Aspect-Oriented Annotations
Subject:   "Aspect-Oriented Annotations"
Date:   2004-08-27 09:14:31
From:   Trackback from anonymous2 Aspect-Oriented Annotations Annotations are one of the new language features in J2SE 5.0, and allow you to attach metadata onto any Java construct. Meanwhile, Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) is a fairly new technology that makes it easier for you to encapsulate behavior that is usually messier, harder, or impossible to do with regular object-oriented (OO) techniques. Together, they make a new powerful combination that gives framework developers a more expressive way of providing their APIs. Looks pretty cool. I really...