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Beginner about spring should have to start with Springroo

 
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Hi people
i just start with Spring and i want some advice if its good to start wirh SpringRoo;
i want some opinion about it?
Maybe i have to learn with STS first.
 
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I won't recommend using Spring Roo to learn Spring. You can use Spring Roo to learn about Spring Web MVC, JPA, GWT, Flex, and other technologies or frameworks for which an add-on exists, but not the core Spring features. You should refer to some tutorials and create a few simple examples using Spring before jumping onto Spring Roo development tool.

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but i have to use gwt or vaadin for my projet too
 
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If you are planning to use GWT, then I think it'd be a good idea to use Spring Roo to learn MVP architecture, GIN, deferred-binding, and so on.

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ok
mvp ?you mean mvc?

 
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