Ulf Dittmer wrote:
Last year the JavaRanch Journal published an article by Dhanji entitled Dependency Injection - What is Scope? which is an excerpt from the book.
Dhanji Prasanna wrote:
My book is mostly a software engineering, design patterns and best practices book. DI is the prism through which I present all of these concepts, as it helps in designing and understanding application architecture in general. These days you don't start coding a largish application without some form of DI or modularity, and my book investigates the recent learnings behind this using Spring and Guice as palettes.
あにるばん ばったちゃじ wrote:Hello Dhanji,
I am based in Japan. And here SEASAR is pretty popular as a DI framework. And as you know DI is convenient so everyone is going for it. There are numerous frameworks and technologies in which DI is an integral part. For example Spring, EJB....In your book is there any analysis of the contemporary frameworks which are eanbling application developers to use DI through it.