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I think they use Spring. I just followed both spring.io and baeldung :). - Source: Reddit / 24 days ago
If you are already familiar with Java, look into spring boot (https://spring.io). Their tutorials will walk you through the environment and eventually get to connecting to a database. Start with one technology at a time and one feature (backend, then database then front end). - Source: Reddit / 10 days ago
Frameworks are of course allowed as well. For example, Spring is a DI framework, which uses annotations, xml and reflection to create the static service (component) graph, so it definitely matches the definition. Whether it make sense to sacrifice control over how you create objects and rely on runtime reflection is exchange for a little less code, is another debate. - Source: dev.to / about 17 hours ago
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