A software framework is a reusable software platform/code that makes the life of developers easy by providing something commonly needed out of the box probably as a Jar file; developers can then use it or extend it.
Most examples we see for Spring Boot explain features of Spring Boot. However, enterprise projects might follow different architectural patterns and best practices. I will focus on such best practices and architectural patterns here. I will be using Maven, however, you may use Gradle instead if you want.
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