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Getting started with Spring Framework: how is it different?

 
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Thanks J Sharma & Ashish Sari for writing a book on Spring.  I have actually started learning spring and found it very interesting. I started by reading Spring in Action book, so wanted to know how is your book different from this book?
 
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Hi,

I think the major difference in the two books is the version of Spring Framework on which they are based. Getting started with Spring Framework book is based on Spring 4.3, which is the latest version of Spring.

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ashish
 
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Awesome! Actually I was just planning to learn the latest version and your book seems to cover it. Great
 
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So wonderful, I can not take my eyes off the book  
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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