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Ajax with Spring MVC 3 using Annotations and JQuery

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Its always been fun for me to work with Ajax! Is not it ? I will make it easy for you to use Ajax with Spring MVC 3 and JQuery. This post will illustrate you how to use Ajax in real life practices of industrial coding. As usual, we will take an practical example of Ajax in Spring MVC 3 ...

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Spring MVC – Flash Attributes

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Latest Spring Framework incarnation (3.1) brought interesting feature called Flash Attributes. It is remedy for the problem mentioned a long time ago, in one of my posts: Spring MVC – Session Attributes handling. This problem can be described in few words: if we want to pass the attributes via redirect between two controllers, we cannot use request attributes (they will ...

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Spring 3 MVC Exception Handlers

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The majority of the Spring 3 error handling sample code that I’ve come across only ever seems to give the simplest overview of its usage, yet how we handle errors is, some would say, more important than how the normal code works. This was borne out the other day when I came across a simple ‘GOTCHA’ in a Spring (2) ...

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Automatically generating WADL in Spring MVC REST application

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Last time we have learnt the basics of WADL. The language itself is not as interesting to write a separate article about it, but the title of this article reveals why we needed that knowledge. Many implementations of JSR 311: JAX-RS: The Java API for RESTful Web Services provide runtime WADL generation out-of-the-box: Apache CXF, Jersey and Restlet. RESTeasy still ...

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Spring MVC and REST at Google App Engine

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Some time ago I wrote about how to implement your Restful Web API using Spring MVC. Read my previous post to know about it. In that post it was developed a simple Rest example. For testing the application, file was copied into a web server (Tomcat for example), and then accessing to http://localhost:8080/RestServer/characters/1 information of character 1 was returned. In ...

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Develop Restful web services using Spring MVC

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REST INTRODUCTION From Wikipedia: REST-style architectures consist of clients and servers. Clients initiate requests to servers; servers process requests and return appropriate responses. Requests and responses are built around the transfer of representations of resources. A resource can be essentially any coherent and meaningful concept that may be addressed. As you have read the most important thing in Rest architecture ...

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Spring Singleton, Request, Session Beans and Thread Safety

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The Spring framework ecosystem comprising of so many useful frameworks has become the backbone of many Java EE application. But at the core of all the spring products we still have the Spring DI/IOC framework which has catapulted Spring to all new heights. As more people are adopting Spring MVC or a JSF-Spring integration for their application, the Spring beans ...

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Everybody Knows About MVC…

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From a recent blog, you may have gathered that I’ve recently been conducting some interviews and as they were for web application developers a question I asked was “can you explain what the MVC pattern is?”, and to their credit, every candidate knew the answer. For those of you who don’t know, MVC stands for Model, View, Controller and is ...

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Spring MVC Interceptors Example

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I thought that it was time to take a look at Spring’s MVC interceptor mechanism, which has been around for a good number of years and is a really useful tool. A Spring Interceptor does what it says on the tin: intercepts an incoming HTTP request before it reaches your Spring MVC controller class, or conversely, intercepts the outgoing HTTP ...

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Integrating Jersey with Spring

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Spring provides a lot of benefits and promotes best practices with its dependency injection mechanism, application lifecycle management and Hibernate support (just to mention some). In addition when you want to have a clean server-side REST-like JSON Api, I found Jersey to be quite handy. This article briefly highlights how both of them can be integrated. In my little spare ...

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