Brooke  Giles

Brooke Giles


HandlerInterceptors vs. Filters in Spring MVC

In this article, we’ll compare the Java servlet Filter  and the Spring MVC HandlerInterceptor,  and when one might be preferable over the other.

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HandlerInterceptors vs. Filters in Spring MVC
Rusty  Bernier

Rusty Bernier


Razor Pages vs MVC - Which one is better for your project?

In this article, I will discuss Razor Pages vs MVC on how to choose in ASP.NET Core web applications. You will also see which type of web application is well suited for your project or requirement by looking at benefits and code comparison. core core razor pages vs mvc #mvc vs razor pages #razor pages vs mvc #razor pages vs mvc how to choose

Were  Joyce

Were Joyce


Spring vs Spring BooDifference Between Spring and Spring Boot

As an extension of the Spring Framework, Spring Boot is widely used to make development on Spring faster, more efficient and convenient. In this article, we will look at some of the parameters were using Spring Boot can drastically reduce the time and effort required in application development.

What is Spring?

Spring Boot

Difference between Spring and Spring Boot

Advantages of Spring Boot over Spring


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Were  Joyce

Were Joyce


Introduction To Spring MVC Flow Diagram & Advantages

Spring MVC is a Java framework that is used to develop web applications. It is built on a Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern and possesses all the basic features of a spring framework, such as Dependency Injection, Inversion of Control. The architectural design of a Spring MVC can be used to develop flexible web applications. It basically separates the different aspects of the application, like input logic, UI logic, and business logic.

Spring is an open-source that was created to resolve the complexity of an enterprise application development. It has a layered architecture that helps the developers to select the components which can be further used while providing a cohesive framework for the process of application development. Spring framework is flexible as it supports and can be integrated with various technologies like:

  • It supports the REST style of web services.
  • Supports transactional management
  • The developer can interact with different databases.
  • Can be integrated with Object Relationship frameworks, for instance, iBatis
  • Containers can resolve the required dependencies as it supports Dependency Integration.

Let us now understand the above-given Spring MVC Flow diagram.

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Were  Joyce

Were Joyce


Spring Framework: To Use Or Not To Use, That Is The Question

It’s impossible to write OOP code with Spring. From its core it promotes the use of singletons and anemic data structures a.k.a. data “objects” a.k.a. DTO. This fuels procedural programming and kills OOP.

In the next paragraphs I’ll highlight three **major **Spring components involved. I start from the core.

IoC Container

The core of Spring is the IoC container, represented by the

ApplicationContextinterface. Basically it defines a context through which we get beans. A bean is an object managed by the container and it has a name attached to it.

We can configure the context thanks to some annotations, called steorotype. These annotations were introduced in Spring 2.5 and enhanced in Spring 3.0. Previously we could only use an external XML. This was even worse…

So we annotate a class with a stereotype, the container reads it and it builds a bean. A bean is a singleton. For this reason it cannot represent anything specific. This means that to do something useful we should pass around data “objects” through them.

A bean is an object only from a technological point of view. But at the conceptual level it’s just a namespace for procedures. In other words it’s a bunch of procedure grouped by a name. Nothing more. Every bean, regardless the stereotype, is bad.

This is not OOP. But I’m not saying anything new. It’s known that singleton are bad. But this (anti)pattern is the Spring backbone.

At this point it should suffice to say that everything else in Spring is based on bean. This means that every Spring application is composed by bean that works on data structure. Definitely this is not OOP.

However I think that things gets worse with the next two components…

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navin prakash


MVC Framework - Introduction

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) is an architectural style dividing an application into three main system elements: the model, the view, and the controller. Every one of these elements is designed to manage particular aspects of an application’s growth. To build scalable and extensible projects, MVC is one of the most commonly used industry-standard web design platforms.
MVC Elements
Following are the elements of MVC:
All the data-related logic that the user works with corresponds to the Model part. It can represent either the data that is being transmitted between the elements of the View and Controller or some other data relevant to business logic. A customer object, for example, retrieves customer information from the database, manipulates it and updates its data back to the database, or utilizes this for information rendering.
For all of the application’s UI logic, the View element has been used. For example, all the UI elements such as text boxes, dropdowns, etc. That the final user communicates with will be included in the Customer’s perspective.
In order to manage all business rules and incoming requests, controllers serve as an interface between the Model And View elements, modify data using the Model component, and communicate with the Views to make the final performance. For example, the Customer Controller will handle all the Customer View interactions and inputs, and the database will be modified using the Customer Model. To display customer information, the same controller will be used.
ASP.NET supports three main growth models: Web sites, Web Forms and MVC (Model View Controller).
ASP.NET MVC Features
ASP.NET MVC provides the following characteristics :

  • Ideal for designing applications that are complex but lightweight.
  • It offers an expandable and pluggable system that can be quickly replaced and customized. If you do not want to use the built-in Razor or ASPX View Engine, for instance, you can use some other third-party display engines or even customize existing ones.
  • Using the application’s elements-based architecture by logically breaking this into elements of the Organization, Display, and Controller. This allows developers to control the scope and focus on specific elements of large-scale projects.
  • The MVC structure enhances the app’s test-driven growth and testability since all elements can be programmed utilizing mock objects based on the interface. Hence, ASP.NET MVC Platform is suitable for Projects with a wide team of web designers.
  • Supports all the comprehensive ASP.NET features currently available, such as Authorization and Authentication, Master Pages, Data Linking, User Controls, Memberships, ASP.NET Routing, etc.
  • Don’t use View State definition (which is present in ASP.NET). This helps to create lightweight apps and allows the designers full power.
    You should also recognize the MVC System as a major structure built on top of ASP.NET that offers a wide range of added features focused on component-based creation and checking. MVC Training in Chennai is the best for freshers and professional workers. FITA is the NO.1 Training Institute to learn MVC Course in Chennai with certification. This Certification very usefu to get a job in the IT industry.

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