En el próximo post vamos a hablar sobre el proyecto Spring Mobile deSpringsource. Este proyecto pretende facilitar la realización de aplicaciones web sobre dispositivos móviles utilizando los controladores de Spring MVC.
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In the next two post we are gonna to talk about how develop REST web services with java. To that end we’re gonna use two different technologies, Apache CXF and Spring REST web services.
In this post we are going to talk a little bit about how to integrate Groovy (or another Scripting language like JRuby or BeanShell) within a Spring project. Achiving that is not really complicated, the only thing you need to do is add your Groovy scripts with a special schema within your application context. The example I am going to show you is uploaded to my Github account. You can find it right here.
And what are we going to do?. We are create a simple sample, based in the official Spring documentation you may find here or here too. We are going to write our Spring MVC controller, but thanks to Groovy we are going to be able to redefine our controller redirection with no need to compile our code again.
The example is pretty simple, imaging you have a controller related to a specified url (say home.htm). What we want is changing the page the controller eventually render. So we need to write our code using Groovy.
In the following post we are going to talk about the Spring MVC project. But before that I have been thinking about writing some other posts about the Spring framework. I’m going to talk about some SpringSource projects such as Spring MVC, Spring Web Flow, Spring Security (O Auth) or Spring Faces to name a few. Moreover I’m planning to start writing about continuous integration and testing with (Hudson / Jenkins, Sonar, Cobertura, Selenium, Checkstyles, PMD, …). I’d also like write about Cloud Computing , as a novice developer in this particular subject, analyzing some frameworks and tools such as the Google App Engine (GAE) or Micro Cloud Foundry. But there is much left to all I have just mentioned so …. it is time to start with Spring MVC.