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I want to learn spring with the help of examples and also want to develop a project

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i learned jsp and servlet, now want to learn springs. for the same purpose i need some kind of example and with that i want to develop a project so that not i get spring knowledge but also i can real time development which helps i future.
please suggest some site which cover all topics with examples and some suggest a project

thank you
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First of all it is Spring not springs. This question has been asked many times before. Using the search feature on this site I was able to find the following links to get you started but feel free to do a search for yourself and you will find many more.

There are many sample applications available at SpringSource github site, you will have to drill down into the module you are interested in:

Here is a pretty comprehensive sample project

Also there are quite a few projects under the Spring umbrella you can read more about them here:
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When I first started learning Spring, it was very hard to learn using examples. I started a post on this very board along the lines of "Dependency injection... how does it work?" I will repeat the same excellent advice that was given to me: Read a book! Spring is evolving very fast, and although the examples help, they assume that you have the basic knowledge of the design philosophies used in Spring.

Get a book that covers Spring starting from the basics. I used Spring In Action. I don't sell it, nor am I connected to it in anyway, but I highly recommend it.
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