What is Spring Boot?
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Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Spring Boot in their tech stack.
Hi. I am a backend developer in a company tasked with recoding a legacy application, choosing the right technology stack, and then later hiring for that stack.
This is a freight/logistics/courier application made 15 years ago in PHP with no modern framework used. In this application, customers from different countries login into their accounts and add a huge number of shipments, like let's say 500, and then, later on, generate PDFs for them after calling third-party APIs. This application has API integrations with lots of other companies and also offers API access to its own software as well. This application is also used in-house by warehouse people to scan different shipments using barcode scanners and to process shipments by performing different actions on them. The database being used currently is MySQL.
Now we have the choice to write this application in a modern technology stack. Performance, speed, reliability, and security are the primary concerns here.
Should I go with Java/Spring Boot with Angular2+ as the front end or PHP/Laravel with Vue.js as the front end?
Switching at this point from PHP to Java will not be hard if Java is considered better here because we can hire as per our final decision.
So, I have been doing Java for 1 year now and I learnt Spring Boot, I have also learnt basics of MERN stack, I wanted to continue with spring boot but when I looked for Jr Developers jobs in spring boot there seems to be very few (I was looking for remote jobs), all the job posts were for senior developers and this has made me worried if I should continue with spring boot.
Please help me with this one, thank you.
I am a final year student and am wondering between Java and .NET Core.
Where I live, Java/Spring Boot has a larger market share and is also the majority of what I learn in school. As for C#/.NET Core, it is gradually being chosen by many companies, along with its potential being evaluated by the community recently and through some tutorials I think I quite like it.
Which one should I choose as the first step of my internship?
Hello, there are 4 of us in the company and I am the only software guy.
We are going to make a web app for a client where orders are going to be taken into account and manufacturing orders (MO) are created in an optimal way.
Our client is going to provide us with the data to train an artificial intelligence model that will create manufacturing orders in an optimal way. The data will be: employees (schedule, calendar...), orders that are created, and manufacturing processes (MP) with their respective dependencies in terms of other MPs.
I am thinking about creating the AI with Python and deploying it. Then create a web (I don't know which technologies to use. If frontend React or do it all with Spring Boot or Django) and make requests to the AI API. I have no experience with React and with the other two I have very little experience.
Which technology should I use?
Currently, I'm working as a frontend dev. I work with Angular. Also, have experience with Dart/Flutter. To learn some tools for the backend, what should I choose ASP.NET Core or Spring Boot?
I have to use one of these two frameworks for a test in one week. I have an extremely small amount of exposure to Spring Boot and no exposure to Flask. Which should I learn?