Spring: Exploring Advices in Aspect-oriented Programming
Java Spring 5.1 | Intermediate
- 9 videos | 1h 15m 50s
- Includes Assessment
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Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) allows significant, global functionality to be added to your application using a modular and non-intrusive method. The action taken before or after method execution is determined by a piece of code called the "advice." Use this course to practice working with different types of advices, starting with the before advice and after advice. Then, work with around advices, which run checks to determine whether a core operation should run at all and what goes on before and after its execution. Move on to use the after-throwing advice to set an action after an error has been thrown and the after-returning advice to determine the steps after a successful run of a method. Upon completing the course, you'll be able to attach different types of advices to aspects in an application.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
discover the key concepts covered in this coursecreate a project where aspects can be configured with an XML fileset aspects to run before and after certain methods in your application using before and after advicesdescribe the behavior of and recognize the use cases of the around advice in aspect-oriented programmingexecute aspects after a method has executed successfully or when it throws an exception
implement different types of advices in your aspect-oriented application using Java annotationsidentify the order in which advices will be applied to join point methodsidentify the use cases of aspect-oriented programming and implement a logging feature in your application using this programing paradigmsummarize the key concepts covered in this course
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