May 19th, 2006, 10:12 AM
Spring can hardly oversize your application if it's not totally trivial. The stuff you do through Spring is the stuff that needs to be done anyway, you just use different means to do it.
Originally Posted by aitorelo
Where Spring comes in is the point where it "pushes" you to do it "right". It makes it easy to think about the system in terms of cleanly defined decoupled components and it makes it easy to implement it and configure it.
If you use Spring concepts - IoC, DaoSupport, TransactionManagers, transparent Remoting etc. more often then not you will end up with an application whose infrastructure is pretty well designed. And that's exactly what frameworks are for.
May 29th, 2006, 10:46 AM
Thanks a lot!
Thanks a lot Bill! Your answer has been really helpful!