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Getting started with Spring Framework: Does this book covers advanced topics?

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Hey Ashish Sarin & J Sharma

There are a lot of Spring books, even those which cover Spring 5, but I'm interested in a book more than just some very simple hello world examples!

My question is: Does this book covers some more in depth and detailed stuff related to Spring 5 or Spring in general or just introductory stuff for beginners ?

Thanks in advance
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Hi Durim,

The only 'Hello World !' example that you'll see in this book is in the first chapter. The rest of the chapters aim to help you build real-world applications.
With this edition of book, we've introduced fresh content on functional programming, reactive programming using RxJava 2 and Spring Reactor, developing reactive RESTful web services using Spring Data MongoDB and Spring Security, developing reactive web applications using Spring WebFlux, accessing RESTful web services using WebClient, and so on.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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