Uses of Package

Packages that use org.springframework.util
Provides miscellaneous interceptor implementations.
SPI interfaces and configuration-related convenience classes for bean factories.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.beans.factory package.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.beans package, such as utility classes for sorting and holding lists of beans.
This package builds on the beans package to add support for message sources and for the Observer design pattern, and the ability for application objects to obtain resources using a consistent API.
Support classes for application events, like standard context events.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.context package, such as abstract base classes for ApplicationContext implementations and a MessageSource implementation.
Provides basic classes for exception handling and version detection, and other core helpers that are not specific to any part of the framework.
Core support package for annotations, meta-annotations, and merged annotations with attribute overrides.
Encoder and Decoder abstractions to convert between a reactive stream of bytes and Java objects.
Support classes for Spring's resource abstraction.
This package defines Spring's core TaskExecutor abstraction, and provides SyncTaskExecutor and SimpleAsyncTaskExecutor implementations.
Core support package for type introspection.
Support classes for the formatting package, providing common implementations as well as adapters.
Contains a basic abstraction over client/server-side HTTP.
Contains an abstraction over client-side HTTP.
Abstractions for reactive HTTP client support including ClientHttpRequest and ClientHttpResponse as well as a ClientHttpConnector.
Provides implementations of Encoder and Decoder for web use.
JSON encoder and decoder support.
Multipart support.
Provides an encoder and a decoder for Google Protocol Buffers.
XML encoder and decoder support.
Provides an HttpMessageConverter abstraction to convert between Java objects and HTTP input/output messages.
Contains an abstraction over server-side HTTP.
Abstractions for reactive HTTP server support including a ServerHttpRequest and ServerHttpResponse along with an HttpHandler for processing.
Support package for declarative messaging configuration, with Java configuration and XML schema support.
This package contains the base message listener container facility.
Support for working with messaging APIs and protocols.
Provides support for message conversion.
Basic abstractions for working with message handler methods.
Support classes for working with annotated message-handling methods with non-blocking, reactive contracts.
Common infrastructure for invoking message handler methods with non-blocking, and reactive contracts.
Support for the RSocket protocol.
Support classes for working with annotated RSocket stream handling methods.
Support classes for handling messages from simple messaging protocols (like STOMP).
Provides a "simple" message broker implementation along with an abstract base class and other supporting types such as a registry for subscriptions.
Configuration support for WebSocket messaging using higher level messaging protocols.
Generic support for simple messaging protocols (like STOMP).
Provides implementations of Message along with a MessageBuilder and MessageHeaderAccessor for building and working with messages and message headers, as well as various MessageChannel implementations and channel interceptor support.
Mock implementations of reactive HTTP client contracts.
Mock implementations of reactive HTTP server contracts.
A comprehensive set of Servlet API 4.0 mock objects, targeted at usage with Spring's Web MVC framework.
Mock objects for the functional web framework.
Java 5 annotation for asynchronous method execution.
Scheduling convenience classes for the java.util.concurrent and jakarta.enterprise.concurrent packages, allowing to set up a ThreadPoolExecutor or ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor as a bean in a Spring context.
Support classes for the open source scheduler Quartz, allowing to set up Quartz Schedulers, JobDetails and Triggers as beans in a Spring context.
Generic support classes for scheduling.
Contains built-in RequestMatcher implementations.
Support for testing Spring WebFlux server endpoints via WebTestClient.
Contains built-in RequestBuilder implementations.
Contains built-in ResultMatcher and ResultHandler implementations.
AOP-based solution for declarative transaction demarcation.
Miscellaneous utility classes, such as String manipulation utilities, a Log4J configurer, and a state holder for paged lists of objects.
Support for CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing), based on a common CorsProcessor strategy.
Support classes for annotation-based handler method processing.
Multipart resolution framework for handling file uploads.
Support classes for the multipart resolution framework.
Provides a foundation for both the reactive client and server subpackages.
Provides a reactive WebClient that builds on top of the org.springframework.http.client.reactive reactive HTTP adapter layer.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.web.reactive.function.client package.
Provides the types that make up Spring's functional web framework for Reactive environments.
Classes supporting the org.springframework.web.reactive.function.server package.
Infrastructure for annotation-based handler method processing.
Abstractions and support classes for reactive WebSocket interactions.
Core interfaces and classes for Spring's generic, reactive web support.
Implementations to adapt to the underlying org.springframework.http.client.reactive reactive HTTP adapter and HttpHandler.
Provides servlets that integrate with the application context infrastructure, and the core interfaces and classes for the Spring web MVC framework.
Annotation-based setup for Spring MVC.
Provides the types that make up Spring's functional web framework for Servlet environments.
Provides standard HandlerMapping implementations, including abstract base classes for custom implementations.
Standard controller implementations for the Servlet MVC framework that comes with Spring.
Common MVC logic for matching incoming requests based on conditions.
Servlet-based infrastructure for handler method processing, building on the org.springframework.web.method package.
MVC infrastructure for annotation-based handler method processing, building on the org.springframework.web.method.annotation package.
Support classes for serving static resources.
Common abstractions and Spring configuration support for WebSocket applications.
Classes adapting Spring's WebSocket API to and from WebSocket providers.
Support for annotation-based WebSocket setup in configuration classes.
Miscellaneous web utility classes, such as HTML escaping, Log4j initialization, and cookie handling.
Dedicated support for matching HTTP request paths.