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Getting started with Spring

Salil Dhawan
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Joined: Jul 18, 2006
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Hello

I am new to Spring and just finished getting hands on Struts 2.
Can someone guide me as to beginner book for Spring and other material.
Ofcourse i will browse through Spring website but any other suggestions , book references etc will help

Thanks
Salil


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Raghavan Muthu
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Joined: Apr 20, 2006
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Best way is to start with the step by step tutorials provided by the creators http://springframework.org.

You can also look at this website http://springbyexample.org/ which I found it to be good, precise and neat

If you have a good time, you can consider using any of the books like Spring In Action, Beginning Spring Framework etc.,

Good luck.


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