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Spring reference vs Spring in Action -- Which one you choose?

Karnati Sudhakar
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Hi All,

Till yesterday i thought there was no tutorial for spring 3.o release except Spring in Action third edition,which is not yet released. But i came across this tutorial and i found it very easy to start with and felt better than spring in action...

Which one you guys vote for Spring reference vs Spring in Action,3d edition..

I am just a learner, so please advise me if i can continue reading spring reference?

Sorry guys if this is off-topic for this forum..


Regards
Sudhakar
David Newton
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You should read the reference regardless of whether or not you get SiA3. I like the SiA books and will read both.
Karnati Sudhakar
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David Newton wrote:You should read the reference regardless of whether or not you get SiA3. I like the SiA books and will read both.


I have little knowledge of Spring 2.0(read SIA 2nd Edition)..Now reading spring reference 3.0 and found this very useful. But i think Spring reference is not much for the beginners..

Thanks David for your time & replies
 
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