Introduction to AOP

Java Spring 3.6
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The Spring Framework is an open source framework and inversion of controller container for the Java platform. Explore the basics of aspect oriented programming in a Spring application using Spring AOP.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize the concepts involved in Aspect Oriented Programming
    recognize some of the benefits of Aspect Oriented Programming
    become familiar with AOP terminology
    create a simple aspect in XML configuration in a Spring application
    create pointcuts that can be reused
  • create a simple aspect using annotations in a Spring application
    access information about the current join point (method execution) in advice body
    configure Spring AOP in a Spring application with a  Java-based configuration
    understand Spring AOP's proxy based approach to aspect oriented programming

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    What Is Aspect Oriented Programming?
    5m 43s
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    Benefits of Aspect Oriented Programming
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    3. 
    Getting Familiar with AOP Terminology
    5m 5s
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    4. 
    Creating an Aspect in Spring
    8m 50s
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    5. 
    Referring to Pointcut Expressions
    4m 57s
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    6. 
    Creating an Aspect Using Annotations
    7m 8s
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    Getting Join Point Info in Advice
    7m
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    8. 
    Working with Aspects in a Java Based Configuration
    9m 38s
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    9. 
    Understanding the Spring AOP Proxy Model
    3m 12s

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