I'm new to Spring framework and Spring Boot.
I've implemented a very simple RESTful Spring Boot web application.
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How can the app service external static HTML, css js files?
For example, the directory structure may be as follows:
MyApp\ MyApp.jar (this is the Spring Boot app that services the static files below) static\ index.htm images\ logo.jpg js\ main.js sub.js css\ app.css part\ main.htm sub.htm
I've read the method to build a .WAR file that contains static HTML files, but since it requires rebuild and redeploy of WAR file even on single HTML file modification, that method is unacceptable.
An exact and concrete answer is preferable since my knowledge of Spring is very limited.