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POJO-based programming model


Cover of Spring in Action, Third Edition


POJO stands for Plain Old Java Object, and would be used to describe the same things as a "Normal Class" whereas a JavaBean follows a set of rules. Most commonly Beans use getters and setters to protect their member variables, which are typically set to private and have a no-argument constructor.