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Hi,
I am new to spring. could any one give me the references and the best spring book, so that i can learn in less time.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, "Sasikanth"!

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There are a number of books out there on Spring. I personally prefer "Pro Spring". "Spring in Action" is also good. Of course, a quick google will also bring up a number of links to tutorials and articles on Spring.
 
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