Thursday 12th November, 2015
3:10pm to 4:10pm
There's a new cool kid in town: JSR 371, ambiguously named MVC Specification, brings the action based web framework paradigm to the upcoming Java EE 8 release finally, 15 year after the rise (and later fall) of Apache Struts 1. Similar to Unix, action based server side web frameworks seem to be fashionable again after being considered stone age technology not long ago.
In this session we will go through the fundamentals of the MVC 1.0 specification and explain the core concepts. Lots of code samples will be included, as well as tips on how to get started using this awesome technology.
We will also investigate chances and risks of JSR 371. In particular we will check how the new specification can compete with established Servlet based action frameworks such as Spring MVC or Struts 2.
Java Champion, JUG Leader, JCP EC and EG Member, Spec Lead, NetBeans Dream Team, Speaker
Java, database and open source guy; Struts 2 developer and Apache Struts PMC chair; believer in software craftsmanship and free beer; travel and scuba addict bio from Twitter
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