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recommended book Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

Manuel Jordan
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Dear members

i want to share this, a complete review here about this book
Spring Recipes

i consider until now the best book written

best regards


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Mark Spritzler
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Thanks for that recommendation, unfortunately the book doesn't cover Spring 2.5, but I guess would still be valuable for those with projects that are using a much older version of Spring.

Mark


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Manuel Jordan
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Hi Mark

unfortunately the book doesn't cover Spring 2.5

wondered, why did you say that?,
i dont understand, can you be more specific?


but I guess would still be valuable for those with projects that are using a much older version of Spring.

yes of course, it show you the configuration for 1.x for instance, and 2.x too

best regards
[ September 26, 2008: Message edited by: Manuel Jordan ]
Mark Spritzler
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Maybe something changed on the link, But I am pretty sure I only saw Spring 1.x and 2.0 mentioned. But now when I click on the link it looks like it now says Spring 2.5

So if it covers 2.0 then ignore my comment.

Mark
Manuel Jordan
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Hi Mark

ok, dont worry, enjoy the book

best regards
 
 
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