Spring in Action, 6th Edition

Spring in Action, 6th Edition


If you need to learn Spring, look no further than this widely beloved and comprehensive guide! Fully revised for Spring 5.3, and packed with interesting real-world examples to get your hands dirty with Spring.

In Spring in Action, 6th Edition you will learn:

  • Building reactive applications
  • Relational and NoSQL databases
  • Integrating via HTTP and REST-based services, and sand reactive RSocket services
  • Reactive programming techniques
  • Deploying applications to traditional servers and containers
  • Securing applications with Spring Security

Over the years, Spring in Action has helped tens of thousands of developers get a major productivity boost from Spring. This new edition of the classic bestseller covers all of the new features of Spring 5.3 and Spring Boot 2.4 along with examples of reactive programming, Spring Security for REST Services, and bringing reactivity to your databases. You’ll also find the latest Spring best practices, including Spring Boot for application setup and configuration.

about the technology

Spring is required knowledge for Java developers! Why? Th is powerful framework eliminates a lot of the tedious configuration and repetitive coding tasks, making it easy to build enterprise-ready, production-quality software. The latest updates bring huge productivity boosts to microservices, reactive development, and other modern application designs. It’s no wonder over half of all Java developers use Spring.

about the book

Spring in Action, Sixth Edition is a comprehensive guide to Spring’s core features, all explained in Craig Walls’ famously clear style. You’ll put Spring into action as you build a complete database-backed web app step-by-step. This new edition covers both Spring fundamentals and new features such as reactive flows, Kubernetes integration, and RSocket. Whether you’re new to Spring or leveling up to Spring 5.3, make this classic bestseller your bible!

what’s inside

  • Relational and NoSQL databases
  • Integrating via RSocket and REST-based services
  • Reactive programming techniques
  • Deploying applications to traditional servers and containers

about the reader

For beginning to intermediate Java developers.

about the author

Craig Walls is an engineer at VMware, a member of the Spring engineering team, a popular author, and a frequent conference speaker.
We interviewed Craig as a part of our Six Questions series. Check it out here.


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