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requirements for learning spring framework

 
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what are the requirements for learning spring framework? i knw java core. is that enough? advice me some books if you can.
 
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Spring themselves have a pretty comprehensive guide on how to use the framework:
http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.2.x/spring-framework-reference/html/

Otherwise I'd probably go for something like "Spring in Action" from Manning Publications (3rd edition for Spring v3).

But whichever method you choose it is most important to start using it. Play with it. Try it out. Get it wrong. Fix it. We learn best by doing.
 
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is java core knowledge enough for spring?
 
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palak kumar wrote:is java core knowledge enough for spring?


Enough and Not enough.
Enough: If you want to learn core Spring like dependency injection.
Not enough: If you want to go further with Spring Web MVC. In this case you need to have some knowledge about Servlet, JSP and web programming.
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