Spring is a popular open-source framework for building enterprise-level Java applications. It provides a wide range of features and capabilities that make it easier to develop, test, and deploy applications, while also improving overall application performance and scalability.
The Spring framework is built on top of the Java platform and provides a number of powerful tools and libraries for developers. These include features such as dependency injection, aspect-oriented programming, and declarative transaction management, as well as support for building web applications using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture.
One of the key benefits of Spring is its modularity and flexibility. Developers can choose to use only the components they need, and can easily integrate Spring with other frameworks and technologies.
Spring is widely used in the development of a variety of applications, including web applications, mobile applications, and microservices. It is supported by a large and active community of developers, and is continuously updated with new features and capabilities.
Spring is an open-source framework and is available under the Apache License, which means that it can be freely used, modified, and distributed by anyone.
Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brooks Computing Systems, LLC authored this article.