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Spring Integration in Action by Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici, Iwein Fuld

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Chapter 1. Introduction to Spring Integration

 

This chapter covers
  • Spring Integration architecture
  • Support for enterprise integration patterns
  • Inversion of Control

 

We live in an event-driven world. Throughout each day, we’re continuously bombarded by phone calls, emails, and instant messages. As if we’re not distracted enough by all of this, we also subscribe to RSS feeds and sign up for Twitter accounts and other social media sites that add to the overall event noise. In fact, technological progress seems to drive a steady increase in the number and types of events we’re expected to handle. In today’s world of hyperconnectivity, it’s a wonder we can ever focus and get any real work done. What saves us from such event-driven paralysis ...

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