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Spring in Action, Fourth Edition by Craig Walls

 

  • Without a second thought go for it. the paper quality and the content quality both are very good.
  • Excellent book for an intermediate developer .
  • Good book. Definite read for beginners in Spring. The author has mixed the contents with a bit humour which makes it an interesting read.
  • Completely worth for buying it... A clear understanding of spring concept with precise examples.
  • Best book to learn spring from scratch . Very well explained
  • A wonderful book to learn Spring.
  • A must have book for every Enterprise Java developer

 

Pro Spring 5: An In-Depth Guide to the Spring Framework and Its Tools by Iuliana Cosmina, Rob Harrop, Chris Schaefer, and Clarence Ho

 

  • Excellent well done.
  • Great in depth coverage of spring.
  • I consider this the best book for Spring 5. Worth the read.
  • In my opinion, it's the best book to get hands on experience on Spring 5.

 

Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach 3rd Edition by Daniel Rubio, Josh Long, Gary Mak, and Marten Deinum

 

  • Solid foundation. Go for it.
  • Very nicely written.
  • Spring Recipes is a powerful book initially written by Gary Mak who did a great job on authoring the first edition.
  • VERY easy to read. It is well structured as questions and answers, I am really amazed how detailed it is.
  • This is truly a book I'm glad and proud to have on my bookshelf.
  • As a complete newbie to Spring, I picked up this book and I am very pleased with it.

 

Spring Boot in Action 1st Edition by Craig Walls

 

  • Great Book!
  • A great overall introduction to Spring Boot.
  • This is an amazing book to get you started and functional using Spring Boot.
  • The book is well organized and provides good examples of how Spring Boot works.
  • Good book to start with.

 

Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow by Colin Yates, Seth Ladd, Steven Devijver, and Darren Davison

 

  • Learning Spring is a valuable undertaking, and this book was one of the better books I have read.
  • I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and got a lot out of it.
  • Simple language, explains the reasons why the framework is build so. Plenty of examples. Love the book. It is a must have.
  • The book provides really good information and I was able to build out an application after reading it.
  • This book is extremely well-written and the first three chapters provide a very good overview of Spring and some really good advice on developing a layered application in general.
  • I have been working with Spring since the 1.0 release. Mr. Ladd's book definitely pushed my skill set forward. I highly recommend this book to active professionals.

 

Professional Java Development with the Spring Framework Paperback by Rod Johnson, Jürgen Höller, Alef Arendsen, Thomas Risberg, and Colin Sampaleanu

 

  • Excellent!!
  • This is an excellent book by Rod Johnson and some people at the core team who developed Spring, the excellent tool set for Java distributed applications.
  • This is the most complete, most authoritative book available on Spring and is likely to remain the basic text (as modified in subsequent editions of course) to Spring.
  • This book is fantastic both for learning Spring and for day-to-day use. I highly recommend this for anyone using Spring for serious work.
  • It's easy to read and understand and an tagline of author.

 

Mastering Spring 5.0 by Ranga Karanam

 

  • Excellent book, clear concepts and correctly explain it. Very useful.
  • I recommend all to must read this book.
  • This is a must read book for beginners.
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