Pro Spring MVC: With Web Flow by Seth Ladd, Colin Yates, Marten Deinum, Koen Serneels, Christophe Vanfleteren

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C H A P T E R  12

Advanced Spring Web Flow

Welcome to the final chapter on Spring Web Flow. In the couple previous chapters, we made you familiar with the Web Flow basics, such as how to configure Web Flow, glue it together with Spring MVC, and set up a basic flow. We also explained the different elements, such as action states, model binding, validation, application controllers (and how to call them), expressions, and so forth.

Our approach for the previous chapters was to gradually introduce you to the concepts contained therein and to build on those concepts as the chapters went on. In Chapter 10, we started with a basic high level view of Web Flow, introduced a simple use case, and then built that out as a sample application to illustrate ...

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