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Advice to start learning Spring framework

 
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Good morning ranchers,

I need some advice from you... I just want to start learning Spring framework, but I'm not very comfortable with online tutorials, so I'm thinking about buying a good book covering last Spring release (i.e Spring 3.0).... but I'm a bit disoriented in choosing it...

Can you help me and suggest some titles ?

TIA !
 
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Claude Moore wrote:Good morning ranchers,

I need some advice from you... I just want to start learning Spring framework, but I'm not very comfortable with online tutorials, so I'm thinking about buying a good book covering last Spring release (i.e Spring 3.0).... but I'm a bit disoriented in choosing it...

Can you help me and suggest some titles ?

TIA !



When searching this forum, you will notice that the number one suggested book is "Spring In Action". Using the Third edition, you get Spring 3.0 covered.

Good Luck

Mark
 
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Thank you very much.
Regards,

Claude
 
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Claude Moore wrote:Good morning ranchers,

I need some advice from you... I just want to start learning Spring framework, but I'm not very comfortable with online tutorials, so I'm thinking about buying a good book covering last Spring release (i.e Spring 3.0).... but I'm a bit disoriented in choosing it...

Can you help me and suggest some titles ?

TIA !




Hi,
You can also try:
Spring Recipes A Problem Solution Approach 2nd Edition.
this book too covers spring 3
 
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I have Spring in Action in pdf format.

But I find it difficult to understand as lacking of diagrams for demonstration of the concepts that being discussed throughout the book.
I fell to sleep during reading ><

any book else?

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