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  • Series: Expert's Voice in Spring
  • Paperback: 664 pages
  • Publisher: Apress; 1 edition (March 23, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1430233451
  • ISBN-13: 978-1430233459
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.4 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,800,262 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Josh Long is the Spring developer advocate for SpringSource, an editor for InfoQ.com, and author/co-author of many works (including Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach, Second Edition, published by Apress). Josh has spoken at numerous industry conferences, including Geecon, TheServerSide Java Symposium, SpringOne, OSCON, JavaZone, Devoxx, JAX, and Java2Days. When he s not hacking on Spring Integration and other open-source code (see http://Git.SpringSource.org, http://GitHub.com/SpringSource, and http://GitHub.com/JoshLong), he can be found at the local Java user group, a coffee shop, or the airport. Josh likes solutions that push the boundaries of the technologies that enable them. His interests include scalability, big data, business process management, grid processing, rich Internet applications, mobile computing, and so-called "smart systems". He blogs at http://blog.springsource.org and JoshLong.com, and can be reached at josh@joshlong.com.

Dr. Mark Lui received his doctorate in physics from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and worked as a research scientist in the semiconductor industry for 11 years. He transitioned into the software industry, consulting in the areas of enterprise application integration, business process monitoring, and enterprise information integration, as well as general enterprise Java development. Mark is a senior software engineer at Shopzilla. He has experience using commercial-based solutions, such as webMethods and WebLogic, in addition to open-source projects such as the Spring Framework, Spring Integration, and ActiveMQ. Mark can be reached at his blog site, http://drmarklui.wordpress.com, or via Twitter @drmarklui.

Mario Gray is an engineer with more than a decade of experience in systems integration, systems administration, game programming, and highly available enterprise architectures. He is ever-vigilant of force-multiplying technologies to better enable businesses. He has developed countless systems, including CRMs, market data ticker plants, and highly available web applications, using leading open-source enterprise Java frameworks and tools. Mario has a record of successfully leveraging open source frameworks to better serve businesses. He lives in the city of Chandler, Arizona, with his wife, Fumiko, and his daughter, Makani. Outside of his career, he enjoys recreational sports, exercise, and family activities. He maintains a blog at SudoInit5.com, and can be reached at mario@sudioinit5.com.

Andy Chan was born in Hong Kong and was first introduced to computer programming using Applesoft BASIC on the Apple II computer when he was 5 years old. After he graduated from the University of California, Irvine, in information and computer science, he started his early career as a Windows NT software/driver developer using C/C++. He switched to the Java platform in the late 1990s, and has been using Java to develop complex business applications. With more than 15 years of professional experience developing large-scale enterprise software systems, he works at Shopzilla as a software architect. Andy s current interest is dealing with big data using Hadoop and HBase. He can be found in the Los Angeles Hadoop Users Group (LA-HUG) and the Santa Monica Java Users Group (SM-JUG). He can be also reached via Twitter @iceycake, or his blog site, at IceyCake.com.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Klael on July 5, 2011
Format: Paperback
Let's be honest: Most tech books aren't gripping reads. I think that's something we're all used to. Pro Spring Integration takes that issue to the next level, though, and that's very unfortunate. The information on Spring Integration the book provides, whether you've read the framework's excellent documentation or not, is top notch. They not only cover all the features of Spring Integration 2.0.1, they also touch on some additional frameworks you might use to enhance or augment its feature set. Their overview of the Spring Framework itself is one of the more useful, thoughtful ones I've seen in any of the books I've read, and their coverage of the new SpEL (Spring Expression Language) added in Spring 3.0 was most welcome. I've actually learned about several Spring and Spring Integration features that have substantially simplified a complex Spring-based application I work on at my day job, and that is a good testament to the value of this book.

That makes it all the more unfortunate that the writing and editing of the book make it so much less accessible than it could be. The writing is heavy, wordy--it feels like reading a Ph.D. thesis rather than a more informal tech book. Many concepts are discussed repeatedly, reiterated a dozen times. In all, I'd say this book is probably a solid hundred pages longer than it actually needs to be. An extra hundred pages filled, like the rest of the book, with misspelled words and grammatical errors. (Note: When I graduated high school, my mother didn't read my yearbook; she spellchecked it, cover to cover. Those sorts of errors are particularly distracting to me--your mileage may vary on how much of an issue they are.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John M on March 2, 2013
Format: Paperback
This book is really just a terrible coverage of the subject. For the most part it is just the documentation regurgitated in really poor English. Sadly they have to explain core Spring to you so it takes over 150 pages before it begins to delve into spring integration. I normally don't complain about poor English, but this book is so bad it actually makes parts hard to follow. The text and examples are all just garbled together for pages.

For example the section Queue Channel starts on page 181 and ends on page 192. No sub sections, no logical cohesive way to present the information, but just one long dump of sample code mixed with text. And mixed in this section is the definition of the Message interface.

The formatting also stinks. The formatting of the code examples is so close to the text there is no easy to way to discern the end of the example and the beginning of the text.

Do yourself a favor. Read the documentation and download the samples that Spring provides and stay far away from this terrible book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By vrto on November 10, 2012
Format: Paperback
System integration is common problem in today's enterprises. It's great that we have now out of the box solution from Spring guys and it's even better that Spring Integration is being actively developed, improved and has competitive documentation and publications. Let me tell you that this book was an excellent choice. It reminds me "Spring Recipes", which is a great book for the core Spring platform. These two books have in common, that they cover an extensive list of technologies in reasonable size with reasonable problem-solution oriented approach.

Pro Spring Integration will guide you through the world of enterprise application integration and demonstrate common integration uses cases using Spring Integration. You will learn about core EAI patterns (messaging, various channels, various endpoints and adapters, transformers, enrichers, mappers and much more) and how to use this with common technologies like JMX, databases, JMS, web services, flex, email, spring batch and so on. Book demonstrates this in complete, readable examples with good formatting. Nice plus is usage of Java configuration on many places (instead of XML config).

It is not a book that you have to read cover-to-cover, but is a book that will help you start using Spring Integration quickly and effectively and you will refer back to it when needed.
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