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    akiravelmont is offline Member
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    Default what is the difference between loosly coupling and tightly coupling?

    Hello,

    I am learning struts now. I studied struts is tightly coupled framework and springs is loosely coupled framework. I googled but i didn't find right solution for that. Please tell me the difference with an example.

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    Default Re: what is the difference between loosly coupling and tightly coupling?

    An example of tightly coupled framework could be changes to the code whereas loosely coupled requires changes to the configuration files. A good example Spring loosely coupled example

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    Default Re: what is the difference between loosly coupling and tightly coupling?

    i got it.

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    Default Re: what is the difference between loosly coupling and tightly coupling?

    very thanks

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