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Advanced Configuration of the Spring MVC Framework (7 tags)
Storing your Spring configuration files in source control makes perfect sense--until you and the rest of the development team start overwriting each other's settings, or production settings, in applicationContext.xml. In this article, Dejan Bosanac introduces an approach that allows for more flexible property settings and bean wirings.

Five Things I Love About Spring (3 tags)
For hardcore enterprise development, Bruce Tate turns to Spring, the topic of his latest collaboration, Spring: A Developer's Notebook. In this article, Bruce describes five reasons why he is hooked on Spring.

POJO Application Frameworks: Spring Vs. EJB 3.0 (2 tags)
Spring and EJB 3.0 are both reactions, in their own ways, to the complexity of EJB 2.1 and the complaints piled upon it. Both support developing with Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) and give the framework responsibility for handling transactions, security, persistence, etc. But the two use substantially different approaches. In this article, Michael Yuan puts the two frameworks up against one another to see how they stack up.

What Is Spring, Part 2 (2 tags)
In part one of this two-part excerpt from Spring: A Developer's Notebook, authors Bruce Tate and Justin Gehtland showed you how to automate a simple application and enable it for Spring. Today, the authors will cover how to use Spring to help you develop a simple, clean, web-based user interface.