Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Dec 2008 17:37 UTC
Java Guice is Google's open source dependency injection framework for Java development. It enables better testing and modularity by taking away the pain of writing your own factories. This article offers a tour of the most important Guice concepts that will leave you ready to Guice up your applications.
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by shadow_x99 on Fri 12th Dec 2008 02:11 UTC
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Although I salute most of Google's project(s) as great initiatives... I must say that another IoC framework seems a bit redundant considering that Spring is already mature and fully integrated in thousands of applications around the world.

What's next? A .NET replacement named .google?

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RE: Spring...
by ahmetaa on Fri 12th Dec 2008 09:24 in reply to "Spring..."
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Guice is not new. it has been almost two years it is out. Spring made a lot of catching up after Guice was released. it has advantages (speed, configuration, compile time safety etc.) over Spring. Spring is bloated. But if you are looking for a tiny IOC library, butterfly ( ) is a good choice too.

Edited 2008-12-12 09:27 UTC

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