I looked for my master’s thesis at Spring Boot for a very short time. Since it was not possible to use it inside the sandboxed App Engine runtime, I dropped the approach early. If a framework supports the Servlet API, the Ringo JSGI servlet can always be the target for a request. Therefore, it should be easy to route traffic to a Ringo application in the context of Spring Boot.
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(I should clarify I've made a little "RingoServletRegistrar" class that registers an instance of the JsgiServlet as a bean with the init params drawn from application.properties such as the above).
Again, if anybody's interested in using ringo with spring boot like this let me know and I'll consider doing a pull request with what I've done. You can post here or if it's been a while you might have better luck emailing me at darren...@gmail.com.
Fwiw in my case it's an angular front end talking to a spring boot/ringo backend, exchanging json messages via ajax.