Spring MVC Blueprints

Design and implement real-world web-based applications using the Spring Framework 4.x specification based on technical documentation

Spring MVC Blueprints

Blueprints
Sherwin John Calleja Tragura

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Design and implement real-world web-based applications using the Spring Framework 4.x specification based on technical documentation
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Book Details

ISBN 139781785888274
Paperback490 pages

Book Description

Spring MVC is the ideal tool to build modern web applications on the server side. With the arrival of Spring Boot, developers can really focus on the code and deliver great value, leveraging the rich Spring ecosystem with minimal configuration.

Spring makes it simple to create RESTful applications, interact with social services, communicate with modern databases, secure your system, and make your code modular and easy to test. It is also easy to deploy the result on different cloud providers.

This book starts all the necessary topics in starting a Spring MVC-based application. Moving ahead it explains how to design model objects to handle file objects. save files into a data store and how Spring MVC behaves when an application deals with uploading and downloading files. Further it highlights form transactions and the user of Validation Framework as the tool in validating data input. It shows how to create a customer feedback system which does not require a username or password to log in. It will show you the soft side of Spring MVC where layout and presentation are given importance. Later it will discuss how to use Spring Web Flow on top of Spring MVC to create better web applications. Moving ahead, it will teach you how create an Invoice Module that receives and transport data using Web Services

By the end of the book you will be able to create efficient and flexible real-time web applications using all the frameworks in Spring MVC.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Creating a Personal Web Portal (PWP)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
Setting-up the development environment
The pom.xml file
Project deployment
Project libraries and dependencies
Overview of the Spring MVC specification
The project development
Creating the Spring container
Configuring the Spring container
The Personal Web Portal (PWP) project
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 2: Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirement
The project development
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 3: Student Management Portal (SMP)
An overview of the project
Technical requirements
Software design overview
Configuring the DispatcherServlet
Creating the Spring containers
The Data Access Object (DAO) layer
The service layer
The data domain layer
The controllers
The validators and type conversion
The interceptors
The Aspect, Advice and PointCut
The views
The Student Management Portal (SMP)
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 4: Human Resource Management System (HRMS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
The HRMS database
Data modeling framework
Integrating charts and graphs
Integrating reports
JVM memory management
Client-side visualization
The Human Resource Management System (HRMS)
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 5: Customer Feedback System (CFS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
The CFS database
Data modeling framework
Summary
Chapter 6: Hotel Management System (HMS)
Overview of the project
Technical Requirements
The HMS Database
User Experience (UX) design issues
Designing themes
Creating intelligent web components
Creating web layouts
Spring's internationalization support
Velocity, FreeMarker, and Rhythm
Spring mobile
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 7: Online Cart System (OCS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
The OCS database
The software prototypes
Spring security implementation
Post-login transaction
Transaction management using JTA
Process and navigation management
Variable scopes
Spring MVC portlet
OCS as a portal
Application context configuration
Spring Cache
Hot deployment using JRebel
Summary
Chapter 8: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Overview of the project
Technical requirement
The ERP databases
Data modeling framework
The concept of web services
Summary
Chapter 9: Bus Ticketing System (BTS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
jQGrid
The BTS database
Data modeling framework
AJAX and Spring integration
Summary
Chapter 10: Social Task Management System (STMS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
Collaborative data analysis concept
Summary

What You Will Learn

  • Set up and configure the Spring 4.x MVC platform from ground level up using the basic Spring Framework 4.x APIs
  • Study requirements and manage solutions on file uploading transactions in Spring 4.x applications
  • Configure, , and test Spring integration to the Hibernate, MyBatis, and JPA frameworks for database transactions
  • Properly implement exception handlers and audit trails in Spring MVC applications
  • Generate reports using JFreeChart, Google Charts, JasperReports, DynamicReports, FreeMarker, Velocity, and Spring’s API known as ContentNegotiatingViewResolver
  • Configure security and flexibility by adding Captcha, Spring Security, Spring Flow, Spring Portlets, JTA to improve data management performance
  • Implement web services using Spring’s RESTful implementation and other service-oriented integration plugins
  • Design and implement a Spring 4.x application using AngularJS, ExtJs, Twitter Bootstrap, and Spring Mobile for responsive web design

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Creating a Personal Web Portal (PWP)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
Setting-up the development environment
The pom.xml file
Project deployment
Project libraries and dependencies
Overview of the Spring MVC specification
The project development
Creating the Spring container
Configuring the Spring container
The Personal Web Portal (PWP) project
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 2: Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirement
The project development
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 3: Student Management Portal (SMP)
An overview of the project
Technical requirements
Software design overview
Configuring the DispatcherServlet
Creating the Spring containers
The Data Access Object (DAO) layer
The service layer
The data domain layer
The controllers
The validators and type conversion
The interceptors
The Aspect, Advice and PointCut
The views
The Student Management Portal (SMP)
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 4: Human Resource Management System (HRMS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
The HRMS database
Data modeling framework
Integrating charts and graphs
Integrating reports
JVM memory management
Client-side visualization
The Human Resource Management System (HRMS)
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 5: Customer Feedback System (CFS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
The CFS database
Data modeling framework
Summary
Chapter 6: Hotel Management System (HMS)
Overview of the project
Technical Requirements
The HMS Database
User Experience (UX) design issues
Designing themes
Creating intelligent web components
Creating web layouts
Spring's internationalization support
Velocity, FreeMarker, and Rhythm
Spring mobile
Challenge yourself
Summary
Chapter 7: Online Cart System (OCS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
The OCS database
The software prototypes
Spring security implementation
Post-login transaction
Transaction management using JTA
Process and navigation management
Variable scopes
Spring MVC portlet
OCS as a portal
Application context configuration
Spring Cache
Hot deployment using JRebel
Summary
Chapter 8: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Overview of the project
Technical requirement
The ERP databases
Data modeling framework
The concept of web services
Summary
Chapter 9: Bus Ticketing System (BTS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
jQGrid
The BTS database
Data modeling framework
AJAX and Spring integration
Summary
Chapter 10: Social Task Management System (STMS)
Overview of the project
Technical requirements
Collaborative data analysis concept
Summary

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Paperback490 pages
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