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Suggest For Books for Hibernate, Spring and Struts

 
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Hi All,

Greetings. I'm starting to write code using frameworks by Hibernate,Spring and Struts.  I  have learned the very basics of the above frameworks on online tutorials, Could you please suggest me some books to buy as compiled series of topics ? Of course Net gives topics here and there. Suggestions on  books from experienced is much better before approaching  book stalls specially the technical books.

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Manning has good books on these topics:
Spring in Action
Java Persistence with Hibernate
Struts 2 in Action

Note the copyright dates on these. Older editions of the same books are not good because technology changes a lot between versions.

Also, you might want to learn Spring MVC instead of/in addition to Struts.
 
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Thank you. I'm reading the ebooks now.
 
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My library has this as an ebook, and I also bought a hard copy.
https://www.amazon.com/Getting-started-Spring-Framework-Third-ebook/dp/B01HZXQFUS
 
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Mohammed Sardar. wrote:Hi All,

Greetings. I'm starting to write code using frameworks by Hibernate,Spring and Struts.  I  have learned the very basics of the above frameworks on online tutorials, Could you please suggest me some books to buy as compiled series of topics ? Of course Net gives topics here and there. Suggestions on  books from experienced is much better before approaching  book stalls specially the technical books.

Thanks & Thanks
Mohammed Sardar



You can check about this book : Visual Basic Programmer's Guide to the .NET Framework Class Library by Lars Powers and Mike Snell
 
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Hibernate, Spring and/or Struts in a book about VB and .NET? Are you sure about that?
 
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Struts 2 in Action is a very good one.
 
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Great recommendations! Thanks all
 
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Big Thanks !!!
 
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