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Hi,

Ia m new to spring mvc. I am starting to learn it from scratch. I would like to jump start quickly, effectively. Please suggest me some simple resources with step by step examples to start with and progress.Any ideas, resources,sample code,links, highly appreciated. thanks in advance.
 
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Spring 2.5.x has a step-by-step guide to get started with Spring MVC, which would be a good place to start (Not sure about the latest 3.x release though).
 
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Mathew, frankly, if I were you, I'd first learn the basics of Java before trying to learn something like Spring MVC.

You're posting many, many questions here on JavaRanch about very basic subjects, which you don't seem to understand.
Without understanding the basics of the Java programming language, something like Spring MVC is far too big and complicated to understand.
 
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Hi,

Apress' book "Spring Recipes, 2nd Edition," has deep, recipe-oriented introductions to all of the Spring projects. If you want a quick bootstrap, please consult the "Green Beans" series of blog posts on SpringSource's website. You can, generally, read them individually without any dependence on one another except the first - http://blog.springsource.com/2010/11/09/green-beans-putting-the-spring-in-your-step-and-application/ - which introduces Spring core. All of them cover Spring 3.0 and later, and http://blog.springsource.com/2011/01/04/green-beans-getting-started-with-spring-mvc/ covers introduces Spring MVC. All of them are intended as comprehensive, wholistic introductions to the technologies.
 
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Hi Mathew,

I would suggest you to go with the Spring Framework Beginner Tutorials from javabeat.net

tips are available to start with basic Spring Tags...

It helps you to start from the scratch...

Regards,
Abhilash
 
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