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Spring Quick Reference Guide: Code Source and Sandbox Environment

 
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The book seems geared toward explaining concepts within Spring at a thousand foot level and even comes complete with source code (https://github.com/Apress/spring-quick-reference-guide).

For us newbies though, does the book reference a sandbox environment that we can clone? Does Apress have a similar book with recipes for lack of a better word if you are just looking to dive into your own Spring project?

Thanks!
 
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