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                            WebWork 2 : Inversion of Control
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				    <p class="paragraph">Inversion of control is a way to handle dependencies of objects. In WebWork, objects that are have their dependencies managed are called &quot;components&quot;. For an overview of of Inversion of Control (also referred to now as Dependency Injection), please read Martin Fowler&#039;s article on IoC at <a href="" title="Visit page outside Confluence">&#104;ttp://</a> Besides WebWork&#039;s IoC container, there are numerous other containers available for you to use, including <a href="Spring.html" title="Spring">Spring</a> and <a href="Pico.html" title="Pico">Pico</a>.</p><ul class="star">
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