Spring Updated to 3.1, More Springy Than Ever

Spring Updated to 3.1, More Springy Than Ever

app development

There are a number of things application developers have had to deal with in the past, especially when working with Java

When their company asked for a new application they would first have to build a framework, and then build the application. This was a time consuming process, until VMWare released the Spring Framework, making the developer’s job much easier. The Spring Framework was recently updated – read on to find out more.

VMWare recently announced that extensions to its Spring Framework are now compatible with Spring 3.1

This update ensures extensions like Spring Android, Integration, Security, Data and Mobile, etc. play nicely with the latest version of Spring, allowing for developers to more quickly develop business solutions and applications.

Who is VMWare?

VMWare was founded in 1998 on the platform of providing virtualization solutions and software to companies of all sizes. The company creates virtualization software to work on Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS X with a focus on shifting businesses onto the cloud, without disturbing existing operations or compromising security.

What is Spring Framework?

Spring Framework is a process that allows developers to develop applications that can be integrated with Web services, security, messaging and databases that use Java. The Spring Framework builds a framework for developers to use, so they don’t have to develop one themselves. Therefore, it allows them to focus on creating and deploying Java applications in a number of different environments.

What do the Updates Bring?

With Spring 3.1, there are a number of updates to the existing framework. The biggest accomplishment with this update is that all of Spring’s Frameworks are compatible with each other. This allows developers to not worry about developing workarounds, if one part of the framework is out of date. In short, it makes developers more efficient, while giving them the ability to develop Java based applications much faster.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.
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