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Foundations of AOP for J2EE Development covers a relatively new programming paradigm: aspect-oriented programming, or AOP. Presented are the core concepts of AOP: AspectJ 5, JBoss AOP, Spring AOP, and JAC. Specific features of these tools are compared. The book also explores the potential uses of AOP in everyday programming life, such as design patterns implementation, program testing, and application management.
In the latter part of the book, the authors show how AOP can ease the task of J2EE application development (J2EE is known for being a rich and somewhat complicated framework).
|Ch. 1||Introduction AOP||1|
|Ch. 2||The concepts of AOP||7|
|Ch. 4||Java aspect components||61|
|Ch. 5||JBoss AOP||91|
|Ch. 6||Spring AOP||113|
|Ch. 7||AOP tools comparison||137|
|Ch. 8||Design patterns and AOP||149|
|Ch. 9||Quality of service and AOP||171|
|Ch. 10||Presentation of the sample application||205|
|Ch. 11||Using AOP within the sample application's business tier||227|
|Ch. 12||Using AOP in the sample application's presentation and client tiers||271|