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What is 'Spring framework'? What is covered in the book?

 
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Hello!
I am preparing for OCPJP 7.
Actually, I hava no idea about what is 'Spring' or what is a 'Spring framework' actually. It would be valuable for me if you could please tell me sir. And how is it useful, I mean what can we achieve by having a 'Spring framework'? And where it can be used? And how Java is associated with it?
And what is covered in your book? Thank you sir!
 
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What is Spring Framework?

General "what is" questions are best answered with a quick Internet search.

In a nutshell:

Wikipedia wrote: The Spring Framework is an open source application framework and Inversion of Control container for the Java platform.

 
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Thank you sir! I just thought that if I have to ask a question (for the book give-away), so why not ask it.. Yes, by checking on the Internet is really nice..., but, the question I asked would also add the question on the Ranch's collection of topics.. What do you say?
Thanks!
 
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