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Article: Web Apps with Spring Web Flow and Terracotta for Spring

by Floyd Marinescu on Apr 04, 2007 |
In this article, Jonas Boner and Eugene Kuleshov give an overview of Spring Web Flow and Terracotta for Spring. Spring Web Flow is a component of the Spring Framework's web application stack that provides a simple way of writing stateful, conversational web applications. Spring Web Flow makes the logical flow in the web application a first class citizen by allowing you to define it as a self contained module that can be configured and reused independently of the rest of the application. Terracotta for Spring is an open source runtime that brings high-availability to Spring-based applications through clustering across multiple JVMs. The product provides direct support for transparent and declarative clustering of Spring Web Flows (as well as Spring beans in general) regardless of scope.

Read Web Applications with Spring Web Flow and Terracotta for Spring

The article was written by Jonas Bonér  and Eugene Kuleshov, with edits from Spring Web Flow lead Keith Donald.  See also InfoQ's interview with Keith Donald an SWF 1.0 and the definitive introduction to Open Terracotta.


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awesome by Brian Edwards

Although I don't have an application that warrants large scale it is nice to know that this exists and is under development. Having brushed up on my Spring 2 features I will check out TC for Spring next. Thanks for the article!

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