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Getting Started with Spring Framework: Important components to be used for a project

Nakataa Kokuyo
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Good day Author,

I'm new to Spring and Spring seem broad enough, could you please share with us what are the important components worth to invest more time and focus for productivity perspective stand point?

Thanks
Ashish Sarin
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Hi Nakataa,

At the heart of understanding Spring Framework are the concepts of beans, DI, Spring IoC container and AOP. So, you should focus on DI, bean lifecycle, how Spring IoC container modifies bean definitions and bean instances, and Spring AOP framework.

regards
ashish


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