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Tauri Valor
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Spring Application Framework supports Aspect Oriented Programming which may be a paradigm of future. For many, aspects are not very clearly understood concept. Does the book explains 'Aspects' in detail ? Since Spring extensively uses Aspects, does the book talk with any detailed example on Aspects ? If this explanation is not in the current release of the book, I would like to request the author to encorporate the explanation in future versions of the book.

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Christophe Verré
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Spring Application Framework is based on Aspect Oriented Programming which is a new paradigm for the programming world.

Not really. Spring is not based on AOP, it supports it. And AOP is not new

For many, aspects are not very clearly understood concept. Does the book explains 'Aspects' in detail ?

Chapter 11 is devoted to Aspects in Spring. Check the table of contents.

Its a known fact that Spring is nothing without Aspects

Again, no. Where does this "known fact" come from ?

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Ahmad Reza Seddighi
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Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) is a new methodology which complements Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and provides separation of concerns. There are many frameworks which provide AOP, including Spring and AspectJ. As the author of the book, I think the best chapters of the book are "Spring IoC" and "Spring AOP". I tried to explain these services with understandable examples. So, I recommend the book to all readers who are new to Spring, IoC, or AOP.

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