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The Complete Reference Struts

 
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I just found out from internet that this book was just released around 1 month ago(30 April). I would like to find out what does it cover? is it suitable for beginner? What is the difference with current books in the market?
 
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Please check authors home page. There is also a free chapter to download.

This is the link.
 
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I guess very limited info about the book is available on the author's home page...

We need to spend time on this forum to know about the book....
 
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Struts: The Complete reference is aimed at all levels of Struts developers, from beginners to advanced. If you are a beginner you can use it to learn Struts and if you are advanced you can use it as a daily reference.

James Holmes
http://www.jamesholmes.com/
 
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