When you embark on the creation of a Java web application, you need to put together a series of Java classes, create configuration files, and establish a particular layout, all of which have little to do with the problems an application solves. Such pieces are often called “scaffolding code” or “scaffolding steps,” since they are just the means to an end—the end being what an application actually accomplishes.
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