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Hi all,

I am very new to spring and i dont know anything about spring.I want to develop a GUI in spring which should have create,delete,edit,upload buttons and functions. Where should i start and how should i do this?

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This question is way too open ended - A web GUI, a desktop GUI? Create,delete,edit,upload - what? where?

As far as Spring supporting these - yes - Spring can work in desktop apps and web apps. Your model and data layer will be more responsible for implementing "create, delete, edit, upload" - but Spring can control how method calls are wired together to call these through other classes, or provide Spring enabled "template" classes if you're using something like JDBC or Hibernate.

As for where to learn more about Spring - the Spring MVC step-by-step tutorial (uses both core Spring and Spring MVC web framework) and the Spring Reference Documentation is probably the best place to start.
 
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