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Spring Reference Guide :A Pocket Handbook

 
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Hello Adam,

Spring Framework is a very big.
The main problem for the developer is what should be used where?
Which modules covered in this book?  
Is this book consider an example of a covered modules?

I.e. spring AOP concept can be used for resolving multiple problems'. so which problems we can resolve using in AOP and how we can resolve it. Such things are very useful while reading.
 
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Yes this book does attempt to say when each project/module should be used. The covered modules are described in the list of chapters.
 
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