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Regarding guice frame work

 
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Hi
I heard that guice is DI Frame work from Google. like Spring, is this framework using for large enterprise applications.is that famous like spring, can we use it for big enterprise projects

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This sounds similar to a question you asked here as far as the comparison to Spring goes:
https://coderanch.com/t/587560/Spring/difference-between-spring-Guice#2675512

Guice is used heavily inside Google on many projects such as AdWords, Blogger and Gmail. There are also other big users of Guice such as LimeWire. So I would say its safe to say it can be used on big Enterprise projects.

 
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