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Hi

As we know that Spring 4 version is already released and book covers upto version 3.2.
Was there any specific reason to stick to version 3.2 ?

Thanks
 
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The book covers Spring 4 as well. Perhaps some marketing material needs to be updated to reflect that.

Abhay Agarwal wrote:Hi

As we know that Spring 4 version is already released and book covers upto version 3.2.
Was there any specific reason to stick to version 3.2 ?

Thanks

 
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