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HI,
I wanto to start Spring but don't know the path to follow. I am not familiar with it except that there are a lot of modules to work with and I know a little about Dependency Injection.
Please suggest me how to start with it. Give me some easy tutorial/link/book to follow instead of that verbose documentation.

Thanks.
 
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Nobody to suggest....!!!
 
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Spring comes in many module and better way is to learn the core of Spring, i. DI and then follow the module of your interest. Here is the tutorial for "DI with Spring".
http://code.google.com/p/arc-pocs/wiki/DIIntroTutorial
 
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Thanks Sagar... I think I am a little aware about DI, I have used this DI in my struts web application.
So should I go with other modules or I need to explore it more. So what I need to refer next. Please suggest.
 
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Sorry buddy, as I'm novice to the Spring API, I'm not the write person to answer this. But you can learn the AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming) support by the Spring, which is again something Spring core.
 
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