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What next for Spring ?

 
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Hi,

Spring for long time has been the premier framework for Java Web Developers around the framework.
But what is the next level for Spring framework to include current as well future challenges for Java ?

Regards,
Anujit
 
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Hi Anujit,

Spring has always been at the forefront of addressing challenges faced by Java developers. Spring Data's support for NoSQL databases and Apache Hadoop demonstrates that it will continue to address the challenges faced by Java developers.

regards
ashish
 
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Look at this page for a list of SPring projects. They cover everything from MVC to Big Data to mobile
 
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