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How much of Spring do you use?

 
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On https://spring.io/projects you can see that there are over 12 Spring frameworks/projects that can be used.
Here is a quick listing:
  • Spring Boot
  • Spring Framework
  • Spring Cloud Data Flow
  • Spring Cloud
  • Spring Data
  • Spring Integration
  • Spring Batch
  • Spring Security
  • Spring HATEOAS
  • Spring Rest Docs
  • Spring Social
  • Spring AMQP
  • Spring Mobile
  • Spring for Android
  • Spring Web Flow
  • Spring Web Services
  • Spring LDAP
  • Spring Session
  • Spring Shell
  • Sfring Flow
  • Spring Kafka
  • Spring Statemachine
  • Spring IO Platform

  • How many of different Spring projects/frameworks have you used and do you recall which ones you used?

    I have used Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring AMQP and Spring Data in the past following along with projects in a Spring Boot 2 tutorial.
     
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    Boot, Framework, Security, HATEOAS, Social, Platform.

    Most of these were just to try it out a bit, or help beginning programmers on these boards. I've made one project for myself using Spring, and I believe I only used Spring Framework and HATEOAS.
     
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    For most web application projects in Java, I use Jersey. It's the first Web MVC framework that I ever learned, and since I prefer the JAX-RS annotations over the Spring annotations I always kinda stuck with it.
     
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    For my current project at work I use zero Spring.
     
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    Spring framework, Security, Web, Rest, Social, Integration, Test, Boot, Orm.
    I have used Spring in almost all the projects.
    At few points it is the good option like Security, Rest. Easy configurations with extensive functionality and use.
     
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