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The Spring Framework is an open source Java platform, which allows the developers build robust Java based applications rapidly and easily. Spring Framework provides support for JPA, Hibernate, Web services, Schedulers, Ajax, Struts, JSF and various other frameworks and hence considered to be very useful.

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The Spring Framework is an open source Java platform, which allows the developers build robust Java based applications rapidly and easily.

Spring Framework was first written by Rod Johnson and was for the first time released under the Apache 2.0 license in June 2003. Later many advance versions of spring were released such as Spring framework 1.0 in 2004-05, Spring 1.2.6 framework in 206 for which it also won the Jolt productivity award and a JAX Innovation Award, Spring 2.0 in 2006, Spring 2.5 in 2007, Spring 3.0 in 2009, and Spring 3.1 in 2011 and the latest version Spring 3.2.4 framework was recently launch in August 2013. Moreover, Spring Framework 4.0 is expected to be released by the end of 2013, which is likely to be added with many advance features.

Spring Framework provides support for JPA, Hibernate, Web services, Schedulers, Ajax, Struts, JSF and various other frameworks and hence considered to be very useful. Moreover, the Spring MVC components can be utilized for the development of MVC based web applications. Spring Framework is embedded with many features that make the enterprise application building quite easy.

At Roseindia.net, you will find a comprehensive range of Spring Framework tutorials for beginners as well as expert developers, which covers a wide range of spring topics beginning from environment setup, inversion of control (IoC), dependency injection, bean, Spring MVC and much more.

Here is some suggested articles that covering the Spring Framework topics given belows:

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Posted on: September 19, 2013

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