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Pro Spring MVC with Webflux: versions of Spring and Spring Boot covered?

 
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Is this book fully covered webflux with latest spring and boot?.
 
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Spring 5 and Spring Boot 2 are used, which are the most recent major versions for these two.

The book was released at the end of last year. It would be impossible to be cover minor features released after that time. ;)
 
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The actual version used when the book was released was Spring Boot 2.3.2, however upgrading to a newer version should be possible (although it might lead to some minor changes in behavior). Upgrading to the latest 2.3.x release should be quite easy to do.

The problem when writing a book, everything has to be finished about 2 to 3 months before the release date. Anything new after that, how bad we even want to cover that, isn't possible anymore without delaying the release with 1 or 2 months.
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