Beginning Java MVC 1.0: Model View Controller Development to Build Web, Cloud, and Microservices Applications

  • 4h 11m
  • Peter Späth
  • Apress
  • 2021

Get started with using the new Java MVC 1.0 framework for model, view, and controller development for building modern Java-based web, native, and microservices applications.

Beginning Java MVC teaches you the basics, then dives in to models, views, controllers. Next, you learn data binding, events, application types, view engines, and more. You will be given practical examples along the way to reinforce what you have learned. Furthermore, you'll work with annotations, internationalization, security, and deployment.

After reading this book, you'll have the know how to build your first full Java-based MVC application.

What You Will Learn

  • Discover the Java MVC 1.0 APIs and how to use them
  • Master the Model, View and Controller design pattern
  • Carry out data binding
  • Write events
  • Work with view engines

Who This Book Is For

Those new to Java MVC 1.0. Some prior experience with Java programming recommended, especially with JSF or Struts.

About the Author

Peter Späth graduated in 2002 as a physicist and soon afterwards became an IT consultant, mainly for Java-related projects. In 2016 he decided to concentrate on writing books, with his main focus set on software development. With two books about graphics and sound processing and two books for Android and Kotlin programming, his new book addresses beginning Jakarta EE developers willing to develop enterprise-level Java applications with Java EE 8.

In this Book

  • About MVC: Model, View, Controller
  • Prerequisite: Jakarta EE/Java EE
  • Development Workflow
  • Hello World for Java MVC
  • Start Working with Java MVC
  • In-Depth Java MVC
  • In-Depth Java MVC: Part II
  • Internationalization
  • Java MVC and EJBs
  • Connecting Java MVC to a Database
  • Logging Java MVC Applications
  • A Java MVC Example Application