Take the Complexity Out of Enterprise Java
If you're going to build an application, all roads start on the web. Web applications play a crucial part in most application strategies. A web application is one of the biggest and best channels through which people consume your application, and it is the natural extension point to link mobile or rich clients to your application. Today Java is the language of the web, but overly complex tools and frameworks can make Java enterprise development painful. How can you simplify it?
Pivotal is the proud sponsor of Spring and the related open-source JVM technologies Groovy and Grails. Spring helps development teams build simple, portable, fast, and flexible JVM-based systems and applications. Spring is the most popular application development framework for enterprise Java. Millions of developers use Spring to create high-performing, easily-testable, reusable code without any vendor lock-in. Spring provides an incredibly powerful and flexible collection of technologies to improve your enterprise Java application development.
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