Prior to Annotations, the Spring Framework's configuration was largely dependent on XMLs. Using XML configurations was not only a tedious process, but also an error-prone. If you committed any syntactical mistake in XML, sometimes it takes time to fix. But now-a-days annotations, particularly Spring Boot Annotations provide us remarkable capabilities in configuring Spring Framework's behavior. Moreover, Annotations caused major changes in programming style and slowly making the XML-based configurations outdated. The Java Programming introduced support for Annotations from JDK 1.5. However Spring Framework started supporting annotations from the release 2.5. Obviously, we are going to discuss about Spring Boot Annotations With Examples and their usages. Here in this article on 'Spring Boot Annotations With Examples', we will discuss about all annotations
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