I have read many articles comparing Spring with Java EE. This one is really taking the discussion in a different level. I really love also the mentioning of JBoss and Arquillian as pros on selecting JavaEE !!
The past 1-2 years since the release of Java EE 6, you’ve seen a lot of articles like this latest on TSS that talk about the niceities of Java EE 6’s component model over Spring and how Spring is now legacy. Yup legacy. Who would have thought it? (other than me of course 😉 ) I remember internal JBoss emails 4-5 years ago arguing whether we should give up on promoting Java EE as a component model (aka on EJB) and just concede to Spring. Now, 4-5 years later, Java EE 6 has answered the challenge and is a viable, rich, integration technology. So what happened?
Spring always depended on Java EE
Spring was and has always been a wrapper over core middleware infrastructure: ORM, Transactions, Messaging, HTTP. It always depended core Java EE specs like JPA, JTA, JMS, and Servlet. So, since you couldn’t deploy a Spring app without…
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