Advantages of Spring for Java Full Stack Development

  • Dependency Injection (DI)
  • Aspect-oriented Programming (AOP)
  • Plain Old Java Object (POJO)

Advantages of Java Spring Framework

  • Support Pre-defined Templates: The Spring framework includes a number of Hibernate, JDBC, and JPA template types. This strategy eliminates the need for developers to define complicated code.
  • Loosely Coupled: Because of the dependency injection capabilities, we can consider Spring applications to be loosely connected.
  • Testing is simple and straightforward: A spring framework with a dependency injection technique makes it simple to test the entire application.
  • Rapid Progress: It’s simple to integrate the framework and assist the development of JavaEE-based apps with Dependency Injection.
  • The Web Framework in Spring is well-organized: It’s a web MVC framework that’s a great alternative to web frameworks for building apps with Struts or other popular web frameworks.
  • Spring provides an Appropriate API: It converts JDBC, Hibernate, and JDO technology-specific exceptions into uniform, uncontrollable exceptions.
  • IoC Lightweight: It’s light, that facilitates the development and deployment of apps on computers with limited memory and CPU resources.
  • Management of Constant Transactions: Spring has an interface for scaling down to a local transaction (for example, utilizing a single database) and scaling up to global transactions (for example, JTA).

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