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Hello ranchers,
I am interested in learning Spring. But i am constrained by the availability of time as i have a long list of other things on my learning list ( Web Services, J2ME so on.. ).
Are there any good resources available on the net where in i can get good overview of Spring. Any links and pointers would be helpful !
 
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Originally posted by Reghu Ram T:
Hello ranchers,
I am interested in learning Spring. But i am constrained by the availability of time as i have a long list of other things on my learning list ( Web Services, J2ME so on.. ).
Are there any good resources available on the net where in i can get good overview of Spring. Any links and pointers would be helpful !



Gee, this is the easiest question so far. Just buy Spring in Action

Seriously, there are lots a great resources on the net for learning Spring:

- The official Spring docs are a great place to start: http://www.springframework.org/documentation.html
- Bruce Tate has written a couple of good articles on Spring here: http://www.oreillynet.com/articles/author/1794.-
- If you dig into Spring and have some questions, the Spring forums are really good as well: http://www.springframework.org/documentation.html

And not to me a complete shill, I really think Spring in Action is a good resource for learing Spring from the ground up. We spend quite a bit of time explaining the core concepts of Spring - Inversion of Control and AOP - so that even if these concepts are new to you, you will be able pick up Spring.

Good luck.
 
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I just realized I pasted the wrong link to the Spring forums. Here is the correct link:

http://forum.springframework.org/
 
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Hello Ryan,
Thanks for the links.
 
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Gee, this is the easiest question so far. Just buy Spring in Action



The feedback about the book is great. Every Spring user should have a copy of Spring in Action.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1932394354/ref=ase_habumacom-20/002-1414494-3826454?v=glance&s=books
 
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:


The feedback about the book is great. Every Spring user should have a copy of Spring in Action.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1932394354/ref=ase_habumacom-20/002-1414494-3826454?v=glance&s=books



I agree. I just bought the book yesterday, and have only managed to read chapter 1 and thumb through some of the Web MVC stuff. Thus far, the book has been excellent.
 
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Hi Ryan ,
I have to start learning the spring framework.I searched on the ranch and got the links which you have mentioned.
Thanks a lot and 3 cheers for the ranch

cheers
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I agree. I just bought the book yesterday, and have only managed to read chapter 1 and thumb through some of the Web MVC stuff. Thus far, the book has been excellent.



Great. I've just received mine, and am looking forward to dig through it
 
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