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Getting Started with Spring Framework: what changed in five years?

Yvette Schat
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Joined: Dec 05, 2011
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Hi,

It is a (very) (very) long time since I worked with Spring...

In a nutshell, what were the most important changes since 5 years?

Thank you,

Yvette
Ashish Sarin
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Hi Yvette,

Spring is one of the fastest growing platform for developing Java EE applications. In last 5 years a lot has changed. For instance, you can now use annotations to do almost everything in Spring, support for embedded databases, RESTful web services support, and a lot more. For more details, please refer to the reference documentation of Spring.

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ashish


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