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Would you use Spring in a new project?

 
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Hi Rogerio,

In last 6-7 years, all the Java EE projects that I have come across did make use of Spring Framework in one form or the other. For instance, some of the projects made use of Spring only for managing business objects, and in some projects Spring's JDBC or ORM module was used for database interaction, and so on.

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