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Spring Quick: Does this books cover references for Spring topics that are not covered in this book?

 
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There is a lot of things in the spring.
Spring is very vast topic. It might not cover everything.
Does that cover references (link/reference book) wherever details are not given in this book?
 
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Hi Ketan. Thanks for the question. Yes, here and there in the book, where I don't detail a specific topic, I refer to other materials. I might refer to full books, such as the case of Spring Security, where I recommend you read Spring Security in Action. Or I might refer only to a chapter or section from another book. Sometimes I do refer to articles or the reference if needed
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