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Getting Started with Spring Framework: Is Spring Framework the defactor standard in industry?

Qunfeng Wang
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Hi Author,

I haven't tried to develop a JEE application. But I heard Spring Framework is quite hot. And most developers choose Spring rather than the J2EE framework by Sun, now Oracle. Does the situation change a little nowadays?


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Bear Bibeault
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Spring is popular, but I would not call it a standard, defacto or otherwise.

Where did you get your statistics regarding the prevalence of its use? Or is it just something you heard?


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