Table of ContentsPart 1: Introduction and Functional Specs
Part 2: Java classes
Part 3: HTML and jqGrid
Part 4: XML configuration
Part 5: Running the Application
Presentation LayerTo display our data without page-refresh and interactively, we will add AJAX and jqGrid, a jQuery plugin, to present tabular data.
What is jQuery?
What is jqGrid?
PreviewWe only have a single HTML file (users.jsp, a JSP to be exact) to perform all actions. This page contains our jqGrid table and buttons for interacting with the data.
You might be asking: "What's that humongous lines of jibberish code?" If you'd been following my blog, you would notice that I have tackled jqGrid a couple of times from my previous tutorials. If my explanation in this tutorial isn't enough, please see the following tutorials for an alternative perspective:
- Spring MVC: Integrating MySQL, MongoDB, RabbitMQ, and AJAX - Part 1: jQgrid View
- jqGrid and Spring 3 MVC Integration Tutorial
- Spring 3: Dynamic MVC using jqGrid and MongoDB
An In-depth LookIf we partition this HTML page, you will notice the following sections:
- URL imports
- jqGrid initialization
- HTML table
NextIn the next section, we will focus on the configuration files for enabling Spring MVC. Click here to proceed.
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