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syosifov (2) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Spring popularity continues to grow and often new users are attracted by the latest developments on its arena. It would be nice if this book could cover also subjects related to STS, Spring ROO and Spring GWT integration.
bbaron (61) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Nice to have
Actually I have to disagree. The breadth of Spring is so wide now, one book can't cover everything. I'd like to see this book stick to the core framework with more depth. I'm finding there are a lot of features buried in the core classes that aren't well documented, except in the Javadocs. But it's pretty much impossible to discover capabilities you didn't previously know about by combing through the javadocs. (It's analogous to learning Unix reading the man pages).