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Working With Spring Web Flow
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| by Keith Donald Follow 0 Followers on Mar 03, 2010 |

In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Keith Donald discusses implementing reusable controller modules, refreshing modules without container restart, handling Ajax events, rendering partial responses, securing flows, data access, preventing lazy-load exceptions, testing flow logic, flow design/implementation best practices, and deploying flows alongside Spring Web MVC multi-action @Controllers.

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Keith Donald is a principal and founding partner at SpringSource. He is best known in the Spring community for creating Spring Web Flow. At SpringSource, Keith is the lead of the Web Products Team. His team sustains the development of Spring Web MVC and Web Flow and their associated integrations, and is also responsible for future innovations in the domain of web frameworks.

SpringOne 2GX is an annual event; it includes a technical exploration of the Spring ecosystem along with the latest developments in the Groovy/Grails space. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to attend two great events at one venue. Whether you're a Spring enthusiast, Tomcat user, Groovy/Grails fan, or just interested in open source development, you'll find valuable content in sessions presented here.

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