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Java frameworks

Can anyone suggest me the best framework for java

12/17/2018 6:15:37 PM

Yogeshwar kumar sahu

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For me Spring definitely is must have, "Inside" you have a lot of interesting parts like security, boot (ATM so hyped) And jpa and its implementation hibernate - ORM in general.

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I don't know about the best. But here are some useful frameworks for useful things. jSoup - A framework which could deal with REST functions and a HTML parser https://jsoup.org Spring - https://spring.io/projects/spring-framework Apache Commons - https://raygun.com/blog/popular-java-frameworks/ And don't forget to check this - https://raygun.com/blog/popular-java-frameworks/

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The best for what? It’s always up to the project. For simple REST applications Spring is a good choice, but in enterprise environment you may find Akka more suitable. At last, first planning, then pick the best choice for it.

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Spring for me.