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Mastering AspectJ: Aspect-Oriented Programming in Java

ISBN: 978-0-471-43104-6
456 pages
March 2003
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  • Gives experienced Java developers the tools to exploit aspect-oriented programming techniques using AspectJ, an open source Java extension
  • Delivers a code-intensive, real-world tutorial on building applications with AspectJ
  • Covers the AspectJ compiler and browser as well as the IDE plug-ins and other tools that can be used with AspectJ
  • Masterfully ties together all material in the book so that readers will be able to build a complete, working application
  • Companion Web site includes all sample code, the complete application, and links to other relevant sites
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Introduction.

PART I. INTRODUCTION TO ASPECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING.

Chapter 1.. Introduction to AOP.

Chapter 2. Implementing of AOP.

PART II. INTRODUCTION TO ASPECTJ.

Chapter 3. Obtaining and Installing AspectJ.

Chapter 4. AspectJ Hello Wolrd.

Chapter 5. AspectJ Joinpoints.

Chapter 6. AspectJ Pointcuts.

Chapter 7. AspectJ Advice.

Chapter 8. Static Crosscutting and Introduction.

Chapter 9. AspectJ Aspects.

PART III. USING ASPECTJ.

Chapter 10. Development Uses of AspectJ.

Chapter 11. AspectJ Examples.

Chapter 12. Using Aspect J Tools.

Chapter 13. Error Handling.

Chapter 14. Common Problems.

Chapter 15. Limitations.

Chapter 16. Putting It All Together: A Complete AspectJ Application.

PART IV. APPENDIXES.

Appendix A. AspectJ API.

Appendix B. Useful Sites.
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JOSEPH D. GRADECKI is a senior software engineer working on enterprise-level securities processing systems. He has been using AspectJ since the beginning and has built numerous dynamic, enterprise applications using Java, MySQL, servlets, JSPs, Resin, XML, and more.
NICHOLAS LESIECKI serves as principal software engineer for eBlox, Inc., where he leads the development of their enterprise e-commerce platform. He has written numerous articles on AspectJ for IBM’s developerWorks and is the coauthor of Java Tools for Extreme Programming.
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Companion Site
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