My thoughts:

  • microservices are becoming popular for distributed architecture
  • java is (for now) a main course in enterprise applications
  • JEE stack too

How to reduce a boilerplate (including Maven scripts, etc.) for microservices? It is really painfull having repeated code twice or more times. Is there any good solution/behavior/attitude for staying in JEE stack and just don't messing with these repeated boileplate issues?

  • Well honestly I see very limited dependency on the JEE stack in general besides the use of the servlet container. I see Spring making quite a lot of progress in Microservices and you don't need a container to work with spring.
    – Y123
    Apr 23, 2015 at 23:01
  • What exactly boilerplate do you mean? Something JEE specific? Or some generic approach to architecture micro-services? Apr 25, 2015 at 21:01


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