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Spring Quickly for complete novice

 
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How is this written for complete novices to Spring? Is the book easy to follow or do you need some previous background in writing spring applications?
 
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I John, I hope so. This is the idea of the book. The path should be appropriate for a very beginner. Starts with simple examples and explains them with visuals and code examples as well. Every example is also provided as a project you can import and run yourself.
In the end you should be able to understand but also use the basics of Spring in production-ready apps.
 
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