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Getting Started with Spring Framework: What can I learn from your book and what not ?

 
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Dear Sirs,

As you know the Spring Framework is so big that it's rather hard for beginners to approach. Your book fills a gap in this sense. As an introductory book what does your book cover and what not ?
 
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Hi Ludoviko,

Getting started with Spring Framework book covers the basics of Spring Framework. Chapters 1-5 focus on the core Spring concepts, like DI, how to configure beans and their dependencies, bean lifecycle, and so on. Chapter 6 focuses on how to use Spring JDBC and ORM modules to interact with databases. Chapter 7 shows how you can use Spring to send emails, perform caching, send/receive JMS messages and asynchronously execute tasks. Chapter 8 introduces readers to the world of AOP (Aspect-oriented programming).

The sample projects described in the book are standalone applications. So, you don't need to know about JSPs/Servlets or web frameworks to read this book.

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ashish
 
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