If you're looking for a short, sweet, and simple introduction (or reintroduction) to Hibernate this is the book you want. Through clear real-world examples, you'll learn Hibernate and object-relational mapping from the ground up, starting with the basics. Then you'll dive into the framework's moving parts to understand how they work in action.
Storing Java objects in relational databases is usually a challenging and complex task for any Java developer, experienced or not. This book, like others in the Just series, delivers a concise, example-driven tutorial for Java beginners. You'll gain enough knowledge and confidence to start working on real-world projects with Hibernate.
||Hibernate Search by Example|
Users expect software to be highly intelligent when searching data. Searches should span across multiple data points at once, and be able to spot patterns and groupings in the results found. Searches should be able to fix user typos, and use terms related to the user's search words. Searching is at its best when it pleasantly surprises us, seeming to understand the real gist of what we're looking for better than we understood it ourselves! Where can we find such a search system and how can we use it efficiently?
Hibernate Search by Example is a practical, step-by-step tutorial, which guides you from the basics of Hibernate Search to its advanced features.
||Pro Hibernate and MongoDB|
Hibernate and MongoDB are a powerful combination of open source persistence and NoSQL technologies for today's Java-based enterprise and cloud application developers. Hibernate is the leading open source Java-based persistence, object relational management engine, recently repositioned as an object grid management engine. MongoDB is a growing, popular open source NoSQL framework, especially popular among cloud application and big data developers. With these two, enterprise and cloud developers have a "complete out of the box" solution.
Pro Hibernate and MongoDB shows you how to use and integrate Hibernate and MongoDB. More specifically, this book guides you through the bootstrap; building transactions; handling queries and query entities; and mappings. Then, this book explores the principles and techniques for taking these application principles to the cloud, using the OpenShift Platform as a Service (PaaS) and more.
||Just Spring Data Access|
JDBC has simplified database access in Java applications, but a few nagging wrinkles remain - namely, persisting Java objects to relational databases. With this book, you'll learn how the Spring Framework makes that job incredibly easy with dependency injection, template classes, and object-relational-mapping (ORM).
Through sample code, you'll discover how Spring streamlines the use of JDBC and ORM tools such as Hibernate the Java Persistence API (JPA), and Java Data Objects (JDO). If you're a Java developer familiar with Spring and want to advance your data access skills, this book shows you how.
||Working with NHibernate 3.0|
This book provides examples using the IQuery, ICriteria, QueryOver, and LINQ to NHibernate API's within the context of an example Guitar Store inventory program. The reader is walked through the creation of a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database, the creation of a Visual Studio 2010 solution consisting of 3 projects (a Window Presentation Foundation (WPF), a Console Application, and a Class Library). Each one utilizes the .NET 4.0 framework. Then the reader is walked through the steps required to configure and use the many features available contained within NHibernate 3.2. Further instructions and examples exist for the insertion of parent / child relationships, Session management, entity states (transient, persistent and detached), deletion, caching, and batching.
NHibernate is an open source object-relational mapper, or simply put, a way to retrieve data from your database into standard .NET objects. Quite often we spend hours designing the database, only to go back and re-design a mechanism to access that data and then optimize that mechanism. This book will save you time on your project, providing all the information along with concrete examples about the use and optimization of NHibernate.
This book is an approachable, detailed introduction to the NHibernate object-relational mapper and how to integrate it with your .NET projects. If you're tired of writing stored procedures or maintaining inline SQL, this is the book for you.
||NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook|
NHibernate is an innovative, flexible, scalable, and feature-complete open source project for data access. Although it sounds like an easy task to build and maintain database applications, it can be challenging to get beyond the basics and develop applications that meet your needs perfectly.
The NHibernate Cookbook explains each feature of NHibernate 3.0 in detail through example recipes that you can quickly apply to your applications. Set yourself free from stored procedures and inline SQL. Quite simply, if you build .NET applications that use databases, this book is for you.
||Spring Persistence with Hibernate|
Persistence is an important set of techniques and technologies for accessing and transacting data, and ensuring that data is mobile regardless of specific applications and contexts. In Java development, persistence is a key factor in enterprise, e-commerce, and other transaction-oriented applications.
Today, the Spring framework is the leading out-of-the-box solution for enterprise Java developers; in it, you can find a number of Java Persistence solutions.
||Beginning Hibernate, 2nd Edition|
Beginning Hibernate Second Edition is ideal if you're experienced in Java with databases (the traditional, or connected, approach), but new to open-source, lightweight Hibernate - the de facto object-relational mapping and database-oriented application development framework.
This book packs in information about the release of the Hibernate 3.5 persistence layer and provides a clear introduction to the current standard for object-relational persistence in Java. And since the book keeps its focus on Hibernate without wasting time on nonessential third-party tools, you'll be able to immediately start building transaction-based engines and applications.
||ASP.NET MVC in Action|
ASP.NET MVC implements the Model-View-Controller pattern on the ASP.NET runtime. It works well with open source projects like NHibernate Castle, StructureMap, AutoMapper, and MvcContrib.
ASP.NET MVC in Action is a guide to pragmatic MVC-based web development. After a thorough overview, it dives into issues of architecture and maintainability. The book assumes basic knowledge of ASP.NET (v. 3.5) and expands your expertise.
The book's many examples are in C#.
Beginning POJOs introduces you to open source lightweight web development using Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) and the tools and frameworks that enable this. Tier by tier, this book guides you through the construction of complex but lightweight enterprise Java-based web applications. Such applications are centered around several major open source lightweight frameworks, including Spring, Hibernate Tapestry, and JBoss.
Additional support comes from the most successful and prevalent open-source tools: Eclipse and Ant, and the increasingly popular TestNG. This book is ideal if you're new to open source and lightweight Java.