Spring.NET provides integration with ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC versions 2 and 3. There are quick start applications for both Web Forms and MVC. You can read more about Web Form integration in Chapter 22, Spring.NET Web Framework, MVC2 in Chapter 24, Spring.NET ASP.NET MVC Infrastructure for ASP.NET MVC 2.0 and MVC3 in Chapter 25, Spring.NET ASP.NET MVC Infrastructure for ASP.NET MVC 3.0.
The ASP.NET Web Form Quickstart solution provides basic 'Hello World' examples for using a wide variety of Spring.Web features, staring with dependency injection for you pages and user controls. You can use this solution as a starting point and then move on to the SpringAir application that uses a wider range of Spring.Web features. (See Chapter 41, SpringAir - Reference Application). The documention inside the ASP.NET Web Form Quickstart solution and web application will guide you through each feature.
The ASP.NET MVC2 and MVC3 examples show how you can configure various MVC components using the Spring Dependency Injection container.