It’s been an exciting year! From Responsive Web Design to jQuery Mobile, we’ve published a lot of great tips and tricks for developers in our Safari Books Online blog. Here we’ve compiled our most popular posts of 2012, along with … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Spring MVC
Spring MVC is an implementation of the Model-View-Controller pattern for the Web. Providing Web services requires building code which speaks potentially many protocols, such as JSON and XML. The modular architecture of Spring MVC allows translation from these protocols to … Continue reading
Spring MVC is an implementation of the Model-View-Controller pattern for the Web. To ensure smooth transitions between the view, the controller, and the underlying application, it is useful to have a well-defined data model with clear separations of concern at … Continue reading
Spring MVC is an implementation of the Model-View-Controller pattern for the Web. The view layer in a Web application drives the user experience, and there is no shortage of view technologies to choose from. Spring MVC accommodates this choice with … Continue reading
Spring MVC provides a flexible environment for building simple, yet powerful Java Web applications. Its framework includes a wide array of configurable infrastructure and components, which can be put together to serve anything from rich Web applications to RESTful Web … Continue reading
In case you missed these blog posts when they were first published… here are five of the Best of Safari Blog posts that are bubbling to the top as the most popular for October 2012.
In my Spring MVC and Rest post, I walked through the creation of a RESTful web service with Spring MVC. Let’s now take a look at JSON. Spring MVC, from version 3, allows you to return objects directly converted into … Continue reading