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how to develop spring framework application

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please give me the steps of developing web application using springframework
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1.) Design
1a.) Choose your web presentation package (i.e. Spring MVC, Struts, plain JSPs, etc.)
1b.) Choose your persistence strategy (i.e. Hibernate, iBatis, EJBs, etc.)
2.) Code part of your application.
2a.) Spring prefers "POJOs" (Plain Old Java Objects - aka JavaBeans)
2b.) Spring already provides a lot of POJOs for things you need - you just configure existing Spring classes in step 4.
3.) Unit test your code.
4.) Tie parts of application together through Spring configuration files.
5.) Repeat steps 2-4 until the application is finished.
6.) ???
7.) Profit!

I realize these are pretty broad steps, but it was a pretty broad question Please ask further if you need further details about the contents of these steps.
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Thanks Nathan.

I just about to start my first project with spring, finally...

Do you have any reference how to design application practically? I know there are many great books out there, and learnt them when I was in the uni.

but... I want to learn practical approach. What I need to prepare first and what next such as use cases, class diagram, test plan? should I use UML? I have high level functional spec on my hand.

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