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Web forms provide a means by which we can collect data from end users. As such, they’re a key aspect of any nontrivial web application. This chapter shows how to use Spring Web MVC and related technologies to build a simple user registration form with standard features such as redirect-after-post, externalized strings, form data validation, and persistence.
Our approach is hands-on and practical. See Spring in Action, 3rd edition by Craig Walls (Manning, 2011) for additional material on Spring Web MVC.
Spring Web MVC, Spring form tag library ...