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The Best of the Week (Sept 26): Enterprise Integration

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The Best of the Week (Sept 26): Enterprise Integration

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (Sept 26 to Oct 2). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Getting Started with RabbitMQ and Spring Framework

I recently came across a tutorial for getting started with RabbitMQ using Spring Framework. The tutorial assumes you already have a Spring-based project up and running, and probably many readers will, so it's still pretty useful to see how it'll work.

2. Embedded Jetty and Apache CXF: Secure REST Services With Spring Security

Recently I ran into very interesting problem which I thought would take me just a couple of minutes to solve: protecting Apache CXF/ JAX-RS REST services with Spring Security in an application running inside embedded Jetty container.

3. Developing Services with Apache Camel - Part II: Creating and Testing Routes

This article is the second in a series on Apache Camel and how I used it to replace IBM Message Broker for a client.

4. Spring WebApplicationInitializer and ApplicationContextInitializer confusion

These are two concepts that I mix up occasionally - a WebApplicationInitializer and an ApplicationContextInitializer, and wanted to describe each of them to clarify them for myself.

5. Gradle Goodness: Running Groovy Scripts as Application

In a previous post we learned how to run a Java application in a Gradle project. The Java source file with a main method is part of the project and we use the JavaExec task to run the Java code. We can use the same JavaExec task to run a Groovy script file.

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