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Steve is a software developer interested in web development and new technologies. He currently works as a Java consultant at Credera in Dallas, TX.

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Spring MVC Custom Validation Annotations

Last tutorial, I showed how to validate a form using annotations. This works great for simple validations, but eventually, you’ll need to validate some custom rules that aren’t ...
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Simple Spring MVC Web Application using Gradle

This post will be similar to our previous post, Simple Gradle Web Application, except we will now use Spring MVC, rather than raw servlets. It is really easy to get a basic Spring MVC ...
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Spring MVC Form Tutorial

This tutorial will show how to handle a form submission in Spring MVC. We will define a controller to handle the page load and the form submission. You can grab the code on GitHub. Prerequisites: You ...
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Spring MVC – Easy REST-Based JSON Services with @ResponseBody

Spring 3 makes JSON REST services really easy. This tutorial will show you how in just a few steps. You can grab the code on GitHub. Prerequisites You should have a working Spring ...
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Spring Java Configuration

I have found that a lot of Spring developers I know still do not know about or use Spring Java Configuration (aka JavaConfig). Spring 3.0 introduced this feature which allows Spring ...
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Simple Gradle Web Application

Gradle easily supports Java web applications through the “war” and “jetty” plugins. This tutorial will show you how to quickly make a simple Java Servlet web application.                     Our ...
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How to Install Gradle

Gradle is a dependency management / build tool that combines the best of Maven and Ant, making it an extremely powerful and customizable tool. It also uses a sleek Groovy DSL instead ...
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