Among the latest features in Spring Web Flow 2.0, Keith Donald of the Spring team talks about the following:
* We have introduced a simplified XML flow definition syntax. Take the latest Spring Travel reference application for a test drive to see it, or compare the old version of one of our example flows to the latest version. What do you think? Much of the simplification comes from enhanced use of EL and simpler tags for executing actions. For example, you can now use EL to execute any method on any Spring bean, in addition to any flow variable. * We have introduced integration with Spring Security 2. The Spring Travel reference app shows how to secure a flow using the "secured" element. You can also secure states and transition elements as well.
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