Top Java Frameworks 2020

In this post, we would like to suggest a few popular Java frameworks that Java developers should know.

1. Spring Framework

Spring Framework is a powerful lightweight application development framework used for Enterprise Java (JEE).

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2. Hibernate Framework

Hibernate ORM is a stable object-relational mapping framework for Java. It makes better communication possible between the Java programming language and relational database management systems (RDBMS).

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3. Apache Struts

This is another enterprise-level framework, maintained by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). This fully-featured Java web application framework that allows the developers to create an easy-to-maintain Java application.

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4. Google web toolkit [GWT]

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a completely free, open-source framework that helps the developers to write client-side Java code and establish it as JavaScript. A lot of Google products are written using GWT such as AdSense, Google Wallet, and Blogger.

Read more at Google web toolkit [GWT].

5. JavaServer Faces

JavaServer Faces (JSF) is developed by Oracle for building user interfaces for Java-based web applications. It’s an official standard of the Java Community Process (JCP) initiative. It’s a pretty stable framework.

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6. Grails Framework

Grails is a dynamic framework, coined by the Groovy JVM programming language. It is an object-oriented language for the Java platform which intends to enhance developer productivity. The syntax is compatible with Java, and it’s compiled to JVM (Java Virtual Machine) bytecode. Grails works with Java technologies, including Java EE containers, Spring, SiteMesh, Quartz, and Hibernate.

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7. Vaadin Framework

Vaadin is a web application framework that focuses on UX accessibility. It provides you with a platform for streamlined Java development. Vaadin also allows you to build web applications of customizable components.

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Let us know if there is any popular Java framework that you want to add to this list.