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Published: Jul 10 2013 / 06:01

Rule #3 – Use of the Terms “Lightweight” & “Heavyweight” Neither Java EE nor Spring Framework can be described as (light|heavy)weight.
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MCII replied ago:

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Both are heavyweight. But Spring is proprietary and mostly just duplicates functionality already present in Standard Java EE. Why should a developer learn and use an additional framework that adds nothing? That's the point.

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Shane K Johnson replied ago:

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To be honest, I'm not sure how either can be qualified as heavyweight in their lightest form.

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