Spring MVC Beginner's Guide

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  • Familiarize yourself with the anatomy of the Spring development environment
  • Learn about the web application architecture and Spring MVC request flow
  • Integrate bean validation and custom validation
  • Use error handling and exception resolving
  • Discover REST-based web service development and Ajax
  • Test your web application
  • Learn how to use Tiles and Web Flow frameworks in your MVC application

The MVC architecture for developing web applications continues to be a powerful concept and the most popular design pattern known by developers. Spring MVC is a model-view-controller framework for Java web applications to simplify the writing and testing of Java web applications, which fully integrates with the Spring dependency injection framework. With the power of annotation-based configuration, Spring MVC makes web application development easy for developers.

This book is a great companion for beginners who want to learn Spring MVC. With the help of real-world examples, you will learn how to create a completely functional web application. You will also get a complete overview of the Spring web development environment and all its key components.

  • Carefully crafted exercises, with detailed explanations for each step, to 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
  • Packed with tips and tricks that will demonstrate the industry best practices on developing a Spring-MVC-based application
Page Count 304
Course Length 9 hours 7 minutes
ISBN 9781783284870
Date Of Publication 24 Jun 2014


Amuthan Ganeshan

Amuthan Ganeshan is an experienced software professional with more than ten years of experience specializing in building distributed big data applications. He currently works as a senior software engineer at an industrial artificial intelligence software company. He is a big data enthusiast and loves sharing knowledge about software development and practices through his blog at Code Culture. He has hands on experience in developing and deploying distributed systems and has successfully delivered many steaming analytics solutions. He is also a frequent speaker in many big data conferences and authored books on enterprise Java application development.