As I talked about in my other article about some of the top Java REST API frameworks, in today’s world of modern software development, REST API frameworks play a crucial role in developing efficient and scalable microservices. Java has several frameworks for developing REST APIs, but three of the most popular ones are Spring Boot, Quarkus, and Micronaut. In this article, we will compare these frameworks, their features, and their pros and cons.
Spring Boot is a popular Java-based framework that is widely used for developing RESTful APIs. It is built on top of the Spring Framework and provides a simplified and opinionated approach to building microservices. Spring Boot provides a lot of built-in features and functionalities that make it easy to get started with microservices.