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From its beginning, Spring’s most common means of configuration has been XML-based. But as developers grow weary of navigating through a seemingly endless maze of angle-brackets, some have started looking for other ways to wire the beans in their Spring-enabled applications. Spring has responded with several annotation-driven configuration options. In this reference card, you'll find a guide to all of the annotations supported in Spring 2.5.
Features include Core Spring Annotations, Spring MVC Annotations, AspectJ Annotations, JSR-250 Annotations, Testing Annotations, Hot Tips and more.
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