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  • 4
    I'm sorry for you.
  • 1
    @krister-alm what do you suggest?
  • 2
    @groot Anything but Java. Even C# is bettet, although not so much.
  • 3
    @krister-alm why? I think spring boot is great
  • 2
    I use Java EE and JPA for Backend (Angular for Frontend)
  • 3
    That's great. I'm using spring MVC, it does a lot of magic. Lol.

    Warning - welcome to the world of countless hours of head banging to figure out some setup that is supposed to be working 😂
  • 1
    @creativeJuice Spring MVC is truly amazing.

    I am using the Spring Boot module for a stand-alone app. I'm still learning and trying to understand the whole Spring Framework though. It's quite a handful.
  • 1
    @Cthulhu Spring Boot is amazing however, I feel the annotations conceal a lot of functionalities and that can kind of make it a bit tricky to debug.
  • 0
    Try vaadin
  • 1
    @krister-alm Why not. You do realize that Java is one of the most mature languages out there? But the true strength of Java ecosystem cannot be even overseen at low scale. At large scale applications 1-10M LOC’s it actually shows its true strength in form of its refactoring, monitoring, instrumentation, profiling and other tools. “But but... muh microservices!” Yeah, putting a network in between your application will bring you success.
  • 0
    If you don't like spring, there are many other frameworks for java. Just read about micronaut, but didn't get to try it.
    http://micronaut.io
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