List/Grid Tag Archives: Spring MVC

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Unit Testing of Spring MVC Controllers: “Normal” Controllers

The first part of this tutorial described how we can configure our unit tests which use the Spring MVC Test framework. Now it is time to get our hands dirty and learn how we can write ...
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Getting Started With Spring’s MVC Test Framework – Part 1

Newly promoted to the main Spring framework is the Spring MVC Test Framework, which the Guys at Spring claim is a “first class JUnit support for testing client and server side Spring ...
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Spring MVC: Session advanced

Not so long time ago I wrote a post about HTTP sessions in a Spring MVC application. That was the simple article with an emphasis on practical aspect of usage. In the end of the post ...
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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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Auditing a Spring MVC Webapp with AspectJ. Part 2

Now, this is the blog you want to read if you’re interested in creating a Spring MVC Webapp that uses Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) in the form of Aspectj’s @Aspect ...
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Unit Testing of Spring MVC Controllers: Configuration

Writing unit tests for Spring MVC controllers has traditionally been both simple and problematic. Although it is pretty simple to write unit tests which invoke controller methods, the ...
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Auditing a Spring MVC Webapp with AspectJ. Part 1

If you’re like me, then you’ll have those kinds of programming days where everything seems to go incredibly well. You write the code and the tests and it just works. And then and ...
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Spring MVC: form handling vol. 5 – select, option, options tags

Drop-down lists are the one of the most frequent elements in web forms. In HTML you can create such control using appropriate tags: < form:select > – parent tag of drop-down ...
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Spring MVC Error handling flow

There are broadly three ways of handling an exception flow using Spring MVC, the objective being to intercept any application exception and present a friendly and informative view back ...
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The Biggest Flaw of Spring Web Applications

The developers who are using Spring Framework in their applications are good to talk about the benefits of dependency injection. Unfortunately, they are not so good to leverage its ...
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