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Type of the book

Ashley Riot

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Is this book a reference book, or is it a step by step guide to learn the spring framework? And which parts are covered more than others, since the spring framework is a big framework, covering all the parts wouldn't be possible, I guess
Jeanne Boyarsky
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It is not a reference book. It includes Spring basics (dependency injection, beans, etc) + database, messaging and AOP.

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As this topic will not make sense to anyone seeing it after this week, the book in question is "Getting Started with Spring Framework".

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