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#NoXML: Eliminating XML in Your Spring Projects
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| by Matt Raible Follow 5 Followers on Mar 11, 2016 |

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Matt Raible shows how to eliminate XML by configuring Spring beans with JavaConfig and annotations, and how to remove web.xml and configure web components with Java.

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