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Spring Novice - Question about spring modules

 
Suneel Gupta
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I am a beginner.

I was looking at the documentation and there are quite a lot of modules in Spring. I don't have a clear idea about which module to pick and proceed first.

From your experience, what is a good module to start with ?

Spring Core ?
Spring AOP ?
Spring MVC ?

Any idea about the most widely used of all the modules ?

Thank you in advance !


 
Piyush Mangal
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Each module in Spring depends on spring-core.

You should start with spring-beans , then spring-context and then move to spring-web module.
 
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thank you Piyush.

Is spring documentation a good source to start ?
I have Spring in Action third edition too.

Any thoughts ?
 
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I would suggest you to go through Spring In action first and then read Spring Documentation for completeness.
 
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