Aspect-Oriented Programming, AOP


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Aspect-Oriented Programming, AOP

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Explain the concepts and capabilities of Aspect-Oriented Programming, AOP.

Latest answer: AOP concepts: Aspect: A cross cutting modularization across multiple objects. Aspects are implemented by using regular classes...........
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What is Aspect in AOP?

Latest answer: Aspect is a program segment that cross-cuts the core concerns of the application. For instance, after logging, different functional concerns of different modules are to be performed............
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AOP approach addresses Crosscutting concerns. Explain

Latest answer: Security: The security implementation, specifically authorization, the use of a popular and flexible security framework can be used in enterprise applications, namely, Acegi. Acegi security simplifies implementing the authorization in applictions in a flexible manner.............
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The components of AOP are advices/interceptors, introductions, metadata, and pointcuts. Explain them

Latest answer: Advice / Interceptor: An object that intercept the invocation of a method before its execution. Interceptor embodies the behavior to add or remove or replace the functionality of infrastructure. Perfect pluggability without changes need for business logic is provided by Interceptor..............
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Latest answer: AOP : Addresses cross cutting concerns, Code creation is clear. Reusability of code is at a great extent. Properly separates business logic into reusable code.................
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Similarities between AOP and OOPs.

Latest answer: Both extends and alter the behaviour of code.
Adding new behaviours or replacing completely the original behaviour...............
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Advantages of AOP and problem solved by AOP.

Latest answer: The following are the advantages of AOP: Code layering, Cross-cutting concerns, Code adjusting...............
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An object is an entity that keeps together state and behaviors. For instance, a car encapsulates state such as red color, 900 cc etc and behaviors as 'Start', 'Stop' etc., so does an object...............

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