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What should be included in Spring framework

 
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Hi Craig,

I started learning Spring using Spring in Action 3rd Edition and while doing that I realized it is good to have solid foundation of J2EE before diving into Spring as the purpose of Spring framework is to get rid of the shortcomings of J2EE.

I have couple of questions for you

1. According to you, which particular topic should be a part of Spring framework which Spring doesn't have at the moment?

2. Any language/framework has pros and cons. According to you, what are the disadvantages of using Spring and how we can overcome that?

Thanks,
Prabhjot
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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