Skumar Patel wrote:Hi
How this book will help developer to be in action to develop spring application?
I'm not sure I understand this question, but...I'll try answering it anyway: While it would be impossible (trust me, I've tried) to write a book that comprehensively covers every nook and cranny of Spring application development, Spring in Action covers the bits that are most commonly used and valuable in many projects. And it does so with a spirit of "laziness" (which, according to Larry Wall is a good trait of a software developer). Laziness aims to reduce the amount of work that you do as a developer, focusing on what's most important, and avoiding where possible writing code that satisfies the framework. In other words, as much as possible, focus on achieving your project's goals and less focus on writing Spring configuration code (which is why, starting with the 5th edition, the book is very Spring Boot-centric).
Skumar Patel wrote:
Is there anything mentioned about spring and ajax framework in this book?
There is a slight amount of integration with Angular, but only enough to demonstrate Spring concepts. It is not intended as a "How to write Angular/React/VueJS apps with Spring" book in any way. I only introduced Angular to the mix so that I could talk about some of the Spring concepts around REST APIs.