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Getting started with Spring Framework: Spring Basics Covered? IOC and DI?

 
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I am curious to know if this book is good for people new to Spring as well?  Does it go into the concepts of Inversion of Control (IoC) and Dependency Injection (DI) or does it expect that users are going to already be familiar with this concept.  We've got a range of users on this team, and there are some that are new to Spring, and I'm wondering how much the basics are covered.  Also - given that IoC and DI really help push the use of Unit Testing - is Unit Testing something that is covered throughout the book as a general part of coding, etc.

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Hi David,

This book is 'ideal' for someone who has never worked on Spring Framework.

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Ashish
 
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Ashish Sarin wrote:Hi David,

This book is 'ideal' for someone who has never worked on Spring Framework.

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Ashish



Thanks - how about for those of use that have worked with Spring for a while.  Does it make it easy to get up to speed on new features, and maybe let us know to stop  doing things in order styles/ways?

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