Rossen is a Spring Framework developer focusing on Spring MVC as well as Spring Web Flow. His 17+ year background includes work on trading and risk management software, investment accounting, e-commerce web applications, directory services, among others. Prior to becoming a full-time Spring Framework developer, Rossen spent several years teaching and consulting clients building enterprise Java applications with Spring on a broad range of topics.
Following on Juergen's talk on the upcoming Spring 3.2 release, this presentation will focus on what's new specifically in the area of Spring MVC. The presentation will explain all noteworthy features and, as is usual with every new release, there will be a lot to discuss including Servlet-based async request support, content negotiation enhancements, REST error handling, @MVC test support, and much more.
The talk does not provide an overview of Spring MVC but rather assumes a level of experience and focuses on covering what's new.
This year Sam Brannen and Rossen Stoyanchev are excited to present new developments in Spring 3.2 which include comprehensive support for testing web applications and context hierarchies with the Spring TestContext Framework as well as comprehensive support for out-of-container Spring MVC tests.
Come to this session to see these new Spring Web testing features in action.
Join Rossen Stoyanchev, Roy Clarkson, and Josh Long for this talk introducing how to build secure, smart client-facing applications with the latest mix of technologies, including HTML5, Spring MVC (with its first-class REST support and Spring Mobile), Spring Security OAuth, and Spring Android. If you've ever wondered how it all fits together, and how one approaches the development of a front-end application based on RESTful services, then this talk will help you.
Attendees will have the chance to watch and influence the iteration of an application on stage, going from concept to production quality code.
Last year's "Intro to WebSockets" provided an overview of WebSocket specs, APIs, and defined key questions and challenges surrounding the building WebSocket applications. This year we'll talk about actually building WebSocket applications using Spring Framework 4.0. Come to this presentation for the key facts, what is available and how to make use of it.
In this talk we'll apply web sockets within an application using Spring on the server and various client side technologies.