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Spring 5 book. Question for J Sharma & Ashish Sarin

 
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Hi,

Do you think previous experience in Java EE, servlets is needed to better understand basic concepts which Spring simplifies?
Doesn't it look like black magic without understanding basics?
 
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Yes the previous experience with Java EE will help because both Java EE and Spring are solving the similar problems.

In terms of web applications, both are using the servlet api so the knowledge of Servlets will definitely help.
 
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