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Fabian Holzer

If you are referring vast amounts of xml for mapping servlets in the web.xml, that became mostly obsolete when Java EE 6 was released, which was more than eight years ago. Most configuration in Java EE projects nowadays is done by annotations. In that regard the nest.js framework, which makes use of the ES7 decorators (which look nearly like Java annotations, except that the parentheses are never optional, resembles Java EE much more closely than this proposal.