Spring Boot | Spring | Java
Spring Boot is an application development framework based on the Spring Framework. It is designed to simplify and speed up the development of applications in Java by automating many of the configuration tasks that would otherwise have to be done manually.
Spring Boot is widely used for microservices development because it provides an easy way to create and launch an application that has a REST interface. It is also well suited for developing applications with other architectural styles, such as monolithic applications.
Spring Boot works well with other technologies and frameworks, such as:
Spring MVC: A framework for developing web applications based on the Spring Framework.
Hibernate: A framework for managing database access in Java.
Thymeleaf: A template engine for Java used for creating web pages.
Gradle: A build automation tool commonly used for building Java applications.
Overall, Spring Boot is a useful platform for developing applications in Java because it automates many of the manual configuration tasks and simplifies and speeds up application development.
BITS experts have used Spring Boot in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.