In the first chapter, you will learn how to bootstrap your application effectively and how to leverage spring boot to get started with spring MVC in a couple of minutes
In the second chapter, we will design a twitter search engine, learning the principles of MVC and DDD along the way.
In this chapter, we will implement file upload and see how to handle errors in Spring MVC
In this chapter, we will have a look a the principles of RESTful API and learn how to craft one using Spring MVC
In this chapter, we’ll learn how to secure our web application and also how to cope with the security challenges of modern, distributed web applications.
In this chapter we will learn how to test our application with spring test and fluentlenium as well as with geb and spock.
In this chapter we will be looking at different techniques to improve our application's performances using cache, gzipping, etags, async and websockets
In this chapter, we’ll take a tour of the different cloud providers, understand the challenges and benefits of a distributed architecture and we’ll deploy our web application on Heroku.
I'm writing a book on Spring MVC 4 called 'Mastering Spring MVC 4' for Packt Publishing