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Good luck with the new book.

What does the 4th edition of the book offer that's new?

Thanks Kevin
 
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It covers Spring 3.1 through Spring 4.0, including new stuff such as WebSocket/STOMP, the new Java-configuration for Spring Security, the latest Spring MVC+REST stuff, Thymeleaf views, Spring Data, and some other stuff I just can't remember right now. Oh yeah, there's a last-minute chapter added on Spring Boot.


Kevin Florish wrote:Good luck with the new book.

What does the 4th edition of the book offer that's new?

Thanks Kevin

 
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