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Model-View-Controller or MVC is defined as “a software architectural pattern for implementing user interfaces. It divides a given software application into three interconnected parts, so as to separation internal representations of information from the ways that information is presented to or accepted from the user”. MVC is said to be the most commonly used pattern in Web framework particularly in HTML based applications, this became evident in the recent survey conducted by RebelLabs where Spring MVC topped the chart with 40% votes.
Due to MVC’s popularity and with the result of the latest Java EE survey, JSR 371 was born. JSR 371 aims to develop an MVC specification for Java EE, which is called MVC 1.0. Initially, MVC 1.0 is a part of JAX-RS, the proposal to create a separate JSR for MVC 1.0 was announced by Santiago Pericas-Geertsen last August 19. The leads for this JSR are Oracle’s Santiago Pericas-Geertsen, also a co-lead of JAX-RS Specification and Manfred Riem, also a JSF Specification’s co-lead.
Spring was able to stay on schedule, seven months after they publicized their plan, Spring Framework 4.1 General Availability (GA) has been released and is now accessible. The GA announcement has been made by Juergen Hoeller, co-founder of Spring Framework, in Spring’s blog site last September 4.
Spring Framework 4.1, started its development in January 2014 and had its first release candidate in July followed up by a second release candidate last August 15 which includes fixes and improvements. According to Hoeller, the following are the new features being offered in 4.1:
- Upgraded/complete support for: JCache (107) annotations, JMS 2.0, Web MVC support for Groovy markup templates