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Is there a book that someone could recommend for learning and understanding Spring from a holistic perspective? I have been reading and going through Java The Complete Reference (9th Edition covering Java 8). I am wondering if there is a book out there that is similar to this in scope but for Spring. I would like it to cover as much of the Spring pieces as there are as opposed to just reading about WebMVC only. Thanks for any suggestions.
 
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Before looking at Spring MVC, you should learn Core Spring anyway. I enjoyed reading Spring in Action (Manning) and learned a lot from it.
 
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I merged your stuff with the following thread. I hope that is okay by you.
 
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Thanks. I do have that one but am wondering if there is something else.
 
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While there are other books, I don't know of one that covers everything. You might need the actual reference docs
 
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Thanks for that, Jeanne. Not sure how I opened another thread. Surely I clicked the wrong button. Again, thanks for the book recommendation.
 
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