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Hi All,
Could anybody explain what is middleware in the below mentioned statement :
One of the key components of Spring is the AOP framework. While the Spring IoC container does not depend on AOP, meaning you don't need to use AOP if you don't want to, AOP complements Spring IoC to provide a very capable middleware solution. ...


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According to this statement it says that Spring AOP provides an extra service to existing Spring IoC .
So Spring AOP acts as a middleware for Spring IoC.
 
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