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Hi Filippo di Pisa,

I have a question that does your book provide help for integrating flex with frameworks like Spring and ORM tools like Hibernate or does it provide theory to remove these frameworks?

I have been learning flex and I am facing problems while integrating flex with frameworks like Spring. Very few tutorials are available on the internet as well that explains it in detail. So I was curious to know whether your book provide such information or not?

Anyways all the best for your book.
 
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This book is about what you need to know to start using Hibernate, Spring, Flex and Maven together, whether you are a Java developer or a Flex developer.

Have a look to this post

https://coderanch.com/t/495119/Flex/Beginning-Java-Flex

 
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