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Any good sites to learn spring and Hibernate in a step by step manner

 
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Hi,

Is there any good and popular site to learn spring and Hibernate seperately and then integrating both using Eclipse IDE.

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Ramki S
 
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On Spring's website there is a long list of tutorials: http://spring.io/guides

If you're interested in using Spring with Hibernate (or JPA = Java Persistence API; Hibernate is an implementation of this API) then have a look at this one: Spring Guides - Accessing Data with JPA

For more specific information about Hibernate see its Getting Started Guide
 
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I will give you an honest suggestion. Rather then trying learn Spring and Hibernate "step by step" just try to focus on what you need to do. You can do things differently, depending on your projects requirements or your team's preference. These technology evolve very quickly, In my opinion there's no point to try to master it from A to Z when you only might need A,B and C. You know what I mean? Best of luck
 
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try this website for step by step beginning level tutorial

http://www.abbasacademy.com/

 
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I like the tutorials koushik has come up with - they step by step video format & nicely done = http://javabrains.koushik.org/
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