This hands-on book shows readers why and how common Java development problems can be solved by using new Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) techniques. With a wide variety of code recipes for solving day-to-day design and coding problems using AOP's unique approach, AspectJ Cookbook demonstrates that AOP is more than just a concept; it's a development process that will benefit users in an immediate and visible manner.
This book focuses on getting things done with AspectJ. Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD) is a new branding for some old ideas incorporating an object-oriented twist. This rather complex definition really sums up what is a neat approach to solving some traditional object orientation's problems.
While this book does not get into too much detail on the theory behind aspect orientation, a brief overview is provided to give you a useful foundation to support the code recipes that form the rest of the book. The code recipes will walk you through how to get your system set up for aspect oriented development, building your first small programs, and eventually applying aspect orientation to complex real-world problems.
This book aims to be one of those useful books that sit on your desk and regularly get called upon to "just show me how to do that." You should be able to jump directly to the recipes you need as and when you need them in keeping with the "no fluff, just stuff" approach that is synonymous with the O'Reilly Cookbook series. With this in mind, the topics covered in this book include:
A brief overview of aspect orientation and AspectJ
Setting up, getting to grips with, and running AspectJ programs in a range of build and target environments
A practical examination of each of the AspectJ extensions to the Java© language
Applying AspectJ to real-world software development problems that benefit from an aspect-oriented approach
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