Posts Tagged: dependency injection

Dependency overload … or laziness?

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This is something that started bugging me back in the maven area — when I switched from the likes of Ant as a build tool, which was relying on the user being explicit about a lot of things and doing a lot of the grunt work for it, to the maven world. Now maven was […]

Beware of Governator’s @Configuration annotation

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If you read some of my posts dealing with dependency injection in Java you have probably figured it out (and I even stated it in clear) that I use Netflix Governator’s a lot. Especially as I revealed in one of my previous posts because Google Guice doesn’t support out of the box the likes of […]

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Java Dependency Injection and a Useless Annotation

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I’ve stepped into the Guice territory rather recently — coming from the Spring framework side of things — and I guess I had so far a similar love/hate experience as with Spring.¬†I rely mostly on the javax.annotation standards anyway so to a certain degree whether it’s Spring or Guice I guess doesn’t make that much […]

JaCoCo / Gradle — Excluding Source Files and Classes

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I have switched recently from Cobertura to JaCoCo so I started becoming more familiar with this tool. (And since you asked, one of the main reasons for the switch is that Cobertura is absolutely terrible when it comes to Java lambdas and pollutes the output with a lot of warning and messages about malformed Java […]

Do We Still Need the Singleton Pattern?

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If you have been working in software engineering for a while chances are you have often come across (even if you didn’t know it!) design patterns. If you haven’t, as I said, chances are you just don’t realise you have used them — so I strongly suggest the “Gang of Four” book as a starting […]