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Spring, Hibernate, Data Modeling, REST and TDD: question

 
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What are the pros and cons of using Spring MVC for REST versus Jersey?

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Jersey is a reference implementation whereas Spring REST does not follow the spec. I have not used Jersey but I heard it is as easy and simple to use as Spring. REST is an architectural style and hence Spring can also be used even if it does not follow the spec.
 
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