Titel: Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow
Autor/en: Colin Yates, Seth Ladd, Steven Devijver, Darren Davison
'The Expert's Voice in Java'.
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SPRINGER A PR TRADE
19. Oktober 2007 - kartoniert - 403 Seiten
Expert Spring MVC and Web Flows shows the reader how to use the Spring Web application development framework found in the extremely popular, open source Spring Framework. Picking up where the best selling Pro Spring left off, Expert Spring MVC and Web Flows covers Spring s Model-View-Controller (MVC) code packages, HTTP, best practices for Web application development, and integration with popular third-party utilities. This book also features the new Spring Web Flow system, a cutting edge workflow system being introduced in Spring 1.3. The Web Flow system provides the perfect compliment to the existing MVC system, rounding out Spring s robust and powerful Web development framework.
The Spring MVC book will also pay special attention to existing Apache Struts-based Web applications. It shows the different options to integrate Struts code to take advantage of the power of the Spring Framework. The authors will also provide a porting guide, detailing how to port a Struts application into Spring MVC. This book will bridge the gap from the most popular web framework to the most popular application framework.
The authors develop a sample application throughout the book, building on the application as a tool to introduce new material. They also plan on developing a small NetFlix/GameFly service for the example source code, believing that using a consistent application will provide context for all new features introduced and motivate their use in real-world practice.
Introduction Spring Fundamentals Spring MVC Application Architecture Jump into Spring MVC The Processing Pipeline The Controller Menagerie The View Layer Supported View Types Validation Testing Spring MVC Applications Introduction to Spring Web Flow Advanced Spring Web Flow
Seth Ladd has worked for NEC, Rochester Institute of Technology, Brivo Systems, and National Information Consortium. He has architected and developed enterprise applications in Java and C for the server and remotely connected embedded devices. He currently is Director of Technology for eHawaii.gov, is a strong proponent of object oriented systems, and a true enthusiast for the Spring Framework. Seth has presented at local JUGs and at corporate developer conferences. He is a professional Spring Framework trainer and mentor, as well as a published author.
Keith Donald is a software consultant specializing in delivering customer-driven, enterprise-class java applications. Keith has been involved with the Spring Framework as a user and core contributor since July 2003. He is the founder of the Spring Rich Client Project (spring-rich), an emerging module built on core Spring that substantially reduces the time and effort required to build a well-architected, enterprise-ready java desktop application. He is also the co-lead of the Spring Web Flow module, a core Spring web offering that lets developers model business processes that span many screens in a logical manner. Keith enjoys speaking and teaching on software-related topics, both technical and business related, and has a career-oriented weblog where he frequently posts articles.