There's a lot of books related to the Spring family.
What makes Spring Quickly different from other Spring related books (namely, Spring in Action)?
Will it be enough to understand Spring and to maintain an enterprise grade application?
Hi Albert, Thanks for your question. Spring Quickly is a book designed for beginners. I decided to write Spring Quickly after receiving feedback from many of my students about not finidng a book to help them understand Spring step by step from zero. Take for example Spring in Action by Craig Walls. It is an excellent book. I enjoy reading every new released edition. But it is not a book for someone who didn't use Spring before (or even worst, who didn't use a framework before). So Spring Quickly comes to fill this gap and help a developer with zero or very little knowledge on Spring get good enough to work on production-ready apps. Now, does Spring Quickly teach you everything about Spring? Of course not! Spring is a massive ecosystem, this is why you find so many books about Spring out there. For example, I wrote a full book only on Spirng Security. If you ever read Spring Security in Action, you'll find 560 pages of juicy Spring Security examples