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Need some help learning annotation based Spring 4.0 and spring boot

 
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Hello All,

Would you please suggest what will be the best book to learn annotation based Spring 4.0 and spring boot.

if there is any web material to learn both of the above in details would be very good as well.

Whichever material I refer to online they all write about xml configuration which I know to a good extent..


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I think Spring in action 4.0 is best bet.
 
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Thanks Tushar for the suggestion.

I have a confusion understanding Spring configuration done using annotations. I read them but Is annotation based configuration is same as java based configuration as both use annotations if they are same why two different names.

And how different is Spring boot and spring roo from the existing annotation based Sping


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Definetely you should read Spring in Action 4th Edition.

There's also a book from the same author called Spring Boot in Action wich you should find very useful
 
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There are a lot of small example projects on the Spring website, teaching you how to do specific things: Spring Guides.

The reference documentation of the various Spring projects is also very good, although it's not really written as a tutorial: Spring Boot Reference Guide, Spring Framework Reference Guide.
 
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