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Do you tell us what you use Spring for?

 
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Is your book an introductory book? Do you show readers what Spring is used for?
 
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Hi Campbell! Thanks for the question. Yes, the book is basically an introductory for Spring. I would describe it better as: "What I wish any developer I work with know before working on a Spring production-ready app". If you now get started with Spring, I would recommend you read Spring Quickly. The book will give you nice examples and explain you everything you need to know before working on a real-world Spring app.
 
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Laurentiu Spilca wrote:. . . "What I wish . . ." . . . .

That sounds like the result of bitter experience Thank you.
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