Java Framework – You will find some important java frameworks in this blog. Java is a powerful programming language, because it is Object Oriented, High level and Platform independent programming language. And as a Java developer everyone would like to write a blog on its unique features. Here is one that I would like to share on the important java frameworks that you have to learn and keep yourself updated for a great career in IT.
Framework gives a structure to your applications and you can automate a lot of things with these frameworks. I will touch up on the few important Java frameworks that are important for any IT Professional who wants to be an efficient Java developer.
The number of frameworks which work on the base of Java is many, but as generation moves on and the requirement keeps getting challenged the framework is growing. And it’s the developer’s responsibility to pick the right package to their requirements.
It’s a lightweight framework and it makes it easy for Java developers to create web applications using spring. Spring supports Aspect Oriented Program (AOP) and it increases the modularity of an app. It allows users to implement custom aspects and this is one reason we term it as the key component of Spring. It reduces a lot of development time and increases productivity. And it is easy to integrate spring boot applications with spring ecosystems like Spring JDBC, Spring ORM, Spring Data etc.
People who start Spring Boot recently to learn have this question always in mind. What is the difference between Spring vs Spring Boot ? Since now everyone is talking about Spring Boot, my understanding about this two is below,
Spring has more focus on its core features and MVC features where a developer needs to configure manually and define the feature that is of use for the application when required. Whereas Spring Boot will auto load all the features of spring core and MVC automatically. Developer no need to define any specific configuration manually. So the better option is is Start with Spring Boot.
Spring core has multiple modules which is vital for different purposes and use modules which explained above like Spring JDBC, MVC, AOP, ORM etc are very much useful for any aspect as per project requirements. We can configure and utilise these features well as per system or project requirements. Whereas Spring Boot can utilize all those requirements easily just define the application as @SpringBootConfiguration, that annotation enough to manage for loading entire spring configuration or all the modules features based on the jar files or dependency mentioned for that specific spring boot project.
Hibernate is another important Java framework and it’s an object relational mapping tool that offers a framework for mapping an object oriented domain model to a relational database. Main benefit of the Hibernate framework is that it simplifies the development of java applications to interact with databases.
Just imagine how do you convert the relational database into Java objects ? that’s it Hibernate. The framework will map your database with Java , If you’re always working with relational databases, the Hibernate ORM framework could easily become your choice.
Hibernate provides a reference implementation of the Java Persistence API that makes it a great choice as an ORM tool with benefits of loose coupling and note that Hibernate is a JPA implementation.
The Oracle-built, stable framework comes with a component-based MVC environment to create beautiful “faces” for Java applications. It’s packed to the brim with libraries that allow developers to experiment with the front end with no frameworks introduced for that part.
It’s often a huge task for back end developers to get the front side of complex applications right. This is where JSF comes in handy. JSF reduces the effort in creating and maintaining applications, which will run on a Java application server. It will render application UI on to a target client. So JSF provides the developers with the capability to create Web applications from collections of UI components. And it can render themselves in different ways for multiple client types (for example – HTML browser, wireless, or WAP device).
It’s not much important as we don’t use it in any web development after Spring has appeared. But still many legacy applications are running on Struts 1 and 2.
Struts is an Apache-run enterprise-level framework perfect for web developers, it provides service of UI and service development.
Struts is an open source framework that extends the Java Servlet API and employs a Model, View, Controller (MVC) architecture. It enables you to create maintainable, extensible, and flexible web applications. So, It is based on standard technologies, such as JSP pages, JavaBeans, resource bundles, and XML.
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