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Theodora has graduated from Computer Engineering and Informatics Department in the University of Patras. She also holds a Master degree in Economics from the National and Technical University of Athens. During her studies she has been involved with a large number of projects ranging from programming and software engineering to telecommunications, hardware design and analysis. She works as a junior Software Engineer in the telecommunications sector where she is mainly involved with projects based on Java and Big Data technologies.

Spring MVC Hidden Value Example

This is an example of how to make use of a hidden value in Spring MVC. Spring MVC provides tags that are very similar to HTML tags and can offer the same functionality. When creating a form, there is sometimes a need to keep a value in a view and use it in a next step, without making it visible ...

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Spring MVC Dropdown Box Example

With this example we shall show you how to create a dropdown box using Spring MVC. Spring MVC provides us with tags similar to HTML tags in functionality. In order to make use of a dropdown box, in Spring MVC, we are going to use the options tag. This tag renders a list of HTML option tags and sets the ...

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Spring MVC Radiobutton And Radiobuttons Example

This is a simple example of how to use the radiobutton and radiobuttons tags in Spring MVC. Among the most famous HTML tags is the radio button tag, that renders one or multiple HTML input tags with type radio. The radiobutton and radiobuttons tags are pretty similar to the HTML radio button tag and they are very easy to use, ...

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Spring MVC Checkbox And Checkboxes Example

This is a simple example of how to create a checkbox and a checkboxes tag in Spring MVC. Among the most famous HTML tags is the checkbox tag, that allows users to check one or more values in a form. Spring MVC checkbox and checkboxes tags are pretty similar to the HTML checkbox tag and they are very easy to ...

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Spring MVC Textarea Example

This is an example of how to create a form in Spring MVC that contains a textarea field. Spring MVC provides a full library to create forms. Tags provided are very similar in functionality to HTML tags. Among the most important ones is the form:textarea tag. Usually textarea fields are included in forms that contain email messages. So, this example ...

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Spring MVC Password Example

With this tutorial we shall create and explain a simple way to add password fields in Spring MVC forms. Spring MVC form tag library, provides support for all known HTML tags. Among the most important ones is the form:password tag, that is very useful in submitting forms. This example contains a simple class, which is the MVC model and has ...

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Spring MVC Textbox Example

This is an example of how to create a form with a textbox in Spring MVC. Spring MVC provides a full form tag library, which is as simple as HTML tags. Spring MVC tags are data binding-aware tags, that allow us to handle form elements, compining JSP and Spring Web MVC. Each tag in Spring MVC provides support for the ...

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Spring MVC View Resolver Example

In this example we shall talk about Spring MVC View Resolvers. View Resolvers are usually provided by all MVC Frameworks, so that models can be rendered in a browser, without being tied to a specific view technology. Spring MVC Framework provides the ViewResolver interface, that maps view names to actual views. It also provides the View interface, which addresses the ...

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Spring MVC Exception Handling Example

This is an example of how to handle exceptions in Spring MVC. In Spring MVC Framework exceptions may occur when a controller is invoked. These exceptions may be handled either with the help of SimpleMappingExceptionResolver class, or with the @ExceptionHandler annotation. SimpleMappingExceptionResolver is a HandlerExceptionResolver implementation for mapping exception class names to view names, either for a set of given ...

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Spring MVC Controller Example

This is an example of Spring MVC Controllers. In Spring MVC, Controllers are used to provide access to the application behavior that is defined through a service interface. Controllers are the ones that interpret user input and transform it into a model that is represented to the user by the view. Here we will create examples, making use of MultiActionController ...

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