Spring Web MVC Framework Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 12m
  • 12 questions
The Spring Web MVC Framework Literacy (Beginner Level) benchmark assesses your knowledge of the inversion of control design principle, the model-view-controller (MVC) design pattern, and the components of Spring MVC. You will be evaluated on your skills in configuring view resolvers for logical view names and Spring beans using annotations. Learners who score high on this benchmark demonstrate that they have the skills to work with the Spring Framework and model-view-controller design pattern and build a Spring MVC application.

Topics covered

  • configure Spring beans using annotations
  • configure the application context programmatically
  • configure the application context using XML
  • describe the essential elements that make up the Spring MVC architecture
  • identify the different projects in the Spring framework
  • identify the need for dependency management in projects
  • list the key features of the Spring framework
  • outline how inversion of control is implemented in Spring
  • recognize the core technologies used in Spring MVC
  • run a Maven web application on the Tomcat server
  • run a Spring MVC application using Eclipse
  • specify a view resolver for logical view names