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Hello Craig,

I'm noob in Spring and I am a little confused. I'm reading about how to use Spring to build Api Rest and I have seen different tutorials. Some tutorials it is built using Spring and in other with Spring MVC. Are there information about this in your book?

Thanks.
 
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There's no substantial difference between Spring MVC and Spring. Spring MVC is just a subset of the greater Spring framework. Both sets of tutorials are correct in that regard. And yes, the book definitely covers creating REST APIs with Spring MVC.


CarmaZone Jose wrote:Hello Craig,

I'm noob in Spring and I am a little confused. I'm reading about how to use Spring to build Api Rest and I have seen different tutorials. Some tutorials it is built using Spring and in other with Spring MVC. Are there information about this in your book?

Thanks.

 
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