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Is it suitable for beginners in Spring?
does it also cover "reading" complex Spring configurations?
 
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Cathy Chlevner wrote:Is it suitable for beginners in Spring?
does it also cover "reading" complex Spring configurations?



Of course it is one of the best books out there and covers a wide range of topics. Check out the ToC in the Welcome post
 
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Cathy Chlevner wrote:Is it suitable for beginners in Spring?
does it also cover "reading" complex Spring configurations?



Although it doesn't directly cover how to read complex Spring configurations, it does cover a lot of ground on what those configuration might contain. And it is certainly suitable for Spring beginners.
 
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