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Spring 2.5.x book?

 
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Hi,

I am looking for Spring 2.5 books. I see only Apress's "Pro Spring 2.5" on Amazon. Gary Mak's "Spring Recipes" got good reviews but I wanted to confirm whether it covers Spring 2.5?

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I found ProSpring as good book.
 
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If you are planning to start learning, I would suggest this. Pro Spring3. I also want to update myself on Spring 3, I am waiting for this book to get published.
 
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Debashish Chakrabarty wrote:I am looking for Spring 2.5 books. I see only Apress's "Pro Spring 2.5" on Amazon. Gary Mak's "Spring Recipes" got good reviews but I wanted to confirm whether it covers Spring 2.5?


The Amazon link has "Spring 2.5" in a couple places in the book description, and it's on the front cover.

I'm guessing it covers Spring 2.5.

(I'm not actually guessing since I own it, but still. It's obvious.)
 
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@David: Thanks. I wanted an opinion from someone who had actually read the "Spring Recipe" book because in some reviews 2.0 version is mentioned and I already have the "Spring in action" book to cover that.
@Sandeep: Sadly I am not that patient
 
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