Spring guides make it easier to jump to core content

Engineering | Greg L. Turnquist | September 02, 2014 | ...

If you remember last year, we rolled out a powerful new website built top-to-bottom with Spring. It was fresh, new, and loaded with gobs of getting started guides.

Since then, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. We've had record traffic with a large portion visiting the guides. So what's new?

We recently added the ability to hide/show the build steps. Many people expressed the desire to skip project setup steps and instead jump to the core content. We listened and responded.

After reading over a guide, do you need Gradle or Maven build steps? No problem! Just click on the appropriate header, and the steps will expand and show you the extra bits. To top it off, the website uses HTML local storage to remember the choice you made. Surf to another guide and you'll see the same perspective.

Hopefully, this slims things down to your preference.

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