Artifacts using Apache Log4j (18,700)

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Implementation of the SLF4J API for Logback, a reliable, generic, fast and flexible logging framework.
Last Release on Apr 17, 2024
SLF4J LOG4J-12 relocated to slf4j-reload4j
Last Release on Apr 12, 2024

Relocated → org.slf4j » slf4j-reload4j
Spring Context provides access to configured objects like a registry (a context). It inherits its features from Spring Beans and adds support for internationalization, event propagation, resource loading, and the transparent creation of contexts.
Last Release on Jun 13, 2024
Apache Commons Logging is a thin adapter allowing configurable bridging to other, well-known logging systems.
Last Release on May 15, 2024
Implementation for Apache Log4J, a highly configurable logging tool that focuses on performance and low garbage generation. It has a plugin architecture that makes it extensible and supports asynchronous logging based on LMAX Disruptor.
Last Release on Mar 10, 2024
Spring Web provides integration features such as multipart file upload functionality and the initialization of the IoC container using Servlet listeners and a web-oriented application context. It also contains an HTTP client and the web-related parts of Spring remote support.
Last Release on Jun 13, 2024
Basic building block for Spring that in conjunction with Spring Beans provides dependency injection and IoC features.
Last Release on Jun 13, 2024
Spring Beans provides the configuration framework and basic functionality to instantiate, configure, and assemble java objects.
Last Release on Jun 13, 2024
Spring webmvc contains Spring’s model-view-controller (MVC) and REST Web Services implementation for web applications. It provides a clean separation between domain model code and web forms and integrates with all of the other features of the Spring Framework.
Last Release on Jun 13, 2024
Groovy: A powerful, dynamic language for the JVM
Last Release on Mar 1, 2024

Relocated → org.apache.groovy » groovy-all