Spring Books Roundup Updated

I am completing my Spring Books Roundup books with 2 new books:

Interestingly most other books are very similar to the reference documentation, in their presentation and content. The reference documentation is extremely well written. Each time the author carefully explains what are the advantages of the Spring solution, or what does a particular feature solve. Only dependency injection and swing are not treated properly.

To conclude, to best learn Spring I would advise:
  1. Read Fowler article about dependency injection.
  2. Read O’Reilly’s A Developer Notebook. It is the most appropriate book, because the presentation is a bit different, focusing on quickly understanding Spring and using it in your project, and it is the only one mentioning Swing Spring features.
  3. Read the reference manual to find out about the details you need for a specific feature.
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