Of course, I’ll need to spend some time getting up-to-speed on all the convention over configuration rules that are available. Thank God, that the SpringFramework has top-notch documentation, or I wouldn’t be able to figure out all the convention rules/options. (That was one of my main mental roadblocks that kept me away until now)
Keith also spent some time last night showing off Spring Web Flow, which is a great DSL for defining stateful web flows inside a Spring MVC webapp. Keith wrapped up with a very quick demo of Spring Faces. I’m sure JSF people will find value in that product, but I’ll stay with Spring MVC.
Keith’s talk was based on the samples that go with the new Spring Web Flow 2 release.
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I’m very glad that I attended this meeting! The Spring Web-flow seems like it will become the future of web development. Thanks for getting Springsource to come up and give the talk.
Thanks Brian… I agree with you on Spring Web-flow. I’m looking forward to finding a place to use it on my existing project.