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Dependency Injection with Annotation



Today we are going to understand how to put Spring into an execution using the Annotations without configuring the beans in configuration file(.xml). For this, we will use the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment(IDE) application.

As you know that Spring Framework allows us to develop scalable and maintainable enterprise applications while keeping the code simple and loosely coupled. So, in the next section, we are going to create a few loosely coupled Java classes also known as beans. We will not configure these beans in a configuration xml file, instead the beans will be created, loaded and instantiated using some specific Spring Annotations.





The two simple Spring Annotations







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