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I need to know spring.

 
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hello


I am thinking of dealing with Spring.
I have certain amount of experience with JSF. But I
find it too complicated.

Please let me know:

* Is Spring preferable to JSF,
* Is JSF background helpful for learning of Spring
* Any comparision between JSF and Spring.

kind regards

Ahmet Temiz
 
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Java
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Why don't go to Spring website?

I have some experience in Spring but not in JSF. So I can tell you JSF background is not required to learn Spring.
People in my team prefer using Spring over JSF because I think Spring is more powerful and flexible.
I do not have experience in JSF so other guys would tell you the comparision of the both.
 
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try "Spring in Action" book. it's best book to start learning spring. I am using same book.
later, you can use "Spring Reference" from www.springsource.com
 
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book - Spring In Action
also a good site to start with - http://www.mkyong.com
 
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This site may be helpful in learning spring.
Even I am new to spring but this site has helped me a lot.

try this :
http://www.vaannila.com/spring/spring-tutorial/spring-tutorial.html

Thanks,
 
Rohit Mehta
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megha Ranjan wrote:This site may be helpful in learning spring.
Even I am new to spring but this site has helped me a lot.

try this :
http://www.vaannila.com/spring/spring-tutorial/spring-tutorial.html

Thanks,



Yes - this is also a good site ..
 
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The Spring Framework - Reference Documentation is very useful:

http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/2.0.x/reference/index.html
 
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