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Which is the Best Reference Guide for Spring!!

 
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Hi Friends


I am in search of Spring Book/Referance Guide which is as good as HF series book ..but its hard to findout the best one...

Please Suggest /share your view.....

Thank You!!
 
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I'm pretty happy with the reference documentation provided on their website: http://www.springsource.org/documentation.
 
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Exclusively for Spring, I would suggest "Spring In Action" book.
 
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I am happy with the Spring up to date documentation. Spring is moving so fast that books have older versions and miss out on impt things
 
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Hi All,

I am happy with the Spring up to date documentation.


But I think "Spring in Action" is good for new learner.
If any body want to learn spring from scratch "Spring in action" is good book.

Spring is moving so fast that books have older versions and miss out on impt things


And once you are aware about framework, we can refer updated spring doc.


Regards.
 
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