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So far, we’ve looked at dependency injection and various configuration approaches, and we’ve explored deploying some web services into Apache Tomcat. Along the way we’ve used a small set of Spring modules, picking and choosing as needed. It’s time for us to switch gears and look at Spring Boot, which is a project structure generally aimed at microcontainers; Spring Boot gives us an easier way to get larger feature sets out of Spring and offers an integrated set of services aimed at deploying running applications without having to rely on traditional Jakarta EE services like Apache Tomcat.
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- Spring Boot
Joseph B. Ottinger
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- Chapter 7