May 11, 2010

Spring Python 1.1.0 released

Filed under: book,releases — gregturn @ 9:35 am

The final release of Spring Python 1.1.0 is out. Spring Python takes the concepts of Spring and applies them to the Python. This includes functionality like dependency injection, aspect oriented programming, data access, transaction management, security, remoting, and even python-to-java-to-python communication through JMS.

Spring Python has been growing since 2006 and was the first Spring Extension to go live. The project thrives with community involvement. The biggest thanks go to our fellow committers: Dariusz Suchojad and Sven Wilhelm. You can also follow postings at http://twitter.com/springpython.

There is also a Spring Python 1.1 book to help both Java and Python coders alike come to grips with the functionality offered by Spring Python. It covers all the major functional pieces of Spring Python (except the JMS part which is very new) and includes two case studies with lots of code and high level diagrams.

The following is a list of issues worked during this major release:

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April 23, 2010

There is no better time write than now

Filed under: Uncategorized — gregturn @ 3:12 pm

I just handed our keys and garage door opener to the title company. Doing this while writing a book highlights how easy it is in this day and Internet age to really work from a laptop. As stressful as these last couple of days have been, I’m glad I decided to write. If you want to write, I encourage you to do the same!

Posted via web from Spring Python Book

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April 7, 2010

Spring Python 1.1.0.RC1 released

Filed under: releases — gregturn @ 11:17 am

See http://www.springsource.org/node/2490 for the official notice.

Spring Python takes the concepts of the Spring Framework and applies them to Python. This includes features like dependency injection, aop, remoting, data access, transactions, and security, all with a non-invasiveness style.

This is the first release candidate for version 1.1. We are quickly approaching final release. You can read more detail with the online documentation (see official notice for more links, as well as the sidebars of this blog). You can also pre-order your copy of the Spring Python 1.1 from Packt Publishing, due for release in June 2010.

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  • [SESPRINGPYTHONPY-136] – Stop using Amazon’s S3 browse site, and replace it with SpringSource’s
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April 2, 2010

Spring Python 1.1.0.M2 is released

Filed under: releases — gregturn @ 9:51 am

See http://www.springsource.org/node/2489 for the official notice.

Spring Python takes the concepts of the Spring Framework and applies them to Python. This includes features like dependency injection, aop, remoting, data access, transactions, and security, all with a non-invasiveness style.

This is the last planned milestone for version 1.1. We are quickly approaching final release. You can read more detail with the online documentation (see official notice for more links, as well as the sidebars of this blog). You can also pre-order your copy of the Spring Python 1.1 from Packt Publishing, due for release in June 2010.

Release Notes

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Improvement

New Feature

Refactoring

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February 3, 2010

Pre-order your copy of Spring Python 1.1 book today!

Filed under: book — gregturn @ 4:04 pm

Spring Python 1.1

Pre-order your copy of the Spring Python book!

“Create powerful and versatile Spring Python applications using pragmatic libraries and useful abstractions

  • Maximize the use of Spring features in Python and develop impressive Spring Python applications
  • Explore the versatility of Spring Python by integrating it with frameworks, libraries, and tools
  • Discover the non-intrusive Spring way of wiring together Python components
  • Packed with hands-on-examples, case studies, and clear explanations for better understanding”
  • Visit the Packt Publishing site for more details.

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