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If you're not, you're missing out! Take heart, though, you still have
this roundup to look forward to and many of the sessions will be recorded by InfoQ.
So, with that, let's get to it! Look forward to seeing you next week!
- Michael Hunger announced that
Spring Data Neo4J 2.0.0.M1 Has Been Releeased!
The new release has several new features, and has been divided into smaller submodules.
Neo4jTemplate for easy, copying object-graph-mapping, and Spring Data Repositories using persistence entity meta information
spring-data-neo4j-aspects: transparent object-graph-mapping using AspectJ
spring-data-neo4j-cross-store: AspectJ based cross-store-persistence between JPA and Neo4j
spring-data-neo4j-rest: transparent access of a remote Neo4j REST-Server
- Costin Leau
has announced that
Spring Data Redis 1.0.0.RC1 has been released.
The new release upgrades to Spring 3.1 RC1, improves JDK 5 compatibility, and
improves Spring 3.1 cache abstraction on top of Redis
Thomas Risberg has announced that Spring Data MongoDB 1.0.0.M5 Has Been Released. Spring Data MongoDB provides a convenient
integration with Spring and the MongoDB,
including support for polyglot persistence, a
MongoTemplate, and much more.
Filip Hanik has started a series of blogs on getting started with Apache Tomcat.
- Gordon Dickens chimes in with another epic post, this one on unit testing with Spring and Mockito and PowerMock. Nice job, Gordon!
Using jQuery? Using Spring MVC (Naturally!)? Want to build on a jQuery UI that does auto complete? Check out
Michal Huniewicz's post introducing the topic!
Ashish Sarin (author of the Spring Roo Cookbook) has put up his presentation given at the Hyderabad Silicon India conference. The presentation focuses on Spring Roo and is a good introduction for the unitiated.
Continuing the common thread of unit testing with Spring this week, Alex Soto chimes in
with a post on Mockito and the StaticApplicationContext to improve mocking
John Dobie talks about testing RESTful web services with Maven.
- Ken Rimple is at it again, this time with a quick post on how to get the latest bits of Spring Roo to support addon development.