This presentation is for seasoned Spring MVC developers and for those curious to make the most of the release. Rather than faithfully covering every change, we’ll take a deeper look at the new @MVC infrastructure classes, what has motivated the changes and what possibilities they have created. We’ll discuss pros and cons of the MVC Java config and the MVC namespace and we’ll see how to make advanced customizations with each. We’ll show examples of testing annotated controllers with the new spring-mvc-test project available on github, and more. Last but not least we’ll allow time for questions and discuss what’s planned for Spring MVC 3.2.
Rossen is a Spring Framework committer at Pivotal. He works on Spring MVC and Web messaging and has been involved in the Spring 5 reactive effort.