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Shiny Suresh
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Hi,

Could anyone suggest good books, which are easy to understand Hibernate and Spring framework?

Thanks,
Shiny.
 
Tim Cooke
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Spring have some excellent documentation of their website: http://www.springsource.org/spring-framework
 
Nam Ha Minh
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Besides from official Hibernate/Spring resources, you can find relevant books in CodeRanch's Book Review forum.

If you like paperbook, here are some suggestions:

- Spring in Practice: This is the latest Spring book to date (published on May 2013).

- Java Persistence with Hibernate: its 2nd edition will be coming soon (November 2013)
 
Tarun Trehan
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"Spring In Action" lists the required details in a brilliant way.
It gives you basic exposure to Hibernate as well.
For a detailed study on hibernate; you can refer to "Java Persistence With Hibernate"

All the best
 
Bin Smith
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To get started with Hibernate you can pass tutorial for total beginners on their docs.

Then you need to pass more hibernate tutorials like these.

Then you can download free videos on hibernate and spring on javadev.org.

I found this one. Click on magnetlink to download videos. You need to have uTorrent installed on your comp.
I recommend to investigate this site throughly as there are many videos on latest techonologies from real experts.

Then you can move to create your own simple website. You can create website like this one but only small part - register user and let user post question and answer.
 
Lalit Narayan Mishra
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You can have a look at this book:

http://amritendude.blogspot.in/2014/06/new-book-on-spring-4-and-hibernate-4.html
 
Vlad Mihalcea
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For performance tuning, you should check the High-Performance Java Persistence book.

This book has three parts:

- the first one is focused on JDBC basics (connection management, batch updates, fetch sizes and concurrency control mechanisms).

- the second part is focused on JPA and Hibernate (associations, inheritance, batch updates, fetching strategies, caching)

- the third part is dedicated to jOOQ and its powerful type-safe querying capabilities, like window functions or common table expressions.

Overall, the book will make you understand everything you need to know about how a data access layer works in general and with the most common Java frameworks, in particular.
 
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