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June 2008

September 10th, 2009

Lunch Meeting (register here)


  • 11:30 am – Welcome Announcements
  • 11:40 am – Main Presentation
  • 12:40 pm – Wrap Up

Evening Meeting (register here)

  • When: June 10, 2008 6:00PM
  • Where: University of Phoenix room 305 (see Meeting location or here )
    • Topic: Spring Web Flow, Java for Nerdlings, Java Workshop
    • Food and drinks will not be provided!


  • 6:30 pm – Welcome Announcements
  • 6:35 pm – Open the floor to questions etc.

Presentation Information

Spring Web Flow is a core module of the Spring Framework that is a strong fit for web applications with demanding page flow requirements. The system lets you capture a logical page flow as a self-contained module that can be reused in different situations in a consistent fashion. The system is ideal for web applications that execute business processes over a series of steps spanning HTTP requests, and those demanding wizards, dynamic flows, and/or flows whose executions need to be audited or annotated. The system exists at a higher-level of abstraction, building on base Model 2 frameworks like Struts and Spring MVC, capturing your application's page flow explicity in a declarative fashion.

In the presentation, we will discuss the following:

  • What is Spring Web Flow?
  • Why consider using it?
  • Architectural Overview, i.e. how does it work?
  • How to integrate it into your existing web applications, e.g. Struts or Spring Web MVC.


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