Session title: Web Application Development with Spring, GWT and MVP
Session type: Case Study / Experience Report
Session duration: 90
Speaker: Paul Grenyer
Biography: Paul has been programming in one form or another for over 20 years. After several years using C++ and a brief period using C#, Paul is now happy somewhere he hoped he'd never be, programming in Java.
After time in industries such as marking machinery, direct mail, mobile phones, investment banking and Internet TV, Paul is currently working for a company based in Norwich where he heads up an ever growing team of senior and highly skilled people.
When he's not programming and family life allows, Paul thoroughly enjoys science fiction, heavy metal and cycling.
Session description: In Enterprise Web Application Development in Java with AJAX and ORMs (ACCU London March 2010 and ACCU2010) I spoke about how to develop and test a Data Access Layer and integrate it with a very simple Google Web Toolkit (GWT) based front end.
In Web Application Development with Spring, GWT and MVP I will demonstrate how to take advantage of Spring's Model View Controller implementation to add Spring Security to a GWT application and show how an adapter can be used to map it onto almost any user domain model. I will then go on to demonstrate the power of the Google Web Toolkit when developing web applications.
Throughout the session I will build an application and demonstrate each new feature by running and operating the application.
No knowledge of the previous session is required.