What is Spring Application Context ?

The ApplicationContext is the central interface within a Spring application for providing configuration information to the application. It is read-only at run time, but can be reloaded if necessary and supported by the application. A number of classes implement the ApplicationContext interface, allowing for a variety of configuration options and types of applications.

The ApplicationContext provides:

  1. Bean factory methods for accessing application components.
  2. The ability to load file resources in a generic fashion.
  3. The ability to publish events to registered listeners.
  4. The ability to resolve messages to support internationalization.
  5. Inheritance from a parent context.





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