[ajug-members] Re: Reminder: Spring Web Flow Tonight
johnsirbu at bellsouth.net
Sat Oct 22 15:36:30 EDT 2005
If anyone is interested in the Spring Web Flow portion.
I pulled this up from the Norway Java Users Group website.
This is the power point he presented to us.
And this is the Video of Keith Donald presenting his Spring Web Flow
example, I think it is similar to the one we just saw Tuesday night.
P.S. FYI the NorwayJUG has some nice presentation torrents available.
>Topic: Managing Web Conversations with Spring Web Flow
>This should be one of our most exciting technical events this year.
>a great short-presentation focused on the Atlanta Job Market by our
>sponsor Anteo Group.
>Our main event is one of the contributors to the Spring Framework,
>Donald from Interface 21. Everyone has been building Struts-based
>applications for years so in this session we really wish to deep-
>Spring MVC and Web Flow!!!
>The Spring Framework has been one of the hottest technologies to
>take off in
>2005 and promises to be a must-have skill for Java developers.
>also a speaker at the Greater Atlanta Software Symposium by No
>(www.nofluffjuststuff.com/sh/2005-10-atlanta) and you still have a
>days to sign up! Don't miss the most technically in-depth
>developers' conference to visit Atlanta! The conference includes
>from Bruce Tate, Dave Thomas, Kito Mann and Dion Almaer as well!
>Our AJUG session will explore Spring Web Flow (SWF), a core module of
>Spring's web stack, and its architecture as a powerful controller
>based on a finite-state machine.
>Keith will discuss in detail SWF's capabilities, including its
>capture web application page flows as self-contained, reusable
>make dynamic and sophisticated page navigation decisions. Keith will
>demonstrate SWF's solutions to important issues facing web application
>developers in areas such as application transactions, duplicate
>security, testability, browser-navigation button use, and state
>This session will also show how Spring Web Flow may be leveraged in a
>variety of web environments as a compliment to "traditional"
>You'll see how to embed flows within a number of established
>the web space, including Struts, Spring MVC, and JSF. You'll also
>see how it
>integrates with the rest of the Spring Framework.
>You can expect to see in-action the benefits of using a declarative,
>test-driven approach to building page flows to orchestrate controlled
>navigations that drive business processes. You'll leave with an
>understanding on when to use Spring Web Flow, and how to use it in a
>Keith Donald is a core Spring project member and principal with
>a global company led by the creators of the Spring Framework. An
>developer and mentor, Keith has built applications for customers
>diverse set of industries including banking, network management,
>assurance, education, and retail. He specializes in translating
>requirements into technical solutions.
>Keith is the founder of the Spring Rich Client Project and co-lead
>Web Flow with Erwin Vervaet. Lately you can find him leading Spring
>courses across the US and abroad, assisting with the planning of the
>upcoming worldwide "Spring Experience" event in Bal Harbour Beach on
>December 7th - 10th, and serving as a guest speaker on advanced
>the NoFluffJustStuff (NFJS) tour.
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