Java Spring Boot 

Java Spring Boot is a tool that simplifies the development of web applications and microservices with the Java Spring Framework. It offers three core capabilities: Autoconfiguration, an opinionated approach to configuration, and the ability to create standalone applications. These features work together to provide you with a tool that allows you to set up a Spring-based application with minimal configuration and setup. Spring Boot applications can also be optimized and run with various runtimes.

Key benefits of using Java Spring Boot:

  • Autoconfiguration: Applications are initialized with pre-set dependencies that you don’t have to configure manually.
  • Opinionated Approach: Spring Boot uses an opinionated approach to adding and configuring starter dependencies, based on the needs of your project.
  • Standalone Applications: The ability to create standalone applications.
  • Time-Efficient: Spring Boot facilitates rapid application development, reducing the time spent in development.
  • Reduced Manual Work: It reduces all the manual work of writing annotations, boilerplate codes, and XML configurations.
  • Embedded Servers: Prebuilt embedded servers (Tomcat, Jetty, and Undertow) lead to accelerated and more productive app deployment.
  • Less Source Code: Spring Boot requires less source code.