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Spring stories - are you using Spring in an enterprise application?

 
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This keeps coming up all the time. People want to find out who is currently using Spring in their enterprise applications. For a lot of people this is an important factor before they can recommend Spring to the management or devote time for a serious look at Spring.

If you have used or are using Spring in a production application, please share your experience.

Quite a number of people participated in this discussion on Spring on TSS, but most of it dates back to late 2003 -
Introducing the Spring Framework - Rod Johnson

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www.springframework.com has a nice list.
 
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My last thoughts on using Spring (I am currently working on this) are
published here.

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My team is currently developing a loan application interface for use in various indirect and direct lending scenarios for our customers. After building the first portion, which accesses NADA information to provide car values for an application, the developers were so excited about Spring that they want to go back and use it to replace Struts for our main website!
 
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Originally posted by Matt Raible:
www.springframework.com has a nice list.



Thanks Matt, exactly what I was looking for.
 
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