Packt is pleased to announce a new book, Spring Persistence with Hibernate that helps explore the features of Hibernate and helps developers integrate it with Spring to design their applications effectively. Written by Ahmad Seddighi, this book helps developers build and run persistence solutions for their enterprise Java applications using Spring and Hibernate frameworks.
Spring is the only framework available in Java which offers support to popular data access frameworks like Hibernate. By integrating Spring and Hibernate, developers will be able to produce scalable, reliable, and effective code, and by using Persistence, developers will be able to enhance their applications using the advanced and optional features of Hibernate.
Spring Persistence with Hibernate will introduce developers to Spring and Hibernate frameworks and thereby giving them a clear idea of the concepts behind persistence with Hibernate. Developers will learn to add Hibernate to a project and understand its configuration manager, mappings, types and session APIs before putting it to use. They will also learn to work with Spring's Inversion of Control, Aspect Oriented Programming, transaction management, web development, and unit testing considerations.
With the help of this book, developers will not only learn to use essential Hibernate features like Transparent persistence, Object-Relational mappings, Object-oriented query language using Spring Persistence with Hibernate but also successfully testing them. In addition to this, developers would also be in a position to solve problems related to Persistence, as well as use Hibernate to eliminate competition.
Spring developers wanting to write applications using the Hibernate persistence framework will find this book a useful and enjoyable read. This book is out now and is available from Packt. For more information, please visit http://www.packtpub.com/spring-persistence-with-hibernate/book
Spring Persistence with Hibernate
| Build robust and reliable persistence solutions for your enterprise Java application
For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/spring-persistence-with-hibernate/book