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Dear All ,

Hope you guys are fine .

I ahve 5 years of experience with Java Development , mostly working with JSPs , Servlets , Applets , Struts , Swing based web and desktop applications , now we have got a project in Spring . I want to get my grip strong in Spring framework in 2 weeks immidiately , I am already very much comfortable with J2SE and J2EE concepts and architecture . Following are my questions :

1- Which is the best book to learn Spring , Appreciate if someone suggest book such as SCJP cerftification book of kathy and bert .. nice , easy and quick .
2- Name some good web site , blogs and forums for Spring related discussions .
3- Please tell which IDEs to use , which libraries JAR file shall I download and from where .
4- I want a "HelloWorld" application which should be based on JSP and Spring , tell me from where can I get it .
5- Please give me complete road map for studying Spring framework .

Regards ,
Bilal .
 
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any one please reply .
 
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Bilal Ali wrote:Dear All ,

Hope you guys are fine .

I ahve 5 years of experience with Java Development , mostly working with JSPs , Servlets , Applets , Struts , Swing based web and desktop applications , now we have got a project in Spring . I want to get my grip strong in Spring framework in 2 weeks immidiately , I am already very much comfortable with J2SE and J2EE concepts and architecture . Following are my questions :

1- Which is the best book to learn Spring , Appreciate if someone suggest book such as SCJP cerftification book of kathy and bert .. nice , easy and quick .
2- Name some good web site , blogs and forums for Spring related discussions .
3- Please tell which IDEs to use , which libraries JAR file shall I download and from where .
4- I want a "HelloWorld" application which should be based on JSP and Spring , tell me from where can I get it .
5- Please give me complete road map for studying Spring framework .

Regards ,
Bilal .



I dont think one can learn whole Spring in 2 weeks unless he is super-human-quick-learner. For most of your queries, you can get them thru Google.

Personally I used Mkyong tutorials (just one of the fav tutorials) two years back.
 
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Forget about 2 weeks , can any one just simple answer my queries
 
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Hi there is already two threads regarding to this, Have a look , you will find lot of resources.

https://coderanch.com/t/602715/Spring/Learning-Spring-Resources-Books

and

https://coderanch.com/t/602843/Spring/Springs

Regarding to IDE, STS and Eclipse , You can choose any one ,I am using Eclipse which i found more comfortable.


Thanks and Regards,
Raghvendra Pratap SIngh
 
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