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Getting Started With Spring Framework: difference between Spring and Hibernate?

 
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Hello Ashish Sarin and J Sharma,

Congratulations on the book.

I would like to know what's the difference between Spring and Hibernate from your perspective?
What advantages does Spring have over other frameworks?


Kind Regards,
K. Chipeta
 
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Hi Kondwani,

Spring is a platform for developing Java enterprise applications. Hibernate is an ORM framework that simplifies accessing relational databases.

regards,
ashish
 
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