practical guide for designing and developing RESTful APIs using the This book walks you through the process of designing and building a REST application Available for download, 0. Listings 9 - 19 When you run it, it will download Gradle for you existing security context to be used by the rest of the framework. Pro Spring 3 by Clarence Ho and Rob Harrop (Apress, ) or Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution. Apress, p. ISBN , ISBN Spring REST is a practical guide for designing and developing RESTful APIs using.
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Unlike many technical books in the marketplace, this guide truly walks the reader step-by-step through the development process from square one, in this case to build a small application that demonstrates all of the core features modern REST services should provide. In my case, working through this text followed a reading of "RESTful Java Patterns and Best Practices", by Bhakti Mehta, which provides a bigger picture view than is typically offered by other resources concentrating on specific technologies, and is among the very few available newer texts on the subject in the marketplace.
After an initial introduction to REST from a conceptual perspective, the authors offer a primer on Spring Web MVC for those who are not familiar with this particular Spring component, followed by an introduction to REST services by using Spring Boot to build a first application, and the design and development of a more complex application that will be worked on in an iterative fashion throughout the rest of the book, complete with error handling, documentation, versioning, paging, sorting, security, and testing.
The appendix might be considered convenient for some readers, but the material offered is essentially the same as on the cURL website.
For the most part, the first five chapters the first 90 of approximately pages are error-free, with a couple dozen rather small coding issues that are typically mismatches between code and accompanying explanations. While I am surprised at myself for saying so, I actually did not end up minding these issues because it forced me to work them out.
MVC paves the way for cleaner front end code. All interfaces are tightly coupled to the Servlet API. This tight coupling to the Servlet API is seen by some as a failure on the part of the Spring developers to offer a high-level abstraction for Web-based applications[ citation needed ].
However, this coupling makes sure that the features of the Servlet API remain available to developers while offering a high abstraction framework to ease working with said API. The DispatcherServlet class is the front controller  of the framework and is responsible for delegating control to the various interfaces during the execution phases of an HTTP request.
The most important interfaces defined by Spring MVC, and their responsibilities, are listed below: Controller: comes between Model and View to manage incoming requests and redirect to proper response. Controller will map the http request to corresponding methods It acts as a gate that directs the incoming information.
It switches between going into model or view. HandlerAdapter: execution of objects that handle incoming requests HandlerInterceptor: interception of incoming requests comparable, but not equal to Servlet filters use is optional and not controlled by DispatcherServlet.
HandlerMapping: selecting objects that handle incoming requests handlers based on any attribute or condition internal or external to those requests LocaleResolver: resolving and optionally saving of the locale of an individual user MultipartResolver: facilitate working with file uploads by wrapping incoming requests View: responsible for returning a response to the client.
Some requests may go straight to view without going to the model part; others may go through all three. ViewResolver: selecting a View based on a logical name for the view use is not strictly required Each strategy interface above has an important responsibility in the overall framework. The abstractions offered by these interfaces are powerful, so to allow for a set of variations in their implementations, Spring MVC ships with implementations of all these interfaces and together offers a feature set on top of the Servlet API.
However, developers and vendors are free to write other implementations.
Spring MVC uses the Java java. Map interface as a data-oriented abstraction for the Model where keys are expected to be string values. The ease of testing the implementations of these interfaces seems one important advantage of the high level of abstraction offered by Spring MVC.
DispatcherServlet is tightly coupled to the Spring inversion of control container for configuring the web layers of applications. However, web applications can use other parts of the Spring Framework—including the container—and choose not to use Spring MVC.
Remote access framework[ edit ] Spring's Remote Access framework is an abstraction for working with various RPC remote procedure call -based technologies available on the Java platform both for client connectivity and marshalling objects on servers. The most important feature offered by this framework is to ease configuration and usage of these technologies as much as possible by combining inversion of control and AOP.
The framework also provides fault-recovery automatic reconnection after connection failure and some optimizations for client-side use of EJB remote stateless session beans. Also, the application is complex enough, so that, it encompasses Spring Data as the Persistence Layer, using JPA Annotations, making it a complete front-to-back end data flow. It also implements Spring Security for authentication.
A very good effort , Balaji and Sudha! Could you get together and create another book on Spring Data , maybe!
Fitzpatrick Seems well intended but very odd Spring MVC Primer chapter -- if you can work through that, then its an easy intro. The big issue with Spring MVC is that it is a general purpose framework and not necessarily targeted for REST unlike Jersey but the Primer chapter goes into the general purpose usage -- so its needlessly confusing note the title of the book.
Also, says you need a thorough understanding of Dependency Injection and Aspect Oriented Programming -- which in my years of coding I rarely need -- however a working knowledge of it is generally required by all Java developers and for the purposes of this book, all that is needed. Three stars because I can see a junior Java developer getting stuck on what should be a simple intro for a pretty simple treatment on a very powerful framework. Posting Komentar.
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