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Spring 3 in Action: What about Spring AOP?

 
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Hello Craig!
It´s nice talking to you,
my question is: I always wanted to develop something using Spring AOP (I use AspectJ right now). Does the book talk about the advantages of using Spring AOP rather than Aspectj or other AOP containers? And does it give the basics of using Spring AOP? I mean, for someone who never used it before?

Thanks for your time!
 
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Tiago Farias wrote:Hello Craig!
It´s nice talking to you,
my question is: I always wanted to develop something using Spring AOP (I use AspectJ right now). Does the book talk about the advantages of using Spring AOP rather than Aspectj or other AOP containers? And does it give the basics of using Spring AOP? I mean, for someone who never used it before?



Yes, this book talks about AOP, here is the Chapter-4.

Yes, this book assumes reader is new to Spring, Craig mentioned this in another topic. He also said you can turn to any page and pick up at the point where your experience allows.
 
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