In part one of this two-part series dubbed "What Is Spring" (and excerpted from Chapter 1 of Spring: A Developer's Notebook), authors Bruce Tate and Justin Gehtland showed you how to automate a simple application and enable it for Spring. Today, the authors will cover how to use Spring to help you develop a simple, clean, web-based user interface (excerpted from Chapter 2, "Building a User Interface").
Please note: Both Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 of Spring: A Developer's Notebook were updated to correct issues in the first printing of the book. The two versions we've excerpted here match the new print run. (The currently available edition has a black banner on the cover that reads "Updated".)
You can download Chapter 2 of Spring: A Developer's Notebook as a PDF. The file size is 435K. -- Tara McGoldrick
Justin Gehtland is a programmer, author, mentor and instructor, focusing on real-world software applications.
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