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DI and AOP

Anselm Paulinus
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Does this book have any mention of Aspect Oriented Programming? How does Dependency Injection enhance Aspect Oriented Programming?
Alaa Nassef
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I see in the table of contents that there is a mention of AOP and method interception in chapter 8

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Hong Anderson
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DI is for dependency management, AOP is for aspect management. They are totally different topics.

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