Join Shonna Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Java-based web config, part of Spring: Spring MVC.
- [Instructor] Up to now we've accepted…a lot of default configuration options,…but I want you to recall our architectural stack.…We're about to add…some final application configuration touches…so we can start to make this app…feel more like a real-world scenario.…So recall that by default,…our application Spring beans…are loaded into a single root application context…and right now we have a single default dispatcher servlet…handling all requests.…
But let's imagine this scenario that we brought up before.…We want to get closer to the picture…where we have a root application context…and then two separate dispatcher servlets to handle requests…for the two major parts of our application.…So imagine it as having a dispatcher servlet…for our main controllers…and then let's say we're adding a REST API…and we want to have a separate dispatcher servlet…to handle the request for all of the REST controllers.…
Here's an example of how a web application configuration…used to be done in a web.xml file.…This picture reflects a default scenario…
- 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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