Improve Your Software Development Efforts with Spring Application Framework
"Spring" is an application framework that has emerged in the Java community as the best-of-breed. Spring is "lightweight" in that it doesn't require an expensive application server to run and doesn't place heavy implementation requirements on the development team.
Spring applications are implemented using interfaces and plain old Java objects (POJOs). These POJOs, known as Spring beans, are managed in Spring's lightweight container. Spring provides a framework for a full application stack. Some of its features include implementation of some common design patterns such as Factory, Data Access Objects and Model View Controller (MVC).
Don't want to be tied to a specific database or persistence framework? Spring provides a JDBC abstraction layer with integration to the top persistence frameworks. Spring also contains very powerful Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) features that allow you to Aspect-orient any Java object managed via Spring.
Why another Framework? Read what the authors say: www.springframework.org.
At Celeritas we have several reasons why we've adopted the use of Spring. To share just a few of those, let us pose some questions.
Celeritas has found that Spring provides value at every stage of Java software development: Architecture, Design, Coding, Testing, Deployment and Maintenance. (See Case Studies).
Whether you are starting brand new development, enhancing an existing application or maintaining a mission critical application, let Celeritas show you how we can put Spring to work for you and get your project on firm footing.
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One or more products are covered under one or more of the following patents:
US Patent Nos. 6,343,290, 6,725,032, and 7,090,457.