Spring and Grails Developers Sessions at Cloud Foundry Open Tour
The Spring community is invited to attend special Spring and Grails focused sessions being held during the upcoming Cloud Foundry Open Tour. There are lots of opportunities all over the world to connect with SpringSource developers about the latest technologies. Save the date in the city nearest you!
Eclipse's Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) project is an open-source project based on the popular Eclipse IDE. A new BIRT tutorial for Spring developers gives details on:
Integrating the BIRT engines in Spring MVC
Accessing Spring beans from the BIRT Viewer
Using Spring Remoting to access Spring Beans from a BIRT report
Spring.NET Social 1.0.0 is Now Available
Spring.NET Social 1.0.0 Has Been Released! Hot on the heels of the Spring Social 1.0 (for Java) release late last year, Spring.NET Social 1.0.0 has been released with the foundation API as well as API implementations for Dropbox, LinkedIn and Twitter. And supports the following runtime environments:
.NET Client Profile 3.5 and 4.0
Silverlight 4.0 and 5.0
Windows Phone 7.0 and 7.1
More SpringOne 2GX Talks Now Online
More great technical content delivered at SpringOne 2GX through InfoQ's coverage—thank you InfoQ!
Additional sessions will be added every other week on springsource.org through April 2012, so check back regularly.
Webinars and Videos
Creating Spring Insight Plugins
Spring Insight is a developer tool that provides visibility into your application's runtime performance and behavior by tracing how low level SQL queries, transaction times and application pages are performing. Optimized out of the box for standard Spring-developed applications, Insight also provides a pluggable architecture for enhancing trace capabilities to provide further visibility into your application performance. In this session you will understand capabilities of Spring Insight's plugin framework and best practices in development of plug-ins. February 16 - 1:00pm EST / 10:00am PST - Register Now
Native Android Development with Spring Android
This session will provide an introductory overview of Android's architecture, the layout of an Android project, the use of various Maven plugins and tools for enabling dependency management in your Android project. When building Android apps, you can use a third party library, like Spring Android, that provides an abstraction for consuming RESTful services within your native Android app. Spring Android also supports the use of Spring Social on Android, and we will discuss how Spring Social can help you connect your apps to OAuth protected services like Facebook and Twitter. March 8 - 1:00pm EST / 10:00am PST - Register Now