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Daily Dose: Spring 3.1 Milestone 1 is Loaded

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Daily Dose: Spring 3.1 Milestone 1 is Loaded

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The Spring Framework team has announced the first milestone release of Spring Framework 3.1. New features include enhanced Bean definition profiles,  comprehensive caching support, and unified property management.  Chris Beams of SpringSource is posting a series of deep-dive articles about the M1 features on the SpringSource Team Blog .  Version 3.1 M1 is available for download here.

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