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Posted by Ruud Steeghs at 21:12 on Thursday 5 January    Add 'Using Dependency Injection in Java EE 5.0' site to delicious  Add 'Using Dependency Injection in Java EE 5.0' site to technorati  Add 'Using Dependency Injection in Java EE 5.0' site to digg  Add 'Using Dependency Injection in Java EE 5.0' site to dzone

Dependency injection, or inversion of control (IOC), is today’s latest development craze. IOC containers such as Spring have become popular because they simplify the complexities of enterprise Java that come mostly from Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI). In this article, I’ll discuss how you can use dependency injection in the upcoming Java EE 5.0 specification for resources and services. I migrated the J2EE 1.4 Blueprint application Java Adventure Builder to use EJB 3.0, web services metadata, and dependency injection; I’ll use this application to illustrate concepts in this article.


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