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Using Spring’s AOP Features with Java EE

April 18, 2011

The popular Spring
framework complements and facilitates development on the Java EE
platform by providing a modular, object-based programming model.
Whereas Java EE is OOP (object-oriented programming) based, Spring is
AOP (aspect-oriented programming) based; in fact the AOP framework is
one of the main components of Spring. AOP complements OOP by
providing
an aspect
as the unit of modularity
in addition to the
traditional OOP class. As explained in the Spring doc,

Deepak Vohra is a NuBean consultant and a web developer.
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