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I've started learning spring before several months I've read a entire book about spring first and after that I've start it reading it for the second time but now creating some code and projects while reading the chapters . Processing throw chapters I've notes that the chapter Spring Web Flow is out of use. For example there is no FormAction class no web flow a lot of the class are with 90% of the methods deprecated. So I'm asking if you can tell me what book should I read to don't repeat the mistake and lose so much time
I'm planing to start reading the Aprss - Spring Enterprise Recipes but the book is published november 2009 and I'm afraid that and this book can have a lot of old and removed techniques
I'm also wondering what is the now technique that replace the Spring Web Flow - that resolves the problematic that Spring web flow was resolving
 
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