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Dear All,
Can someone please guide which is good book for Spring? And which is the latest version of Spring?
Where do i get authorized docs of Spring?

I had Head First O O A and D, Servlets and J S P. Head first was too good to explain without offering a sleep. It had lot of pictures, graphics to explain each point and that is why it was easy to understand. Mainly it was good when you do not have time to read 500 text pages. Can we get Head First or similar to that?

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The latest version is 3.0.5, and the documentation can be found here.

Spring In Action, Third Edition, is slowly on its way, but you'll have to wait another few months before it gets published.(you can still get the MEAP version at Manning's homepage). It's very different from the Head First series. More "traditional". I don't know about other books...
 
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I'm not aware of any books of the 'Head First' style for Spring. I mentioned this on another thread but 'Spring Recipes 2nd Edition' is available now and covers Spring 3.0. I'm still waiting for my copy but the first edition had a nice problem/solution approach, which made learing the material pretty easy.

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