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Hello Gurus,
I am new to Spring Framework. I read a bit in the Pro Spring but don't know how to start. I would like how to setup and write a very simple application to jumpstart. Could you show me the link, material, or book for a quicky start. Thanks much.

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That's a fairly vague question. It may not seem like it but considering everything that makes up Spring, all the modules, simply asking for "how-to's" on spring is a bit ambiguous. What aspect of spring are you concerned about currently? SpringMVC, simply IoC, DAO Helpers...?
 
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How about Spring MVC step-by-step?
It is a bit dated, and I remember having to fix a few minor things to get it to run, but it is a pretty good start.
 
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As a naive programmer, I think I need the core IoC of spring framework. Basically, I am brand new so I think I need the very basic fundamental of the springframework. In short, I need how to develope a simple hello spring application from scratch or litte more than that but simple sample.


I need to know how to setup and configure the spring framework?
How do lay my hello program and integrate it to spring framework?
Do I need to invoke or start up a framework?

My questions maybe silly. I greatly appreciate you all for your prompt replies. Thank you very much

J.

P.S.
I downloaded the springframework 2.5.
 
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If you read Pro Spring from the beginning, you'll know how to do all that
 
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John Spring basic functionality lies in its containers.
The business logic of spring is written in POJOs.The lifecycle of POJOs are maintianed by this containers which can provide some services to these POJOs.

There are 2 types of containers BeanFactory and ApplicationContext.
Container reads the configuration for the POJOs from the xml files
For your intial Hello Spring Application.Put the Spring jars in the classpath.
Start with a POJO and configure the POJO in the XML.

In your client file
Intitalize the Container and get the Bean and then print a POJO method.
Hope this helps.
 
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