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11 Comments on "Spring Boot Quick Start 14 – What’s Happening Here: Embedded Servlet Container"

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Marco Vargas Globant
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Marco Vargas Globant
29 days 8 hours ago

How to use JSP/JSF in spring boot? :-/

CuriousMan
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CuriousMan
2 months 2 days ago
Great tutorial and I am grateful you shared your knowledge with us , but I think you have to review your perception of stand alone application! Spring boot is not a stand alone application. Despite been put it together in a package, Saying that would be a disrespect to personnel from Maven who are doing great job, as well as Apache group and Sun Microsystems (Java). you wouldn't say that wamp or xampp are stand alone server side application, would you? Plus can you produce front end development with spring boot? The answer is no, you gonna use jsp or… Read more »
Saif Idrees
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Saif Idrees
2 months 13 days ago

I have some weird excited smile because I know I am going to understand the concepts the way kaushik sir teaches

Pasupuleti Rohini
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Pasupuleti Rohini
2 months 27 days ago

Question: As spring boot has embedded tomcat server, how it works in production environment where we need multiple servers?

KhanSlayer
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KhanSlayer
4 months 4 days ago

Perfect.

Rustem Jantayev
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Rustem Jantayev
4 months 23 days ago

it's awesome!! thank you !!!

Narender Majoka
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Narender Majoka
5 months 21 days ago

Hi, your tutorials are so helpfull. can u please tell how eclipse download jars w.r.t. dependencies in xml by just pressing ctrl+s.

Gnaneshwar Rao
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Gnaneshwar Rao
2 months 3 days ago

Its not Eclipse, but Maven does. You set Maven path while installing (else it chooses default one). It downloads jars in that location, which is being showed in eclipse.

Anuj Victor
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Anuj Victor
6 months 11 days ago

hi, what is the difference between servlet container and spring container?

Sachin Hadke
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Sachin Hadke
5 months 19 days ago

@Anuj, my understanding about servlet container is something that manages lifecycle (start and stop) of servlet whereas spring container manages lifecycle of spring beans such as HelloController in this tutorial. A spring container can be started as standalone container as well as a container inside servlet container.

nitin jaiman
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nitin jaiman
6 months 26 days ago

Please make a tutorial series for jedis (redis) and any unit testing framework.

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