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  1. Using Spring Web Flow Part 2

    by , 11-30-2011 at 05:00 AM
    In the previous article, we looked at the components of Spring Web Flow. In this article, I will tie all the pieces together for the application.

    As you know, Spring Web Flow provides a powerful controller to control the user navigation in case your application requires it. Below is the definition of a simple flow to carry out a booking process is shown graphically below:

    Why Spring Web Flow
    We know that defining and understanding page flow of a complex web application ...

    Updated 12-05-2011 at 01:45 PM by Spring Framework

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    Webflow , MVC , Spring 3 , Web Flow , Spring Flow
  2. Using Spring Web Flow Part 1

    by , 11-30-2011 at 04:52 AM
    In a previous article, I gave an introduction to Spring Web Flow. In this article, I will delve into the details of how to use Spring Web Flow.

    In Spring Web Flow, a flow is defined by three primary elements: states, transitions, and flow data. States are points in a flow where something happens. Consider if you want to plan a short holiday in Florence. You need to first choose your flights, then you choose your hotel, you might also choose a car, etc. Similarly, as a flow progresses, ...
  3. Introduction to Spring Web Flow

    by , 11-29-2011 at 02:49 AM
    When you are developing an user interaction for an application, one of the most challenging aspects is to define a proper narrative for the behavior of the application so that the user can get into a flow while using the application. Sometimes it is necessary to step a user through a process, such as ordering a plane ticket. This is called a flowed application. Now is a possible to use any web framework, such as Struts or Java Server Faces, in order to do this. Unfortunately none of them properly ...