This week's book giveaway is in the NodeJS forum. We're giving away four copies of Serverless Applications with Node.js and have Slobodan Stojanovic & Aleksandar Simovic on-line! See this thread for details.
Since Spring3.0 is stable, need to know if JSR 286 portlets development using Spring portlet api's is a good idea instead of the current rage of JSF in IBM RAD / Portal Server 6.1 ? In other words is it a good option that we can leverage MVC support provided by SPRING over what is provided by JSF ?
Spring has its own Spring Portlet MVC framework which is exclusively designed to support portlets 2.0. If you already know Spring MVC then in no time you'll be up and running with Spring Portlet MVC framework. If you look at the API of Spring Portlet MVC then you'll find that it uses the same class / interface name (but different packaging) to make things very easy for any Spring MVC developer to easily learn Spring Portlet MVC. I will say that currently Spring Portlet MVC is the best MVC framework for developing portlets. Using Spring Portlet MVC 3.0 annotations (and support for Bean Validation API, Unit testing using TestContext framework) further simplifies development.
I am new to portal. i have an idea what portal is and how to add portlets to a page in a portal.
I have a query here. how can i develop spring mvc portlets in weblogic 10.3 environment.
i have been searching for the books in the market and googling it for 2 weeks. i did not find it.
can you just help me out.
mahammad gouse shaik
posted 8 years ago
You can refer to the following articles that were published by Dzone to familiarize yourself with developing portlets using Spring Portlet MVC: