Partner – Jmix-Haulmont – NPI (cat= Spring Boot)
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Whether you're just starting out or have years of experience, Spring Boot is obviously a great choice for building a web application.

Jmix builds on this highly powerful and mature Boot stack, allowing devs to build and deliver full-stack web applications without having to code the frontend. Quite flexibly as well, from simple web GUI CRUD applications to complex enterprise solutions.

Concretely, The Jmix Platform includes a framework built on top of Spring Boot, JPA, and Vaadin, and comes with Jmix Studio, an IntelliJ IDEA plugin equipped with a suite of developer productivity tools.

The platform comes with interconnected out-of-the-box add-ons for report generation, BPM, maps, instant web app generation from a DB, and quite a bit more:

>> Become an efficient full-stack developer with Jmix

Course – RWSB – NPI (cat=REST/Spring Boot)
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Now that the new version of REST With Spring - “REST With Spring Boot” is finally out, the current price will be available until the 22nd of June, after which it will permanently increase by 50$

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Course – LS – All
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Get started with Spring Boot and with core Spring, through the Learn Spring course:

>> CHECK OUT THE COURSE

1. The 2015 Numbers

Spring 4 came out in December 2013 and it’s been slowly ramping up ever since.

In May 2015, I ran a survey that puts Spring 4 adoption at 65% and Spring Boot adoption at 34%.

2. The New 2016 Spring Numbers

Last week I just wrapped up a the new “Java and Spring in 2016” survey and received 2253 answers from the community.

In March of 2016, 81.1% of Spring users are using Spring 4 – so definitely a lot of growth since last years 65%:

3. The Spring Boot Numbers

Spring Boot is even more interesting, growing from 34% last year to 52.8%:

4. Conclusion

The new numbers are quite interesting, especially the Spring Boot ones which clearly show Boot reached critical mass as it broke the 50% mark.

Out of the full 2255 participants, 388 (17.2%) voted as not using Spring – but keep in mind that my audience is skewed towards Spring developers.

And of course Spring 5 is less than a year away and 4.3 is even closer – so things are going to be just as fast-paced in 2016.

Course – RWSB – NPI (cat=REST/Spring Boot)
announcement - icon

Now that the new version of REST With Spring - “REST With Spring Boot” is finally out, the current price will be available until the 22nd of June, after which it will permanently increase by 50$

>> GET ACCESS NOW

Course – LS – All
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Get started with Spring Boot and with core Spring, through the Learn Spring course:

>> CHECK OUT THE COURSE

res – REST with Spring (eBook) (everywhere)
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