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Dependency Injection in Java EE 6 - Part 1 This series of articles introduces Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI), a key part of the soon to be finalized Java EE 6 platform. Standardized via JSR 299, CDI is the de-facto API for comprehensive next-generation type-safe dependency injection for Java EE. Led by Gavin King, JSR 299 aims to synthesize the best-of-breed dependency injection features from solutions like Seam, Guice and Spring while adding many useful innovations of its own. In this first article of the series, we are going to take a high-level look at CDI, see how it fits with Java EE overall and discuss basic dependency management as well as scoping. In the course of this series, we will cover features like component naming, stereotypes, producers, disposers, decorators, interceptors, events, the CDI API for portable extensions and many more. Dependency Injection in Java EE 6 - Part 1

Insights and inspiration for the user experience community

By Paul Bryan Published: December 23, 2013 “Recently, … it seems that user experience is increasingly playing a role in formulating designs that diametrically oppose users’ wants and needs for the sake of generating greater profits.” Insights and inspiration for the user experience community