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Spring Framework 4.1 Release Supports JCache (JSR-107) Annotations by Abhishek Sharma Posted on Oct 06, 2014 Xtend 2.4.3 Extends Active Annotations to the File System by Ralph Winzinger Posted on Sep 12, 2013 Dagger: A Dependency Injection Framework For Android by Kostis Kapelonis Posted on Oct 02, 2012 1
Annotation-Driven Dependency Injection with Google Guice 3.0 by Michael Floyd Posted on Apr 20, 2011 7 Roundup of String to Java Object Conversion Libraries by Tim Cull Posted on Sep 07, 2010 2 MuleSoft Releases Tomcat-based Tcat Server and iBeans Integration Framework by Ryan Slobojan Posted on Oct 08, 2009 1
Dependency Injection for Java by Craig Wickesser Posted on May 21, 2009 1 Aspects: An Easy Tool for Annotation Handling? by Srini Penchikala Posted on Sep 08, 2008 3 Article: Spring 2.5: New Features in Spring MVC by Geoffrey Wiseman Posted on Aug 13, 2008 15
John Heintz on Adding Behavior to Java Annotations by Srini Penchikala Posted on Aug 11, 2008 1 JSR-305: Annotations for Software Defect Detection by Charles Humble Posted on Jun 25, 2008 1 Presentation: Configuring the Spring Container by Ryan Slobojan Posted on Jun 01, 2008 1
Can DDD be Adequately Implemented Without DI and AOP? by Srini Penchikala Posted on Feb 18, 2008 4 Configuring Hibernate with Annotations by Scott Delap Posted on Feb 10, 2007 Annotation Transformers in TestNG: The Sweet Spot for Annotations? by Rob Thornton Posted on Oct 31, 2006 4
FindBugs Creator Proposes JSR-305 Annotations for Software Defect Detection by Scott Delap Posted on Sep 01, 2006 InfoQ Article: The Annotation Hammer by Floyd Marinescu Posted on Jul 25, 2006 16 Resource Injection in the Java EE platform Overview by Floyd Marinescu Posted on Jun 12, 2006 2
Article: Brasilian National Healthcare System by Diana Plesa Posted on May 09, 2006 11

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