Spring | Java | IoC | DI
Spring is a framework for the Java programming language used for application development. It is designed to simplify application creation and improve code maintenance by providing a variety of features commonly needed in application development.
Spring is a comprehensive framework that includes various technologies and features such as.
Inversion of Control (IoC): Spring uses the IoC technique to manage the control of dependencies between different components of an application. This makes it possible to minimize dependencies between components and increase code reusability.
Dependency Injection (DI): Spring implements DI to simplify the control of dependencies between components and improve the testability of applications. DI allows developers to define dependencies via configuration files or annotations instead of hard-coding them directly in the code.
Data Access: Spring provides built-in support for various data access technologies, such as JDBC, Hibernate, and JPA. This makes it possible to simplify access to databases and improve application maintenance.
Web: Spring provides built-in support for web application development, including features such as MVC and REST. This makes it possible to develop and maintain web applications quickly and efficiently.
BITS experts have used Spring in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.