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Good day,

Could anyone please share your experience on any UI framework that pair nicely with Spring framework?

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Spring MVC with JSP (one project) and JSPX (another, more recent, project).
 
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Thanks Emanuel , could you please share your experience on JSPX ?
 
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The one noticeable difference with JSPX over JSP was that our code looked much cleaner and more modular. This may partly be due to the team's better experience and diligence, but some of it I think comes from the usage of JSPX. It's a pretty complex UI with lots of JavaScript, Ajax and reverse Ajax, so it helps to keep the Java/JSPX pieces small and clean. I think Spring MVC fits quite well with JSP and JSPX. Both projects were good experiences.
 
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