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Spring AOP Vs Spring IoC/DI

 
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Spring AOP and Spring DI functionalities looks similar. Both are adding boiler-plate code during runtime to the Spring Beans. What is the difference ?
 
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They're nothing alike; see AOP and compare to DI/IoC.
 
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Nothing similar to me. They are totally different concepts.
Spring AOP is for aspect management, Spring IoC is for dependency management.
 
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