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Spring MVC: Beginner's Guide - Second Edition

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Spring MVC: Beginner's Guide - Second Edition

Spring MVC: Beginner's Guide - Second Edition by Amuthan Ganeshan
English | 29 July 2016 | ASIN: B01I9PAB2O | 350 Pages | AZW3 | 5.42 MB

Key Features

Work through carefully crafted exercises with detailed explanations for each step will help you understand the concepts with ease
You will gain a clear understanding of the end-to-end request/response life cycle, and each logical component's responsibility
This book is packed with tips and tricks that demonstrate industry best practices on developing a Spring-MVC-based application

Book Description

Spring MVC helps you build flexible and loosely coupled web applications. The Spring MVC Framework is architected and designed in such a way that every piece of logic and functionality is highly configurable. Also, Spring can integrate effortlessly with other popular web frameworks such as Struts, WebWork, Java Server Faces, and Tapestry.

The book progressively teaches you to configure the Spring development environment, architecture, controllers, libraries, and more before moving on to developing a full web application. It begins with an introduction to the Spring development environment and architecture so you're familiar with the know-hows. From here, we move on to controllers, views, validations, Spring Tag libraries, and more. Finally, we integrate it all together to develop a web application. You'll also get to grips with testing applications for reliability.

What you will learn

Familiarize yourself with the anatomy of the Spring 4.X development environment
Understand web application architecture and the Spring MVC request flow
Integrate bean validation and custom validation
Use error handling and exception resolving
Get to grips with REST-based web service development and Ajax
Test your web application

About the Author

Amuthan Ganeshan is a software engineer with more than nine years of experience specializing in building distributed applications. He currently works as a senior software engineer at Uptake. He is a big data enthusiast and loves sharing knowledge about software development and practices through his blog at www.codeculture.guru. He can be contacted at amuthan@codeculture.guru.

Table of Contents

Configuring a Spring Development Environment
Spring MVC Architecture – Architecting Your Web Store
Control Your Store with Controllers
Working with Spring Tag Libraries
Working with View Resolver
Internalize Your Store with Interceptor
Incorporating Spring Security
Validate Your Products with a Validator
Give REST to Your Application with Ajax
Float Your Application with Web Flow
Template with Tiles
Testing Your Application
Using the Gradle Build Tool
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