Join Shonna Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the model, part of Spring: Spring MVC.
- [Instructor] Let's shift our attention to the M in MVC.…In other words, the model.…Usually when people say the model,…they're talking about the Plain Old Java Objects or POJOs…that simply represent and encapsulate the application data…that needs to be reflected on the user interface.…For example, in our sample application,…a customer POJO is a model object that encapsulate…all the things we need to know about a customer…like their name, their address or phone number…are some example properties.…
And as you can see,…there will be many more model objects to consider.…So let's look at the full application architecture diagram…and get some perspective on what the model is…and how it fits into the MVC picture.…First consider that whatever the actual model objects are,…they're typically returned to controllers…from a business logic layer component.…They might be derived from data retrieved from the database.…That's a typical scenario.…
Or they might be derived from data retrieved…from some other system you integrate with…
- Using Spring MVC for web projects
- Spring MVC controllers
- Creating controllers and views
- Spring MVC models
- Creating the model
- Request mapping
- Spring MVC views
- Custom app configuration
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Using Spring MVC for Web Projects
2. Spring MVC Controllers
3. Spring MVC Models
4. Spring MVC Views
5. Custom App Configuration
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