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Starting The Frontend

For the frontend we are going to be using Thymeleaf. When you add Thymeleaf to your project using the spring-boot-thymeleaf-starter you will get support for both Thymeleaf V2.x and Thymeleaf V3.x. By default the V2.x support is activated by the

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Controlling The Frontend

Before we can start building our frontend we need to tell our Spring Boot application how to handle the incoming requests and what html page to display. This is done using Spring MVC which we added when we picked the

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Deciding on a frontend

Building web apps means that you need a front end that the users will interact with. With Domino the answer was XPages ( or for the hardcore old school developers you could use forms and views and pages with passthru

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