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Eugene,

I'm familiar with REST, but have never heard of Spring until I got the email about your book promotion. Do you have any suggestions for books or online courses/tutorials to learn more about Spring?

Thanks!

- Ken
 
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There are some courses online, and of course a lot of other material. However - the best way to learn is through a practical, simple but non-trivial app. The official Spring reference is also a good place to start.
This particular course - to be clear - is not an intro so Spring. It doesn't assume a lot of Spring knowledge but it does assume some.
Cheers,
Eugen.
 
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There are a number of books on Spring and lots of free tutorials and case studies on the Internet.
Books:
Spring in Action
Spring in Practice
ProSpring
are 3 paperback that I own.
Building a REST API with Spring 4 by Eugen is a step by step recipe e-book.

Search for "Java Spring" on Youtube and Google and get ready for a lot of viewing or reading.
 
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