So far we have implemented and configured the classes for persisting social connection information for users, and tied Spring Social’s Web support in to our sign in and sign up processes in Spring MVC and Spring Security. We have a few last changes to make to our Spring MVC, Java web app, and Spring Security configuration. Then we’ll actually make all this awesome new functionality available in the views of our application. Then we’ll be done! Suddenly way more people will be using your Web application because they can sign in quickly and easily using their Facebook and Twitter accounts. And your app can get social by acting on behalf of your users on their social networks. And best of all it will be trivial for you to add support for other social network providers (e.g. LinkedIn, GitHub, Foursquare, etc.).