Webpage development in Java using Spring MVC, JSTL, Javascript and JQuery

How this website is structured in development:

1.) VIEW format – This is the front page view as shown in the browser. components: HTML and CSS for page layout, Spring MVC tags and JSTL for JSP for Java integration to Controller side.

2.) VIEW logic – Javascript and Jquery is used to create button/checkbox logic and is integrated to the HTML

3.) CONTROLLER – Built using Java classes using J2EE/HTTP libraries with Servlet Request and Response parameters. Spring annotations are also included to bind the Controller and the Models

4.) MODEL – Java classes that are POJOs ( Plain-Old-Java-Objects ) which has fields, setters and getters. Models are data storages on the transaction level. These are integrated to the JSP page and can also be used to be integrated to the Database frameworks such as Hibernate and Spring with Hibernate.

Before JSTL, the Java, Spring, Hibernate and Struts design was popular. Struts was used to bind the UI components to the Java and Spring server side code. Here is my post on Struts, Spring, and Hibernate configuration.

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