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I need to learn spings.I dont understand from where shld i start. I need some good tutorials which can teach from the scratch.
 
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spring comes with a set of examples and a refernce docs. You can read it to gain a good knowlege. You can find it the same at

spring-framework-2.0-rc4\docs\reference\pdf

also take a look at this very good example to start at :

www.springframework.org/docs/MVC-step-by-step/Spring-MVC-step-by-step.html


more over buy a good book like Spring in Action and start reading it.

 
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Hi,
For quick hands on Spring ,you can also go through tutorials here.
http://www.roseindia.net/spring/index.shtml

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There are a couple of really good books I'd recommend if you want to learn spring.

The Professional Spring Development book was written by one of the founders of Spring, Rod Johnson, so it really is a required read if you want to learn the ins and outs of Spring:

Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework

Personally, I found Spring in Action a bit easier to read, so if you were to get a second book, this is the other one I'd recommend:

Spring in Action by Craig Walls, Ryan Breidenbach

For a more up to date book, you could look at Spring and WebFlow. I haven't read it myself, but have heard very good things about it:

Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow by Seth Ladd, Darren Davison, Steven Devijver, Colin Yates

Have fun learning Spring. It's a powerful!

-Cameron McKenzie
[ January 11, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Originally posted by Cameron W. McKenzie:
Personally, I found Spring in Action a bit easier to read, so if you were to get a second book, this is the other one I'd recommend:

Spring in Action by Craig Walls, Ryan Breidenbach



Indeed.
 
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Apart from the above Books...

for a novice.....There is ProSpring from Apress publishers...

or for more resources....go to

springhub.com
 
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