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20061026 Thursday October 26, 2006

Spring Web Flow 1.0 Released Category: Spring Live

Coverage is on the Spring Web Flow site and on Craig's blog.



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Ten sample applications ship with the release, each demonstrating a distinct set of features. The samples are:
  1. Phonebook - the original sample demonstrating most features (including subflows)
  2. Sellitem - demonstrates a wizard with conditional transitions, flow execution redirects, custom text field formatting, and continuations
  3. Flowlauncher - demonstrates all the possible ways to launch and resume flows
  4. Itemlist - demonstrates REST-style URLs and inline flows
  5. Shippingrate - demonstrates Spring Web Flow together with Ajax technology
  6. NumberGuess - demonstrates stateful beans, evaluate actions, and "single key" flow execution redirects.
  7. Birthdate - demonstrates Struts integration
  8. Fileupload - demonstrates multipart file upload, set actions, and flash scope
  9. Phonebook-Portlet - the phonebook sample in a Portlet environment (notice how the flow definitions do not change)
  10. Sellitem-JSF - the sellitem sample in a JSF environment

Congratulations to everyone involved in this release - especially the new parents! We'll be celebrating this release at the Spring BOF in Keystone tonight. Follow that with an Eclipse birthday party and it should be a good night. For fellow conference attendees, I've managed to secure beer for the BOF. ;-) (2006-10-26 17:32:29.0) Permalink Comments [1]

Comments:

Hey, a release party... sweet! :-) Have a beer for me in Keystone. I'm about to crack one open myself!

Cheers,

Keith

Posted by Keith Donald on October 26, 2006 at 06:04 PM EDT
Website: http://blog.interface21.com #

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