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Introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming (24 tags)
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) offers the ability to overlay new functionality atop existing code not by rewriting and recompiling, but by adding "aspects" to the compiled code. Graham O'Regan has an introduction.

Aspect-Oriented Programming and JBoss (14 tags)
Is aspect-oriented programming (AOP) the OOP of the oughts? It promises to apply common behavior across different object models. Bill Burke and Adrian Brock explore AOP by example in a JBoss application.

Performance Analysis of J2EE Applications Using AOP Techniques (14 tags)
It's tricky to profile a J2EE application to find performance bottlenecks; it's even trickier to do this with a production system, without introducing instability or new slowdowns. Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) offers a means of injecting new code, such as performance metrics, into existing code, without re-compiling. Ramchandar Krishnamurthy shows how this can be done.

An Introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming with the Spring Framework, Part 1 (11 tags)
The Spring framework, which supports development of the different facets of J2EE, provides an aspect-oriented programming module that gives Spring developers the opportunity to apply aspects to their applications. This article shows you how to work with AOP in Spring.

An Introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming with the Spring Framework, Part 2 (9 tags)
Russ Miles continues his introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) in Spring by delving into the around advice, which allows you to not just add to an existing method implementation, but to completely replace it.