Spring Framework 4.0 is the latest generation of the popular open source framework for Enterprise Java developers, focusing on the future with support for Java SE 8 and Java EE 7. In this presentation core Spring committer Sam Brannen will provide attendees an overview of the new enterprise features in the framework as well as new programming models made possible with the adoption of JDK 8 language features and APIs.
Specifically, this talk will cover support for lambda expressions and method references against Spring callback interfaces, JSR-310 Date-Time value types for Spring data binding and formatting, Spring's new @Conditional mechanism for activation of bean definitions, and a new WebSocket endpoint model. The presentation also provides an overview of Spring 4.0's updated support for enterprise APIs such as JMS 2.0, JPA 2.1, Bean Validation 1.1, Servlet 3.1, and JCache. Last but not least, Sam will highlight some of the major themes for the upcoming Spring Framework 4.1 release such as support for JCache 1.0 annotations, annotation-driven JMS listeners, and testing improvements.
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