The Spring.NET Framework Reference Manual

Developing software applications is hard enough even with good tools and technologies. Spring provides a light-weight solution for building enterprise-ready applications. Spring provides a consistent and transparent means to configure your application and integrate AOP into your software. Highlights of Spring’s functionality are providing declarative transaction management for your middle tier as well as a full-featured ASP.NET framework.


Spring could potentially be a one-stop-shop for many areas of enterprise application development; however, Spring is modular, allowing you to use just those parts of it that you need, without having to bring in the rest. You can use just the IoC container to configure your application and use traditional ADO.NET based data access code, but you could also choose to use just the Hibernate integration code or the ADO.NET abstraction layer. Spring has been (and continues to be) designed to be non-intrusive, meaning dependencies on the framework itself are generally none (or absolutely minimal, depending on the area of use). This document provides a reference guide to Spring’s features.

Table of Contents

  • Core Technologies
  • Middle Tier Data Access
  • The Web
  • Services
  • Integration
  • VS.NET Integration
  • Quickstart applications
  • Spring.NET for Java developers

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Number of pages: 516
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