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Hi everyone,
Can anybody recommend me a Spring framework book, for beginner?
Let's say i am at that point where i understand the hole servlet-jsp "deal", and i want to use Spring (or Spring MVC).
Maybe somebody will make it clear for me what's what.
Thank you for your time!
 
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you could try start reading their documentation to get used to their inversion of control container first
http://www.springsource.org/documentation
 
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is there any added value in spring books compared to the online documentation? the online doc is over 800 pages, suppose I read them all. do I know less, equal or more then in a spring book?
 
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I think books is more user friendly than just a documentation

how one can measure amount of knowledge you get?
 
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you can start reading - Spring in Action book by Manning publications. It is a good book to start
 
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This is how i learnt.

1. Pro Spring
2. Spring reference document
3. Expert Spring MVC and Spring Web flow (Especially for Spring MVC)

Hope this helps

Thanks,
Pradeep
 
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