The Spring Framework provides a comprehensive programming and configuration model for modern Java-based enterprise applications - on any kind of deployment platform.
A key element of Spring is infrastructural support at the application level: Spring focuses on the "plumbing" of enterprise applications so that teams can focus on application-level business logic, without unnecessary ties to specific deployment environments.
Support Policy and Migration
For information about minimum requirements, guidance on upgrading from earlier versions and support policies, please check out the official Spring Framework wiki page
Core technologies: dependency injection, events, resources, i18n, validation, data binding, type conversion, SpEL, AOP.
Testing: mock objects, TestContext framework, Spring MVC Test,
Data Access: transactions, DAO support, JDBC, ORM, Marshalling XML.
Spring MVC and Spring WebFlux web frameworks.
Integration: remoting, JMS, JCA, JMX, email, tasks, scheduling, cache.
Languages: Kotlin, Groovy, dynamic languages.
Quickstart Your Project
|5.3.22 CURRENT GA||Reference Doc.||API Doc.|
|6.0.0-SNAPSHOT SNAPSHOT||Reference Doc.||API Doc.|
|6.0.0-M5 PRE||Reference Doc.||API Doc.|
|5.3.23-SNAPSHOT SNAPSHOT||Reference Doc.||API Doc.|
|5.2.23.BUILD-SNAPSHOT SNAPSHOT||Reference Doc.||API Doc.|
|5.2.22.RELEASE GA||Reference Doc.||API Doc.|
|Branch||Initial Release||End of Support||End Commercial Support *|
Free security updates and bugfixes with support from the Spring community. See VMware Tanzu OSS support policy.
Business support from Spring experts during the OSS timeline, plus extended support after OSS End-Of-Life.
Publicly available releases for critical bugfixes and security issues when requested by customers.
Generation not yet released, timeline is subject to changes.