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Spring Modules, What Are Spring Modules

Spring » On Aug 4, 2011 | { 8 Comments }

Actually in spring 1.x, the framework has divided into 7 well defined modules.  But in 2.x framework is divided into 6 modules only..

  • Spring Core Module
  • Spring Context [ J2EE ]
  • Spring DAO Module [ Spring JDBC ]
  • Spring ORM module
  • Spring AOP [ Aspect Oriented Programming ]
  • Spring WEB-MVC Module

Actually in spring 1.x, web, mvc are given as separate modules…

Spring Core Module is the base for all modules, and very important

Let us see one by one module in depth….. :-)


What you are thinkig....

8 Responses to “Spring Modules, What Are Spring Modules”
  1. sankar says:

    Thank is really helpful to me

  2. Java4s says:


    Glad to hear that its helped :-) , thanks for your feedback.

  3. Ajit says:

    Please give information about web-mvc module.

  4. Ranjan says:

    Hi sir
    I have not seen this types of site .
    It is very simple and easy way.This is very usefull for any student.
    One request is that can you give the detail about the struts1,please

  5. Ramu s says:

    Hi ,
    This is very helpful
    but i want more…deeply…

  6. Prasadhini says:


    Thank you for this site. It is very useful.:)
    Can you please write about spring batch.

  7. vijay says:

    Well done sir!!This is excellent platform for all java learners,keep it up.

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