C H A P T E R 11
Building Applications with Spring Web Flow
In the previous chapter on Spring Web Flow, we introduced you to Web Flow's main features and what it can do for you. We also covered what a basic Web Flow configuration looks like and how it can be integrated with Spring MVC. We saw some basic elements that are part of almost every flow, such as the view state and the evaluate action. And we ended by converting our Bookstore to a basic Web Flow-enabled application.
In this chapter, we will continue to look at more features of Web Flow. For example, we will see all the features required to turn the bookstore in a real-world application. We will be starting from the bookstore as we left it in the previous chapter, which we will be refactoring ...