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Pro Spring 3 by Clarence Ho

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C H A P T E R  18

Spring Web Flow and JSF

In the previous chapter, we discussed developing web application with Spring MVC, using JSPX and JavaScript as the view technologies.

In terms of web application development, there are numerous options, including native clients (for example, Adobe Flex, JavaFX, Microsoft Silverlight, and so on), MVC frameworks (for example, Spring MVC, JBoss Seam, Struts, and so on), and view technologies (for example, JSP, Velocity, JavaScript, JSF, and so on).

Besides Spring MVC, Spring provides a project called Spring Web Flow (www.springsource.org/webflow), which supports the development of flow-based web applications; it also has tight integration with view technologies such as the Dojo Toolkit and JSF. Moreover, ...

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