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Getting started with Spring Framework: Are there any prerequisites?

 
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Hi J Sharma & Ashish Sarin,

I was looking at the TOC of the book and saw that you covered quite a range of topic related to Spring, so my question is since I've just started to learn Spring a little bit, are there any prerequisites for the book before reading it.

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Hi Afrim,

The only prequisite is that you are familiar with Java and with basic design patterns (like, Factory and Singleton). If you have developed applications using JSPs/Servlets that interact with a relational database, then the book is very simple for you to follow.

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Ashish
 
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