I've seen the term, and seems more popular in c#, but it apparently exists in Java as well.
Anyone have any examples or resources they could point me to?
Many thanks in advance.
What is a POCO Class?
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· May 15, 2015
· May 13, 2015
POCO is related with C# and it means Plain Old C# Object. Equivalent in Java is a POJO.
It's a class that doesn't implement any interface, extends and class or it's not annotated (case of POJO).
Basically, we call POJO or POCO a class that has properties (only) and it's being used to store data.
Java / Android Development
Very popular language used to create desktop applications, website applets, and Android apps.
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