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Hi Craig,

in table of contents I can see Working with data chapter with sub-chapters for Spring JDBC and Spring Data JPA, are these the only ones covered in the book? How about Spring Data MongoDB, Redis, Neo4J, ElasticSearch, ...?
 
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Miroslav Lehotsky wrote:Hi Craig,

in table of contents I can see Working with data chapter with sub-chapters for Spring JDBC and Spring Data JPA, are these the only ones covered in the book? How about Spring Data MongoDB, Redis, Neo4J, ElasticSearch, ...?



I'm definitely covering relational databases (JDBC, JPA, R2DBC), Mongo, and Cassandra. Beyond that, I'm not planning on diving into other DBs, because ultimately the programming model is similar regardless of the DB chosen and adding another database to the mix wouldn't achieve much that isn't talking about the pros/cons of that specific database. And, there are LOTS of databases I could cover...have to draw the line somewhere.
 
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