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Easy learning book for Spring

 
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which is the most easiest learning book for spring beginner? Appreciate if someone suggest book such as SCJP cerftification book of kathy and bert .. nice and easy
 
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You can go for Spring recipes
 
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Kaustubh G Sharma wrote:which is the most easiest learning book for spring beginner? Appreciate if someone suggest book such as SCJP cerftification book of kathy and bert .. nice and easy




it would be definitely spring in action
 
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I'm currently reading Pro Spring 3 and it's alright.
 
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