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Approach of the book to teaching spring  RSS feed

 
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Hello,

There are so many modules in the spring framework, does the book concentrate mainly on some specific modules, or does it have more of a general overview for each module
 
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Hello,
the book has a more general overview of each module :Introduction to IOC, Spring Integration, Spring MVC, SPRING Security , Spring Web Flow.
 
Ashley Riot
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Ok, thanks for the information
 
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As you said, Spring covers a lot of ground. It'd be impossible to cover everything in a single book. Even if the publisher would let me do that, it'd end up being several thousand pages long and never be finished. Therefore, some choices had to be made.

Spring in Action covers some common uses of Spring, as well as a few of the newer and more interesting features such as Spring Data and Spring Boot. But sadly, due to time and space constraints, it doesn't cover everything about Spring.


Ashley Riot wrote:Hello,

There are so many modules in the spring framework, does the book concentrate mainly on some specific modules, or does it have more of a general overview for each module

 
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Yes, I understand perfectly. Spring is a very wide subject and you can't cover everything in one book, or else you would need to create a book that is so big that it's not possible to complete, neither for you, nor for the readers.
The book seems interesting anyway
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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