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If you want to learn how to combine common open-source Java utilities to create powerful Java applications and tools, the is for you. Apache Commons Lang Apache Commons Math Application Infrastructure: Commons Lang, Commons Logging, Commons CLI Google Guava: Collections Google Guava: I/O Recipes Google Protocol Buffers HTTP and WebDAV: Commons HttpClient and Jakarta Slide I/O and Networking: Commons IO, Commons Net, ORO Manipulating Text: Commons Lang, Commons Codec Preface Searching and Filtering: Commons JXPath, Lucene Templating: Velocity, Freemarker, Commons JEXL Working with Beans: Commons BeanUtils Working with JSON: JSON-lib.
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