No application is an island and this is more obvious today than ever as applications extend their reach into people's pockets, desktops, tablets, TVs, Blu-ray players and cars. What's a modern developer to do to support these many platforms?
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Building Applications that work with Multiple Clients (with Spring)
Josh Long loves software. He is the Spring developer advocate at Pivotal, a contributor to many of the Spring projects (including Spring Boot), a contributor to other open-source projects like Vaadin and Activiti, and author of 5 books (with Apress and O'Reilly), and 2 best-selling videos (Pearson Livelessons) on Spring.