Ramnivas Laddad is a well-known expert in enterprise Java, especially in the area of AOP. He is the author of Manning’s AspectJ in Action, the best-selling book. Where those designations appear in the book, and Manning. Publications .. AspectJ in Action is aimed at intermediate to advanced Java developers. Read-. AspectJ in Action: Practical Aspect-Oriented Programming Aspect-Oriented Programming. Manning Publications Co. Greenwich, CT, USA © ISBN.
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Detecting Swing concurrency control policy violations Implementing concurrency control Enforcing the factory pattern Using logging in a multithreaded environment. Introducing compile-time errors and warning.
AspectJ in Action: Enterprise AOP with Spring Applications – Ramnivas Laddad – Google Books
Prasanna Foreword by Bob Lee. Object initialization join points 3. AOP-based policy enforcement overview Named and anonymous pointcuts 3. AspectJ in Action 1 review. Modifying structure with static crosscutting 5.
The participant pattern template A summary of the wormhole pattern Collecting objects at the join point 4. Transaction management implementations An overview of business rule implementation. Ordering advice in a single aspect 6.
AspectJ in Action
Writing your first AspectJ program 2. The wormhole pattern Implementing business rules with a rule engine Modularizing MDC with conventional logging Comparing syntax styles 7. The reflection API 4. Fine-tuning the solution Improving the solution Implementing the connection pool.
Implementing “no nonfinal static field access”. Load-time weaving overview 8.
AspectJ in Action: Practical Aspect-oriented Programming – Ramnivas Laddad – Google Books
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Additional ideas in implementing security Mapping static crosscutting 9.
Employing AspectJ in development phases Table of Contents takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents. Modularizing with AOP 1. Consequences of the participant pattern The after advice 7.
AspectJ in the implementation phase. Applying general policies After introducing the ih principles of AOP, it shows you how to create reusable solutions using Mannign 6 and Spring 3. The second and third parts present examples of everyday situations in which you can use simple and easy AspectJ solutions to implement common system requirements such as logging, policy enforcement, resource pooling, business rules, thread-safety, authentication and authorization, as well as transaction management.
Part 1 Understanding AOP and AspectJ
Walking the walk He is a committer on the Spring Framework project. One of the central premises of object-oriented programming is that each concern should be implemented as a separate module.
The AOP language aspeectj.
Understanding the thread pool interface. A summary of the participant pattern. Improving domain logic Weaving into jar files. Configuring the aspect XML-driven aspedtj management