What are JavaBeans?

They are simply Java classes that follow certain design conventions, and can be easily reused and composed together into an application.

The design conventions which make a Java class a JavaBean are:-
1. JavaBeans have internal properties. These properties must be accessed and set via standard getXXX() and setXXX() methods only.
2. JavaBeans must have a zero-argument(empty) contructor

It is worth while to go through this document to understand the elementary aspects of a JavaBean.


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  1. shailendra says:

    Hey…thanks, gr8 work..to the point…

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