getting started with spring framework [closed]


What is the best way to start with spring framework, I've already got a book Spring in action 2nd edition august 2007, but here is the thing, I'm missing some general knowledge concerning this framework and java. I've started reading the book but its not very clear to me, its clear what the author is trying to accomplish but I can't seem to re-write his examples. I'm using eclipse for code writing and I'm somewhat confused where to put xml file and where java files .. etc .

By : shuckster


I used the book "Spring Persistence a running Start" and some tutorials I found on the web for eclipse/java/maven etc. and was up and running(-ish) within a couple of weeks. I also had other spring books at my disposal, but found the "running start" one by far the best as it covered JPA and hibernate as well.

Here's the link

By : davek

There was a series of Spring articles/tutorials in InformIT's By : Wernsey

I've found that the tutorials for the Appfuse framework are a great way to get aquainted with the basic features of Spring.

Although they are a few years old, I'd also recommend any of the books by Rod Johnson where he lays out the the Spring design and philosophy: Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development, Expert One-on-One J2EE Development without EJB, and Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework.

The Spring documentation is great and I still usually learn something new every time I visit there. The first few chapters will help you understand some of the core concepts of Spring (i.e. Inversion of Control/Dependency Injection).

Spring Roo is a new project that can help you build the infrastructure for a Spring-based application quickly, but I haven't seen any tutorials for it yet that would help you understand it yet.

This video can help you solving your question :)
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