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Hi,

I think Spring is supporting many other frameworks and libraries and expanding its dependencies, can you please share some insight on which are the most recent and useful integration done with Spring/Spring Boot.
 
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Spring has always embraced and integrated with other frameworks and libraries. In recent years, the one that comes immediately to mind is integration (under the Spring Cloud project) with the Netflix OSS projects, integration with Hashicorp's Vault, and support for both Reactor and RxJava types in Spring WebFlux controllers. There are certainly others...but these are the ones that I think of immediately...perhaps because they're the ones I work with the most and therefore find them most useful. Others might find other integrations more useful for their situation.

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I think Spring is supporting many other frameworks and libraries and expanding its dependencies, can you please share some insight on which are the most recent and useful integration done with Spring/Spring Boot.

 
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Craig Walls wrote:
Spring has always embraced and integrated with other frameworks and libraries. In recent years, the one that comes immediately to mind is integration (under the Spring Cloud project) with the Netflix OSS projects, integration with Hashicorp's Vault, and support for both Reactor and RxJava types in Spring WebFlux controllers. There are certainly others...but these are the ones that I think of immediately...perhaps because they're the ones I work with the most and therefore find them most useful. Others might find other integrations more useful for their situation.

M Khalid wrote:Hi,

I think Spring is supporting many other frameworks and libraries and expanding its dependencies, can you please share some insight on which are the most recent and useful integration done with Spring/Spring Boot.



Thanks for you comments. Perhaps I would have a look if something can be used in my projects.
 
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